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Jun 10

International Cassava Conference – GCP21-IV

The Benin Conference represents a unique opportunity for exchanging scientific, technical, agricultural, and industrial information about cassava - in particular for the global South and it will facilitate the discourse amongst cassava stakeholders like farmers, end-users, researchers, the private sector and donor agencies.

Cotonou, Benin

Mar 16

Accelerating Innovative and Sustainable Cassava Business Models for Women and Youth in Central Africa (Manioc21)

While the cassava sector continues to play a critical role in Central Africa in terms of income generation, food security and job creation for rural communities, unleashing its full economic potential has proved challenging. For millions of central African smallholders, the road to urban food markets leads through the nascent agricultural processing sector, especially staple foods such as cas…
Central Africa

Jul 1

Promotion and development of the cassava value chain in Central Africa

As part of its work programme in Central Africa, the Technical Centre for Agricultural and Rural Co-operation (CTA) is committed to contributing to food and nutrition security in the region, through the promotion and implementation of innovative approaches, mechanisms and tools for sustainable and inclusive development of the cassava value chain.

Dec 6

Forum régional sur le manioc en Afrique centrale

Dans la perspective de contribuer à l’amélioration de la sécurité alimentaire et nutritionnelle en Afrique centrale, le CTA a redéfini les contours de son action autour du développement et de la promotion des filières racines et tubercules et plus particulièrement de la chaîne de valeur du manioc dans la région. Dans ce context…
Yaounde, Cameroon

Mar 1

International conference on cassava in Africa

The second World Cassava conference, Africa edition, will take place on 1 and 2 March to highlight the huge potential of cassava’s industrial and commercial application in Africa. Cassava-based beers are already available in the market. High quality cassava flour (HQCF) – that can be an affordable partial substitute for wheat flour – has promising value too. Nigeria is likely to use 20%…
Accra, Ghana

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