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Supply Chain Business Forum and Exhibition set for July

Industry and academia will come together to share insights, trends and perspectives during CARISCA’s inaugural Business Forum and Exhibition set for July 29-30 in Accra, Ghana. The goal is to enhance supply chain efficiency, sustainability and competitiveness across Africa. The event will feature two days of presentations and panel discussions on the theme “Navigating the …

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Unlocking Efficiency Through Integration of Data Analytics and Fintech in Supply Chain Management

In today’s fast-paced global economy, the integration of data analytics and fintech into supply chain management represents a transformative leap forward. The urgency and necessity of this integration are underscored by the growing complexity of global supply chains, the need for inclusive economic growth, and the pressing demands of environmental sustainability. As businesses strive to …

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Green Health: Pioneering Sustainable Supply Chain Practices in Agriculture and Healthcare

Agriculture is the foundation of our food system, providing the essential nutrients necessary for human health. The quality, variety and availability of agricultural produce and products directly impact dietary health and nutrition. “Green health” emphasizes the synergy between agriculture and health, advocating for sustainable practices in both sectors to improve the quality of life and …

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‘Fish and chicken’ study earns 2023 PhD Dissertation Award

“Fish and chicken” is a nickname that may follow David Antwi for the entirety of his career. But he is ok with that.  He has a ready comeback for fellow Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology students and faculty who call him “fish and chicken professor.”  “By the end of the day,” he tells …

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Research-based Innovation in Africa

The African continent boasts many riches: 60% of the world’s arable lands, 30% of the mineral reserves and a young population. But it also shoulders 25% of the global disease burden and accounts for only 3% of global GDP, according to a 2022 Brookings report. When it comes to research and innovation, the stats are …