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East Africa - Special Programme for African Agricultural Research (SPAAR) information system (English)

This document contains a selection of projects concerning East Africa (Burundi, Djibouti, Ehiopia, Kenya, Rwanda, Somalia, Sudan, Uganda) and is presented in 3 parts: (a) and overview of projects by research discipline; (b) and overview of projects by country; and (c) description of project-content. The Special Programme for African Agricultural Research (SPAAR) emerged as an initiative in the mid - eighties to enhance agricultural production in Africa by increasing donor co-ordination in the field of agricultural extension. The SPAAR Information System (SIS) was developed to come to grips with the increasing number of activities. At present 4000 projects are recorded in SIS.

Details

  • Document Date

    1994/09/30

  • Document Type

    SPAAR Working Paper

  • Report Number

    13924

  • Volume No

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • Country

    Somalia,

    Uganda,

    Sudan,

    Rwanda,

    Ethiopia,

    Kenya,

    Djibouti,

    Burundi,

  • Region

    Africa,

  • Disclosure Date

    2010/07/01

  • Doc Name

    East Africa - Special Programme for African Agricultural Research (SPAAR) information system

  • Keywords

    Australian Centre for International Agricultural Research;Agricultural Research and Extension;International Fund for Agricultural Development;danish international development;agency for international development;Soil and Water Conservation;Natural Resource Management;wageningen agricultural university;Agricultural Technology;agricultural research center;farming system research;social science research;small scale farming;semi arid land;environmental action plan;dairy production system;Science and Technology;sustainable food production;east coast fever;land and water;digital image processing;renewable energy resource;growth and development;pests of plant;sustainable production system;emergency drought recovery;small ruminant;adaptive research;locust control;acid soil;Social Sciences;tropical environment;cooperative development;land development;Research Support;improve livestock;tsetse fly;programme implementation;animal vaccine;crop pest;cash crop;Agricultural Extension;cotton research;forestry biotechnology;bioreactor system;european community;remote sensing;goat production;plant physiology;oyster culture;small farming;livestock improvement;marketing system;energy initiative;agroforestry research;forestry development;research planning;vegetable oil;soil property;smallholder development;knowledge exchange;rangeland development;sustainable agriculture;crop research;technology development;forage production;soil fertility;geographic information;soil science;traditional techniques;survey methods;food legume;institutional building;watershed conservation;pest control;pastoral association;statistical method;soil erosion;soil cultivation;soil classification;strategic research;african farming;veterinary science;environmental factor;chemical control;agricultural area;livestock research;market efficiency;domestic trade;research methodology;small farmer;genetic improvement;tropical crop;vaccine production;dryland agriculture;date palm;information program;cultural organisation;resource-poor farmers;desert locust;fish culture;land use;arid zone;linguistic study;aquatic ecology;consumer economics;tropical area;agriculture technology;fertilizer application;food crop;animal taxonomy;forest reserve;Water Management;research ii;animal feeding;sheep farming;population analysis;analytical study;viral disease;helminth infection;sustainable community;animal disease;cloud forest;animal ecology;livestock disease;dna technology;sector adjustment;viral antigen;host resistance;grazing livestock;forest product;plant disorder;land economics;water resource;agricultural production;horticultural research;plant genetics;foreign affair;insect pest;seed production;soil biology;soil chemistry;agricultural waste;plant taxonomy;plant structure;plant propagation;seasonal hunger;plant ecology;plant disease;human nutrition;land resources;nature conservation;Animal Husbandry;animal physiology;

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East Africa - Special Programme for African Agricultural Research (SPAAR) information system (English). Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group. http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/814321468770096351/East-Africa-Special-Programme-for-African-Agricultural-Research-SPAAR-information-system