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Below is a selection of articles featuring references to BIF's work.


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Blue chips and startups launch new fintech pilot for more sustainable supply chains at the One Planet Summit (University of Cambridge, 12th December 2017)



Peacock introduces new seeds: Mwai Wathu Alimi, Peacock Kilombero (Nyasa Times, 3rd November 2016)

BIF, Peacock Seeds Company unveil packaged certified Kilombero rice seed (Nyasa Times, 15th September 2016)

Off-Grid LED Lighting Could Create 2 Million Jobs (Greentech Media, 22nd July 2016)

Malawi govt to develop, diversify agricultural production (Nyasa Times, 6th June 2016)



A new destination in the Kayin hills (Frontier Myanmar, 12th March 2018)

Better employee welfare key to improving garment industry (Myanmar Times, 11th December 2017)

Myanmar bamboo market eyes growth potential (Frontier Myanmar, 5th December 2017)

Accessible tourism makes inroads into Myanmar (Myanmar Times, 13th November 2017)

New Travel Hubs support communities while welcoming visitors to southern Myanmar (Coconuts Myanmar, 1st November 2017)

Travel hubs to keep tourists on the right track (Frontier Myanmar, 31st October 2017)

Travel hubs to boost tourism in Dawei, Hpa-an with food, facts (Myanmar Times, 25th October 2017)

Tourism: a double-edged sword for peace & conflict, “Do No Harm” urged (Myanmar Times, 12th June 2017)

Restrictive hotel licensing can drive conflict (Myanmar Times, 12th June 2017)

A bike ride escape from Yangon (Frontier Myanmar, 24th May 2017)

Business Innovation Facility–Myanmar to announce 2016 tourism Product & Package Innovation Competition winners (Travel Daily News Asia-Pacific, 28th November 2016)

Bamboo industry insiders call for greater promotion (Myanmar Times, 20th September 2016)



Kogi Cassava Farmers Assured Of Ready Market (PM News, August 2017)

Bumper maize, soybean harvest for Northern farmers (The Nation, 23rd June 2017)

15000 farmers to benefit from WASIL, BIF collaboration (Vanguard, 16th June 2017)

Katsina farmers to cultivate 25,000 hectares of maize, soya beans (Nigerian Tribune, 15th June 2017)

WASIL, BIF collaborate to boost maize, soybean production (Business Day, 14th June 2017)


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