11 August 2022

Afruibana, in favor of a decent wage shared in consultation with all stakeholders

20 July 2022

Afruibana advocates for a living wage shared by all actors in the value chain

10 March 2022

Declaration of African banana producers on the consequences of the Russian-Ukrainian conflict on the European market

The African Banana and Other Fruit Growers Association (AFRUIBANA) wishes to express its great concern about the current situation in Ukraine and the repercussions that it […]
8 February 2022

Afruibana joins global coalition to defend fresh fruit and vegetables against inflation

The Pan-African Fruit Growers and Exporters Association, Afruibana, and the ColeACP have joined their counterparts to form a global coalition to address the rising costs of […]
18 September 2021

Global cost increases: building a fair and sustainable banana value chain together (Afruibana)

As we enter the period of contractualization of our commitments for the following year with mass distribution, we, African producers, wish to draw the attention of […]
29 January 2021

AFRICA: Afruibana promotes sustainable agriculture and joins IAM Africa

29 January 2021

AFRICA: Afruibana promotes sustainable agriculture and joins IAM Africa

Afruibana, a pan-African association of fruit producers and exporters, announces its membership in the International Agroecological Movement of Africa (IAM Africa). Through this agroecological and multilateral […]
5 November 2020

“The agricultural sector must be positioned at the forefront of the cooperation policy between the African continent and the European Union”.

3 questions to Matthieu Brun, Head of studies at Club Demeter, doctor in political science, associate researcher at the laboratory “Les Afriques dans le Monde” and […]
30 August 2020

By reducing post-harvest agricultural losses, Africa has the means to improve food security on the continent.

On 29 July, FAO launched a platform against food loss and waste. In addition to providing access to the institution’s resources on losses and waste, the […]
30 June 2020

« The agro-ecological transition, as a political project, can really be an opportunity to build the world after Covid. »

3 questions to , Raphael Belmin, researcher at the Centre de coopération internationale en recherche agronomique pour le développement (CIRAD) hosted in Dakar at the Institut […]
5 June 2020

“For bananas sold on the spot market, the situation is difficult.”

3 questions to… Anthony Blay, President of the Banana Producer Association and vice-president of Afruibana How is the situation managed in Ghana? The pandemic showed up […]
24 March 2020

E-tumba, an innovative start-up that uses digital technology to reinvent agricultural support for African farmers.

 3 questions to… Dieu Donné OKALAS OSSAMI, E-Tumba CEO. What led you to develop this project? What objective have you set yourself through E-Tumba? Today, in […]
23 March 2020

Afruibana reassured and reassured by the maintenance of the free movement of fruit with the EU

While nearly 90% of African banana production is destined for the European market, the European Commission’s Directorate General for Agriculture and Rural Development (DG AGRI) has […]
14 February 2020

Making the agriculture sector attractive to young Africans

Today, agriculture occupies an important place in most African economies: the sector accounts on average for 32% of the GDP of the states in the zone […]
1 January 2020

Afruibana wishes you a happy new year

Afruibana wishes you a happy new year. May it be for you, at any level, an opportunity for development and fulfillment. 2020 will be a decisive […]
12 July 2019

Index-based insurance, a new risk management tool for African farmers

Agriculture is one of the sectors most directly threatened by climate change. The sector is a real growth driver for African economies, employing 60% of the […]
5 June 2019

Post-Cotonou agreement and African agricultural sector

3 questions to… Alfonso Medinilla, European Centre for Development Policy Management (ECDPM) What are the main issues of the ACP-EU partnership with the Post-Cotonou agreement? To […]
20 April 2019

Agri-startups: another facet of the African entrepreneurial revolution

The agricultural potential of the African continent represents an opportunity for new actors to revolutionize the agricultural sector and create new uses. Startups in the agricultural […]
3 April 2019

Developing an agritech ecosystem around bananas: the case of Twiga Food

To unlock Africa’s agricultural potential and its domestic food market, technological innovation will undoubtedly be one of the main levers to be used. It is commonly […]
24 July 2018

Why urban agriculture is an opportunity for African cities

Today, more than half of the world’s population is concentrated in urban centers. In Africa, this phenomenon of urbanization is even more perceptible with the demographic […]
15 July 2018

Agriculture, an opportunity of the African Youth

The future of youth is at the heart of the debates of all African countries. Today, 65% of the population of sub-Saharan Africa is between 15 […]
15 June 2018

Women’s integration into the agriculture sector

Contrary to popular belief, African women are an integral part of the African agricultural sector. The numbers speak for themselves: women make up as much as […]
20 May 2018

Keep an eye on climate-smart agriculture

According to FAO, “Climate Smart Agriculture is an approach that identifies the steps needed to transform and reorient agricultural systems in order to effectively support agricultural […]
10 May 2018

Which impact in Africa for the European milk crisis?

For several years, Europe has been facing regular milk crises, a situation accentuated by the abolition of milk quotas. As early as November 2015, the German […]
12 February 2018

Agriculture at the heart of the agenda of Pan-African Institutions

At the launch in Abidjan of the 2018 report of the African Economic Outlook, the president of the African Development Bank, Akinwuni Adesina, declared that “agriculture […]
1 January 2018

A word from the Chairman

At a time when the world is going through a phase of political and economic instability of rare intensity, Africa and Europe are partners who count […]
11 March 2017

3 questions to… Simone Fugar, Communication Manager at Esoko Ghana.

Agricultural productivity in Africa still remains far from developed world standards whereas its potentiel is tremendous. How can use and optimisation of data can reverse this […]