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

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Event - added on 30.08.2016

Podiumsdiskussion über Risiken und Chancen bei der Produktion von Soja.

11.11.16 | Zürich, Switzerland

Event - added on 30.08.2016

4th Brazil Africa Forum - strategies for the development of agriculture in Brazil and Africa

03.11.16 to 04.11.16 | Foz do Iguaçu - Brazil

organized by the Instituto Brasil África

Event - added on 30.08.2016

Sourcing Organic from Ukraine 2016

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25.10.16 to 26.10.16 | Frankfurt a.M., Germany

organized by Forschungsinstitut für biologischen Landbau (FiBL) and AFC Consultants International

Job - added on 30.08.2016

Experte/Expertin für Fortbildungen und Kapazitätsaufbau

AFC Consultants International, Ghana. Deadline: 12.09.2016

Job - added on 30.08.2016

Juniorfachkraft für die Schnittstelle Produzenten - Abnehmer in der SADA Region

AFC Consultants International, Ghana. Deadline: 12.09.2016

Job - added on 30.08.2016

Teamleiter / Teamleiterin

AFC Consultants International, Accra, Ghana. Deadline: 12.09.2016

Job - added on 30.08.2016

Consultant (m/f) for Agriculture and Rural Development in our Europe, Middle East, North Africa (EMENA) Department (Hamburg)

GFA Consulting Group , Hamburg, Germany. Deadline: 18.09.2016


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