NewsAGRICULTURE FOOD SECURITY InnovationPublished dateWednesday, 28. August 2019 - 10:30
Maize, rice, beans, cassava, sweet potato, fish and groundnuts are among the most important food commodities in Malawi. Losses along the post harvest (PH) chains are fuelled by inefficiencies in handling, storage and preservation methods.Published date2013
Two training workshops were conducted in knowledge sharing methods and in video documentation, with 42 participants attending; three meetings with potential members of the knowledge network were conducted; the Ministry of Agriculture’s portal wasPublished dateFriday, August 2, 2013 - 04:00
Over the past five years, IDRC's Rural Poverty and Environment (RPE) program initiative has funded a number of projects in eastern and southern Africa.
Strengthening Research Capacity to Enhance Natural Resources Management and Improve Rural Livelihoods (sub-Saharan Africa)
This project aims to strengthen the capacity of national agricultural research and extension systems (NARES) in Africa to apply participatory approaches and cutting-edge ideas to research for development.
The many connections that “seeds” have or can lead to for improving rural livelihoods and quality of life are fascinating and worth in-depth examination.
— Norman Uphoff, Cornell UniversityPublication DateMonday, December 20, 2010