Extension officers and farmers in Tanzania dicuss IPM of tomato (Photo: Stefan Toepfer)

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31.10.2014 | News

Eight new r4d projects approved

the funding decisions for the thematic research modules "Ecosystems" and "Food Security" have been made within the "Swiss Programme for Research on Global Issues for Development"; the descriptions of the new r4d projects are available on the r4d website


31.10.2014 | Jobs

Invitation for Proposal: External Evaluation

CGIAR Research Program on Dryland Systems , Deadline: 30.11.2014


31.10.2014 | Jobs

Fachkraft für Landwirtschaft

Welthungerhilfe, Bangui, Central African Republic. Deadline: 09.11.2014


31.10.2014 | Jobs

Chief Technical Advisor

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FAO, Dhaka, Bangladesh. Deadline: 21.11.2014


31.10.2014 | Jobs

Technical Officer (Protracted Crisis)

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FAO Agricultural Development Economics Division, Rome, Italy. Deadline: 11.11.2014


27.10.2014 | Events

10 Jahre freiwillige Leitlinien zm Recht auf Nahrung

11.11.14 | Berlin, Germany

organized by Brot für die Welt


27.10.2014 | Jobs

Berater/in Implementierung "small scale sustainable business model"

Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) , Chipata, Sambia . Deadline: 10.11.2014


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Winners SFIAR Award 2014

Winners SFIAR Award 2014: Gurbir Singh Bhullar (FiBL, formerly ETH) and Angela Deppeler (HAFL)

Gurbir Singh Bhullar (FiBL, formerly ETH) and Angela Deppeler (HAFL) have won the SFIAR Award 2014
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The Swiss Forum for International Agricultural Research (SFIAR) is an informal multi-stakeholder group of Swiss institutions and private individuals interested in agricultural research for developing countries... [more]

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