Home / All / Fiber & yarn / African cotton farmers get 8 million euro boost
Middle East textile Journal February Digital Issue

African cotton farmers get 8 million euro boost

The German Federal Ministry for Economic Co-operation and Development (BMZ) has pledged to provide funding grants of up to €8 million over a 4 year period to support smallholder farmers in Africa to improve living conditions and promote sustainable cotton cultivation.

The funds, it is claimed, will reach up to 1.2 million smallholder farmers in 16 African nations and the wider project will be facilitated by the nonprofit organisation, Cotton Expert House Africa (CHA).

Cotton made in Africa (CmiA) has celebrated the initiative as it claims that around 20 million people across Africa are supported – directly or indirectly – by cotton production, and could stand to benefit from this funding.

About Kohan Journal

Kohan Textile Journal is the leading magazine for the Textile industry, Textile machinery, Synthetic Fibers and Nonwovens in MENA region (the Middle East and North Africa) and is published every two months. It basically emphasizes on textile machinery, textile products, carpet and synthetic fibres distributed among the factories, manufacturers, and traders of floorcovering industries.l

Check Also

Egypt denies sale of local spinning and weaving factories

Egypt denies sale of local spinning and weaving factories

The Government of Egypt has denied all the reports of selling local spinning and weaving …

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

error: Content is protected!!