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06:39 AM Apr 24

What’s Happening @ B4FA

B4FA Media Fellows at St. Edmund's College, Cambridge, By Julia Vitullo-Martin

B4FA Week in Review – 16 April 2014

As part of the culmination of B4FA’s three-year programme, B4FA welcomed eighteen African journalists from our four focus countries – Ghana, Nigeria, Tanzania and Uganda – to London and Cambridge last week.  In addition, the leaders of thirteen projects funded by the John Templeton Foundation joined the journalists to discuss their …

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By Julia Vitullo-Martin

B4FA welcomes African journalists and senior academicians to UK

As part of the culmination of B4FA’s three-year programme, B4FA welcomed eighteen African journalists from our four focus countries – Ghana, Nigeria, Tanzania and Uganda – to London and Cambridge for one week.  In addition, the leaders of thirteen projects funded by the John Templeton Foundation joined the journalists to …

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African small farmers teaching eachother

Will trade barriers prevent the adoption of GM crops in Africa?

The latest Viewpoints essay on trade and GM crops in Africa.  John Komen and David Wafula analyse the current situation for GM crops in global trade and the implications for African exports to Europe, for example.Interestingly, they highlight that European countries are not entirely anti-GM, nor are they ‘GM free’. …

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