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CRI Visit 2018
EBSU Visit 2018
NRCRI Visit 2018
SARI Visit 2018
Visit to NRCRI

Visit to National Root Crops Research Institute, Umudike on 14th February 2017

Visit to Ebonyi State University

AfricaYam Project management team visit to Ebonyi State University, Abakaliki on 14 February 2017

Trial design and data analysis Workshop 23 – 26 May 2016

Participants from the four project target countries participated in a hands-on training which covered vital aspects of yam breeding especially with a focus on use on digital devices such as tablets, mobile phones and laptop computers. Other aspects covered featured detailed use of Yambase and fieldbook app with an aim of strengthening the capacity of next generation yam breeders and technicians

TAC Meeting Cotonou 2016

The AfricaYam annual review and planning meeting took place at the IITA Cotonou station, Benin Republic between the 14th to 18th of March 2016 and drew participants from project partners in Nigeria, Ghana, Benin, Côte d’Ivoire, Japan, USA and UK who gathered to review the progress made in the previous year and to chart a new course for achievement of the project goals.

Breeders & technician training 2015

In a bid to enhance the capacity of staff in national research institutions in Ghana, the AfricaYam project successfully held a training exercise on electronic data capture at the Crops Research Institute (CRI), Kumasi between the 24th – 26th February, 2016 and immediately proceeded to Savannah Agriculture Research Institute (SARI), Tamale to deliver a similar training on the 29th February – 2nd March, 2016.

2015 visit to partners & Togo

The project management team and breeders from IITA embarked on a monitoring visit to each partner in West Africa. This was the first visit to partners and helped to access the infrastructure/yam breeding capacity of each institution as well as to interact with the management of each institution on sustainable strategies for improving yam breeding. The team had an interactive session with the management of ITRA, Togo who expressed interest in working with the project to develop its yam breeding capacity.

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