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Public-private partnerships for sustainable legume technology dissemination in Ethiopia

In southeastern Ethiopia, reinforcing the development of grain farms is essential as a means of helping farmers improve their income. An International Livestock Research Institute (ILRI) poster highlights several farming models which may be useful to enhance the knowledge and skills of and technologies available to farmers growing a variety of grain types.

The researchers focus mainly on the producer of grains Bale Green, as an example for the sustainable dissemination of technology to farmers. The poster emphasizes the main vision of the project to achieve long lasting benefits across businesses and communities.

Download the poster: Amanu, T., Baars, E., Wolde-meskel, E., Abdulkadir, B., Ampadu-Boakye, T., Giller, K. and Kanampiu, F. 2016. Public-private partnerships for sustainable legume technology dissemination and business: The case of Balegreen in southeastern Ethiopia. Poster. Addis Ababa, Ethiopia: ILRI.

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