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Date Newsletter # Newsletter item # Title
13.12.2018 54 3 New soybean inoculant registration stems from collaboration between N2Africa and Rizobacter
13.12.2018 54 6 Secondary benefits of strigolactones from legumes to control striga parasitism in Kenyan cropping systems
13.12.2018 54 7 N2Africa publications
13.12.2018 54 8 Reports and other output uploaded on the N2Africa website
13.12.2018 54 9 Related newsletters
06.09.2018 53 1 Introduction
04.09.2018 53 3 Genetic diversity and genetic component associated with high Nitrogen fixation in indigenous rhizobia nodulating soyabean in South Kivu, Eastern Democratic Republic of Congo
04.09.2018 53 4 Assessment of the impact of improved cowpea varieties on women farmers in southern part of Borno State, Nigeria
06.09.2018 53 5 Phylogenetic multilocus sequence analysis of indigenous Rhizobia nodulating cowpea in Nigeria
06.09.2018 53 6 The effects of rhizobial inoculation, phosphorus application and cowpea-cowpea sequential cropping system on some varieties of cowpea on farmers’ fields in Minna, southern Guinea savanna of Nigeria
06.09.2018 53 7 Phylogeny of rhizobia nodulating common bean (Phaseolus vulgaris L.) in Ethiopia
06.09.2018 53 8 Understanding the influence of barriers on smallholders’ perception and adoption of legume technologies in Ethiopia: A qualitative study
06.09.2018 53 9 Perceptions of livestock traders and fatteners on the use of grain legume residues in northern Ghana
06.09.2018 53 10 Legume-maize rotation or relay? Options for ecological intensification of smallholder farms in the Guinea savanna of northern Ghana
10.09.2018 53 11 http://www.n2africa.org/content/adoption-improved-soyabean-varieties-case-buno-bedele-and-east-wollega-zones-oromia-region
10.09.2018 53 12 Exploring options to enhance biological nitrogen fixation and yield of soyabean and common bean in smallholder farming systems in Rwanda
10.09.2018 53 13 Diversity of soyabean root nodule bacteria recovered from Zimbabwean soils
10.09.2018 53 14 Participatory approaches to diversification and intensification of crop production on smallholder farms in Malawi
10.09.2018 53 15 Former PhD students
10.09.2018 53 16 Former MSc students
10.09.2018 53 17 European nitrogen fixation conference
10.09.2018 53 18 Reports and other output uploaded on the N2Africa website
10.09.2018 53 19 N2Africa publication
10.09.2018 53 20 Related newsletters
02.07.2018 52 1 Introduction
02.07.2018 52 2 Impressions of the N2Africa Annual Planning Meeting and field trip in Rwanda 15-18 May 2018
02.07.2018 52 3 A flavour of the N2Africa Annual Planning Meeting in Rwanda
02.07.2018 52 4 Field trip: climbing beans in Rwanda
02.07.2018 52 5 Reflections from our Rwandan colleagues
02.07.2018 52 6 Reports and other output uploaded on the N2Africa website
02.07.2018 52 7 Related newsletters
07.05.2018 51 1 Introduction
07.05.2018 51 2 Key achievements and learnings available in the N2Africa Annual Report 2017
07.05.2018 51 3 Highlights of the Annual Report 2017
07.05.2018 51 4 Scaling-up Improved Legume Technologies in Tanzania through the Legume Alliance
07.05.2018 51 5 From targeting to tailoring: Baskets of options for legume cultivation among African smallholders
07.05.2018 51 6 N2Africa in the news
07.05.2018 51 7 Reports and other output uploaded on the N2Africa website
07.05.2018 51 8 Related newsletters
08.03.2018 50 1 Introduction
06.03.2018 50 2 Time for innovation and change
01.03.2018 50 3 An N2Africa Inclusive Partnership Case Example in Ethiopia
01.03.2018 50 4 Private-Public Partnership improves farmers’ access to legume fertilizers in northern Ghana
01.03.2018 50 5 Indigenous status of rhizobia in Nigeria: Does this aid its symbiotic performance with cowpea?
01.03.2018 50 6 My journey into agripreneurship, Borno State, Nigeria
01.03.2018 50 7 N2Africa partners develop a strategy to achieve sustainability in Tanzania
01.03.2018 50 8 Field learning visits to N2Africa project action sites in eastern Uganda
01.03.2018 50 9 N2Africa D.R.C.: training farmers in agribusiness
01.03.2018 50 10 Test Marketing BNF Technologies: Individual Customer Preferences in West Kenya Action Site: Status June 2017
01.03.2018 50 11 Strides in inoculant production and distribution in Malawi - the story of AISL
01.03.2018 50 12 N2Africa experiences: Mozambique
01.03.2018 50 13 Knowledge to reach greater heights in Rwanda
01.03.2018 50 14 Harnessing N2Africa’s nurtured talents among lead farmers for cost-effective technology dissemination in Zimbabwe
01.03.2018 50 15 On Public Private Partnerships and how they can learn about ‘The Market’
01.03.2018 50 16 MALAM ISAH WAKILI: An Enthusiastic Cowpea Farmer from Nigeria
01.03.2018 50 17 From field to feedback, an update on data flows within N2Africa
01.03.2018 50 18 N2Africa in the news
01.03.2018 50 19 Reports and other output uploaded on the N2Africa website
01.03.2018 50 20 N2Africa publications
01.03.2018 50 21 Related newsletters
01.03.2018 50 22 Announcements
15.01.2018 49 1 Introduction
04.01.2018 49 2 N2Africa DRC exit and continuation by partners
02.01.2018 49 3 Partner PAD and N2Africa
02.01.2018 49 4 Kenya’s N2Africa actions in 2017 and exit strategy
02.01.2018 49 5 MIRCEN will continue its rhizobiology services
02.01.2018 49 6 OSSOM’s awesome future
02.01.2018 49 7 N2Africa-Malawi: moving forward beyond 2017
02.01.2018 49 8 Strides in inoculant production and distribution in Malawi - the story of AISL
02.01.2018 49 9 N2Africa experiences: Mozambique
02.01.2018 49 10 ACOF and N2Africa: the soyabean partnership
02.01.2018 49 11 Strategic scenario to close the gaps identified in Rwanda
02.01.2018 49 12 DRD partnering into the future
04.01.2018 49 14 Zimbabwe N2Africa project exit strategy
04.01.2018 49 15 N2Africa reinforced nutrition education for HIV-AIDS care groups in Zimbabwe
02.01.2018 49 13 COCOF and the soyabean value chain
05.12.2017 48 1 Introduction
20.11.2017 48 2 Dr Endalkachew Wolde-Meskel represented N2Africa at the ICLGG (International Conference on Legumes Genetics and Genomics), 18 – 22 Sep. 2017, Siófok, Hungary
20.11.2017 48 3 Presenting my nutrition research within N2Africa at the International Congress of Nutrition
20.11.2017 48 4 Open access publishing through Chronos
05.12.2017 48 5 Nodumax
