Cash crop officers get motorcycles

The National Agricultural Export Development Board together with the Project for Rural Income through Exports (PRICE) has provided cash crop officers and tea agronomists with forty two brand new motor[more]

Lord Popat to enlarge UK market for Rwanda exports

UK Prime Minister’s Trade Envoy to Rwanda, Lord Dolar Popat, on a visit to Rwanda has visited Gishali Flower Park at Rwamagana District to exploit possible opportunities and strengthen bilateral trade[more]

Ugandan MPs on study tour to learn from Rwanda’s experience in producing high quality tea

A delegation of Ugandan Members of Parliament (MPs) are in Rwanda for a study tour meant to learn from the country’s experience in producing one of the best quality teas in the world.   The dele[more]

Farmers have hope as coffee price increases

Coffee price fluctuation at the international market is caused by many factors that include geopolitical reasons, climatic conditions, global demand outlook, and is one of disadvantages of economies t[more]

Dutch investors eye Rwanda’s horticultural opportunities

Today, the 1st of March 2017, a Dutch delegation led by Marjolijn Sonnema, the Vice Minister of Agriculture – Ministry of Economic Affairs in the Netherlands visited the National Agricultural Export D[more]

Underway strategies to increase Rwanda meat export

On 22nd February 2017, a meeting with Rwandan livestock farmers, public and private economic cluster and government officials convened in Kigali to discuss strategies that can reverse the trend of liv[more]

Parliament passes the law determining NAEB’s responsibilities and functions.

The Parliament’s Chamber of Deputies passed the law establishing the National Agricultural Export Development Board (NAEB) and determining its responsibilities, organization and functioning. Pursuan[more]

Nyaruguru: NAEB resettles 100 families in new standardized houses.

Following targets set in Economic Development for Poverty Reduction Strategy (EDPRS) II,   Munini-Kibeho tea site is among five zones selected for tea acreage expansion projects. It is for t[more]

A delegation from Malawi Tea Industry is in Rwanda on a study Tour.

A five-member delegation from Malawi is in Rwanda for a study tour from 29th January to 1st February 2017 to share and learn from the experience and best practices in tea sector. In a meeting they h[more]

Rugabano Tea Site to benefit farmers with new IDP Model Village

Yesterday, an urban community settlement commonly called IDP model village was launched in Rugabano sector of Karongi District following the partnership between the National Agricultural Export Develo[more]

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