9
Sep
2018

Etienne Duveiller speaking at the TAAT Rice Compact Launch: Project Kick-Off Workshop

Dr Etienne Duveiller, Deputy Director General and Director of Research for Development (DR4D), speaking at the Technologies for African Agricultural Transformation (TAAT) Rice Compact Launch: Project Kick-Off Workshop, 6-7 Sep 2018, AfricaRice M’bé Research Station, Bouaké, Côte d'Ivoire.

Rice Value Chain Compact of AfDB-funded TAAT initiative launched to help scale up proven rice technologies in Africa

The Rice Value Chain Compact of the African Development Bank (AfDB)-funded “Technologies for African Agricultural Transformation (TAAT)” initiative was officially launched, 6-7 September 2018, at the AfricaRice Research Station in M’bé near Bouaké, Côte d’Ivoire. The TAAT Rice Value Chain Compact will contribute to the AfDB ‘Feed Africa’ initiative through enhanced deployment of impactful technologies, innovations and products in the rice value chain.

Partners along the rice value chain from 10 African countries attended the project launch to discuss the implementation plan at country level, the technologies that will be deployed and the approaches and strategies for scaling up the technologies. Implementation will start in Benin, Cameroon, Côte d’Ivoire, Ghana, Madagascar, Nigeria, Senegal, Sierra Leone and Uganda, with spill-over in Burkina Faso, Mali and Guinea in the first year.

As part of the program, the participants had a guided tour of AfricaRice demonstration plots, seed multiplication, the postharvest and processing facility and the Genetic Resources Unit. The visit allowed them to see some of the technologies that have been selected for scaling up through the TAAT Rice Compact.

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9
Sep
2018

Sidi Sanyang speaking at the TAAT Rice Compact Launch: Project Kick-Off Workshop

Dr Sidi Sanyang, AfricaRice Program Leader, Rice Sector Development Program and TAAT Rice Compact Coordinator, speaking at the Technologies for African Agricultural Transformation (TAAT) Rice Compact Launch: Project Kick-Off Workshop, 6-7 Sep 2018, AfricaRice M’bé Research Station, Bouaké, Côte d'Ivoire.

Rice Value Chain Compact of AfDB-funded TAAT initiative launched to help scale up proven rice technologies in Africa

The Rice Value Chain Compact of the African Development Bank (AfDB)-funded “Technologies for African Agricultural Transformation (TAAT)” initiative was officially launched, 6-7 September 2018, at the AfricaRice Research Station in M’bé near Bouaké, Côte d’Ivoire. The TAAT Rice Value Chain Compact will contribute to the AfDB ‘Feed Africa’ initiative through enhanced deployment of impactful technologies, innovations and products in the rice value chain.

Partners along the rice value chain from 10 African countries attended the project launch to discuss the implementation plan at country level, the technologies that will be deployed and the approaches and strategies for scaling up the technologies. Implementation will start in Benin, Cameroon, Côte d’Ivoire, Ghana, Madagascar, Nigeria, Senegal, Sierra Leone and Uganda, with spill-over in Burkina Faso, Mali and Guinea in the first year.

As part of the program, the participants had a guided tour of AfricaRice demonstration plots, seed multiplication, the postharvest and processing facility and the Genetic Resources Unit. The visit allowed them to see some of the technologies that have been selected for scaling up through the TAAT Rice Compact.

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9
Sep
2018

Jean Ekwe Dossa speaking at the TAAT Rice Compact Launch: Project Kick-Off Workshop

Dr Jean Ekwe Dossa, IFDC Agronomist/Soil Scientist, speaking at the Technologies for African Agricultural Transformation (TAAT) Rice Compact Launch: Project Kick-Off Workshop, 6-7 Sep 2018, AfricaRice M’bé Research Station, Bouaké, Côte d'Ivoire.

Rice Value Chain Compact of AfDB-funded TAAT initiative launched to help scale up proven rice technologies in Africa

The Rice Value Chain Compact of the African Development Bank (AfDB)-funded “Technologies for African Agricultural Transformation (TAAT)” initiative was officially launched, 6-7 September 2018, at the AfricaRice Research Station in M’bé near Bouaké, Côte d’Ivoire. The TAAT Rice Value Chain Compact will contribute to the AfDB ‘Feed Africa’ initiative through enhanced deployment of impactful technologies, innovations and products in the rice value chain.

