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All Activities

Date
Activity
Partners
Funders
Country/Region
  • Date: 
    2013-2016
    Activity: 

    Training farmer on different interventions to control and manage Aflotoxin during pre and post harvest period.

    Partners: 

    Ministry of Agriculture, Academia and NGOs

     

    Funders: 

    Multi donor Agencies (Agricultural Sector Wide Approach Project (ASWAP -SP))

    Country/Region: 
  • Date: 
    2003-Ongoing
    Activity: 

    Registration of bicontrol (aflasafe products) in west Africa nations, testing of candidate biocontrol products in west Africa nations, registration, adoption and commercialization of Aflasafe products

    Partners: 

    BMGF, GIZ, USDA-FAS, World Bank, AgResults project

    Funders: 

    -

    Country/Region: 
  • Date: 
    2012-Ongoing
    Activity: 

    Post graduate students at Haramaya University are working on aflatoxin management on Sorghum and Groundnut.

    Partners: 

    Haramaya University, Ethiopia
     

    Funders: 

    Haramaya University and Ministry of Education, Ethiopia
     

    Country/Region: 
  • Date: 
    2013
    Activity: 

    The guide to the development of regulatory frameworks for microbial biopesticides in sub-Saharan Africa is a guidance document to educate stakeholders on the importance of registering biopesticides.

    Partners: 

    AATF, USDA-FAS, National regulatory institutions, National Agricultural Research System

    Funders: 

    USDA-FAS

    Country/Region: 
  • Date: 
    ?
    Activity: 

    Foundation for Empowerment Uganda, trains farmers on post harvest handling of grains, proper storage for future use, and empowers farmers with information to transform lives.

    Partners: 

    -

    Funders: 

    -

    Country/Region: 
  • Date: 
    2013-2017
    Activity: 

    Farmer field schools in northern Ghana focusing on control in groundnuts

    Partners: 

    Ghana Ministry of Food and Agriculture (MoFA)

    Funders: 

    USAID

    Country/Region: 
  • Date: 
    Ongoing (2016)
    Activity: 

    Green Without Borders enhances small-scale producers' skills & innovative knowledge by integrated farm system models.  Our Mission is promoting agribusiness models in partnerships with private sector, research and educational institutions, development partners, & governments that encourage food security and nutrition, wealth creation and environmental sustainability.

    Partners: 

    Green Without Borders, Masinde Muliro University of Science & Technology

     

    Funders: 

    -

    Country/Region: 
  • Date: 
    2012-Ongoing
    Activity: 

    Nadelle tours train ,empower visitors to the farms and also farmers on the effects of Aflatoxin. For visitors we talk about what goes on in food production.

    Partners: 

    Green Without Borders

    Funders: 

    Private tourism business

    Country/Region: 
  • Date: 
    2014-Ongoing
    Activity: 

    Conduct efficacy field trials of Aflasafe SN01 (biological control product comprised from indigenous atoxigenic aflasafe strains), to improve the quality and market access of maize and groundnut, and to minimize health and trade risks associated with aflatoxin contamination. Activities include: Nationwide sample collection, data analysis, on-farm and market afaltoxin situation analysis, aflatoxin awareness creation. 

    Partners: 

    Plant Protection Services (PPS) of the Department of Agriculture (DOA), Gambia Groundnut Cooperation (GGC), National Agriculture Research Institute (NARI), IITA, Food Safety and Quality Authority, Ministries of Health and Trade, Protection Department of Senegal, Farmers.

    Funders: 

    USAID, IITA, PACA

    Country/Region: 
  • Activity: 

    The Senegal Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Equipment Afaltoxin Control Project Project aims, as part of the implementation of the National Aflatoxin Control Plan in Senegal, to contribute to the reduction of the economic impact of aflatoxins by means of the prevention and control of contamination, as well as through the improvement of food safety throughout the entire human and animal food chains.

    Partners: 

    Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Equipment; Aflatoxin Technical Working Group (ATWG - Senegal); Ministries  of: Health, the Economy and Finance, Livestock, and Commerce; producer and consumer representatives 

    Funders: 

    African Union, Government of Senegal

    Country/Region: 

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