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National agricultural researchers and officials in Uganda have identified the potato as a key crop for food security and income. The article explains that Uganda's Plan for the Modernisation of Agriculture recognizes the potential for potato cultivation in Uganda and calls for increased research...
National agricultural researchers and officials in Uganda have identified the potato as a key crop for food security and income. The article explains that Uganda's Plan for the Modernisation of Agriculture recognizes the potential for potato cultivation in Uganda and calls for increased research...
The United States Agency for International Development (USAID) last week signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Ethiopia and DuPont to increase maize harvests in the country through increased use of hybrid maize seed, improved seed distribution, and post-harvest storage. The collaboration will help...
The U.S. government is donating 132,710 tons of food aid to Southern African countries, which include Zambia, Malawi, Lesotho, Swaziland, Mozambique and Zimbabwe. Andrew Natsios, the administrator for the U.S. Agency for International Development, said that the international relations commission of...
The Sudanese government is conducting a three-month review of its policies on the importation of genetically modified (GM) foods. World Food Program (WFP) official Robin Lodge said the organization had received a letter from the Sudanese Standards and Metrology Organization (a government body) in May...
The U.S. government is donating 132,710 tons of food aid to Southern African countries, which include Zambia, Malawi, Lesotho, Swaziland, Mozambique and Zimbabwe. Andrew Natsios, the administrator for the U.S. Agency for International Development, said that the international relations commission of...
The Sudanese government is conducting a three-month review of its policies on the importation of genetically modified (GM) foods. World Food Program (WFP) official Robin Lodge said the organization had received a letter from the Sudanese Standards and Metrology Organization (a government body) in May...
This article lists 13 genetically modified (GM) crop varieties that are approved for field trials in India and 22 other GM crops that are in various stages of research. According to the article, India has as many as 35 public sector institutes and universities and 18 private sector companies engaged...
At an August 21 meeting with food aid donors and non-governmental organizations, Mozambique Foreign and Cooperation Minister Leonardo Simao said that the nation would mill a U.S. donation of 5,000 metric tons of genetically modified (GM) maize before distributing it as food assistance. According to...
Several presidents and senior leaders of African countries attended a COMESA summit during March 2003 held in Khartoum, Sudan. The meeting focused on the creation of a customs union among COMESA member states. The participants briefly discussed the severe food crisis in the COMESA region, and in this...