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Supporting knowledge sharing on Integrated Soil Fertility Management (ISFM) for increased productivity
Africa Soil Health Consortium (ASHC) is a new project contributing towards radical change in the understanding and use of Integrated Soil Fertility Management (ISFM) techniques in sub-Saharan Africa, enabling smallholder farmers to improve their crop yields. The ASHC project is being coordinated by CABI, an international science and agriculture organization, through their team in Africa, with support from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.
21 May 2013
AGRA invites ASHC to deliver a write-shop for the Soil Health Program grantees
The Soil Health Program is one of AGRA’s flagships investments. Ninety-four grants worth US$ 90 have been awarded in 13 sub-Saharan Africa countries, with just over half of them focused on deploying proven ISFM innovations
Eight of the ISFM grantees are being invited to Kenya to work with ASHC in a write-shop to be held at Sopa Lodge near Naivasha from 3 - 7 June 2013. Read more...
8 May 2013
ASHC joins Kenya Soil Health Consortium
George Oduor, the project manager of the Africa Soil Health Consortium, has been appointed to serve on the steering committee of the Kenya Soil Health Consortium. Read more...