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Tanzanian Businesswomen visit africrops! in Berlin

“Female Entrepreneurs Meet German Private Sector” – this was the motto of a visit to africrops! by a group of 10 Tanzanian businesswomen who run successful small and medium-sized enterprises in the agricultural sector. The visit took place as part of a business trip to Germany organised by the Tanzanian Country Office of the German […]

Vocational Training in Organic farming for marginalised Namibian youths

Our Managing Director Dr. Heinrich Heinrichs travelled to Namibia for the second time this year to accompany the setting-up of a vocational training center in collaboration with the Namibian Training Authority (NTA) and the Komeho Development Agency. The training center is located in the Omaheke region in the East of the country and is accompanied […]

africrops! cooperates with Kolping for a new moringa project in Tanzania

Thanks to our expertise in the field of moringa cultivation, africrops! was approached by Kolping Germany with a request to conduct a feasibility study on moringa cultivation in Tanzania. In recent years, the Kolping Vocational Training Institute in Hettstedt (Germany) has developed a caffeinated soft drink with moringa and baobab among the ingredients. In order […]

Joint stand at the Saba Saba Trade Fair in Tanzania

africrops! was represented at this year’s Saba Saba trade fair together with the certification authority Kiwa BCS at the German joint stand. The stand was supported by the Federal Ministry of Economics. With almost 2,500 exhibitors and around 500,000 visitors, Saba Saba is Tanzania’s largest international trade fair. It took place for the 42nd time […]

africrops! at the World Food Convention 2018

This year’s World Food Convention was organized by the Tagesspiegel publishing house and focused on the key question: “How can we feed the world without destroying it?”. Federal Minister of Food and Agriculture Julia Klöckner and Federal Minister for Economic Cooperation and Development Gerd Müller were among the speakers of a high-level programme. Special attention […]

Baobab is THE new superfood

Although the baobab fruit has been used in its countries of origins since ancient times, it is only recently that health-conscious consumers in Europe have become aware of it. Containing a range of nutrients, packing large amounts of vitamin C, magnesium, iron and antioxidants along with other health benefits, the fruit has been touted as […]

The africrops! approach was met with great enthusiasm at the 2nd German-African Diaspora Conference

Our managing director Dr. Andreas Wesselmann recently travelled to Dortmund to present the business model of africrops! at the 2nd German-African Diaspora Conference. The conference was organised by the Association of Cameroonian Engineers and Computer Scientists (VKII) and gave experts from various institutions the opportunity to discuss the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals, their implementation […]

Former Ghanaian Minister visits africrops!

How can economic relations between West African countries and Germany be improved? This was the central topic of a discussion round between Hanna Tetteh and the africrops! management team in Berlin. Ms. Tetteh is currently residing in Berlin at the invitation of the Robert Bosch Academy and takes part in the Richard von Weizsäcker Fellowship […]

Successful Biofach trade fair participation

In February 2018, africrops! exhibited at the organic trade fair “Biofach” in Nuremberg. The Biofach is the word’s leading trade show for organic products, attracting around 3,200 exhibitors and over 50,000 visitors. The fair is a great opportunity for companies to present their products and new innovations to an audience of retailers, wholesalers and manufacturers. […]