20.11.2017 48 7 In the shadow of Kilimanjaro; assessment of disease and pest in common bean & maize cropping systems in northern Tanzania
16.11.2017 48 9 N2Africa publications
16.11.2017 48 10 Reports uploaded on the N2Africa website
20.11.2017 48 11 Related newsletters
20.11.2017 48 12 Announcement
12.10.2017 47 1 Introduction
26.09.2017 47 2 Introducing Travis Goron
18.09.2017 47 3 Response of groundnut (Arachis hypogaea L.) varieties to rhizobia inoculation in the Sudan and northern Guinea savannas of Nigeria
25.09.2017 47 4 Assessment of the impact of improved cowpea varieties on women farmers in southern part of Borno State, Nigeria
18.09.2017 47 5 Yield stability studies on soyabean genotypes under Rhizobia inoculation in the Savanna Region of Nigeria
18.09.2017 47 6 The effects of inoculation, P application and sequential cropping on cowpea varieties on farmer’s fields in Minna, southern Guinea savanna of Nigeria
18.09.2017 47 7 Percentage similarity of indigenous rhizobia across different agro ecological zones in Nigeria
18.09.2017 47 9 How do climbing beans fit in farming systems of the eastern highlands of Uganda? Opportunities and trade-offs at farm level
18.09.2017 47 11 Understanding GL x GR interaction in common bean and chickpea in Ethiopia
18.09.2017 47 12 Maize-grain legume intercropping for enhanced resource use efficiency and crop productivity in the Guinea savanna of northern Ghana
18.09.2017 47 13 Enhancing the yield and quality of cowpea fodder through inoculation and phosphorus fertilizer application in northern Ghana
18.09.2017 47 14 Exploring options to improve soyabean yields in Mozambique
18.09.2017 47 15 Symbiotic performance of soyabean root nodule bacteria (RNB) recovered from Zimbabwe
18.09.2017 47 16 Exploring options to enhance biological nitrogen fixation and yield of soyabean and common bean in smallholder farming systems in Rwanda
18.09.2017 47 17 Nutritional benefits of improved grain legume cultivation in Ghana and Kenya
18.09.2017 47 18 Co-learning using NUANCES-FARMSIM in Kenya and Uganda - A collaboration between Humidtropics, MAIZE and N2Africa
21.09.2017 47 19 Understanding the role of Public-Private Partnerships in overcoming institutional barriers to technology adoption
28.09.2017 47 20 Participatory approaches to smallholder crop diversification in Malawi
19.09.2017 47 21 Related newsletters
19.09.2017 47 22 Burleigh Dodds Science Publishing
18.07.2017 46 1 Introduction
17.07.2017 46 2 Introducing Eva Thuijsman
17.07.2017 46 3 A farmer with an open mind in Nigeria
17.07.2017 46 4 My journey into agripreneurship, Borno State, Nigeria
17.07.2017 46 5 MALAM ISAH WAKILI: An Enthusiastic Cowpea Farmer from Nigeria
17.07.2017 46 6 Product Testing of BNF Technologies in Kenya
17.07.2017 46 7 Educating Tanzanian Smallholder Farmers about Modern Bean Cultivation – What Works Best and at What Costs?
17.07.2017 46 8 Partner Profile: Global Change Learning Lab highlights participatory legume-based research in Malawi
17.07.2017 46 9 Can you re-close an ecosystem once it’s been opened? Reflections on the role of legumes in central DRC
17.07.2017 46 10 A new guide to maize-legume systems
18.07.2017 46 11 Thanks to N2Africa Uganda
17.07.2017 46 12 Related newsletters
17.07.2017 46 13 Announcement
30.05.2017 45 1 Introduction
30.05.2017 45 2 We have revised the N2Africa website
23.05.2017 45 3 A woman business in Rwanda
23.05.2017 45 4 Knowledge to reach greater heights in Rwanda
30.05.2017 45 5 Farmers’ stories from D.R. Congo
22.05.2017 45 6 Increasing legumes harvest with inoculant: The story of AISL, Malawi
22.05.2017 45 7 Bean-rhizobia symbiosis in Kenya - snippets from a PhD study funded by N2Africa
22.05.2017 45 8 Application of phosphorus fertilizer and rhizobium inoculation improves grain and haulm nutritional values of selected grain legumes in the mixed crop-livestock production system of Ethiopia
22.05.2017 45 9 Light and nutrient capture by common bean and maize in the Northern Highlands of Tanzania
22.05.2017 45 10 Radio for channelling information
22.05.2017 45 11 N2Africa publications
22.05.2017 45 12 Other N2Africa activities
22.05.2017 45 13 N2Africa in the news
22.05.2017 45 14 Related publications
22.05.2017 45 15 Related newsletters
22.05.2017 45 16 Announcements
27.03.2017 44 1 Introduction
27.03.2017 44 2 N2Africa in Malawi – achieving sustainable input supply
23.03.2017 44 3 A flavour of the N2Africa Annual Planning Meeting and field trip in Uganda
23.03.2017 44 4 Key achievements 2016
23.03.2017 44 5 Innovation and systematic change towards achieving impact at scale
23.03.2017 44 6 Field learning visits to N2Africa project action sites in eastern Uganda
23.03.2017 44 7 Private-Public Partnership improves farmers’ access to legume fertilizers in northern Ghana
23.03.2017 44 8 Soyabean farmers in Ghana face challenges in the sale of their produce
27.03.2017 44 9 N2Africa Ethiopia conducted its Fourth Annual Partners’ Review and Planning Workshop
23.03.2017 44 10 Common bean yield potential and yield gaps in Ethiopia and Tanzania
27.03.2017 44 11 A paradigm shift from grassroots to agribusiness focus in west Kenya
23.03.2017 44 12 Other N2Africa activities
23.03.2017 44 13 Related newsletters
23.03.2017 44 14 Announcements
09.02.2017 43 1 Introduction
09.02.2017 43 2 Uganda N2Africa Partners plan for 2017
07.02.2017 43 3 Multi-country study describes the distribution inoculation response across Africa
07.02.2017 43 4 MSc Internship N2Africa Review
07.02.2017 43 5 Rizobacter: Inoculants for Africa
07.02.2017 43 6 Tackling some major constraints to climbing bean production in Uganda
09.02.2017 43 7 The GALA project: Gender and the Legume Alliance: Integrating multi-media communication approaches and input brokerage
09.02.2017 43 8 A day in the life of N2Africa
07.02.2017 43 9 N2Africa in the news
07.02.2017 43 10 Related newsletters
07.02.2017 43 11 Related publications
07.02.2017 43 12 Announcements
15.12.2016 42 1 Introduction
17.11.2016 42 2 Mid-annual and M&E review meeting in Ethiopia
17.11.2016 42 3 N2Africa partners develop a strategy to achieve sustainability in Tanzania
12.12.2016 42 4 Reflections on training events in Nigeria
17.11.2016 42 5 N2Africa as case study for PROIntensAfrica - What role for legumes in sustainable intensification?
