Select news about the recent activities of Sahel Capital, and its partners, clients, investors, and portfolio companies are presented below:

The World Economic Forum features Sahel

October 31, 2018.

As we close out the month of October, in which we celebrated World Food Day, we […]

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FrieslandCampina to Invest €23m in Local Milk Production

September 11, 2018.

Global chief executive officer of Royal FrieslandCampina, Hein Schumacher has announced the company’s decision to invest […]

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Sahel Expands Scholars Programme Across Nigeria

August 29, 2018.

The Sahel Scholars’ Programme (SASP) is an annual programme that was introduced by Sahel Consulting Agriculture […]

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Nigerian Dairy Development Program (NDDP) Impact Evaluation Request for Proposals

August 28, 2018.

Sahel Consulting Agriculture and Nutrition Ltd (Sahel) is seeking a firm to conduct an impact study […]

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Ndidi Nwuneli Writes On Implications of the Monsanto ruling on African Farmers

August 15, 2018.

On August 10th, 2018, a California judge ordered Monsanto, a global agribusiness owned by Bayer, to […]

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Ndidi Nwuneli Writes On The High Cost of Food Monopolies in Africa

August 8, 2018.

Many consumers in Africa spend a disproportionate percentage of their household income on food. One of […]

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Ndidi Nwuneli Writes On Rethinking Agricultural Research and Innovation in West Africa

June 13, 2018.

It is rainy season in West Africa. Adamu, a maize farmer in Katsina State in Northern […]

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Sahel Capital Announces Investment In Coscharis Farms

March 23, 2018.

On March 23rd, 2018, Sahel Capital Agribusiness Managers, which oversees the Fund for Agricultural Finance in […]

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Sahel Holds Gender and Nutrition Study Stakeholders Meeting In Abuja, Nigeria

March 15, 2018.

Sahel Consulting Agriculture and Nutrition Limited convened a stakeholder meeting in Abuja on Tuesday March 6th, […]

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Ndidi Nwuneli On Fake Processed Food

March 10, 2018.

In late February, 14-year-olds Nahima and Yayaya, died after eating tainted biscuits at a classmate’s birthday […]

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