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Potret Petani Ganja untuk Obat di Uganda

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Rabu, 11 Nov 2020 15:33 WIB

Kasese - Uganda merupakan salah satu negara yang melegalkan pertanian ganja untuk keperluan pengobatan. Hasil ganja ini pun diekspor ke Eropa dan Amerika.

KASESE, UGANDA - NOVEMBER 10: A factory worker processes Cannabis flowers to make them ready for export on November 10, 2020 in Kasese, Uganda. Uganda is one of several African countries looking to produce medical cannabis for export to Europe and America. Since 2017, five countries on the continent have legalized the farming of cannabis for medicinal or industrial use. Rwanda earlier this month passed laws allowing production, and Uganda has already started exporting to markets in Israel. Farms in Lesotho (the first nation in Africa to issue licenses to produce medicinal cannabis) quickly attracted multimillion-dollar investments from Canada. Industrial Hemp, the only Ugandan cannabis company currently exporting, grows its crop in high-tech greenhouses in partnership with Together Pharma, an Israeli firm. In April they exported 250kg of medicinal cannabis - the first commercial batch to leave Uganda since the government approved export in January. Considering this successful export, the company is setting its sights on exporting to Europe and Canada. Scores of Ugandan companies have applied for licenses. (Photo by Luke Dray/Getty Images)

Seorang pekerja pertanian memetik Cannabis di dalam rumah kaca di Kasese, Uganda.  

KASESE, UGANDA - NOVEMBER 10: A factory worker processes Cannabis flowers to make them ready for export on November 10, 2020 in Kasese, Uganda. Uganda is one of several African countries looking to produce medical cannabis for export to Europe and America. Since 2017, five countries on the continent have legalized the farming of cannabis for medicinal or industrial use. Rwanda earlier this month passed laws allowing production, and Uganda has already started exporting to markets in Israel. Farms in Lesotho (the first nation in Africa to issue licenses to produce medicinal cannabis) quickly attracted multimillion-dollar investments from Canada. Industrial Hemp, the only Ugandan cannabis company currently exporting, grows its crop in high-tech greenhouses in partnership with Together Pharma, an Israeli firm. In April they exported 250kg of medicinal cannabis - the first commercial batch to leave Uganda since the government approved export in January. Considering this successful export, the company is setting its sights on exporting to Europe and Canada. Scores of Ugandan companies have applied for licenses. (Photo by Luke Dray/Getty Images)

Uganda adalah salah satu dari beberapa negara Afrika yang ingin memproduksi ganja medis untuk diekspor ke Eropa dan Amerika.  

KASESE, UGANDA - NOVEMBER 10: A factory worker processes Cannabis flowers to make them ready for export on November 10, 2020 in Kasese, Uganda. Uganda is one of several African countries looking to produce medical cannabis for export to Europe and America. Since 2017, five countries on the continent have legalized the farming of cannabis for medicinal or industrial use. Rwanda earlier this month passed laws allowing production, and Uganda has already started exporting to markets in Israel. Farms in Lesotho (the first nation in Africa to issue licenses to produce medicinal cannabis) quickly attracted multimillion-dollar investments from Canada. Industrial Hemp, the only Ugandan cannabis company currently exporting, grows its crop in high-tech greenhouses in partnership with Together Pharma, an Israeli firm. In April they exported 250kg of medicinal cannabis - the first commercial batch to leave Uganda since the government approved export in January. Considering this successful export, the company is setting its sights on exporting to Europe and Canada. Scores of Ugandan companies have applied for licenses. (Photo by Luke Dray/Getty Images)

Sejak 2017, lima negara di benua Afrika telah melegalkan pertanian ganja untuk keperluan pengobatan.  

KASESE, UGANDA - NOVEMBER 10: A factory worker processes Cannabis flowers to make them ready for export on November 10, 2020 in Kasese, Uganda. Uganda is one of several African countries looking to produce medical cannabis for export to Europe and America. Since 2017, five countries on the continent have legalized the farming of cannabis for medicinal or industrial use. Rwanda earlier this month passed laws allowing production, and Uganda has already started exporting to markets in Israel. Farms in Lesotho (the first nation in Africa to issue licenses to produce medicinal cannabis) quickly attracted multimillion-dollar investments from Canada. Industrial Hemp, the only Ugandan cannabis company currently exporting, grows its crop in high-tech greenhouses in partnership with Together Pharma, an Israeli firm. In April they exported 250kg of medicinal cannabis - the first commercial batch to leave Uganda since the government approved export in January. Considering this successful export, the company is setting its sights on exporting to Europe and Canada. Scores of Ugandan companies have applied for licenses. (Photo by Luke Dray/Getty Images)

Rwanda awal bulan ini mengesahkan undang-undang yang mengizinkan produksi, dan Uganda sudah mulai mengekspor ke pasar di Israel.  