13.12.2016 42 6 Legume yield gaps in Ethiopia, Kenya and Tanzania
17.11.2016 42 7 Groundnut response to calcium and phosphorus fertilizer rates in Tanzania
12.12.2016 42 8 Related Publications
12.12.2016 42 9 Related newsletters
12.12.2016 42 10 Announcement
21.11.2016 41 2 Tier 1 countries: First litmus test for the potential of N2Africa
21.11.2016 41 3 Highlights from N2Africa in Rwanda
17.11.2016 41 4 Plant legumes heal the soil in Malawi
17.11.2016 41 5 Testing biological nitrogen fixation of soyabean in partnership with NCBA-CLUSA in Mozambique
17.11.2016 41 6 Mid-year 2016 report: Marketing and processing legumes in west Kenya
17.11.2016 41 7 BNF technology clearinghouse event in Kenya
17.11.2016 41 8 Harnessing N2Africa’s nurtured talents among lead farmers for cost-effective technology dissemination in Zimbabwe
17.11.2016 41 11 N2Africa website renewed
17.11.2016 41 14 Reports uploaded on the N2Africa website
17.11.2016 41 15 N2Africa in the news
17.11.2016 41 16 Related news
17.11.2016 41 17 Related newsletters
26.09.2016 40 1 Charlene McKoin and N2Africa
26.09.2016 40 2 Charlene McKoin in Ethiopia
08.09.2016 39 1 Introduction
08.09.2016 39 2 Dotting the i’s and crossing the t’s in Kenya
08.09.2016 39 3 Exploring the genetic diversity of groundnut-nodulating rhizobia in moist and dry savannas in Nigeria for increased symbiotic nitrogen fixation and productivity
08.09.2016 39 4 Genetic and symbiotic effectiveness of indigenous rhizobial strains and strategies to maximize the contribution of biological nitrogen fixation on soyabean in Mozambique
08.09.2016 39 5 Examining indigenous soyabean rhizobia populations for inoculant use in Zimbabwe
08.09.2016 39 6 Response of groundnut (Arachis hypogaea L.) varieties to rhizobia inoculation in the Sudan and northern Guinea savannas of Nigeria
08.09.2016 39 7 Assessment of improved cowpea varieties cultivated by women farmers in southern part of Borno State, Nigeria
08.09.2016 39 8 Comparing yields and some yield components of common bean from intercropping and rotations with maize in the northern highlands of Tanzania
08.09.2016 39 9 Co-design and implementation of improved climbing bean technologies in Uganda
08.09.2016 39 10 Common bean seed multiplication and isolation of rhizobia nodulating common bean in Ethiopia
08.09.2016 39 11 Genotype x Environment interaction in soyabean breeding under rhizobia inoculation in the savanna region of Nigeria
08.09.2016 39 12 Indigenous status of rhizobia in Nigeria: Does this aid its symbiotic performance with cowpea?
08.09.2016 39 13 Assessing the need for rhizobial inoculation of cowpea in Nigeria savannas
08.09.2016 39 14 Exploring options to enhance biological nitrogen fixation and yield of soyabean and common bean in smallholder farming systems in Rwanda
12.09.2016 39 15 Maize-grain legume intercropping: Ecological intensification to enhance resource use efficiency and crop productivity for smallholder farmers in northern Ghana
12.09.2016 39 16 Abundance and morphological characteristics of rhizobia nodulating common bean in Uganda
12.09.2016 39 17 Grain legume residues: Livestock fatteners’ most vital feed resource in northern Ghana
12.09.2016 39 18 Nutritional benefits of improved grain legume cultivation in Ghana and Kenya
23.08.2016 38 1 Introduction
22.08.2016 38 2 Obituary
22.08.2016 38 3 Thanks from youth farmers Nigeria
22.08.2016 38 4 N2Africa early impact survey across eight countries
22.08.2016 38 5 N2Africa legume varieties spread through communities through farmer-to-farmer diffusion
22.08.2016 38 6 N2Africa research design to manage factors affecting adoption of grain legume technologies
22.08.2016 38 7 PROIntensAfrica stakeholder workshops to identify priority areas for research in Kenya and Ghana; What role for legumes in sustainable agricultural intensification?
22.08.2016 38 8 First place prizes for WeRATE in Kenya - Trophies for ‘Best agro-based processing’ and ‘Best NGO exhibit’
18.08.2016 38 9 Recent publications from the Kenya action site
22.08.2016 38 10 Reports and other output uploaded on the N2Africa website
18.08.2016 38 11 Related publications
18.08.2016 38 12 Related newsletters
18.08.2016 38 13 Announcements
02.06.2016 37 1 Introduction
02.06.2016 37 2 Reflections on legume input supply chains from Louise Sperling
01.06.2016 37 3 Fully commercialized BNF technologies in Kenya
01.06.2016 37 4 Information plus … the journey towards sustainable change in legume technologies
01.06.2016 37 5 SAIRLA Sustainable Agricultural Intensification Research and Learning in Africa; Gender and the Legume Alliance: integrating multi-media communications approaches and input brokerage
01.06.2016 37 6 Smart partnership between soyabean seed and inoculant producers in Zimbabwe
01.06.2016 37 7 Issues of poor quality seed on the market heat up in Uganda
01.06.2016 37 8 Local seed businesses as an alternative route for seed access: Challenges faced in Uganda
01.06.2016 37 9 Reviving groundnut production with fertilizers and AflasafeTM in Tanzania
01.06.2016 37 11 Reports and other output uploaded on the N2Africa website
01.06.2016 37 12 Related publications
01.06.2016 37 13 Related news
01.06.2016 37 14 Announcement
21.04.2016 36 1 Introduction
21.04.2016 36 2 Reflections after the Pan-African Grain Legume & World Cowpea Conference in Zambia - A perspective on value chain partnerships from Rebbie Harawa (AGRA)
21.04.2016 36 3 A flavour of the N2Africa Annual Planning Meeting and field trip in Zimbabwe
21.04.2016 36 4 N2Africa key facts 2015 and learnings 2016
21.04.2016 36 5 N2Africa visiting the inoculant factory in Zimbabwe
21.04.2016 36 6 N2Africa agronomy trials and farmers’ recommendations in Tanzania
21.04.2016 36 7 Improving traditional storage systems of grain legume residues for livestock feeding in Ghana
21.04.2016 36 8 School Feeding Program in Ghana - Caterers and cooks enriching school meals with soyabean recipes
21.04.2016 36 9 Women’s position, dietary nutrient adequacy and nutritional status of children in Ghana
21.04.2016 36 10 The association between the diversity of crop production and nutritional indicators of rural households in Ghana
21.04.2016 36 11 An erratum of sorts
21.04.2016 36 12 N2Africa in the news
21.04.2016 36 14 Related publications
21.04.2016 36 15 Reports and other output uploaded on the N2Africa website
21.04.2016 36 16 Related newsletters
21.04.2016 36 17 Announcements
25.02.2016 35 1 Introduction
25.02.2016 35 2 Obituary
25.02.2016 35 3 Field visit in Ethiopia by the Project Director, BMGF and ILRI’s Director General Representative in Ethiopia
25.02.2016 35 4 Exploring variability and options for improving the feeding value of legume crop residues for ruminants in small-holder crop-livestock systems of Ethiopia
23.02.2016 35 5 Impact of P fertilizer and inoculant application on feed quality of grain legume residues for livestock in mixed crop-livestock production system in Ethiopia
23.02.2016 35 6 Finding niches for legumes in smallholder farming systems
23.02.2016 35 8 Third Annual Partners Review and Planning Workshop at ILRI-Ethiopia, Addis Ababa
23.02.2016 35 9 N2Africa project Nigeria: Reflections on 2015 Season
23.02.2016 35 10 CropLife Nigeria assesses contract sprayers in Borno State
22.02.2016 35 11 N2Africa Borno State: Youth Agripreneur activities
23.02.2016 35 12 IITA Special issue on Youth Agripreneurs
22.02.2016 35 13 NoduMax in 2015
22.02.2016 35 14 N2Africa in the news
22.02.2016 35 15 Publications
22.02.2016 35 16 Reports and other output uploaded on the N2Africa website
22.02.2016 35 17 Related newsletters
22.02.2016 35 18 Announcements
17.12.2015 34 1 Introduction
17.12.2015 34 2 N2Africa Learning loops 2.0. – faster data flows with tablets
17.12.2015 34 3 Borno’s women increasingly benefit from legume production.
