Building a Large Evergreen Agriculture Network for Southern Africa

Published on 9 May 2013

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Timeline

Start Date: 1 January 2013 | End Date: 31 December 2014

Overview

The overall objective is to mobilise a network of government organisations,international institutions, donors, NGOs and private sector bodies for a well-coordinated and coherent investment in research and development in agroforestry and Evergreen agriculture in Southern Africa.
ICRAF’s expectations
· Assure that the implementation is in conformity with this Programme Agreement
· Use the funds exclusively for the implementation of the programme as set out in the programme document annexed to this Agreement.
· Provide the necessary control measures in order to comply with the terms of implementation.
· Provide all reporting document.
· Provide all appropriate staff to carry out the activities.
· Establish and assure the functioning of the Steering Committee
· Exchange all information necessary for the programme to be implemented efficiently
and effectively.

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One Response to “Building a Large Evergreen Agriculture Network for Southern Africa”

  1. Hailey Smith says:

    Is there a local contact for this project in Malawi? As an intern working for one of the largest farmer’s organizations in Malawi on their conservation agriculture program, I would be interested in making a connection with this project.

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