1. 2023-04-28 This article summarizes research by Savannas Forever, conducted on behalf of Canadian Foodgrains Bank and Global Service Corps. Findings are shared with permission from Susan James, Director of Savannas Forever.
  2. 2023-04-28 Pastoralism has been for centuries an important component of living for multiple tribal groups in Africa, particularly for the Maasai. Historically tied to a nomadic life, pastoralism is changing.It is also in jeopardy, both as a cultural practice and as a way of sustaining a livelihood. This is...
  3. 2023-04-28 Maasai Pastoralists: Practices, Culture, and Role in Tanzanian Society Combating Hunger Among Pastoralists Intervention Descriptions forFood Security in Pastoral Communities Ferrocement Grain Storage Impact assessment of perennial vegetable training on attendees at hospitals and clinics
  4. 2022-01-20 Food safety is poised to play a key role in Africa’s agricultural transformation due increased demand for food fueled by the continent’s rapid population growth and the entry into force of the exciting era of the African Continental Free Trade (AfCFTA) Area Agreement. Within the broader context...
  5. 2018-01-01 127 pp : ill. [ Gift of Dr Abram Bicksler Jan 24, 2023 ] The Sustainable Agricultural Mechanization: A Framework for Africa (SAMA) was developed in response to a request by the African Union (AU) and endorsed by the AU Specialized Technical Committee (STC) on Agriculture, Rural Development, Water...
  6. Food security globally is constrained by several factors including the heavy reliance on very few key staple crops. In Africa, food insecurity has been increasing due to the effects of climate change, insecurity caused by terrorism, social and boundary conflicts, uncontrolled rapid population...
  7. Okigbo, R. N. and Ugwu, C. S. (2021). Neglected crops of Africa. International Journal of Agricultural Technology 17(6):2197-2210. The neglected crops have not been fully realized in their potential. They are well adapted to several weather conditions in different locations, in particular,...
  8. A Contextualized Learning Manual for African Colleges and Universities Kasolo, W., Chemining’wa, G., and Temu, A. 2018. Neglected and Underutilized Species (NUS) for Improved Food Security and Resilience to Climate Change: A Contextualized Learning Manual for African Colleges and Universities,...
  9. Maria Vittoria Conti, Ausilia Campanaro, Paola Coccetti, Rachele De Giuseppe, Andrea Galimberti, Massimo Labra, Hellas Cena, Potential role of neglected and underutilized plant species in improving women’s empowerment and nutrition in areas of sub-Saharan Africa,Nutrition Reviews, Volume 77,...
  10. This resource of wild edible plants in Uganda was contributed by Sara Sytsma. She shared: I ask people in the villages to teach me about different plants they eat.I started on a "book" with the information I could collect so far.Some Ugandan agricultural development staff have helped me too. If...