Extension officers and farmers in Tanzania dicuss IPM of tomato (Photo: Stefan Toepfer)

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29.07.2014 | News

Integrated Crop Management: New Masters/Diploma of Advanced Studies

Launched by CABI, the University of Neuchâtel, Switzerland and the Jura Canton, this new programme will offer individuals from around the world the opportunity to learn about sound crop management principles and to explore solutions that can be incorporated into practice and policy back home. Deadline for application: 1 September 2014


29.07.2014 | Jobs

Research in Development Liaison Officer

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International Center for Agricultural Research in the Dry Areas (ICARDA), Amman, Jordan. Deadline: 25.08.2014


29.07.2014 | Events

Participatory Research to foster Innovation in Agriculture

28.08.14 | Zurich, Switzerland

Symposium cum Workshop organized by FiBL and Zurich-Basel Plant Science Center


29.07.2014 | Jobs

Directeur Pays

HEKS, Jérémie, Haiti. Deadline: 08.08.2014


29.07.2014 | Jobs

Fachkraft Partnerberatung „Capacity Development“

Welthungerhilfe, Kabul, Afghanistan. Deadline: 06.08.2014


29.07.2014 | Jobs

Consultant for Agriculture and Rural Development

GFA Consulting Group GmbH, Hamburg, Germany. Deadline: 06.08.2014


29.07.2014 | Jobs

Remote Sensing Senior Scientist

International Maize and Wheat Improvement Center (CIMMYT), India or South Africa. Deadline: 01.09.2014


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