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

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Job - added on 21.04.2017

Geschäftskoordinator/in RISE

Berner Fachhochschule - Hochschule für Agrar-, Forst- und Lebensmittelwissenschaften HAFL, Zollikofen, Switzerland. Deadline: 05.05.2017

Publication - added on 21.04.2017

Phosphorus cycling in soil aggregate fractions in maize-pigeon pea intercropping systems of Malawi

Garland Gina Marie. Dissertation No. 24116 . Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH). April 2017
Event - added on 21.04.2017

Horizon 2020 Food, Agriculture Infoweek

14.11.17 to 17.11.17 | Brussels, Belgium

Infoday, brokerage, dissemination with a focus on digitisation and a bioeconomy policy event organized by the European Commission

Event - added on 21.04.2017

Cocoboards: Intercultural Cooperation and Development

12.05.17 | Biel, Switzerland

Event organized by the Bern University of Applied Sciences

Job - added on 21.04.2017

6 doctoral/postgraduate positions (Rural-urban Dynamics in Bangalore)

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University of Kassel, Germany/India. Deadline: 02.05.2017

Job - added on 21.04.2017

Genebank Operations Manager

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IInternational Center for Tropical Agriculture (CIAT), Cali, Colombia. Deadline: 19.05.2017

Job - added on 21.04.2017

Technical Advisor - Production

SNV, Kampala, Uganda. Deadline: 03.05.2017


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