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Plant clinics, farm performance and poverty alleviation: Panel data evidence from Rwanda

Rwanda pioneers rapid responses to crop diseases

Farmers in Rwanda reap benefits with advice from plant clinics

Crop-devastating pests in Rwanda to be targeted with space-age technology from PRISE programme

Pests, which threaten to destroy key cash and food security crops including maize, tomato and beans, are to be prioritized as part of an integrated pest management strategy using state-of-the-art space-age technology.

CABI partners Rwandan university to help train more plant doctors to fight crop pests and diseases

CABI is working with the University of Technology and Arts of Byumba (UTAB) in Rwanda to train more plant doctors who, as part of the Plantwise programme, help farmers identify and treat a range of pests and diseases which threaten their crops.

Legacy of AgriTT programme lives on at Rwandan biocontrol facility to fight crop pests

The legacy of the Working in Partnership for Agricultural Technology Transfer (AgriTT) programme, funded by the UK Department for International Development (DFID), is living on at a facility in Rwanda which is producing biological control agents to kill a variety of crop pests including the devastating fall armyworm.