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SG2000 Communities and plots in Africa (Part 2 of 2)
Maize lethal necrosis (MLN) threatens Africa’s food security
Africa’s important food crop – maize, is under real threat because of maize lethal necrosis (MLN). The disease has adversely affected maize fields in Kenya and its neighbors (DR Congo, Ethiopia, Tanzania, Uganda, Rwanda ...
FEEDING THE FUTURE: A Green Revolution for Ghana
In the straw hat to the left of the sing is Dr. Eugenio Martinez from Mexico, who is Country Director of the Project. To the right is Dr. Mathias Akposoe on attachment from Ghana's Ministry of Agriculture, and Ghana's ...
Sasakawa Global 2000: African agriculture initiative
Yohei Sasakawa (centre), treasurer of the Sasakawa Africa Association wich is funding the Sasakawa Global 2000 African Agriculture initiative, meets Ghanaian farmers who have trebled sorghum production by adopting the low ...
Q & A: how can Africa be part of the solution?
Africa has many challenges in the coming years and people sometimes get lost when talking about Africa by only focusing on the problems. Instead of asking about Africa's problems we asked our scientists George Mahuku, Aida ...
Norman Borlaug visit to Hospital in Ghana.
Touring African Countries, Photographic Donation by Dr. Evangelina Villegas
Quality Protein Maize In South Africa
Dr. Norman E. Borlaug visit communities and maize plots in Africa early 90's (Part 2 of 2)
Norman Borlaug visiting communities in Africa, Photographic Donation by Dr. Evangelina Villegas
Maize variety options for Africa: Mali
Improved maize benefits children, Koulikoro
Maize variety options for Africa: Kenya
KDV4 for smallholders, Machakos county