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Accelerating Africa’s agricultural development through biosciences

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Poster prepared for the Visit to ILRI by DFID and Research Councils UK delegation, ILRI Nairobi, 2 February 2018

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Accelerating Africa’s agricultural development through biosciences

  1. 1. Background one nice photograph with Title Established by the African Union New Partnership for Africa’s Development and the International Livestock Research Institute, the BecA-ILRI Hub is a state-of-the-art shared biosciences facility to accelerate agricultural development in Africa Products  Accessible state-of-the-art bioscience research facilities for African agricultural development  Tailored capacity development to enable African scientists and institutions to apply bioscience tools to solve agricultural challenges  Bioscience research solutions to address crop and livestock improvement, food safety and improved nutrition, climate change mitigation and adaptation Why?  Improved accessibility of high-end biosciences infrastructure within Africa accelerates agricultural development  Strengthening capacity of African scientists and institutions to use and apply high-end biosciences tools facilitates the adoption of new technologies  Mobilizing bioscience capacities in Africa and beyond enhances joint actions to increase productivity, sustainability and resilience Milk production doubled in Kenya and Rwanda where climate-smart Brachiaria forages introduced Over 1,000 African scientists trained in fellowships and workshops since 2010 70 new scientists using high-end facilities each year Accelerating Africa’s agricultural development through biosciences We thank all donors that globally support our work through their contributions to the CGIAR system This poster is licensed for use under the Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International Licence (January 2018)