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Apr 1 2015 Programme Management Unit
The ACP S&T II funded project iLINOVA- Strengthening capacity for participatory management of indigenous livestock to foster agricultural innovation in Eastern, Southern and Western Africa has just published its second newsletter. For more information about the project, please visit its project...
Apr 1 2015
Apr 1 2015 Programme Management Unit
The Southern African Biochemistry and Informatics for Natural Products Network (SABINA) is actively training scientists in the development of natural products. Policy and support actions for Southern African natural product partnership (POL-SABINA)  was funded by the ACP S&T programme and...
Apr 1 2015
Mar 27 2015 Programme Management Unit
Deadline to apply for the PACE-Net+ Seed funding has been extended to the 15th of April 2015. Visit the  Website http://pacenet.eu/news/pacenetplus-seed-funding-2015  for the call, the application form as well as a FAQ list.   or our link http://acp-st.eu/content/pace-net-plus-seed-...
Mar 27 2015
Mar 27 2015 Programme Management Unit
ECREEE has launched a youth writing contest to raise awareness of the under-utilized potential of women in the energy sector and the factors responsible for this. The competition, which is being implemented as part of a campaign dubbed “#Standtall”, aims to inspire young people to lead...
Mar 27 2015
Mar 16 2015 Programme Management Unit
The Central African Research and Innovation Management Association (CARIMA) in collaboration with National University of Equatorial Guinea (UNGE) Equatorial Guinea,will organize the 2nd CARIMA international conference  on 09 - 11 April,  2015 – National University of Equatorial...
Mar 16 2015
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FIELD REPORT ON MAIZE DEMOSTRATION FARM BY Prof. Daniel Obeng Ofori Dr. Phyllis Opare Dr. Michael Lartey and James Agyei-Ohemeng JANUARY 2015 SUMMARY As part of the activities of the project “Strengthening Innovations and Technology Dissemination for Sustainable Development in Cereals, Cocoa...
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