17.12.2015 34 4 N2Africa publication: Understanding variability in soybean yield and response to P-fertilizer and rhizobium inoculants on farmers’ fields in northern Nigeria
17.12.2015 34 5 Publication on shelf-life of inoculants in the African Crop Science Journal
17.12.2015 34 6 N2Africa in the news
17.12.2015 34 7 Reports and other output uploaded on the N2Africa website
17.12.2015 34 8 Related newsletters
17.12.2015 34 9 Announcements
09.11.2015 33 1 Introduction
09.11.2015 33 2 On Public Private Partnerships and how they can learn about ‘The Market’
09.11.2015 33 3 Public-Private Partnerships (PPPs) for Sustainable Input Business: The Case of Menagesha Biotech Industry in Ethiopia
09.11.2015 33 4 N2Africa and Feed the Future Nigeria Livelihoods Project Partnership: A working collaboration
09.11.2015 33 5 Towards a public private partnership for grain legumes: A case of World Vision Uganda
09.11.2015 33 6 Tanzania Legume Alliance
09.11.2015 33 7 N2Africa D.R.C.: training farmers in agribusiness
09.11.2015 33 8 N2Africa holds workshop on data collection for university staff, students, extension workers
09.11.2015 33 9 N2Africa Pushes for Improved Soyabean Technologies at Malawi Agriculture Fair
09.11.2015 33 10 Kick-starting commercial soyabean farming with Teso Farmers in Busia, Kenya
09.11.2015 33 11 PhD update: Response of Groundnut varieties to Rhizobia inoculation in the Sudan and northern Guinea savannas of Nigeria
09.11.2015 33 12 Introducing Minke Stadler
09.11.2015 33 13 Message from Pamela Anderson, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation on the launch of AgriKnowledge
09.11.2015 33 14 N2Africa in the news
09.11.2015 33 15 N2Africa publications
09.11.2015 33 16 Reports uploaded on the N2Africa website
09.11.2015 33 17 Related publications
09.11.2015 33 18 Announcements
17.08.2015 32 1 Introduction
17.08.2015 32 2 Evaluation of competitiveness for nodulation of Phaseolus vulgaris L. in Kenyan rhizobial strains
17.08.2015 32 3 Progress Report on PhD Studies Aliyu Anchau; Topic: Exploring the Genetic Diversity of Groundnut-nodulating Rhizobia in Moist and Dry Savannas of Nigeria for increased Symbiotic Nitrogen Fixation and Productivity
17.08.2015 32 4 Genetic and Symbiotic Effectiveness of Indigenous Rhizobial Strains and Strategies to Maximize the Contribution of Biological Nitrogen Fixation on Soyabean in Mozambique
17.08.2015 32 5 Does the interaction of the indigenous and exotic rhizobia in contrasting Zimbabwean soil conditions result in superior isolates worthy of the inoculant strain title?
17.08.2015 32 6 Impact of Improved Cowpea Technology on Women Farmers in Southern Borno State, Nigeria.
17.08.2015 32 7 Studying the benefits of intensifying common bean cultivation on smallholder farms in the Northern Highlands of Tanzania
17.08.2015 32 8 Update on PhD research – Adoption and adaptation of improved climbing bean technologies in Uganda
17.08.2015 32 9 Legume genotypes x rhizobium strains interaction in common bean and chickpea
17.08.2015 32 10 Nigerian PhD Research update
17.08.2015 32 11 Exploring options to enhance biological nitrogen fixation and yield of soyabean and common bean in smallholder farming systems of Rwanda
17.08.2015 32 12 Effect of intercropping patterns on crop productivity across fields of different soil fertility in northern Guinea and Sudan savannah agroecological zones of Ghana
17.08.2015 32 13 Common bean and response to rhizobial strains on different soil types in Uganda
17.08.2015 32 14 Grain legume residues as a livestock feed resource for smallholders in northern Ghana
17.08.2015 32 15 Crowdsourcing for agricultural data collection
17.08.2015 32 16 What about N2Africa and the diet of this 2 year old Ghanaian girl Talata*? An update of my PhD research
17.08.2015 32 17 Introducing Mr Shakiru Quadri, Youth Agri-preneur Facilitator for N2Africa-Borno State
17.08.2015 32 18 N2Africa features as case study within the PROIntensAfrica project
17.08.2015 32 19 Other newsletters
09.07.2015 31 1 Introduction
09.07.2015 31 2 Foundation Officers Visit N2Africa Activities in northern Tanzania
09.07.2015 31 4 Introducing Ibironke Popoola
09.07.2015 31 4 Peter Thorne taking over N2Africa Advisory Committee tasks from Alan Duncan
09.07.2015 31 5 The missing link
09.07.2015 31 6 Leaving the mines for agriculture
09.07.2015 31 7 Do Ghanaian farmers produce what they need to eat?
09.07.2015 31 8 Improved access to tools and guidelines for data collection: Get that overview!
09.07.2015 31 9 N2Africa joins multi-stakeholder partnership to support soyabean sector development in Tanzania
09.07.2015 31 10 BIOFIX and LEGUMEFiX inoculant products now registered in Tanzania
09.07.2015 31 11 News from Legume Technology
09.07.2015 31 12 WeRATE R4D Platform Shines at the Agriculture Society of Kenya Kakamega Show
09.07.2015 31 13 Watch out for “Predatory Open Access Journals”!
09.07.2015 31 14 2016 PanAfrican & World Cowpea Conference Update
09.07.2015 31 14 Report uploaded on the N2Africa website
09.07.2015 31 15 Free online Summer course of the Future of Crop Production
09.07.2015 31 16 ADVANCE II Newsletter
09.07.2015 31 17 Humidtropics Newsletter April-June 2015
09.07.2015 31 18 ECOLEG: Ecosystemic Services Of Legumes In Agro-Ecosystems
09.07.2015 31 19 Tropical Soybean Information Portal and Soybean Innovation Lab (SIL) June Newsletter
19.05.2015 30 1 Introduction
18.05.2015 30 2 From field to feedback, an update on data flows within N2Africa
18.05.2015 30 3 Options for climbing bean cultivation in Uganda – A detailed farm characterization
18.05.2015 30 4 Cowpea fritters a new delicacy with N2Africa farmers in Zimbabwe
18.05.2015 30 5 Agriculture Field day exposes flaws and solutions
18.05.2015 30 6 N2Africa interventions that improve agricultural productivity in Malawi
18.05.2015 30 7 Expanding soyabean cultivation to Zambezi Valley in Mozambique
18.05.2015 30 8 Visit to Southern Highlands of Tanzania to strengthen partnership and explore areas of collaboration among soyabean value chain actors
18.05.2015 30 9 Improved Early Education N2Africa Style
19.05.2015 30 10 Hannah Boughton – a student studying for an MSc in Environmental Studies, Antioch University, New Hampshire, USA wrote to us “The N2Africa program was a great inspiration for me…
15.05.2015 30 11 MOOC Summercourse
15.05.2015 30 12 N2Africa in the news
15.05.2015 30 13 Reports uploaded on the N2Africa website
15.05.2015 30 15 ADVANCE II Newsletter
15.05.2015 30 16 IFDC training program “Linking Farmers to Markets in Africa"
15.05.2015 30 17 Legume Perspectives issue 6
09.03.2015 29 1 Introduction
06.03.2015 29 2 N2Africa Partnerships
06.03.2015 29 3 N2Africa-Ethiopia held its 2015 Annual Planning & the Public-Private Partnership (PPP) Validation Workshop
06.03.2015 29 4 2015 Annual planning workshop of N2Africa, Ghana
06.03.2015 29 5 Theory of change and planning workshop held for Uganda Partners
06.03.2015 29 6 MSc research in Kapchorwa district Uganda
06.03.2015 29 7 N2Africa-Ethiopia Conducted Gender Training Workshop with the aim of Mainstreaming Gender into Legume Value Chain
06.03.2015 29 8 Co-design of improved climbing bean technologies in Uganda and Tanzania
06.03.2015 29 9 Certificate granted to N2Africa for its roles and partnership in “research and development”
06.03.2015 29 10 N2Africa won an award as outstanding nutrition-sensitive scaling agriculture project!
