International Institute of Tropical Agriculture
The Bulletin 02 - 06 December 2013 (No. 2202)
- DG Sanginga: Africa should not be denied the opportunity to use organic and inorganic inputs.
- IITA Emeritus Scientist, Peter Neuenschwander, elected Fellow of the African
Academy of Sciences.
- N2Africa project prepares for second phase with US$25 million grant
- Forbes Award: IITA alumni congratulate Dr Adesina.
- CGIAR restates pledge to support Sierra Leone to develop agriculture.
The Bulletin 25 - 29 November 2013 (No. 2201)
- Board commends IITA Management team.
- Refreshed IITA strategy aims to raise 11 million out of poverty, restore 7.5 million hectares of degraded land.
- More than 200 researchers in Ibadan for R4D.
- Addressing the capacity gaps in Africa.
- What is ready, what is cooking?
- IITA must deliver to remain on top says the Director of Finance.
- Kenneth Oraegbunam unfolds IITA E-Research Roadmap.
- Support for IITA’s strategy.
- Investing in soil fertility to feed and reduce poverty in Africa.
- Increasing social science research for greater impact.
- Dr Asiedu presents the Biotech strategy.
- IITA Board and Management visit BIP.
- Cassava breeders meet ahead of R4D Week.
29 November 2013
A destructive strain of a banana wilt disease has been discovered on Cavendish bananas in Mozambique. The disease, widely known as Foc TR4, is a form of Fusarium wilt or Panama disease, caused by the fungus Fusarium oxysporum f. sp. cubense Tropical Race 4.
20 November 2013
The Governor of Oyo State, in Nigeria, Senator Abiola Ajimobi, on Tuesday commissioned the Clinic, Wellness Center and Crèche at the headquarters of the International Institute of Tropical Agriculture (IITA) in Ibadan.
14 November 2013
Nigeria’s food and drug regulator, the National Agency for Food and Drug Administration and Control (NAFDAC), in collaboration with the International Institute of Tropical Agriculture (IITA) organized an awareness workshop for the country’s southeastern region today.
Codewit World News: IITA Refreshes Strategy to Lift 11m out of Poverty
04 December 2013
The International Institute of Tropical Agriculture (IITA) has refreshed its strategy, with a vision to raise 11 million people out of poverty in the tropics, and also redirect 7.5 million hectares of degraded land into sustainable use. Read more.
IITA climate change affecting coffee in Uganda - Part One
IITA climate change affecting coffee in Uganda - Part Two
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