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Charles Agwanda Coordinator (Commodities)

T: +254 20 722 4450/4462

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CABI, Canary Bird, 673 Limuru Road, Muthaiga, PO Box 633-00621, Nairobi, Kenya

I have over 20 years work experience. Prior to joining CABI, I worked as a Plant Breeder with the Coffee Research Foundation (CRF) in Kenya, and as Coordinator of the Coffee Research Network (CORNET) of the ASARECA. My experience includes research and development work which has involved serving on the review team for the Coffee Board of Kenya and collaborative research with the Institu de Recherch pour Developpment (IRD) which is based in Montpellier, France.

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PRISE: a Pest Risk Information SErvice

Pests can decimate crops and are estimated to cause around a 40% loss. These insects, mites and plant pathogens can impact on food security and impede supply chains and international trade. A Pest Risk Information SErvice (PRISE) aims to solve this problem by using data to help farmers manage pests in up to...
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Boosting coffee productivity in Kenya and Malawi

Although coffee is a high-value commodity and a major contributor to the economies of Kenya and Malawi, many smallholder producers remain poor because of low productivity. CABI scientists will help improve this situation by working with research institutions and assisting them to adopt modern tissue...
Project image: Controlling Japanese knotweed in Great Britain

Guaranteeing credit to coffee farmers in Ethiopia and Rwanda

Coffee is one of the largest traded commodities in the world, providing livelihoods for 25 million farming families, and is crucial to many countries’ GDP. In places such as Ethiopia and Rwanda, coffee plays a critical role in the economy and revitalising coffee production and quality is vital; allowing...