The case of Cassava Weed Management Technology

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The Cassava Compact is led by IITA with a partnership in 12 countries (Benin, Togo, Sierra Leone, Nigeria, Tanzania, Uganda, DR Congo, Cameroon, Rwanda, South Sudan, Zambia and Burundi). As cassava is suited to a wide range of climatic conditions, its toolkit approach varies across agro-ecological zones. The Cassava value chain compact aims to shift Africa towards a sustainable cassava transformation by increasing production, productivity, promoting mechanization, value addition, strengthening market linkage and catalyzing investment in the sector.

CASSAVA

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An important food and an agro-industrial crop for Tanzania’s agriculture-led industrialization agenda

MUHOGO

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Ni zao muhimu la chakula na katika kutekeleza sera ya Taifa ya kuendeleza viwanda vinavyotumia malighafi zinazotokana na sekta ya kilimo

Bonnes pratiques agricoles (BPA)

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Recommandé pour tous les environnements de production de riz.
Cependant, le volet BPA des technologies par environnement de production rizicole peut varier et certaines préconditions sont requises (p. ex. semis en ligne pour utiliser les sarcleuses mécaniques et motorisées).

Transforming African Agriculture through proven technologies and partnerships

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The Program Technologies for African Agricultural Transformation (TAAT) is funded by the African Development Bank (AfDB) to increase productivity in Africa through the deployment of technologies with proven and high performance. It originated from the need “to execute a bold plan to achieve rapid
agricultural transformation across Africa through raising agricultural productivity” that was declared by participants in the Dakar High-Level Conference, October 2015. It led to the formulation of Feed Africa: A Strategy for African Agricultural Transformation by the AfDB in June 2016.

2020 Annual Report

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The program’s achievements in 2020 are exhibited through success
stories showing how TAAT is building a pathway to transformation and
resilience through the deployment of proven agricultural technologies
for large scale adoption across the continent and by building sustainable
knowledge infrastructure with public partners. The information
highlights tangible results and first-hand accounts of how TAAT is
helping rural farming communities

Enhancing Commercialization of Africa’s Agricultural Research Products Cassava Value Chain and Youth Enabler Compact

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TAAT CDTO TECHNICAL WEBINAR SERIES

Enhancing Commercialization of Africa’s Agricultural Research Products Orange-fleshed Sweet Potato Value chain and Water Management Enabler Compact

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2019 Annual Report

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Technologies for African Agricultural Transformation (TAAT) program is funded by the African Development Bank in an effort to increase agricultural productivity in Africa through the deployment of proven and high-performance and climates smart agricultural technologies.

Enhancing Commercialization of Africa’s Agricultural Research Products Sorghum and Millet Value Chains, and Soil Fertility Enabler Compact

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TAAT CDTO TECHNICAL WEBINAR SERIES

On September 31, 2020, the Forum for Agricultural Research in Africa (FARA) collaboration with African Forum for Agricultural Advisory Services (AFAAS) and the Sub-Regional Organizations (SROs) convened the fourth TAAT CDTO technical webinar of a series of 6 webinars. This was done in partnership with International Institute of Tropical Agriculture (IITA), International Crops Research Institute for the Semi-Arid Tropics (ICRISAT), and International Fertilizer Development Center (IFDC), These webinars are organized under the Technologies for African Agricultural Transformation (TAAT) Program of the Feed Africa initiative and funded by the African Development Bank (AfDB).