Vital Signs

AfrII Chairman Prof. Otim-Nape and Vital Signs Executive Director Sandy Andelman hand over a new atlas of Uganda to the Ministerof Agriculture, Animal Industry and Fisheries, Hon. Tress Bucyanayandi at a meeting to introduce the Uganda chapter of the Vital Signs project.

Officials from the Gates Foundation, Natural Resources Institute of Greenwich University, Federal University of Nigeria in Abeokuta and partner organisations from Malawi, Tanzania, Uganda and Ghana during the inaugural annual review and planning meeting for the CAVA II project in Kampala.

Members of Basoka kwavula farmer group in Nabiswera sub county, Nakasongola district weighing hybrid cumborough pigs that the group are raising using Fermented Technology with support from the “Securing Livelihoods in the Cattle Corridor” project. Looking on is the AfrII Chairman, Prof. Otim-Nape

AfrII staff and bakers from Children of Hope and Destiny bakery display confectionery products prepared using varied ratios of High Quality Cassava Flour after a baking trial facilitated through the “Cassava Adding Value for Africa” project.

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