All News

CCRP welcomes Kate Wellard as new SAf Liaison Scientist
13th November 2017
The CCRP is delighted to welcome Kate Wellard, PhD as the new Liaison Scientist (LS) for the Southern Africa (SAf) CoP. Kate's first day in this new role was on November 1. Many members of the CCRP family already know Kate, as she has been involved in the program in various ways over the past ten...
2017 - Quarter Three Newsletter
6th November 2017
Collaboration through Farmer Research Networks and during regional trainings is strengthening research capabilities and outcomes for project participants. Join us for this and other highlights from across the Collaborative Crop Research Program.
Multi-language videos highlight benefits of botanically-derived pesticides
31st October 2017
A new set of multi-language videos out of the Southern Africa Community of Practice highlights botanically-derived pesticides. The videos are available in English, Chichewa and Swahili and illustrate how botanical pesticides give effective control of insect pests on legume plants and at the same...
SAf highlights Phosphorus Efficient Bean Project in new report
23rd October 2017
Mozambique has one of the lowest bean yields per hectare in all of the southern Africa (SAf) region. Improvements in productivity are a boon for resource-poor households in the area as beans are highly nutritious, contribute to improved diets, food-security and income potential. In addition, beans...
FRN responds to soil erosion in West Pokot County, Kenya
9th October 2017
Soil erosion is one of the major problems confronting agriculture in tropical Africa. It is a major threat to soil resource, fertility and productivity. Land degradation due to soil erosion, particularly gully erosion by water, is the main threat in West Pokot County. This is manifested by the...
Investigating botanical pesticides in Southern Africa
20th September 2017
 Tanzania is among the largest producers of common bean (Phaseolus vulgaris) in the world. Common beans are rich in protein and provide many nutrients that are considered key elements for mental development. Insect pests are one of the most common factors affecting bean production and due to...

Pages