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A-maize-ing progress in Ethiopia

Recognising progress
  • Recognising progress
  • A hunger-breaking crop?
  • Creating demand
  • Nine ton harvest
  • Surplus for sale
  • Protein-rich for growing kids
  • The need for seed
  • Securing the supply

Recognising progress

Strafford Twumasi-Afriyie and Demissew Abakemal, plant breeders from CIMMYT and the Ethiopian Institute of Agricultural Research (EIAR) inspect an improved maize crop. They are working to introduce higher yielding and more nutritious maize varieties to highland farmers.

picture credit: CIMMYT



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