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

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Job - added on 08.10.2015

Associate Research Fellow

International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI), Cairo, Egypt. Deadline: 22.10.2015

Job - added on 08.10.2015

Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning Specialist

International Livestock Research Institute (ILRI), Nairobi, Kenya. Deadline: 31.10.2015

Job - added on 08.10.2015

Lead Economist & Science Domain Leader

The World Agroforestry Centre (ICRAF), Nairobi, Kenya. Deadline: 31.10.2015

Job - added on 08.10.2015

Senior Scientist - Weed Biological Control

CABI, Switzerland. Deadline: 30.10.2015

Event - added on 08.10.2015

Ökologische Landwirtschaft: Gut für Klima und Boden

28.11.15 | Zurich, Switzerland

Biovision Symposium 2015 organized by Biovision

Publication - added on 08.10.2015

Feeding the People: Agroecology for Nourishing the World and Transforming the Agri-Food System

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Herren Hans Rudolf, Hilbeck Angelika, Hoffmann Ulrich, Robert Home Robert, Levidow Les, Muller Adrian, Nelson Erin, Oehen Bernadette and Pimbert Michel. IFOAM . October 2015
Job - added on 08.10.2015

Consultant (m/f) for Agriculture and Rural Development in our Africa Department

GFA Consulting Group GmbH, Hamburg, Germany. Deadline: 22.10.2015


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Winners SFIAR Award 2015

Zerihun Tadele (University of Bern) and Madeleine Kaufmann (formerly HAFL)
Winners SFIAR Award 2015: Zerihun Tadele and Madeleine Kaufmann

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Overview of calls in the area of agricultural research for development  relevant for researchers based in Switzerland


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