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Picture of IITA DG Nteranya Sanginga (left) and former Nigerian President Olasegun Obasanjo (wearing blue headdress) with some government officials and partners.
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Stakeholders meet in IITA to draw roadmap to achieve Zero Hunger in Nigeria

Former Pres. Obasanjo convenes meeting The inaugural meeting of the Nigeria Zero Hunger Strategic Review was held in IITA Headquarters in Ibadan on 29 April. Organized by the Olusegun Obasanjo Presidential Library (OOPL) and IITA, this stakeholder meeting aimed to draw a roadmap to end hunger in Nigeria by 2030. The meeting received support from…

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ENABLE Youth: Ensuring the success of youth in agribusiness

The African Development Bank (AfDB) in collaboration with IITA organized the ENABLE (Empowering Novel Agri-Business-Led Employment) Youth Program Design Workshop on 21-22 April in Abuja, Nigeria. The workshop featured key speakers including IITA Director General Nteranya Sanginga; Mme. Abimbola Adebakin, Tony Elumelu Foundation; Mark Kofi Fynn, African Union Commission, and Ministers/State Ministers of Agriculture/Youth and…

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Picture of Media briefing with (L-R): J Wadsworth (Fund Council), N Sanginga (IITA), C Ojukwu, and J Chianu (AfDB).

International and national partners convene at IITA to discuss AfDB’s initiative to transform African agriculture

More than 200 leading research and development partners and experts met at IITA, Ibadan, Nigeria, 12-14 April, to discuss a new initiative known as “Africa Feeding Africa”, or the Technologies for African Agricultural Transformation (TAAT) program. The TAAT program is a critical strategy for transforming agriculture on the continent that would ensure that Africa is…

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International and national partners convene to discuss AfDB’s initiative to transform African agriculture

More than 200 research and development partners and experts will meet at IITA, Ibadan, Nigeria, in a three-day workshop to discuss a new initiative known as “Africa Feeding Africa”, or the Technologies for African Agricultural Transformation (TAAT) program. The TAAT program is a critical strategy for transforming agriculture on the continent that would ensure that…

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Picture of David Chikoye (right) briefing Chiji Ojukwu (AfDB) as they walk around the SARAH campus.

AfDB delegation visits new IITA-Zambia research facility

On 11 March, a delegation from the African Development Bank (AfDB) led by Dr Chiji Ojukwu, Director of Agriculture and Agro-Industry, conducted a site visit to IITA-Zambia’s new regional hub office and research facility at its Southern Africa Research and Administration Hub (SARAH) campus in Kabangwe, Chongwe District in Lusaka Province, some 15 km north…

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Picture of SARD-SC staff and AfDB officials during the visit to IITA, Ibadan, Nigeria.

AfDB commends SARD-SC project as one of the Bank’s best managed projects

The SARD-SC project funded by the AfDB has come out tops once again, as the members of the Bank’s Supervisory mission have unequivocally described the  project as one of the Bank’s  best managed  projects. This was the verdict of the AFDB officials who recently undertook the sixth supervisory mission to the IITA/SARD-SC project from 29 November –…

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