06.03.2015 29 12 Ethiopian case study of adoption domains for N2africa published in the Atlas of African Agriculture Research and Development
06.03.2015 29 13 Cowpea-maize relay cropping. A method for sustainable agricultural intensification in northern Ghana?
06.03.2015 29 14 It’s all about beans... Rwanda even released a song
06.03.2015 29 15 IITA news on N2Africa activities in Tanzania
06.03.2015 29 16 Report Borno Youths training
06.03.2015 29 17 2016 PanAfrican & World Cowpea Conference
16.12.2014 28 2 Introduction
16.12.2014 28 3 Field visit during the N2Africa Annual Planning Meeting
16.12.2014 28 4 Finally N2Africa Master Plans are ready for use
16.12.2014 28 5 The use of tablets and Short Message System (SMS) for data collection: Demonstration from case study in N2Africa-Ethiopia
16.12.2014 28 6 Training Youths from Borno State, Nigeria on Agribusiness
16.12.2014 28 7 Effect of cattle manure, mineral fertilizer and Rhizobium inoculation on climbing bean production in Burera district, Rwanda
15.12.2014 28 8 N2Africa in the news
15.12.2014 28 9 Using the search function on the N2Africa website
15.12.2014 28 10 Product development of NoduMax soyabean inoculant continues
15.12.2014 28 11 Research prize for DR Congo at the 16th conference of African Association of Biological Nitrogen Fixation in Rabat Morocco
15.12.2014 28 12 N2Africa at the annual meeting of the CGIAR Consortium for Spatial Information
15.12.2014 28 13 Visit N2Africa Project Coordinator to DR Congo
11.12.2014 28 14 Soyabean grain yield and seed quality under rain fed conditions in Sierra Leone
11.12.2014 28 15 Integrated management of cowpea insect pests in Sierra Leone
11.12.2014 28 16 Autumn debate of the Wagenings Journalists’s cafe ‘the correct multimedia mix’
11.12.2014 28 17 New training materials
15.12.2014 28 18 International Conference on Building a New Generation of Agricultural Scientists” held at Kenyatta University, Nairobi-Kenya (1st - 5th December, 2014)
16.12.2014 28 19 MSc research in the Salima District, Malawi: Thesis report
30.09.2014 27 1 Introduction
29.09.2014 27 2 N2Africa Leadership Team & Country Coordinators gathered at WUR for Monitoring and Evaluation Workshop, 18-22 August 2014
29.09.2014 27 3 Exploring the use of tablets for data collection in N2Africa
29.09.2014 27 4 Update of N2Africa project activities in Ghana
25.09.2014 27 5 Update from Nigeria
25.09.2014 27 6 IITA Youth Agripreneurs and N2Africa flag off 3-week intensive training for Borno State youths (#SBYOUHT2014)
25.09.2014 27 7 N2Africa-Ethiopia, update on the season’s activities
25.09.2014 27 8 Uganda Progress
25.09.2014 27 9 Smallholder farmer’s brace for improved productivity of groundnut and market access in Uganda
25.09.2014 27 10 N2Africa and AfricaRice working to diversify and intensify the rice-based cropping systems of Kilombero valley in Tanzania
25.09.2014 27 11 N2Africa DRC forms more partnerships and continues Rhizobiology activities
25.09.2014 27 12 Results from demonstration plots on inoculation of climbing bean combined with different methods of staking. in Rwanda
25.09.2014 27 13 Kenya Update: Now operating within Tier 1
30.09.2014 27 14 Mozambique update
25.09.2014 27 15 Malawi, May – August 2014: Progress with implementation
25.09.2014 27 16 Experts advise the Malawian government to give grain legumes a central role in the Farm Input Subsidy Program
25.09.2014 27 17 Agricultural Shows and Nutrition workshops major activities during the off-season in Zimbabwe
25.09.2014 27 18 Article published: Soybean rust: A major threat to soybean production in Tanzania
30.09.2014 27 19 Maureen Waswa et al. article published: Identifying elite rhizobia for soybean (Glycine max) in Kenya
25.09.2014 27 20 Samuel Mutuma et al. article published: Smallholder farmers’ use and profitability of legume inoculants in western Kenya
25.09.2014 27 21 MSc research in the Usambara Mountains, Tanzania: Thesis reports
25.09.2014 27 22 Gender report available via the N2Africa website
14.07.2014 26 1 Introduction
14.07.2014 26 2 Obituary Rev. George Kivandah
14.07.2014 26 3 New Monitoring & Evaluation coordinator
14.07.2014 26 4 N2Africa ventures into Borno State, Nigeria
14.07.2014 26 5 N2Africa wins top prize in the Harvesting Nutrition Contest
14.07.2014 26 6 N2Africa Master Plans: Creating synergies in a decentralized initiative
14.07.2014 26 7 New extension materials ready!