Partners along the rice value chain from 10 African countries attended the project launch to discuss the implementation plan at country level, the technologies that will be deployed and the approaches and strategies for scaling up the technologies. Implementation will start in Benin, Cameroon, Côte d’Ivoire, Ghana, Madagascar, Nigeria, Senegal, Sierra Leone and Uganda, with spill-over in Burkina Faso, Mali and Guinea in the first year.

As part of the program, the participants had a guided tour of AfricaRice demonstration plots, seed multiplication, the postharvest and processing facility and the Genetic Resources Unit. The visit allowed them to see some of the technologies that have been selected for scaling up through the TAAT Rice Compact.

 

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9
Sep
2018

Omar Ndaw Faye speaking at the TAAT Rice Compact Launch: Project Kick-Off Workshop

Dr Omar Ndaw Faye, ISRA Rice Breeder, speaking at the Technologies for African Agricultural Transformation (TAAT) Rice Compact Launch: Project Kick-Off Workshop, 6-7 Sep 2018, AfricaRice M’bé Research Station, Bouaké, Côte d'Ivoire.

Rice Value Chain Compact of AfDB-funded TAAT initiative launched to help scale up proven rice technologies in Africa

The Rice Value Chain Compact of the African Development Bank (AfDB)-funded “Technologies for African Agricultural Transformation (TAAT)” initiative was officially launched, 6-7 September 2018, at the AfricaRice Research Station in M’bé near Bouaké, Côte d’Ivoire. The TAAT Rice Value Chain Compact will contribute to the AfDB ‘Feed Africa’ initiative through enhanced deployment of impactful technologies, innovations and products in the rice value chain.

Partners along the rice value chain from 10 African countries attended the project launch to discuss the implementation plan at country level, the technologies that will be deployed and the approaches and strategies for scaling up the technologies. Implementation will start in Benin, Cameroon, Côte d’Ivoire, Ghana, Madagascar, Nigeria, Senegal, Sierra Leone and Uganda, with spill-over in Burkina Faso, Mali and Guinea in the first year.

As part of the program, the participants had a guided tour of AfricaRice demonstration plots, seed multiplication, the postharvest and processing facility and the Genetic Resources Unit. The visit allowed them to see some of the technologies that have been selected for scaling up through the TAAT Rice Compact.

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9
Sep
2018

Richard Appoh speaking at the TAAT Rice Compact Launch: Project Kick-Off Workshop

Dr Richard Appoh IWMI Research Officer – Agriculture Water Management, speaking at the Technologies for African Agricultural Transformation (TAAT) Rice Compact Launch: Project Kick-Off Workshop, 6-7 Sep 2018, AfricaRice M’bé Research Station, Bouaké, Côte d'Ivoire.

Rice Value Chain Compact of AfDB-funded TAAT initiative launched to help scale up proven rice technologies in Africa

The Rice Value Chain Compact of the African Development Bank (AfDB)-funded “Technologies for African Agricultural Transformation (TAAT)” initiative was officially launched, 6-7 September 2018, at the AfricaRice Research Station in M’bé near Bouaké, Côte d’Ivoire. The TAAT Rice Value Chain Compact will contribute to the AfDB ‘Feed Africa’ initiative through enhanced deployment of impactful technologies, innovations and products in the rice value chain.

Partners along the rice value chain from 10 African countries attended the project launch to discuss the implementation plan at country level, the technologies that will be deployed and the approaches and strategies for scaling up the technologies. Implementation will start in Benin, Cameroon, Côte d’Ivoire, Ghana, Madagascar, Nigeria, Senegal, Sierra Leone and Uganda, with spill-over in Burkina Faso, Mali and Guinea in the first year.

As part of the program, the participants had a guided tour of AfricaRice demonstration plots, seed multiplication, the postharvest and processing facility and the Genetic Resources Unit. The visit allowed them to see some of the technologies that have been selected for scaling up through the TAAT Rice Compact.

