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.
Access to extension services was found to be an important factor for adoption of post harvest (PH) technologies in Benin. Consequently, there is need to give more impetus to outreach programmes.Published date2013
Community Indabas : an approach for improving relations between wildlife management authorities and neighbouring communities
Despite the existence of structures within the Rural District Council (RDC) to take up Sengwe community grievances with Parks officials, relations have not improved.Published date2011
This presentation reviews and compares icipe (International Centre of Physiology and Ecology-African Insect Science for Food Health) innovations and responses to food security issues with other groups (such as FAO/World Bank).Published dateThursday, May 2, 2013 - 04:00
In a context of rising food prices, millions of Africans in marginal areas rely on a range of indigenous or underutilized crops for food, nutrition and income security.