07.07.2014 26 8 Review of conditioning factors and constraints to legume adoption and their management in Phase II of N2Africa
14.07.2014 26 9 NoduMax: a new legume inoculant in West Africa
14.07.2014 26 10 PhD story Michael Kermah: Exploring opportunities for sustainable intensification of grain legumes towards improving crop productivity, food security and livelihoods of smallholder farmers in northern Ghana
14.07.2014 26 11 Presenting the first six months report of Phase II
07.07.2014 26 12 Other N2Africa reports published recently
07.07.2014 26 13 Humidtropics conference
01.05.2014 25 1 Introduction
01.05.2014 25 2 Fred Kanampiu to join N2Africa as Project Coordinator
01.05.2014 25 3 N2Africa planning meeting for Tier 1 countries in Nairobi
01.05.2014 25 4 Introducing the Country Coordinators of the Tier 1 countries
01.05.2014 25 5 N2Africa/phase II DR Congo activities have already begun
01.05.2014 25 6 N2Africa Malawi
01.05.2014 25 7 N2Africa in Zimbabwe
01.05.2014 25 8 N2Africa in Mozambique
01.05.2014 25 9 Kenya update
01.05.2014 25 10 Rwanda update
01.05.2014 25 11 Exploring the genetic diversity of groundnut-nodulating rhizobia in moist and dry savannas of Nigeria for increased symbiotic nitrogen fixation and productivity
01.05.2014 25 12 Symbiotic effectiveness of indigenous Bradyrhizobium strains and strategies to maximize the contribution of Biological Nitrogen Fixation on soyabean in Mozambique
01.05.2014 25 13 Does the interaction of the indigenous and exotic rhizobia in contrasting Zimbabwean soil conditions result in superior individuals worthy of selection as inoculant strains
01.05.2014 25 14 Investigating Suboptimal Nitrogen Fixation in Phaseolus vulgaris
01.05.2014 25 15 Options to enhance biological nitrogen fixation by soyabean and common bean in smallholder farming systems of Rwanda
01.05.2014 25 16 The Scaling Seeds and Technologies Partnership: Opportunities for collaboration with N2Africa
01.05.2014 25 17 N2Africa-Ethiopia Annual Planning Workshop, 15- 16 April
01.05.2014 25 18 A quantitative food consumption survey of infants and young children in rural Ghana: a first step in linking agriculture and nutrition
30.04.2014 25 19 Launch meetings in the Core Countries
30.04.2014 25 20 Briefs on Innovation Platforms
11.03.2014 24 1 Introduction
11.03.2014 24 2 Introduction of new N2Africa coordinators
11.03.2014 24 3 Five N2Africa PhD Scholarships available
11.03.2014 24 4 N2Africa was officially launched in Uganda on January 16th
11.03.2014 24 5 N2Africa project launched in Tanzania in February
11.03.2014 24 6 Innovation Village about N2Africa in Tanzania
11.03.2014 24 7 N2Africa launch Ethiopia
11.03.2014 24 8 N2Africa Phase II Launch in Ghana
11.03.2014 24 9 Brief story of N2Africa Phase II launch in Nigeria
10.03.2014 24 10 N2Africa Phase II launched in DR Congo
10.03.2014 24 11 Murdoch University poster award 2013 for Aliyu Anchau Abdullahi
10.03.2014 24 12 MSc research Usambara Mountains, Tanzania: Continued story parts 3 and 4
11.03.2014 24 13 Africa Business Leadership Training Center offers online and distance learning certificate courses
04.03.2014 24 14 Literature study by the Virtual Fertilizer Research Center (VFRC)
18.12.2013 23 1 Introduction
09.12.2013 23 2 N2Africa position announcements
18.12.2013 23 3 MSc students doing field research in the Usambara Mountains, northern Tanzania
17.12.2013 23 4 From humble beginnings: LegumeTechnology UK Ltd.
17.12.2013 23 5 Some similarities between the development of the inoculant market in Uruguay and Africa
17.12.2013 23 6 Symbiotic effectiveness of indigenous Bradyrhizobia strains and strategies to maximize the contribution of Biological Nitrogen Fixation on soyabean in Mozambique
16.12.2013 23 7 Announcement 16th conference of the AABNF, 2-6 November 2014
29.10.2013 22 8 CADS partnership with N2Africa in Zimbabwe
29.10.2013 22 7 N2Africa Social Media Communications Strategy
29.10.2013 22 6 Early impacts of the N2Africa project
29.10.2013 22 5 Targeting legume technologies
29.10.2013 22 4 Rounding up Phase I of N2Africa, Hilton Nairobi, 4 November 2013
29.10.2013 22 3 N2Africa Phase II
29.10.2013 22 2 Message from Seattle
29.10.2013 22 1 Introduction
29.10.2013 22 1 STOP PRESS!!
28.10.2013 22 9 SG2000 partnership with N2Africa in Nigeria
28.10.2013 22 10 Drawing lessons from the variability in climbing bean productivity in Rwanda
28.10.2013 22 11 N2Africa proposes standards for inoculant quality
28.10.2013 22 12 MSc thesis on quality control of legume inoculant on bean and soyabean in East and Central Africa: Isaac Balume from DRC
28.10.2013 22 13 N2Africa and its impact on human nutrition
28.10.2013 22 14 SDSN report on Solutions for Sustainable Agriculture and Food Systems
28.10.2013 22 15 Announcement IFDC international training program
30.07.2013 21 1 Introduction
30.07.2013 21 2 N2Africa Writeshop, Wageningen, 21-24 May 2013
30.07.2013 21 2 Use of inoculants to improve soyabean yield and Biological Nitrogen Fixation in Malawi
30.07.2013 21 2 Going beyond PREA (Participatory Research and Extension Approach)
30.07.2013 21 2 N2Africa Ethiopia kick-off
30.07.2013 21 3 On-farm evaluation of the response of chickpea to inoculation and P fertilization in southern Ethiopia
30.07.2013 21 3 Hawassa University in Ethiopia identified effective strains for pulses
29.07.2013 21 4 Characterization reports Tanzania and Ethiopia available
29.07.2013 21 4 CRS convene stakeholders in soyabean sub-sector to discuss soyabean variety and seed issues in Tanzania
29.07.2013 21 5 New Autoclave installed at Legume Inoculant Factory in Marondera, Zimbabwe
29.07.2013 21 18 Farming systems course announcement
29.07.2013 21 17 Inoculating legumes: a practical guide. Grains Research & Development Corporation (GRDC)
29.07.2013 21 17 6th International Nitrogen Conference (N2013): ”Just Enough N: Perspectives on how to get there for “too much” and "too little" Regions”
29.07.2013 21 16 New International Course on Agriculture Nutrition Linkages
08.07.2013 20 2 Prem and COMPRO
08.07.2013 20 1 Prem Warrior and N2Africa
13.05.2013 19 1 Introduction
13.05.2013 19 2 Dr H. D. L. (Tom) Corby, 1913–2013
13.05.2013 19 2 Obituary announcement D.K.C. Dhiliwayo
13.05.2013 19 3 Triple layer hermitic bags is a potential solution to storage pests in Rwanda
13.05.2013 19 3 Women farmers engage in production and distribution of Soyabean seed in South Kivu, DR Congo
13.05.2013 19 3 Resignation from CIAT N2Africa DRC
13.05.2013 19 4 Activités de diffusion en masse et approche agriculture-élevage dans N2Africa au Sud Kivu
13.05.2013 19 4 Large-scale dissemination activities and integrated crop – livestock systems in N2Africa, South Kivu (translation of the French article above)
13.05.2013 19 6 Engineers meet scientists to design an inoculum plant
