Tag: Dr Emmanuel Okogbenin

Fostering biotechnology adoption for a more food-secure Africa

The adoption of biotechnology and complementary innovative technologies can catalyse productivity transformation and improve food system resilience in the developing world. By Emmanuel Okogbenin Climate change is a complex phenomenon with multifarious dimensions that leaves in its wake a chain of diverse challenges and interactions that results in a series of highly damaging effects and […]

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NEWS: Why hardy cassava should be crop of the moment

(Saturday, October 01, 2022) Dr Emmanuel Okogbenin is the African Agricultural Technology Foundation (AATF) director for programme development and commercialisation. He has worked on biotech applications in cassava in Africa leading to a number of improved varieties. He spoke to Michael Oriedo about why cassava is a key crop at this time when many nations […]

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