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

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21.11.2014 | News

Call: Young Scientists Networking Conference on Integrated Science

The International Social Science Council and the International Council for Science are planning to assemble a group of early career researchers with diverse backgrounds and research perspectives to reflect on Future Sustainability and the role of Science

21.11.2014 | Events

Auf dem Weg in eine nachhaltige Zukunft: Die Post-2015 Agenda und die Schweiz

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26.11.14 | Bern, Switzerland

Anlass organisiert von der DEZA

21.11.2014 | Jobs

Country Director - Switzerland

CABI, Delémont, Switzerland. Deadline: 04.01.2015

21.11.2014 | Jobs

Maize Pathologist for Latin America

International Maize and Wheat Improvement Center (CIMMYT), Mexico City, Mexico. Deadline: 31.12.2014

21.11.2014 | Jobs

Project Development Officer

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CABI, Rawalpindi, Pakistan. Deadline: 19.12.2014

21.11.2014 | Jobs


Welthungerhilfe, Bamako, Mali. Deadline: 30.11.2014

21.11.2014 | Jobs

Project Leader – Opportunities for Youth Employment

SNV Netherlands Development Organisation, Tete, Mozambique. Deadline: 30.11.2014


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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

SFIAR Interview

"Agro-ecology is a working solution and if we manage to empower people and provide them with knowledge and the proper tools and resources the results can be amazing."
Fabio Leippert


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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