The eagerly awaited registration of AfasafeTZ by the Tropical Pesticides Research Institute in Tanzania has been finalized. This paves the way for the local manufacturing and commercialization of this natural, safe, and effective technology that reduces aflatoxin contamination in foods and feeds by over 80% and its associated risks to the health and lives of human beings and livestock, and negative impact on trade and incomes of smallholder farmers.
This is a rice growing field. In between the rice growing seasons, farmers often grow legumes but due to the limited rainfall they do not do well.
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Two people from the same village—Prof Denis Mukwege, the co-recipient of the 2018 Nobel Peace Prize, and Dr Nteranya Sanginga, Director General of IITA—that received the 2018 Africa Food Prize, are dedicated to helping 6 million victims of sexual violence in DR Congo.
Between 17 and 19 October, the World Food Prize was awarded in Des Moines, Iowa, USA.