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AICC Tree Planting Initiative

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African Institute of Corporate Citizenship on Friday, February 1, 2019, embarked on a tree planting exercise at Malambalala Primary School, T A.  Kachindamoto in Dedza. During the exercise, over 1000 trees seedlings were planted at the school.  

Among the dignitaries  that were in attendance include the Acting Director of Forestry Mr. Mankhambera who was also the guest of honour, the District Commissioner, Mr. Matewere, The District Education Manager, Dr. Ngaiyaye the district forestry department, the Member of Parliament for the area Ms. Juliana Lunguzi, Malambalala Primary School teachers and learners, Chiefs and community members in the area. 

Speaking at the tree planting ceremony, the CEO of AICC, Dr. Felix Lombe said that considering the problems the school is facing such as the blowing off of the roof of school one of the school blocks, AICC though it wise to come up with such initiative of planting trees surrounding the school.   In his remarks, he said that tree planting in the area is crucial in the sense that it will help to serve rice farmers with adequate water for their schemes in the long term.  He further urged the community to take care of the trees planted.  

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Conservation Agriculture Demonstration Plots

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Sustainable Agribusiness Initiative is an agri-business stakeholder platform aimed at fostering engagement in the development of the agricultural sector and facilitating the development of public private partnerships contextually within the agricultural value chain. SABI provides a platform where various stakeholders in the agricultural sector engage and partner to demonstrate on sustainable and profitable agricultural practices. Up-scaling Conservation Agriculture through SABI training farms is one of the pillars of in SABI. As such, AICC facilitated the mounting of demonstration plots by private sector players to show case various agriculture technologies. Central to this is the promotion of conservation farming as a conduit to sustainable production of commodities being grown. These demonstration plots provide a further opportunity for stakeholders to partner in address and promote relevant technologies within various agriculture value chains.

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Business Entrepreneurship in Northern Malawi

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The agricultural sector of Malawi continues to suffer from negative perceptions. Youth and women find that farmers do backbreaking labour, and in return only reap minimal benefits. Instead, women and youth would rather settle in urban areas to work in white-collar positions and find better employment opportunities. Both women and youth need to see that there are opportunities in the agricultural sector that are successful and profitable. With agriculture being the main sector driving the economy, it is important that the women and youth be more involved within the agricultural sector through agribusinesses.

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