Kenyans, now is the perfect time to apply for our Food Systems Leadership Programme. You will learn from the best food systems thinkers and practitioners in the business, and join a cohort of changemakers transforming #foodsystems in #Africa.
📢Read a short summary and a brief report of the value chain analysis and market survey on selected crops conducted for #Ethiopia by @innofoodafrica partners 👉👉 👉https://innofoodafrica.eu/2022/08/08/a-value-chain-analysis-and-market-survey-report-with-information-on-the-barriers-opportunities-ethiopia/
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📢BLOG: Farmers Participatory Research #FPR in #Kenya identified future climate-smart varieties of #Amaranth and #Cowpea. Read a blog article 👉👉👉https://innofoodafrica.eu/2022/08/04/blog-farmers-participatory-research-fpr-in-kenya-identified-future-climate-smart-varieties-of-amaranth-and-cowpea/ by @kingsmushroom a researcher at @innofoodafrica
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Let’s improve together the circularity of African crops sidestreams! During the project, unexpected obstacles came up. We noticed mold growth on some plants, also visible in the field during harvesting. This challenge may unfortunately prevent the plant sidestreams from being
InnoFoodAfrica Blogs Farmers Participatory Research (FPR) in Kenya identified future climate smart varieties of Amaranth and Cowpea Kiflemariam Yehuala Belachew, Postdoc Researcher at the University o…
During the project, an unexpected obstacle came up. We noticed mold growth on some plants, also visible in the field during harvesting. This challenge may unfortunately prevent the plant sidestreams from being reused. Great that our researchers in Innofoodafrica project are already testing and thinking of different pretreatment methods on the collected plant sidestreams. In the end, this would favor their application in the circular economy, giving them a second life as constitutive materials of packaging products for instance. … See MoreSee Less