Chinese Agricultural Specialists to Be Stationed in the DRC for Two Years

The United Nation’s Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO), China and the Democratic Republic of the Congo have signed a two-year agreement worth almost $1.5 million aimed at increasing food and nutrition security in the conflict-ravaged African nation. The deal establishes a new South-South Cooperation (SSC) partnership which will make Chinese technical advice and expertise available

China, via the FAO, has Sent 235 Agricultural Experts to Mongolia, Nigeria, Uganda, and 6 Other Countries Over the Past Few Years

Sub-Saharan African countries have forged strong ties with China in order to acquire technologies and expertise that are crucial to accelerate an agrarian revolution, an African expert has said. Emmanuel Tambi, director of policy and advocacy with the Forum for Agriculture Research in Africa, noted that Sino-Africa cooperation in agriculture has unleashed mutual benefits. “There

China Looks to Cultivate Cassava around Pointe-Noire, Republic of the Congo

China Geo-Engineering Corporation International Ltd, CGCINT with headquarters in Beijing, China is seeking some 30,000 hectares of land in the Congolese economic and industrial metropolis, Pointe-Noire to invest in cassava cultivation, Africa Time reported. The company plans to set up a cassava starch plant in China with cassava products got from Congo, Jiang Fei, the