Malawi (77 projects)

Pan-African Beans Research Alliance (PABRA) – Phase IV

Principal Investigator: Robin Buruchara
| Published on 11 September 2013

Modelling and manipulation of plant-aphid interactions: A new avenue for sustainable disease management of an important crop in Africa

Principal Investigator: Matthew Abang
| Published on 9 September 2013

Building a Large Evergreen Agriculture Network for Southern Africa

Principal Investigator: Sileshi Weldesamayat
| Published on 9 May 2013

Identifying efficient seed system practices/models to accelerate the access to quality seed of improved varieties legumes, maize and forages to small scale farmers particularly poor and women farmers in Tanzania, Malawi and Zambia

Principal Investigator: Jean Claude Rubyogo
| Published on 12 September 2012

Value Chain analysis of grain legumes in eastern and southern Africa: Building partnerships for impact through research on sustainable intensification of farming systems

Principal Investigator: Eliud Birachi
| Published on 12 September 2012

A catalogue of tested crop, soil, and water management options under varied land degradation conditions and socio-economic environment in the target areas in Tanzania, Malawi, and Zambia

Principal Investigator: Patrick Mutuo
| Published on 12 September 2012

Effecting Cange in Seed Security Response: In Crisis, Chronic Stress and Developmental Contexts

Principal Investigator: Robin Buruchara
| Published on 12 September 2012

Managing ecosystem services for food security and the nutritional health of the rural poor at the forest-agricultural interface

Principal Investigator: Andrew Jarvis
| Published on 11 September 2012

Pan-African Bean Research Alliance (PABRA) – Phase 2012-2014

Principal Investigator: Robin Buruchara
| Published on 18 July 2012

Improving the livelihoods of Smallholder Farmers in Drought-prone Areas of Sub-Saharan Africa and South Asia through Enhanced Grain Legume Production and Productivity – Tropical Legumes II (Phase 2)

Principal Investigator: Steven Beebe
| Published on 18 July 2012