13.05.2013 19 6 Rhizobium inoculant production in the N2Africa soil microbiology laboratory at Kalambo in the Sud Kivu province, Democratic Republic of Congo
16.05.2013 19 6 Promising elite rhizobium strains from Kivu, DRC, isolated and tested
16.05.2013 19 16 Scientific seminar to discuss and present the outcomes of Phase I of N2Africa
13.05.2013 19 17 Conference announcements
13.05.2013 19 18 Bulletin of Tropical Legumes
01.03.2013 18 1 Introduction
01.03.2013 18 1 Obituary announcement
01.03.2013 18 2 N2Africa plans for 2013
01.03.2013 18 2 N2Africa Rhizobiology Activities at Kalambo, DR Congo
26.02.2013 18 3 Soya production: The Mozambique Experience
26.02.2013 18 3 N2Africa-ADVANCE partnership enhances soyabean-rhizobium inoculants technology dissemination – Part 2
25.02.2013 18 17 Conference announcement
26.02.2013 18 4 Planting time: a crucial management decision for the cultivation of soyabean in the humid tropics
26.02.2013 18 4 MFAGRO Farmers: A Stronger Voice in Vihiga County, Kenya
26.02.2013 18 4 N2 Africa starts activities in Uganda
25.02.2013 18 5 N2Africa Planning Workshop - Tanzania, 11-12 February 2011
25.02.2013 18 5 Learning from Farmer Managed Soyabean Trials in Kenya
25.02.2013 18 6 Limitations in the Production of Legume crops in Zimbabwe
25.02.2013 18 6 The Crawford Fund Master Class on Rhizobiology
25.02.2013 18 16 MSc, BSC, Internship reports freely available on the N2Africa internet
25.02.2013 18 8 January 2013 episode of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation podcast “Inside the Gates”
25.02.2013 18 17 Links to video on women in extension
19.12.2012 17 1 Introduction
19.12.2012 17 2 Impressions from the project coordinator of his visits to the countries where N2Africa is implemented
18.12.2012 17 3 N2Africa-ADVANCE partnership enhances soyabean-rhizobium inoculants technology dissemination – Part 1
18.12.2012 17 4 Legumes varietal selection is critical for effective marketing: Case study for Mudzi and Guruve districts of Zimbabwe
18.12.2012 17 5 Kenyan Farmer Delegation Generates Understanding and Good Will
18.12.2012 17 5 Soyabean Processing Windfall in West Kenya
16.11.2012 16 1 Introduction
13.11.2012 16 2 N2Africa representation at the Integrated Soil Fertility Management in Africa: from microbes to markets Conference, Nairobi 2012
13.11.2012 16 2 Honing in on Dissemination and Delivery (D&D) as a research theme
15.11.2012 16 3 Exploring opportunities for N2Africa in Tanzania
15.11.2012 16 3 Biologial Nitrogen Fixation - N2Africa in DR Congo “ from despair to hope”
13.11.2012 16 4 N2Africa project offers hope for Sierra Leone farmers
13.11.2012 16 4 It was worth the ride: A Transcription of Partner’s Visit to N2Africa Liberia Project Site
13.11.2012 16 5 Greenhouse commissioning and commencement of greenhouse work in Zimbabwe
12.11.2012 16 6 Announcement Pedometrics 2013 conference in Nairobi
12.11.2012 16 6 Announcement First International Conference on Global Food Security
28.08.2012 15 1 Introduction
28.08.2012 15 1 Julieta Mario and her mother Carlota Sabonete – Leading N2Africa Farmers in Mozambique
31.08.2012 15 2 Latest Exposure
31.08.2012 15 2 Monkey Business
28.08.2012 15 3 Malawi’s President Joyce Banda meets N2Africa
28.08.2012 15 5 Ilse de Jager introducing a new discipline into the N2Africa project
28.08.2012 15 5 N2Africa Project Offers Hope For Sierra Leone Farmers
28.08.2012 15 5 Role model farmer shows a way for adoption of legume technologies in Western Kenya
28.08.2012 15 6 Conference announcements
28.08.2012 15 6 TechnoServe Edition 9 of the Boletim Soja
28.08.2012 15 6 Link to New Agriculturist: Perspective Ken Giller
02.07.2012 14 1 Introduction
02.07.2012 14 2 Alastair Simmons, N2Africa’s Communication, Knowledge and Project Management Officer and currently the acting Project Coordinator, comments on the project moving forward
12.06.2012 14 3 Towards getting more legumes in smallholder farms of Western Kenya
02.07.2012 14 2 N2Africa Malawi bids farewell to Joseph Mhango
12.06.2012 14 3 Exploring potential of tillage methods on combating mid-season drought in soybean in West Kenya
12.06.2012 14 3 Kenyan Outreach Update: Breakthroughs in many areas
12.06.2012 14 4 News from DRC
12.06.2012 14 4 N2Africa complementing “One Cow for Poor Family” Program in Rwanda
12.06.2012 14 4 N2Africa research meeting – Zimbabwe
02.07.2012 14 5 Voices from the field
02.07.2012 14 5 Comment peut être la journée ordinaire d’un partenaire de N2Africa? / What does an N2Africa participant do on a “normal N2Africa day”
02.07.2012 14 5 ISFM Conference
02.07.2012 14 5 The African Soil Health Consortium
17.04.2012 13 1 Introduction
17.04.2012 13 1 N2Africa featured in Nature
17.04.2012 13 1 Genetically modified soyabean: a viable option for smallholders in Africa?
17.04.2012 13 2 N2Uganda
17.04.2012 13 2 Legume production in Zimbabwe: An update
17.04.2012 13 3 Will the dry bones live again? Insights from the N2Africa/IFAD field day in Mudzi district, Zimbabwe.
17.04.2012 13 3 Forage legumes in Zimbabwe – a brief summary
14.04.2012 13 4 George Mkhwamba – One of N2Africa’s Leading Farmers in Malawi
14.04.2012 13 5 IITA extends N2Africa to Sierra Leone
17.04.2012 13 5 See to my strain
14.04.2012 13 6 Progress N2Africa in Ethiopia
23.02.2012 12 1 Kenton Dashiell is moving on
23.02.2012 12 1 Introduction
23.02.2012 12 1 An update on M&E within N2Africa
24.02.2012 12 2 Establishment of rhizobial inoculant production factories in Africa
24.02.2012 12 2 Time for innovation and change
23.02.2012 12 4 Greta van den Brand joined the N2Africa team in Wageningen
24.02.2012 12 4 N2Africa – Guidelines for Co-authorship of Publications
21.02.2012 12 6 TLII Report: Tropical Grain Legumes in Africa and South Asia
23.02.2012 12 6 Barriers to seed trade between COMESA countries lifted
23.02.2012 12 6 International conference Integrated Soil Fertility Management in Africa: From Microbes to Markets (ISFM Africa)
22.12.2011 11 1 Introduction
22.12.2011 11 2 N2Africa Nigeria hosts Bill Gates
22.12.2011 11 3 Extending N2Africa Activities in DRC, Liberia and Sierra Leone through a grant from the Howard G. Buffet Foundation
22.12.2011 11 4 Supplementary Grant to N2Africa from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation
22.12.2011 11 5 New people joined the N2Africa project team in Wageningen
22.12.2011 11 6 Human capacity building project on legume sciences
22.12.2011 11 6 Meeting on N2Africa project finances at Wageningen
31.10.2011 10 1 N2Africa develops best-fit agronomic practices for grain legumes in Africa
31.10.2011 10 2 Soybeans responds to rhizobium inoculation in DR Congo
31.10.2011 10 5 Lessons learned and way forward in N2Africa’s agronomy work
31.10.2011 10 2 Adaptive research to understand bean production niches in Western Kenya
31.10.2011 10 3 Agronomy trials in Zimbabwe: results achieved and the way forward
