HAPI Talks with Asar Imhotep & Dr. Mukenge about how African Philosophy equals Economic Prosperi
Omubo Duabo
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HAPI Talks with Asar Imhotep & Dr. Mukenge about how African Philosophy can drive Economic Prosperity for all Africans.

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Ambakisye-Okang Dukuzumurenyi
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Emmanuel, a businessman and a ginger farmer with 8 years plus experience in cultivating the spice has this To share with us. Don’t forget to subscribe and like the video 🙏🏿.
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Ambakisye-Okang Dukuzumurenyi
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Turmeric is a flowering plant, Curcuma longa of the ginger family, Zingiberaceae, the roots of which are used in cooking. It contains a yellow-colored chemical called curcumin, which is often used to color foods and cosmetics. Turmeric is commonly used for conditions involving pain and inflammation, such as osteoarthritis. It is also used for hay fever, depression, high cholesterol, a type of liver disease, and itching.

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AGIC Sustainable Housing Project for the People of Sierra Leone
Ambakisye-Okang Dukuzumurenyi
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We Are Rich | The Great Harvest | The Riches Of Our Land | Namibia - 29 Aug 2021
Ambakisye-Okang Dukuzumurenyi
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In my household, we pride ourselves in the work of our hands. We believe that for as long as the rain falls and our health does not fail us, we will work and we will not go a day hungry because our fields will provide.

From a young age, we are introduced to the daily chores at home and are taught how to work the fields, when to plant and sow, when to plough and repeat. I am forever grateful for my upbringing and I will always be grateful to my mom for instilling our ways in us, from a young age and for being able to house and take care of all 27 of us. #thegreatharvest #villagelife #namibia

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A how to guide on making a water pan by the Smart Water for Agriculture Programme- SWA
Ambakisye-Okang Dukuzumurenyi
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Many farmers grapple with water shortage during dry weather periods, despite lots of runoff water when it rains, leaving the farmers with no source of water for their livestock and crops. The Smart Water for Agriculture project under the Netherlands development organization, in an effort to show case water storage, here is a how to guide on making a water pan.

Ethiopia, Kenya, South Sudan Fast Track $25 Billion LAPSSET Corridor project
Ambakisye-Okang Dukuzumurenyi
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Ethiopia, Kenya, South Sudan Fast Track $25 Billion LAPSSET Project - Investment in africa by country is at all time high. Ethiopia, Kenya, and South Sudan have recently reaffirmed their adherence to moving forward with the LAPSSET Corridor Program, a massive $25 billion infrastructure project in East Africa. The Lamu Port-South Sudan-Ethiopia-Transport (LAPSSET) Corridor Program, which begins in Lamu, Kenya, remains the region’s largest and most ambitious infrastructure project, uniting the three countries together with essential infrastructural projects such as ports, highways, railways, an oil pipeline, and airports.
The $25 billion infrastructure LAPSSET Corridor project, which will link Kenya with Ethiopia, Uganda and South Sudan, has its headquarters in Magogoni in Kenya’s historic coastal town of Lamu. The far-reaching project involves a railway, a highway, a crude oil pipeline and a fibre-optic cable connecting the four countries. The project will also include several airports, resort cities, an oil refinery, a 32-berth port in Lamu and other supporting infrastructure mini projects.
Once completed, the LAPSSET railway will connect to West Africa’s Douala–Lagos–Cotonou–Abidjan Corridor, running through Cameroon, Nigeria, Benin, Togo, Ghana and Côte d’Ivoire respectively. Experts view the LAPSSET project as a major contribution to the African Union’s regional integration vision of a peaceful, prosperous and fully integrated continent by 2063.

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Community Fodder Production in Mandera - Kenya
Ambakisye-Okang Dukuzumurenyi
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This video highlights how a pastoralist community in Mandera, Kenya applied knowledge gained in a pastoral field school to improve their livelihood through fodder production.

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BizTech: This 24-year-old painter has employed over 30 Ghanaian youth | 20 Aug 2021
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⁣BizTech: This 24-year-old painter has employed over 30 Ghanaian youth | 20 Aug 2021

Africa responds to the UNFSS – #FoodSystemsForPeople | 27 July 2021
Ambakisye-Okang Dukuzumurenyi
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Let’s reclaim our food sovereignty and transform the industrial food system! African organisations, including the African Centre for Biodiversity, participating in the Autonomous people's response to the UN Food Systems Summit (UNFSS), coordinated this event, as part of the three days of global mobilisation, which took place during the UNFSS pre-summit, from 25 to 28 July 2021.

We Africans reject the UNFSS, as a continuation of the neocolonial development and agrarian extractivist agenda on our continent. The UNFSS paints African food systems as deficient, and in need of more Western saviour technology, productivity and competitive enhancement. Yet this will only serve to further weaken systems already eroded by decades of state neglect and economic subordination.

Strengthening African food systems, and food producers needs to be grounded in human rights, biodiversity and broader socio-ecological wellbeing. This event brings together small-scale food producers, agricultural workers and vulnerable consumers, to launch the African common position and collectively voice our priorities and solutions for the continent’s food systems and ecologies. Together, we can begin to outline a people’s pan-African vision for food system transformation, from the ground up.

Moderators: Mariam Mayet, African Centre for Biodiversity (ACB) and
Mateus Santos, La Via Campesina (LVC)

Presentation of the common position:
Introduction to the vision: Mateus Santos
The vision we defend: Mariam Mayet
What we denounce: Elizabeth Mpofu, Zimbabwe Small Holder Organic Farmers' Forum (ZIMSOFF)/ LVC
What we call for (FR): Dieudonné Pakodtogo, Réseau des Organisations Paysannes et de Producteurs de l'Afrique de l'Ouest (ROPPA)

Voices from the Ground:
Youth and women: Nzira Deus, World March of Women
Fisherfolk: Christiana Saiti Louwa, World Forum of Fisher Peoples
Small-scale family farmers / Peasants: David Otieno, Kenyan Peasant League
Urban food insecure: Samuel Ikua, Habitat International Coalition (HIC)
Indigenous people: Ali Aii Shatu, Indigenous Peoples of Africa Co-ordinating Committee
Agricultural workers (FR): Mohamed Hakech, Fédération Nationale Du Secteur Agricole (FNSA/MAROC)

Closing performance: “Tell the children”, a poem by South African Poet Khadija Tracey Heeger

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