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From midterm seminar to midterm review: FoodAfrica Newsletter.

Although it is in the nature of research to achieve results only towards the end of a project, much has already happened within FoodAfrica. This became evident at the midterm seminar in Helsinki in June, where the first results were presented and discussed.

The Link (East & Southern Africa Region Newsletter) Volume 5

Dear Readers, this is the fifth issue of ICRAF Eastern Africa’s e-newsletter, The Link, which shares with you short articles, events, publications and other exciting news from across the region.

Living Standards Measurement Study Newsleter, Fall 2014 Issue 1

Welcome to the Living Standards Measurement Study (LSMS) newsletter!

Six month extension to the FoodAfrica programme: FoodAfrica Newsletter .

The Ministry for Foreign Affairs of Finland has decided to extend the FoodAfrica Programme period by six months until the end of June 2016.

The Link (East & Southern Africa Region Newsletter) Volume 6

It is a bright hot sunny day and Moses Shonga is taking a walk in his maize field singing. He looks around at the beautiful scenery of evergreen fertilizer trees on his four-acre land and is happy with the progress. “The soils in this region lost their fertility decades ago. However, planting

FoodAfrica Newsletter: MTT becomes Luke but FoodAfrica continues.

As the Chairman of the FoodAfrica Supervisory Board and Director General of MTT I would like to thank all of you for your collaboration and interest in the FoodAfrica programme.

Transformations Biweekly 4 Dec 2015

On 7 November 2014, the President of Ireland, Michael D. Higgins, visited the Geregera Watershed in Tigray, Ethiopia’s northernmost region. Here he learned about a new ICRAF project, supported by Irish Aid

Transformations Biweekly 11 Dec 2015

With the election of the new President of Indonesia Joko “Jokowi” Widodo, a new Cabinet recently took office. It includes a new ministry that combines the agendas of environment and forestry.

The Link vol. 6 November 2014

It is a bright hot sunny day and Moses Shonga is taking a walk in his maize field singing. He looks around at the beautiful scenery of evergreen fertilizer trees on his four-acre land and is happy with the progress.

The Link vol. 7 November 2014

Accelerating transformation towards Climate-Smart Agriculture in Tanzania

Welcome to the first issue of the FoodAfrica Newsletter!

Issues relating to Food Security are among the most important global challenges of today, influencing the development potential and wellbeing of millions of people. The FoodAfrica programme is proud to be part of the work towards identifying good practices and solutions.

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