Extension officers and farmers in Tanzania dicuss IPM of tomato (Photo: Stefan Toepfer)

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Job - added on 22.05.2015

Capacity Development Coordinator

Helvetas Swiss Intercooperation, Bern / Zurich, Switzerland. Deadline: 08.06.2015


News - added on 22.05.2015

The listing of a highly hazardous Paraquat formulation blocked

press release by Berne Declaration about the failure of the country delegates, to agree to list a formulation of the herbicide paraquat under the Rotterdam Convention about hazardous chemicals and pesticides in international trade


Job - added on 22.05.2015

Agronome (H/F) - spécialiste de l’ingénierie agroécologique

CIRAD, Montpellier, France. Deadline: 25.05.2015


Job - added on 22.05.2015

Agricultural Value Chain Expert

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CABI, Nairobi, Kenya. Deadline: 15.06.2015


Job - added on 22.05.2015

Wissenschaftliche/r Mitarbeiter/in - Projektmanager/in in Gabun

Berner Fachhochschule BFH, Libreville, Gabun. Deadline: 25.05.2015


Job - added on 22.05.2015

Junior-Berater (m/w) - Länderpaket Benin der Sonderinitiative "EINEWELT ohne Hunger"

Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ), Cotonou, Benin. Deadline: 27.05.2015


Job - added on 22.05.2015

Junior Professional Officer

IFAD - Policy and Technical Advisory Division, Rome, Italy. Deadline: 14.06.2015


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