Africa RISING Tanzania - IPM of vegetables

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Created Tuesday 9th of February, 2016
Last updated Thursday 5th of July, 2018
Dataset type Non-spatial
Abstract pest and disease incidence
Principal investigator Victor Afari-Sefa
Principal investigator email victor.afari-sefa@worldveg.org
Other researchers involved Danny Coyne
Contact person Danny Coyne
Contact email d.coyne@cgiar.org
Custodian Danny Coyne
Custodian email d.coyne@cgiar.org, b.haile@cgiar.org
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Data collected from 01/11/2015
Data collected to 31/12/2015
Availability date 09/02/2016
License Creative Commons Attribution
Release of confidential data? Yes
Consent obtained? No
Intellectual Property Ownership access to raw data - depersonalized
Citation Victor Afari-Sefa, Danny Coyne (2016). Africa RISING Tanzania - IPM of vegetables. access to raw data - depersonalized. Available at http://data.ilir.org/portal/dataset/africa-rising-tanzania-ipm-of-vegetables, retrieved on (add date here)

Project metadata

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Project title Africa RISING
Project abstract The aim of the Africa RISING project in Kongwa and Kiteto Districts, Tanzania is to provide a scientific basis for sustainably intensifying agricultural production in semi-arid areas of central Tanzania. The project activities are falls under 4 thematic areas that address three critical elements of sustainable intensification (SI), i.e. genetic, ecological and socio-economic intensification technologies. The scope of activities being implemented include: packaging of new legume and cereal varieties with over 120% yield advantage, packaging and validation of integrated productivity enhancing technologies for cereals, legumes, legume trees and soil health technologies, food safety primarily to reduce aflatoxin contamination and integration of livestock into the cropping systems. The innovation platform is used to set R4D priority in the action sites. In the 2013-2014 season, we reached out to about 1217 farmers Kongwa and Kiteto districts. In 2014 we plan to reach out to about 1500 new farmers. The project team is comprised of national partners (e.g. ARI-Hombolo, District Agricultural Officers, SUA and UDOM) and CG Partners (CIMMYT and ICRAF) under the leadership of ICRISAT.
Project website http://africa-rising.net/
Donor United States Agency for International Development
Partners ARI-Hombolo,UDOM, ICRAF, ICRISAT and SUA
Start date 5/1/2012
End date 9/30/2016
Principal investigator Victor Afari-Sefa
Other staff involved Danny Coyne
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