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IBRAF and IFAD strengthen relationships for new partnerships

Representatives of the United Nations International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD) visited on Thursday (17) the headquarters of the Brazil Africa Institute (IBRAF), in Fortaleza. The team - formed by the regional director of the Latin America and Caribbean division, Rossana Polastri, the Director for Brazil, Claus Reiner and the program officer in Brazil, Hardi Vieira - was welcomed by IBRAF President Prof. João Bosco Monte.

UNOSSC’s Jorge Chediek confirms attendance at Brazil Africa Forum 2019

The director of the United Nations Office for South-South Cooperation (UNOSSC), Jorge Chediek, confirmed his participation in the Brazil Africa Forum 2019. In the event he will speak during the “Feeding the World: A Call to Action” session, which aims to discuss how to combat food insecurity and reduce poverty.

Brazil Africa Forum 2019 will discuss the future of agriculture

By 2050, more than 50% increase in the food currently produced will be needed to feed an estimated world population of...

Brazil Africa Forum will discuss food security and economic growth

Food security is one of the main challenges to be overcome in the world today. The term refers to ensuring universal...

Brazil-Germany cooperation strengthens projects in Africa 

The number of countries interested in Brazilian expertise in technical cooperative projects has been increasing in the past years. It takes place...

Arab Chamber to join Brazil-Africa Forum

The 7th Brazil-Africa Forum will be themed Food Security: Path to Economic Growth. Organized by the Brazil Africa Institute (Ibraf) , the...

Vice President of Ghana expresses interest in extending commercial ties with Brazil

The President of the Brazil Africa Institute (IBRAF), João Bosco Monte, met in Accra with the Vice President of Ghana, Mahamudu...

“The private sector plays a crucial role for development,” says IBRAF president

“Government policies for development are of great importance, but the private sector also plays a crucial role in south-south and triangular cooperation issues.” This was one of the arguments of the president of the Brazil Africa Institute (IBRAF), João Bosco Monte, during the African Green Revolution Forum (AGRF), which took place in Ghana.

M. Dias Branco Group’s VP aims new markets

The leader in Brazil's pasta and cookies market, the M. Dias Branco group sees Africa as a promising market. “We started exporting...