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Proceedings of The Third Workshop On Sustainable Horticultural Production in The Tropics 26th To 29th November 2003, Maseno University (MSU) Maseno-Kenya
(DAAD-German Academic Exchange Services, 2003)
African Indigenous Vegetables (AIV s) are an important part of farming and consumption systems throughout Africa and are crucial for food security particularly during famine and natural disasters. They are easy to grow, ...
Upscale Kick-Off Conference Proceedings 23rd To 26th November 2020, Kisumu Hotel Maseno University (MU) Kisumu-Kenya
UPSCALE conducted its kick-off conference virtually, coordinatedfrom Maseno University’s (MU) Kisumu Hotel, where a total of 64participants logged in successfully through an online conference link,together with 24 in-person ...
Proceedings of Uganda National MAC Meeting Mum’s Resort Hotel, Uganda 18th – 19th February/2021
Work Package 1 (WP1) though MACs’ activities as creation of synergies, mapping out the value chain, building networks supporting advocacy, and Identifying ‘best practices’ for transformative transdisciplinary research, ...
Report on Identity and Structure of MACs July/2021
Multi-Actor Communities of Practice (MACs) in the UPSCALE project form the foundation for transdisciplinary research and technology innovation. This report provides information on the process of identification of the ...
Addressing Current and Emerging Threats to Crops in the Democratic Republic of Congo and Kenya: A Collaborative and Interdisciplinary Approach
(Maseno University, 2022-05-24)
Maseno University was granted a sub-award by University of Maryland Eastern Shore to investigate the research titled “Addressing Current and Emerging Threats to Crops in the Democratic Republic of Congo and Kenya: A ...
1890 CAPACITY BUILDING GRANT (2021-22): Building Capacity across 1890 Land-Grant Universities to Enhance Student Learning and Community Engagement in Global food security and Environmental Health
(Maseno University, 2022-06-24)
The objective is to enhance faculty and students’ teaching, research, and extension capacity to address global food security challenges in Kenya and DRC; and train a globally competitive workforce at the 1890 institutions