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

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Job - added on 04.05.2015

Team leader Agribusiness-Information System Togo (AIS Togo)

ICON-INSTITUTE Private Sector GmbH, Togo. Deadline: 15.05.2015


Job - added on 04.05.2015

Expert(e) Agriculture et développement rural

KfW (Coopération financière Allemande), Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso. Deadline: 31.05.2015


Job - added on 04.05.2015

Economist (Agribusiness and Value Chain)

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Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO), Cairo, Egypt. Deadline: 18.05.2015


Event - added on 04.05.2015

Nachhaltiger Früchte- und Gemüseanbau in Senegal

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21.05.15 | Winterthur, Switzerland

organized by Brot für Alle


Job - added on 04.05.2015

Breeding Project Lead – Hot Pepper

Syngenta India Limited, Aurangabad, India. Deadline: 30.05.2015


Publication - added on 01.05.2015

Socioeconomic determinants of organic cotton adoption in Benin, West Africa

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Sodjinou Epiphane, C Glin Laurent, Nicolay Gian, Tovignan Silvère, Hinvi Jonas. Agricultural and Food Economics (2015) 3:12. April 2015
News - added on 01.05.2015

Call: Learning Events Programme

KFPE invites submissions for this programme that supports researchers from developing countries involved in research partnerships with a Swiss institution and promotes interdisciplinary and intercultural learning. Deadline: 1 June 2015


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