KASESE, UGANDA - NOVEMBER 10: A factory worker processes Cannabis flowers to make them ready for export on November 10, 2020 in Kasese, Uganda. Uganda is one of several African countries looking to produce medical cannabis for export to Europe and America. Since 2017, five countries on the continent have legalized the farming of cannabis for medicinal or industrial use. Rwanda earlier this month passed laws allowing production, and Uganda has already started exporting to markets in Israel. Farms in Lesotho (the first nation in Africa to issue licenses to produce medicinal cannabis) quickly attracted multimillion-dollar investments from Canada. Industrial Hemp, the only Ugandan cannabis company currently exporting, grows its crop in high-tech greenhouses in partnership with Together Pharma, an Israeli firm. In April they exported 250kg of medicinal cannabis - the first commercial batch to leave Uganda since the government approved export in January. Considering this successful export, the company is setting its sights on exporting to Europe and Canada. Scores of Ugandan companies have applied for licenses. (Photo by Luke Dray/Getty Images)

Pertanian di Lesotho (negara pertama di Afrika yang mengeluarkan lisensi untuk memproduksi ganja obat) dengan cepat menarik investasi jutaan dolar dari Kanada.  

KASESE, UGANDA - NOVEMBER 10: A factory worker processes Cannabis flowers to make them ready for export on November 10, 2020 in Kasese, Uganda. Uganda is one of several African countries looking to produce medical cannabis for export to Europe and America. Since 2017, five countries on the continent have legalized the farming of cannabis for medicinal or industrial use. Rwanda earlier this month passed laws allowing production, and Uganda has already started exporting to markets in Israel. Farms in Lesotho (the first nation in Africa to issue licenses to produce medicinal cannabis) quickly attracted multimillion-dollar investments from Canada. Industrial Hemp, the only Ugandan cannabis company currently exporting, grows its crop in high-tech greenhouses in partnership with Together Pharma, an Israeli firm. In April they exported 250kg of medicinal cannabis - the first commercial batch to leave Uganda since the government approved export in January. Considering this successful export, the company is setting its sights on exporting to Europe and Canada. Scores of Ugandan companies have applied for licenses. (Photo by Luke Dray/Getty Images)

Industrial Hemp, satu-satunya perusahaan ganja Uganda yang saat ini mengekspor, menanam tanamannya di rumah kaca berteknologi tinggi dalam kemitraan dengan Together Pharma, sebuah perusahaan Israel.  

KASESE, UGANDA - NOVEMBER 10: A factory worker processes Cannabis flowers to make them ready for export on November 10, 2020 in Kasese, Uganda. Uganda is one of several African countries looking to produce medical cannabis for export to Europe and America. Since 2017, five countries on the continent have legalized the farming of cannabis for medicinal or industrial use. Rwanda earlier this month passed laws allowing production, and Uganda has already started exporting to markets in Israel. Farms in Lesotho (the first nation in Africa to issue licenses to produce medicinal cannabis) quickly attracted multimillion-dollar investments from Canada. Industrial Hemp, the only Ugandan cannabis company currently exporting, grows its crop in high-tech greenhouses in partnership with Together Pharma, an Israeli firm. In April they exported 250kg of medicinal cannabis - the first commercial batch to leave Uganda since the government approved export in January. Considering this successful export, the company is setting its sights on exporting to Europe and Canada. Scores of Ugandan companies have applied for licenses. (Photo by Luke Dray/Getty Images)

Pada bulan April mereka mengekspor 250kg ganja obat.  

KASESE, UGANDA - NOVEMBER 10: A factory worker processes Cannabis flowers to make them ready for export on November 10, 2020 in Kasese, Uganda. Uganda is one of several African countries looking to produce medical cannabis for export to Europe and America. Since 2017, five countries on the continent have legalized the farming of cannabis for medicinal or industrial use. Rwanda earlier this month passed laws allowing production, and Uganda has already started exporting to markets in Israel. Farms in Lesotho (the first nation in Africa to issue licenses to produce medicinal cannabis) quickly attracted multimillion-dollar investments from Canada. Industrial Hemp, the only Ugandan cannabis company currently exporting, grows its crop in high-tech greenhouses in partnership with Together Pharma, an Israeli firm. In April they exported 250kg of medicinal cannabis - the first commercial batch to leave Uganda since the government approved export in January. Considering this successful export, the company is setting its sights on exporting to Europe and Canada. Scores of Ugandan companies have applied for licenses. (Photo by Luke Dray/Getty Images)

Ekspor ganja untuk pengobatan dikatakan berhasil sehingga puluhan perusahaan di Uganda telah mengajukan izin pelegalan.  

Potret Petani Ganja untuk Obat di Uganda
Potret Petani Ganja untuk Obat di Uganda
Potret Petani Ganja untuk Obat di Uganda
Potret Petani Ganja untuk Obat di Uganda
Potret Petani Ganja untuk Obat di Uganda
Potret Petani Ganja untuk Obat di Uganda
Potret Petani Ganja untuk Obat di Uganda
Potret Petani Ganja untuk Obat di Uganda