The Southern Africa Community of practice welcomes a new Liaison Scientist and hosts their annual regional meeting. Join us for these and other highlights from across the Collaborative Crop Research Program.
2017 - Quarter Four Newsletter
7th February 2018
Rural Malian women's practices and perceptions regarding whole grain consumption studied
1st January 2018
A study related to the CCRP-funded An Be Jigi project (2006-2014) on nutrition has been published. The An Be Jigi project was led by Helen Keller International in Mali in cooperation with Institut d'Economie Rurale (IER) and the International Crops Research Institute for the Semi-Arid Tropics (...
Upcoming GREAT course focuses on gender-responsive legume breeding
11th December 2017
GREAT courses equip researchers with tools to enhance the impact their research has on beneficiary communities, while also providing them marketable skills, and new opportunities for publication and career advancement. The GREAT training model is centered upon interdisciplinary team learning,...
Multi-language videos highlights new varieties of common bean that have resistance to beetle
20th November 2017
A new set of multi-language videos out of the Southern Africa Community of Practice highlights new varieties of common bean that have resistance to beetles. The videos are available in English and Swahili. Insect damage to stored beans can be serious and farmers often use toxic chemicals to control...
CCRP welcomes Kate Wellard as new SAf Liaison Scientist
13th November 2017
The CCRP is delighted to welcome Kate Wellard, PhD as the new Liaison Scientist (LS) for the Southern Africa (SAf) CoP. Kate's first day in this new role was on November 1. Many members of the CCRP family already know Kate, as she has been involved in the program in various ways over the past ten...
2017 - Quarter Three Newsletter
6th November 2017
Collaboration through Farmer Research Networks and during regional trainings is strengthening research capabilities and outcomes for project participants. Join us for this and other highlights from across the Collaborative Crop Research Program.