THE CROPS RESEARCH INSTITUTE (CRI) OF THE COUNCIL FOR SCIENTIFIC AND INDUSTRIAL RESEARCH (CSIR) GHANA ANNOUNCES AN MPHIL PLANT BREEDING AND BIOTECHNOLOGY PROGRAMME IN AUGUST/SEPTEMBER 2016

 

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The CSIR-Crops Research Institute, one of the 13 Institutes of the Council for Scientific and Industrial Research announces an MPhil Plant Breeding and Biotechnology programme in August/September, 2016

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FOOD FAIR ORGANIZED BY CSIR-CROPS RESEARCH INSTITUTE AND PARTNERS

Vitamin A deficiency (VAD) has been a public health concern in developing countries including Ghana. Strategies to control VAD include dietary diversification, biofortification and vitamin A supplementation. Dietary diversification which involves utilization of beta-carotene-rich crops such as orange-fleshed sweetpotato (OFSP), yellow cassava and yellow maize has been the cheapest means of alleviating VAD.

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WAAPP-NCoS GHANA REGIONAL CONFERENCE, 2016

West Africa Agricultural Productivity Programme (Waapp-Ghana) National Centre of Specialization on Root and Tuber Crops Regional Conference.Theme: Research in Root and Tuber Crops Value Chain Development: The Hope for Food Security in the ECOWAS Sub Region. Date 1st to 7th May, 2016 at CSIR-Crops Research Institute, Fumesua-Kumasi, Ghana.

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The Crops Research Institute (Cri) Of the Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (Csir) Ghana Presents Short-Term Training Courses For 2016

The CSIR-Crops Research Institute, one of the 13 Institutes of the Council for Scientific and Industrial Research announces a series of short-term training courses which can be freely accessed through its website www.cropsresearch.org. The Institute’s mission is to develop and disseminate demand-driven technologies and build capacity for sustainable food and industrial crops productivity to enhance livelihoods.

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