CABI to lead assessment of data across ACIAR research portfolio

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CABI is to lead an assessment of data management and FAIR data principles in research conducted by the Australian Centre for International Agricultural Research (ACIAR) with a view to considering the barriers to data utility in its investment portfolio. The six-month project will see CABI engaging with ACIAR Research Programme…
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Uganda High Commissioner to Kenya and CABI delegation discuss enhanced collaboration and partnership

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His Excellency Dr Ambassador Hassan Waswa Galiwango – Uganda’s High Commissioner to Kenya – recently hosted a CABI delegation at the Country’s Nairobi Mission who appraised him on CABI’s work in Uganda. For over four decades CABI’s collaboration with the government has contributed significantly towards solving problems in agriculture and…
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New project aims to review and help strengthen national Soil Information Systems

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CABI has been awarded a $1.07 million contract from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation to lead a comprehensive study of national Soil Information Systems (SIS) in several countries including India, Rwanda, Ethiopia, Tanzania also capturing learning from the USA, UK, countries within the European Union, Australia, New Zealand, Brazil,…
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Value of extension services highlighted at 2021 World Conference on Science Literacy

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The value of extension services in helping smallholder farmers grow healthier and more profitable crops has been highlighted by CABI at the 2021 World Conference on Science Literacy held remotely online due to continuing COVID-19 restrictions. Around 450 experts and guests from around the world attended the conference – on…
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CABI-led project advocating a ‘One Health’ approach to crop and livestock services highlighted at webinar

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A CABI-led project advocating a ‘One Health’ approach to crop and livestock services in Uganda has been highlighted at a webinar on animal welfare hosted by the World Animal Protection Foundation (WTS). Christine Alokit, CABI Communication and Extension Scientist based in Uganda, told stakeholders attending the online event that the…
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CABI and the Rainforest Alliance pledge working towards more sustainable agriculture

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CABI and the Rainforest Alliance have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to collaborate on ways to help smallholder farmers around the world grow safer and higher quality food – and increase their incomes in the process – through more sustainable agricultural practices. With this partnership, producers will benefit from…
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