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9
Sep
2018

Post-harvest and Processing Technologies — TAAT Rice Compact Launch: Project Kick-Off Workshop

AfricaRice Grain Quality & Post-harvest Technologist Dr Sali Ndindeng presenting on 'Post-harvest and Processing
Technologies' at the Technologies for African Agricultural Transformation (TAAT) Rice Compact Launch: Project Kick-Off
Workshop, 6-7 Sep 2018, AfricaRice M’bé Research Station, Bouaké, Côte d'Ivoire.

Rice Value Chain Compact of AfDB-funded TAAT initiative launched to help scale up proven rice technologies in Africa

The Rice Value Chain Compact of the African Development Bank (AfDB)-funded “Technologies for African Agricultural
Transformation (TAAT)” initiative was officially launched, 6-7 September 2018, at the AfricaRice Research Station in M’bé
near Bouaké, Côte d’Ivoire. The TAAT Rice Value Chain Compact will contribute to the AfDB ‘Feed Africa’ initiative through
enhanced deployment of impactful technologies, innovations and products in the rice value chain.

Partners along the rice value chain from 10 African countries attended the project launch to discuss the implementation
plan at country level, the technologies that will be deployed and the approaches and strategies for scaling up the
technologies. Implementation will start in Benin, Cameroon, Côte d’Ivoire, Ghana, Madagascar, Nigeria, Senegal, Sierra
Leone and Uganda, with spill-over in Burkina Faso, Mali and Guinea in the first year.

As part of the program, the participants had a guided tour of AfricaRice demonstration plots, seed multiplication, the
postharvest and processing facility and the Genetic Resources Unit. The visit allowed them to see some of the
technologies that have been selected for scaling up through the TAAT Rice Compact.

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9
Sep
2018

RiceAdvice — TAAT Rice Compact Launch: Project Kick-Off Workshop

Dr Senthilkumar Kalimuthu presenting on behalf of AfricaRice Agronomist Dr Kazuki Saito on 'RiceAdvice' at the
Technologies for African Agricultural Transformation (TAAT) Rice Compact Launch: Project Kick-Off Workshop, 6-7 Sep
2018, AfricaRice M’bé Research Station, Bouaké, Côte d'Ivoire.

Rice Value Chain Compact of AfDB-funded TAAT initiative launched to help scale up proven rice technologies in Africa

The Rice Value Chain Compact of the African Development Bank (AfDB)-funded “Technologies for African Agricultural
Transformation (TAAT)” initiative was officially launched, 6-7 September 2018, at the AfricaRice Research Station in M’bé
near Bouaké, Côte d’Ivoire. The TAAT Rice Value Chain Compact will contribute to the AfDB ‘Feed Africa’ initiative through
enhanced deployment of impactful technologies, innovations and products in the rice value chain.

Partners along the rice value chain from 10 African countries attended the project launch to discuss the implementation
plan at country level, the technologies that will be deployed and the approaches and strategies for scaling up the
technologies. Implementation will start in Benin, Cameroon, Côte d’Ivoire, Ghana, Madagascar, Nigeria, Senegal, Sierra
Leone and Uganda, with spill-over in Burkina Faso, Mali and Guinea in the first year.

As part of the program, the participants had a guided tour of AfricaRice demonstration plots, seed multiplication, the
postharvest and processing facility and the Genetic Resources Unit. The visit allowed them to see some of the
technologies that have been selected for scaling up through the TAAT Rice Compact.

 

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9
Sep
2018

Good Agricultural Practices (GAP) — TAAT Rice Compact Launch: Project Kick-Off Workshop

AfricaRice Extension agronomist Dr Senthilkumar Kalimuthu presenting on 'Good Agricultural Practices (GAP)' at the
Technologies for African Agricultural Transformation (TAAT) Rice Compact Launch: Project Kick-Off Workshop, 6-7 Sep
2018, AfricaRice M’bé Research Station, Bouaké, Côte d'Ivoire.

 

Rice Value Chain Compact of AfDB-funded TAAT initiative launched to help scale up proven rice technologies in Africa

The Rice Value Chain Compact of the African Development Bank (AfDB)-funded “Technologies for African Agricultural
Transformation (TAAT)” initiative was officially launched, 6-7 September 2018, at the AfricaRice Research Station in M’bé
near Bouaké, Côte d’Ivoire. The TAAT Rice Value Chain Compact will contribute to the AfDB ‘Feed Africa’ initiative through
enhanced deployment of impactful technologies, innovations and products in the rice value chain.

