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In The Gambia, women often farm on degraded, unproductive land. The more fertile land is usually reserved for men. But things are changing. A government project is using simple technologies to reclaim degraded, swampy and unproductive land. 34000 hectares of land have already been reclaimed. Now, women like Awa Jagne - who used to battle to feed her children - can produce enough rice to support her family throughout the year.
Mehr unter: http://www.dw.com/de/gambias-langj%C3%A4hrige-opposition-gewinnt-parlamentswahlen/a-38344410 Gambia schöpft mit seiner neuen Regierung Hoffnung auf eine bessere Zukunft - vor allem für die Jugend. Allerdings haben viele jüngere Menschen das Land bereits verlassen. DW hat sich in dem Dorf Bambally umgesehen.
The Gambian leader has said that the country put under cultivation thousands of acreages of land around the country for rice production. The remark was contained in his statement at the just concluded US-AFRICA LEADERS SUMMIT, IN WASHINGTON. According to him, his Government has recently launched Vision 2016 initiative for food self sufficiency, especially in rice production. This means in less than 24 months, the country will ban importation of rice and depends on the rice produced by its own people. Aja Dahaba reports
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United Nations, New York - In the Gambia, women often farm on degraded, unproductive land. The more fertile land is usually reserved for men. But things are changing. A government project supported by the International Fund for Agricultural Development, IFAD, is using simple technologies to reclaim swamplands. Now, women like Awa Jagne who once struggled to feed her children, reaps enough rice to support her family throughout the year.
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Mavado just copped land in Africa for free! On Saturday, May 13, the International Dancehall artist was given several acres of land in Gambia. The tradition is seen as a gesture of honor gratitude love and respect in the West African country. The gift was made by Global Properties Gambia Limited, “We saw it fit to say Thank You! and We Love You! to Mr. David Brooks [Mavado],” the company said in a press release. “Over the past 10 years in his musical career Mavado has changed the dancehall sound and inspired many in dancehall and around the world including Gambia to strive for better.” Sources say that Mavado received close to fifty acres, the “Fresh Cash” deejay shared the news on social media shortly after signing documents. “Gambians welcome me with love and respect, over the years ...