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US promotes GMO acceptance in Africa to boost food security, public health

Kevin Kelley | 
A Trump administration official [recently visited] Africa to promote government acceptance of genetically engineered crops. Peter Haas, a State Department ...
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Ugandan farmers could boost production and thwart effects of climate change with new apps

Evelyn Lirri | 
Uganda's National Agricultural Research Organisation (Naro) is popularising three Apps and an SMS-based platform it has developed to help farmers ...

Kenya’s decision on growing GMO maize expected soon

Gerald Andae | 
The GLP aggregated and excerpted this blog/article to reflect the diversity of news, opinion and analysis. Kenyans will know whether ...

Tanzania to start confined field trials of drought-resistant GMO maize in 2016

Adam Ihucha | 
The GLP aggregated and excerpted this blog/article to reflect the diversity of news, opinion and analysis. Tanzania plans to conduct ...

Synthetic biology threatens to displace African vanilla, stevia in global market

John Mbaria | 
An ongoing expansion of an extreme form of genetic engineering threatens to deny Africa its share of the global market ...
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East African plant project targets tackle climate change, pests and diseases.

Isaac Kisha | 
East African crop scientists have embarked on a five-year project to conserve indigenous plant genetic resources to improve food security ...

East African scientists defend work on GM

Charles Kazooba | 
Scientists in East Africa have launched a campaign to defend their work on genetic modification. The scientists say it is ...