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Sep 6, 2007
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Biosafety, West Africa, World Bank
In Burkina Faso, Benin, Togo, Mali, Senegal
A disclaimer addressed to the attention of GEF CEO and GEF council members by the Coalition for the Protection of African Genetic Heritage (COPAGEN).
STATEMENT BY CIVIL SOCIETY IN AFRICA
MODERNISING AFRICAN AGRICULTURE: WHO BENEFITS?
DISPLACING AFRICA’S INDIGENOUS FOOD: Monsanto & AATF’s GM Cowpea Project
Nairobi based African Agricultural Technology Foundation (AATF) and Monsanto are set to introduce genetically engineered cowpeas in the coming years ..
Groups in Latin America and Africa call for rejection of ..
Two World Bank projects, with funding from the GEF (Global Environmental Facility), propose to introduce genetically modified crops such as ..
NEW SEED LEGISLATION SPELLS DISASTER FOR SMALL FARMERS IN AFRICA
Civil society organisations from the SADC region, and around the world have condemned the SADC draft Protocol for the Protection ..
GM and seed industry eye Africa’s lucrative cowpea seed markets: ..
The African Centre for Biodiversity (ACB) has today released a new report titled, GM and seed industry eye Africa’s lucrative ..
AFSA CALLS ON AFRICAN GOVERNMENTS AT ARUSHA MEETING TO SHUN ..
2 July 2015
Nineteen African nations, members of the African Regional Intellectual Property Organization (ARIPO), began deliberating on the highly contentious ..
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