MASLAHA SEEDS OUT-GROWER EXPANSION PROGRAM

MASLAHA SEEDS OUT-GROWER EXPANSION PROGRAM

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Our Company is one of the prominent seed companies in Africa and has been instrumental to the ongoing seed revolution in  west Africa. We have set a pace for attaining a home-grown African green revolution by attaining 10,000 metric tons of certified seed production capacity. Maslaha Seeds Ltd was the first to achieve this target among Seventy Seven (77) Seed Companies in Africa and two years earlier than the set target (December 2015) by Alliance for Green Revolution in Africa (AGRA). We have been running Out-grower Scheme where we distribute Farm Inputs to Farmers as Loan, payable in kind  at the end of the Farming Season as part of our strategy to assist Farmers to boost their production and yield per Hectre. Since the company's inception in 2006, we have…
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WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT MASLAHA SEEDS

WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT MASLAHA SEEDS

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Maslaha Seeds Limited, one of the prominent seed companies in Africa has been instrumental to the ongoing seed revolution in west Africa region and has set a pace for attaining a home-grown African green revolution by attaining 10,000 metric tons certified seed production capacity two years ahead of the Alliance for a Green Revolution in Africa (AGRA) target. In 2014, Dr. Akinwumi Adesina, President of the African Development Bank (AIDB) declared Maslaha Seeds Limited as the pride of the nation. In recognition of the unprecedented development of the company, the managing director was nominated for the coveted Africa Food Prize in 2016. In the same year, the company won an AGRA Club 10k plaque for being the first among 70 seed companies to attain and surpassed 10,000 metric tons capacity…
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80 African firms on track to produce certified seeds

80 African firms on track to produce certified seeds

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Increasing demand for improved seeds in Africa has been on the high but the demand has not been met owing, not only to few seed companies in existence, but also due to the fact that most of the existing companies produce less than 1,000 metric tonnes of seeds. But a report released recently at the Grow Africa Investment Forum alongside the World Economic Forum on Africa by the Alliance for a Green Revolution in Africa (AGRA) revealed that 80 small-to medium-size African seed companies in 16 countries are on track to produce over 80,000 metric tons of professionally certified seeds in 2014. Most of these small- to medium-size African seed companies are participating in AGRA’s Program for Africa’s Seed Systems (PASS.) which is offering high-yield crop varieties to smallholder farmers…
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