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NutriFish in Media​

The project is co-funded by the International Development Research Center (IDRC) of Canada, and the Australian Center for International Agricultural …..

Fish has been identified as one of the 10 priority agricultural commodities to foster a sustainable agro-industrialization ……

heme of the 2021 World Fisheries Day celebrations: “Recognizing and Supporting the Contribution and Sustainable Development of …

In Uganda, low-income groups and individuals cannot afford larger and popular types of fish, such as Nile Perch and Tilapia – meaning ….

A new fish-enriched maize meal has been fast-tracked to mothers and their young children in a Ugandan hospital to help. ..

The commissioner of aquaculture at the Agriculture ministry, Ms Joyce Ikwaput Nyeko, has said the lockdown, floods, and the rising water …….

Scientists from the Makerere University College of Natural Sciences have tasked Parliament to consider legislation, which was………

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Congratulations to all. Check on this review detailing the implications of light fishing on the Lake Albert fisheries.
Enhancing #partnerships, providing access to markets, boosting the dissemination of information, building capacity of scaling partners, & more!

Dr Moses Odeke is highlighting @ASARECA's work to involve the private sector in scaling efforts across Africa at #AGRF2022 👏
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Delegates from @ACIARAustralia, @CanadaDev, @RockefellerFdn and @IDRC_CRDI have now joined us for the partners roundtable at #AGRF2022!

Looking forward to hearing from these organisations working together to achieve #ResilientFoodSystems in #Africa 🌍
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'How do we move #Africa from the numerous fragmented pilot projects – like those we've heard about this morning – to impact at scale for the public good?'

Petronella Chaminuka of @ARCSouthAfrica is asking critical questions in her presentation at this #AGRF2022 side event!
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The @IDRC_CRDI side event at #AGRF2022 is coming to a close... and what an event it's been 👏

We've seen projects from across #Africa 🌍 working to create #ResilientFoodSystems, bridge the gender gap, equip smallholders to handle the changing climate, and more!
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Harnessing dietary nutrients of under-utilized fish & fish processing by-products to reduce micronutrient deficiencies among vulnerable groups in Uganda

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