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

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Publication - added on 09.12.2016

Traditional food products and trade: exploring the linkages

Boza Sofía, Muñoz Jazmín . SECO Working Paper No. 17/2016. WTI/SECO. December 2016
News, Call - added on 09.12.2016

Call: Research and Innovation Staff Exchange 2017

The RISE funding scheme of "Horizon 2020" fosters staff exchange between the academic and the non-academic sectors and between European and non-European countries; there are no predefined topics. Deadline for submissions: 5 April 2017


Job - added on 09.12.2016

Auditor

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Gesellschaft fuer Ressourcenschutz mbH, Göttingen, Germany. Deadline: 31.12.2016


Job - added on 09.12.2016

Country Director

Welthungerhilfe, Kabul, Afghanistan. Deadline: 31.12.2016


Job - added on 09.12.2016

Projektleitung (Kenia)

Bayerischer Bauernverband, Munich, Germany. Deadline: 16.12.2016


Job - added on 09.12.2016

Senior Technical Officer (Plant Breeding And Genetics Specialist)

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FAO, Joint FAO/IAEA Division, Vienna, Austria. Deadline: 29.12.2016


Job - added on 06.12.2016

Full Professor of Animal Breeding and Husbandry in the Tropics and Subtropics

University of Hohenheim, Stuttgart, Germany. Deadline: 16.12.2016


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SFIAR Award Ceremony 2016

15 December 2016, 16:15–18:30, ETH Zurich, Innovation for a Better Life - Linking Agricultural Research to Results in the Field

SFIAR Interview

"Development is a long term endeavour. Mentalities have to change, not only those of the locals, but also ours."
Michel Evéquoz

Current Calls

Overview of calls in the area of agricultural research for development  relevant for researchers based in Switzerland

About SFIAR

The Swiss Forum for International Agricultural Research (SFIAR) is an informal multi-stakeholder group of Swiss institutions and private individuals interested in agricultural research for developing countries... [more]

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