Articles written for the GLP list the source as Genetic Literacy Project. All other articles were written for the sources noted with excerpts provided by the GLP.
fam pix

Seeds of fear sown in Uganda as farmers confuse clonal coffee with coronavirus

Cornell Alliance for Science | 
The emergence of the fast-spreading coronavirus and its virulent COVID-19 have come with unprecedented conspiracy theories related to source, cause ...
bananas on the fire

Why efforts to contain Ebola through experimental vaccines could change Uganda’s opposition to GMO crops

Genetic Literacy Project | 
Uganda appears to be in a stalemate over genetically-engineered crops. Could Ebola change that? ...

Uganda set to embrace artificial intelligence and other emerging technologies, but biotechnology languishes

Genetic Literacy Project | 
'Something fundamentally detrimental to the progress of scientific and technological innovations in the agriculture of our nation is happening.' ...
maize standard

Uncertain future of Uganda’s GMO law spurs anxiety, confusion among biotech supporters

Genetic Literacy Project | 
Biotech supporters are unsure what the delay means ...

Question of liability: Why researchers are worried about Uganda’s new biotech act

Genetic Literacy Project | 
Uganda’s Genetic Engineering Regulatory Act has sent a cold chill down the spines of scientists who dream of creating new ...

Viewpoint: Anti-GMO groups offer no solutions to Africa’s food security problems

Modern Ghana | 
A joke that is going around refers to non-governmental organizations (NGOs) as “nothing going on.” My experience over a 15-year ...

What Brazil can teach Uganda about GMO crops

Daily Monitor | 
Brazil presents a suitable example to learn from in adoption, processing and export of Genetically Modified (GM) crops and products, ...