31.10.2011 10 4 Inoculation and staking systems of climbing bean in Kenya
31.10.2011 10 1 Introduction
26.09.2011 9 2 Progress in soyabean marketing by N2Africa in Kenya
26.09.2011 9 2 Major players of grain legume value chain in Nigeria identified
26.09.2011 9 2 Linking farmers to markets: Experiences from groundnuts farmers in Mudzi district, Zimbabwe
26.09.2011 9 3 Putting Nitrogen Fixation to Work for Smallholder Farmers in Africa: Rapid Appraisal Value Chain Surveys in Rwanda and South Kivu, DRC
26.09.2011 9 3 Rural farmers display value added products at Processed Products Fair, Harare, Zimbabwe
26.09.2011 9 3 La diffusion des variétés améliorées pour l’amélioration des condition de vie des agriculteurs au Sud Kivu
26.09.2011 9 4 N2Africa participates in the eighth National Agriculture Fair
26.09.2011 9 4 Promoting market linkages between N2Africa farmers and legume buyers in Malawi
29.09.2011 9 4 Response to WOCAN report ‘Enhancing gender responsiveness in Putting Nitrogen to Work for Smallholder Farmers in Africa (N2Africa)’
29.09.2011 9 4 Gender research in N2Africa - going beyond target numbers for reaching women
26.09.2011 9 5 Rhizobial Bio-prospecting in East and Central Africa
26.09.2011 9 7 Video from Cote d’Ivoire by Adako Moudiongui
29.09.2011 9 1 Introduction
29.08.2011 8 2 N2Africa enhancing laboratory capacity in Africa
29.08.2011 8 3 N2AFRICA Rhizobiology Activities at ISAR, Rwanda: June 2011
29.08.2011 8 4 Legume Inoculant Technology and Quality Control Procedures Workshop
29.08.2011 8 5 Emerging challenges in cross-border movement of inoculants in sub-Saharan Africa
29.08.2011 8 6 N2Africa consultant visits the inoculant factory at Marondera, Zimbabwe
29.08.2011 8 6 N2Africa goes global in search for high quality inoculants
29.08.2011 8 6 Inoculation and fertilizer blending affects nodulation of climbing bean and soyabean in Kenya
16.08.2011 8 8 Sharing highlights from the revised Agricultural Development strategy of the Bill& Melinda Gates Foundation
29.08.2011 8 6 Samson Foli on working visit to Nigeria
29.08.2011 8 9 The value of Inoculants
29.08.2011 8 10 Soyabean best practices checklist in English and Swahili
29.08.2011 8 1 Introduction
04.07.2011 7 2 Research, dissemination and monitoring and evaluation teams to work together to understand applicability of N2Africa technologies in heterogeneous conditions of smallholder farmers
18.07.2011 7 4 Detailed farm characterisations to explore the adoption potential of grain legumes in Malawi
18.07.2011 7 3 Gender research in N2Africa - going beyond target numbers for reaching women
19.07.2011 7 5 Understanding the role of legumes and their significance in Biological Nitrogen Fixation (BNF) in smallholder farming systems of Zimbabwe
18.07.2011 7 1 Introduction
19.07.2011 7 6 Boletim Informativo SOJA - nr.3
19.05.2011 6 2 N2Africa communication
09.05.2011 6 5 Field days in Malawi
09.05.2011 6 4 Rapport de la formation sur les droits de la femme en matiere d’acces a la propriete fonciere et aux autres ressorces liees a la terre, par COCOF dans le cadre du projet N2Africa
09.05.2011 6 6 Field Days in Zimbabwe
09.05.2011 6 3 Participatory evaluation of an agronomic trial, a farmer field day organized by Development Rural Durable (DRD)
09.05.2011 6 8 Dissemination Update from West Kenya
09.05.2011 6 11 Nigeria Holds Annual Planning Meeting
09.05.2011 6 10 N2Africa Ghana Planning Meeting Held
09.05.2011 6 9 In Zimbabwe, Isaac Chabata has recently joined the N2Africa team as Farm Liaison Officer.
09.05.2011 6 12 TechnoServe Boletim Informativo Soja-nr.2
09.05.2011 6 7 N2Africa partnering with ISFM
09.05.2011 6 1 Introduction
31.03.2011 5 1 Annual N2Africa Planning Meeting in Harare
31.03.2011 5 1 Rhizobiology Manual Almost Ready
31.03.2011 5 2 Results from the N2Africa baseline survey in East and Central Africa
31.03.2011 5 2 Soyabean inoculation responses from the 2010 season in West Africa
21.03.2011 5 6 CIALCA and CGIAR Consortium Research Programme on the Humid Tropics announce a Conference on the 'Challenges and Opportunities for Agricultural Intensification of the Humid Highland Systems', Kigali Rwanda 24-27 October 2011
31.03.2011 5 3 Ensuring of understanding the status of value chains of our four major crops
31.03.2011 5 4 Zimbabwe farmers growing soybean
31.03.2011 5 5 TL-II and improved bean varieties
27.01.2011 4 5 More staff have joined the N2Africa team in West Africa
31.01.2011 4 2 Inoculation increases farmers’ soyabean yields in East and Central Africa
27.01.2011 4 5 N2Africa West Africa hub holds laboratory training in rhizobiology skills
31.01.2011 4 4 Trying to understand how farmers grow beans in Rwanda
27.01.2011 4 8 N2Africa kicks-off planting season in Malawi
01.02.2011 4 3 Partners of N2Africa in Rwanda
01.02.2011 4 3 Activities for N2Africa in the DRC from February 2010 until February 2011
01.02.2011 4 1 Introduction
23.12.2010 3 2 N2Africa moving to scale in 2011
23.12.2010 3 1 First year of the project
23.12.2010 3 3 The 15th African Association of Biological Nitrogen Fixation Conference to be held in Nairobi
23.12.2010 3 4 Call for news items for the N2Africa Podcaster
03.11.2010 2 6 Farmer to farmer learning
16.11.2010 2 1 N2Africa Newsletter named the N2Africa Podcaster
25.11.2010 2 1 “Black medicine” in West Africa
10.08.2010 2 3 EMBRAPA, Brazil to support N2Africa
10.08.2010 2 4 Rust resistant varieties of soyabean bred by Seed Co in Zimbabwe
02.11.2010 2 5 Training of Trainers in Zimbabwe
02.11.2010 2 6 Training of Trainers in Malawi
02.11.2010 2 7 Detailed farm analyses for ex-ante impact assessment of N2Africa technologies have started
29.11.2010 2 8 Sad News
29.11.2010 2 10 Advanced Course on Nitrogen Fixation held together with Wageningen University Graduate Schools
02.11.2010 2 2 Training: advancing Technical Skills in Rhizobiology and MSc and PhD Fellowships
16.11.2010 2 9 N2Africa featured in New Agriculturalist
15.07.2010 1 2 News from East and Central Africa
22.07.2010 1 5 N2Africa Planning Meeting – Zimbabwe, 14-15 June 2010
15.07.2010 1 4 Capacity Building and Training
25.07.2010 1 2 Name Competition
15.07.2010 1 1 All systems go!!!
28.06.2010 1 3 Wageningen University Launches Project To Improve Food Production and Soil Fertility in Africa (the initial press release of N2Africa)
23.06.2016 1 2 Nice weather all year round
19.05.2010 1 7 REAL RESULTS, RIGHT NOW
04.04.2012 N2Africa Video : Development to research to transformation - Malawi March 2012
01.06.2015 UPDATE: "Future Food Production: Crops" offered as SUMMER COURSE
14.11.2011 Second Announcement Conference: Integrated Soil Fertility Management in Africa: From Microbes to Markets (ISFM Africa). Nairobi, Kenya from 22-27 October 2012. (Updated 24 April 2012)
16.03.2012 Job Opening at CIAT: Research Coordinator for the N2Africa Project