to be held in collaboration with the Department of Plant Sciences, University of Cambridge in September 2018.
Applications will be announced shortly.
100 early-career agricultural research scientists and PhD students from 19 African countries have been selected to participate in this world-class capacity building programme to be held at the University of Abomey-Calavi, Benin Republic.
Congratulations to our Founder, Carol Ibe for being named ‘Researcher of the Month’ by the Cambridge Global Food Security Initiative.
We are excited to announce our new partnership with the Department of Plant Sciences, University of Cambridge (UK) to hold a molecular laboratory techniques training course for selected agricultural scientists from Africa in March 2017.
To innovate effective bioscience teaching and learning models that tertiary education institutions in Africa can adopt to enhance bioscience education in the continent.
To empower Africa’s present and future scientists and leaders to be involved in policy decisions that support scientific research and innovation, particularly in the areas of agricultural, health care and the environment.