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Banana and rubber tax to fund research in Côte d'Ivoire

Sales taxes on dessert bananas and rubber will be used to fund agricultural research, the Ivorian government has …


France launches US$12 million tech transfer project

A project launched by French research bodies aims to promote technological growth in developing countries and …


West African science media forum to 'stir development'

A newly created forum for West African science journalists aims to enhance regional science coverage and stimulate …


Climate forecasts boosted West African floods response

The use of climate forecasting in an 'early warning, early action' strategy in West Africa boosted relief for …


Ivorian researchers and government unite to fortify R&D

Côte d'Ivoire has published a policy document for scientific research that outlines plans for invigorating …


Africa and Brazil to share cotton know-how

Research hubs in Africa and Brazil have identified opportunities for exchanging of agricultural expertise for …


Ivorian agricultural scientists open up their research

A shared platform for disseminating research results hopes to enable Ivorian researchers to communicate more …


Senegal and Pakistan collaborate on remote sensing

Senegal is stepping up its space research collaboration with Pakistan to increase food security in the drought-hit …


Rural dwellers must adapt to climate change, says workshop

Climate change adaptation measures and sensitisation training are essential to life in rural Côte d'Ivoire, …


Africa 'needs to do more to boost innovation'

Africa and Europe should work together to make sure that Africa can stimulate innovation, a conference has heard.


Development focus for Côte-d'Ivoire research fund

Young researchers in Côte-d'Ivoire are to benefit from new research funds targeting projects in sustainable …


Gene bank research back on track in post-conflict Côte-d'Ivoire

Côte-d'Ivoire has recommenced the collection of genetic food crop resources, now the country's political …


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