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  • CSIR-STEPRI Scientists Train for BioRapp

    It has been hinted that already in many African countries population growth is outpacing that of food production. This suggests that in the wake of a period where most agricultural land interestingly continue to loss its fertility due to overexploitation, and the few fertile lands remaining compete with other uses of land such as road construction, illegal mining of minerals, building infrastructure among others, adoption of new technologies should lead the way. Unfortunately,...

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  • CSIR-STEPRI Chalks Another Success

    CSIR- STEPRI has once again successfully completed  another project. This project was on gender responsive agricultural extension delivery for improved agricultural productivity in northern Ghana. The study was conducted with the overall goal of understanding gender responsive agricultural extension delivery for improved Agricultural Productivity in Northern Ghana. The study established that the traditions of the communities work against women in terms of productivity, as they only farm on small lands and are burdened with many household...

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  • CSIR -STEPRI Participates in Int Workshop

    CSIR-STEPRI participated in the Water Joint Programming Initiative (JPI) International Workshop on RDI co-operation development for tackling global water challenges on the 31st March 2017 at the Royal Tulip City Center, Tangier, Morocco. Other Sub-Saharan African countries apart from Ghana including Burkina Faso, Cote D’Ivoire, and Senegal were also represented. The workshop was organized by the Water JPI to discuss the way forward for the platform they coordinate, in its quest to expand frontiers. The Water JPI was developed in 2008 to...

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  • Call for Proposals

    Please follow the link below to access the full call on Sustainable Agriculture and Aquaculture  for Nutrition and Food Security in Africa  Launch :   Wednesday, 15 March 2017  Deadline...

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  • CSIR-STEPRI Staff Train in Value Chain

         In fulfilment of CSIR-STEPRI’s mandate of developing and managing STI human resource, and as part of the Institute’s strategic objective of building capacity of...

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  • Rice Farmers Train in Value Addition

    As part of CSIR-STEPRI`s participation  in the PARI project, a 2016 baseline study among actors in the rice value chain revealed that several post production constraints negatively affect the marketing, utilization and consumption of local rice in the Hohoe and Jasikan Districts. To contribute toward addressing these challenges, a training workshop was organized for the rice value chain actors to enhance their skill in processing rice into various appealing and marketable products with the overall objective of increasing production, utilization and consumption of local...

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  • PARI Holds Research and Planning Meeting

        Drs. Rose Omari, Richard Ampadu-Ameyaw of CSIR-STEPRI and Sylvester Dery, the Director of CSIR-OPRI were in Nairobi, Kenya to attend a two day Annual Research and Planning Meeting from the 7th-9th December, 2016. The main objectives of the meeting were; To present and discuss the scientific outputs achieved in 2016 To outline the PARI...

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  • CSIR Female Researchers Launch Directory

         CSIR-STEPRI on the 13th of Dec,2016, played host to...

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  • STEPRI Organizes Validation Workshop

        As part of activities under the “Gender Responsive Agricultural Extension Delivery for Improved Agricultural Productivity in Northern Ghana” project, the research...

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  • Africa-EU Climate Change Research Workshop

       From the 21st -23rd Nov,2016, CSIR-STEPRI  hosted a two-day international workshop at the Mensvic Grand Hotel, Accra. The workshop was aimed at creating an Africa-European Climate Change Research Platform to strengthen the capacities of researchers towards sustainable agricultural growth.

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  • Stepri Organises Risk Communication Training

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