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Title: Putting nitrogen fixation to work for smallholder farmers in Africa
Authors: Woomer, Paul
Franke, Linus
de Wolf, Judith
Turner, Anne
Simmons, Alastair
Baijukya, Freddie
Boahen, Steve
Jemo, Martin
Dianda, Mahamadi
Abaidoo, Robert
Ronner, Esther
Musyoka, John
Giller, Ken
Issue Date: 31-Jul-2012
Publisher: N2Africa
Citation: N2Africa; N2Africa Project Progress Report Month 30 31 July 2012
Abstract: Although the N2Africa project was approved in September 2009, field activities began during 2010. This report summarizes progress to date. Detailed overviews of specific actions and activities can be found in the numerous milestone reports, protocols and MSc theses that are available on the N2Africa website. A supplementary grant was approved in December 2011 to extend research and monitoring and evaluation (M&E) activities in all eight current countries where N2Africa is active and to allow the exploration of possibilities to extend N2Africa to three new countries: Ethiopia, Tanzania and Uganda. In previous N2Africa reports, achievements within individual countries were nested into a review of milestones due within each reporting interval. As this current report relies more upon a summary inventory of all program milestones (Tables 1 to 5), it is fitting that a short description of country-level actions in DR Congo, Ghana, Kenya, Malawi, Mozambique, Nigeria, Rwanda and Zimbabwe be given first
Description: An article published by N2Africa; N2Africa Project Progress Report Month 30; 31 July 2012
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/9776
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