Partners along the rice value chain from 10 African countries attended the project launch to discuss the implementation
plan at country level, the technologies that will be deployed and the approaches and strategies for scaling up the
technologies. Implementation will start in Benin, Cameroon, Côte d’Ivoire, Ghana, Madagascar, Nigeria, Senegal, Sierra
Leone and Uganda, with spill-over in Burkina Faso, Mali and Guinea in the first year.

As part of the program, the participants had a guided tour of AfricaRice demonstration plots, seed multiplication, the
postharvest and processing facility and the Genetic Resources Unit. The visit allowed them to see some of the
technologies that have been selected for scaling up through the TAAT Rice Compact.

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9
Sep
2018

“Partnerships for efficient quality seed production and variety dissemination” — TAAT Rice Compact Launch: Project Kick-Off Workshop

AfricaRice Seed Production Specialist Dr Saidu Bah presenting on 'Partnerships for efficient quality seed production and
variety dissemination' at the Technologies for African Agricultural Transformation (TAAT) Rice Compact Launch: Project
Kick-Off Workshop, 6-7 Sep 2018, AfricaRice M’bé Research Station, Bouaké, Côte d'Ivoire.

 

Rice Value Chain Compact of AfDB-funded TAAT initiative launched to help scale up proven rice technologies in Africa

The Rice Value Chain Compact of the African Development Bank (AfDB)-funded “Technologies for African Agricultural
Transformation (TAAT)” initiative was officially launched, 6-7 September 2018, at the AfricaRice Research Station in M’bé
near Bouaké, Côte d’Ivoire. The TAAT Rice Value Chain Compact will contribute to the AfDB ‘Feed Africa’ initiative through
enhanced deployment of impactful technologies, innovations and products in the rice value chain.

Partners along the rice value chain from 10 African countries attended the project launch to discuss the implementation
plan at country level, the technologies that will be deployed and the approaches and strategies for scaling up the
technologies. Implementation will start in Benin, Cameroon, Côte d’Ivoire, Ghana, Madagascar, Nigeria, Senegal, Sierra
Leone and Uganda, with spill-over in Burkina Faso, Mali and Guinea in the first year.

As part of the program, the participants had a guided tour of AfricaRice demonstration plots, seed multiplication, the
postharvest and processing facility and the Genetic Resources Unit. The visit allowed them to see some of the
technologies that have been selected for scaling up through the TAAT Rice Compact.

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9
Sep
2018

Innovation Platforms — TAAT Rice Compact Launch: Project Kick-Off Workshop

AfricaRice Social Scientist Dr Josey Kamanda presenting on 'Innovation Platforms' at the Technologies for African
Agricultural Transformation (TAAT) Rice Compact Launch: Project Kick-Off Workshop, 6-7 Sep 2018, AfricaRice M’bé
Research Station, Bouaké, Côte d'Ivoire.

Rice Value Chain Compact of AfDB-funded TAAT initiative launched to help scale up proven rice technologies in Africa

The Rice Value Chain Compact of the African Development Bank (AfDB)-funded “Technologies for African Agricultural
Transformation (TAAT)” initiative was officially launched, 6-7 September 2018, at the AfricaRice Research Station in M’bé
near Bouaké, Côte d’Ivoire. The TAAT Rice Value Chain Compact will contribute to the AfDB ‘Feed Africa’ initiative through
enhanced deployment of impactful technologies, innovations and products in the rice value chain.

Partners along the rice value chain from 10 African countries attended the project launch to discuss the implementation
plan at country level, the technologies that will be deployed and the approaches and strategies for scaling up the
technologies. Implementation will start in Benin, Cameroon, Côte d’Ivoire, Ghana, Madagascar, Nigeria, Senegal, Sierra
Leone and Uganda, with spill-over in Burkina Faso, Mali and Guinea in the first year.

As part of the program, the participants had a guided tour of AfricaRice demonstration plots, seed multiplication, the
postharvest and processing facility and the Genetic Resources Unit. The visit allowed them to see some of the
technologies that have been selected for scaling up through the TAAT Rice Compact.

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