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T1: Crop Production Enhancement
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T3: PPP & Market Access
SAA has been working hand in hand with smallholder farmers in Africa for over 30years.
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Media outlets continue with their coverage about Hon Prof. Ruth Oniang'o, who has recently won a coveted accolade becoming the 2017 Africa Food Prize corecipient wit...
Hon Professor Ruth Oniang’o, Chair of the Sasakawa Africa Association (SAA) and Sasakawa Fund for Extension Education (SAFE), has been awarded the 2017 Africa Food Prize,...
January.26.2017 / Ethiopia
Grain storage loss to insects is a major challenge for smallholder farmers, at times estimated to be at least 20 percent for major crops such as corn and common beans. Wi...
January.26.2017 / Mali
in, and their involvement goes beyond gender specific programs like the Women Assisted Demonstrations (WADs). Education and training is provided in a number of key areas ...
Farmer Bashir Lemma is from Lalonora Kebele of Begi Woreda in Western Wolega zone,
Ethiopia. He is an award winning farmer and father of seven.
He is an award winning f...
January.26.2017 / Nigeria
This is the Maize Multi Actor Value-chain Platform and Disability Intervention in Tudun Wada, Kano state, Nigeria. The project is supported by SAA Nigeria’s Farmer Based ...
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