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CBSD Information Sheet ASARECA

Describes Cassava Brown Streak Disease (CBSD), what causes it, how to recognise CBSD, current control measures for CBSD

lablab for feeding dairy cows ASARECA

Establishment and management of lablab for feeding dairy cows

Important ticks in Eastern and Central Africa ASARECA

Important ticks in Eastern and Central Africa, their survival mechanisms and effect

Milk and dairy products ASARECA

Most  Sub-Saharan  countries  including  those  in the ASARECA  region  are  net  importers  of  dairy products.   Most   products   are   imported   from Europe and South Africa. 

Quality Protein Maize - the crop of hope ASARECA

These new varieties of maize can significantly contribute to better nutrition, improved health, incomes and livelihoods, especially in rural communities.

Tick management and control ASARECA

Tick management and control, What Farmers Need to Know.

Ustawishaji ASARECA

[SWAHILI] Ustawishaji, utunzaji na utumiaji wa malisho bora ya mifugo

Napier Stunt Disease Management in Uganda ASARECA

Napier grass production is threatened by the emergence of Napier stunt disease causing serious economic loss in the smallholder dairy industry.

Knowledge Management and Upscaling Programme Highlights ASARECA

Since it started operations in 2009, the programme has been promoting proven technologies and innovations to improve livelihoods of diverse communities in Eastern and Central Africa. 

ASARECA Gender Mainstreaming ASARECA

We want a world where inequality based on class, gender, and race is absent in every country, and from the relationships among countries..

Beef products in East and Central Africa ASARECA

Quality and safety of small scale beef products in East and Central Africa.

Natural Resources Management and Biodiversity ASARECA

In response to the above challenges, the Natural Resource Management and Biodiversity Programme has, in a consultative manner, identified strategic interventions to promote the use of appropriate technologies and innovations in management of the sub-region,s natural capital. The key strategic interventions are....

Agrobiodiversity and Biotechnology Programme ASARECA

Since 2008, the programme has used biotechnology to enhance the use of agro-biodiversity and as a platform to develop new knowledge. Working with partners from eight national agricultural research institutes (NARIS) and the private sector in Uganda, Sudan, Kenya, Tanzania, Burundi, Ethiopia, Eritrea, D.R.Congo, the project has scored the following achievements

Livestock and Fisheries Programme ASARECA
High Value Non Staple Crops Programme ASARECA

The importance of high value non-staple-crops cannot be overstated. Non-staple crops are a crucial source of nutrition and good health.