Un total de 27 pages ont été trouvées avec le mot clé AFLATOXIN.

AASW7 - Opinion Editorial - FANRPAN GNVC - Augmenting the Publics’ Knowledge on the Health Effects of Aflatoxin is Key to its Elimination from the Groundnut Chain in Sub Saharan Africa

Published by (name) / Mise en ligne par (Nom) : TH
Description :

This opinion editorial made by FANRPAN for the consortia GNVC was presented at the AAWS7 in Kigali June 2016



Category / catégorie : Communication & Advocacy Strategy/ Implementation, CRF/calls and projects
Other(s) author(s) / Autre(s) auteur(s) : Limbikani Matumba, Kerstin Hell, Benoit Gnonlofin, Mweshi Mukanga, and Henry Njapau
Date of edition / Date d'édition : 04.05.2016
Type of resource / Type de ressource : Concept note, note conceptuelle, Booklet / Brochure
On-line date / Date de mise en ligne : 10.06.2016
Linked Dgroups Forum / Forum Dgroups lié : http://www.fanrpan.org/projects/postharvest/
Information sent to / Information diffusée à : Public, Uganda Vegetable Research (AFRISOL), Citrus Innovation Platform (CIP), ULP COLEACP, WP-Capacities, WP-Coordination, WP-Partnerships, BIOPROTECT, BURUNDI Agricultural Research For Development (ARF), Consortium Cosmétiques (CoC ), Développement de la chaine de valeur du piment (PEPPERMIX), ULP ROPPA, Nigerian Poultry Feeds R&D (NIPOFERD), Consortium Soja du Bénin (CSB), Consortium Aliment Bétail (CAB), Beef Consortia (ELVC), Groundnuts value Chain Consortium (GNVC), ULP PROPAC, African Indigenous Vegetables (UCU), WP-Communication

AASW7 - Poster - FANRPAN GNVC - Stemming Aflatoxin pre-and post harvest waste in the groundnut value chain ( GnVC) in Malawi and Zambia

Published by (name) / Mise en ligne par (Nom) : TH
Description :

This poster was made by the consortia Ground Value Chain (GnVC). It was presented at the AASW7 in Kigalu June 2016


Category / catégorie : Communication & Advocacy Strategy/ Implementation, CRF/calls and projects
Other(s) author(s) / Autre(s) auteur(s) : Gnvc members
Date of edition / Date d'édition : 04.05.2016
Type of resource / Type de ressource : Booklet / Brochure, Poster
On-line date / Date de mise en ligne : 10.06.2016
Linked Dgroups Forum / Forum Dgroups lié : http://www.fanrpan.org/projects/postharvest/
Information sent to / Information diffusée à : Public, Uganda Vegetable Research (AFRISOL), Citrus Innovation Platform (CIP), ULP COLEACP, WP-Capacities, WP-Coordination, WP-Partnerships, BIOPROTECT, BURUNDI Agricultural Research For Development (ARF), Consortium Cosmétiques (CoC ), Développement de la chaine de valeur du piment (PEPPERMIX), ULP ROPPA, Nigerian Poultry Feeds R&D (NIPOFERD), Consortium Soja du Bénin (CSB), Consortium Aliment Bétail (CAB), Beef Consortia (ELVC), Groundnuts value Chain Consortium (GNVC), ULP PROPAC, African Indigenous Vegetables (UCU), WP-Communication

Aflatoxin consortium proposal to first call - Kenya consortium

Published by (name) / Mise en ligne par (Nom) : TH
Description : Kenya - Aflatoxin contamination management along the maize value chain in Kenya.
Category / catégorie : Consortia Call2
Date of edition / Date d'édition : 22.12.2012
Type of resource / Type de ressource : Proposal, proposition
On-line date / Date de mise en ligne : 25.09.2014
Linked Dgroups library / Bibliothèque Dgroups liée : https://dgroups.org/paepard/wp5/library/m70v1ply?o=lc
Keywords / Mots-clés :
Information sent to / Information diffusée à : WP-Partnerships, WP-Communication, WP-Capacities, WP-Coordination

Application Form - Kenya CRF - Aflatoxin

Published by (name) / Mise en ligne par (Nom) : TH
Description : PAEPARD Application form for the CRF : Development of strategies to reduce Aspergillus and Fusarium mycotoxins contamination along the maize value chain in the medium and lower potential lands of eastern Kenya for for increased food security,improved nutrition and incomes for smallholder farmers.
Category / catégorie : CRF/calls and projects
Date of edition / Date d'édition : 02.05.2014
Type of resource / Type de ressource : Proposal, proposition
Télécharger le fichier : fichier_ressource_Kenya_Aflatoxin.pdf
On-line date / Date de mise en ligne : 02.10.2014
Linked Dgroups library / Bibliothèque Dgroups liée : https://dgroups.org/paepard/wp5/library/tagh8nn3?o=lc
Keywords / Mots-clés :
Information sent to / Information diffusée à : WP-Partnerships, WP-Communication, WP-Capacities, WP-Coordination

Application Form - Malawi CRF - Groundnut aflatoxin

Description : PAEPARD application form for the CRF : Stemming Aflatoxin pre- and post-harvest waste in the groundnut value chain (GnVC) in Malawi and Zambia to improve food and nutrition security in the smallholder farming families.
Category / catégorie : CRF/calls and projects
Date of edition / Date d'édition : 02.05.2014
Type of resource / Type de ressource : Proposal, proposition
On-line date / Date de mise en ligne : 02.10.2014
Linked Dgroups library / Bibliothèque Dgroups liée : https://dgroups.org/paepard/wp5/library/tagh8nn3?o=lc
Keywords / Mots-clés :
Information sent to / Information diffusée à : WP-Partnerships, WP-Communication, WP-Capacities, WP-Coordination

Capitalization Workshop / Présentation Approaches for stemming Aflatoxin contamination in the groundnut value chain - Cotonou october 2017

Published by (name) / Mise en ligne par (Nom) : TH
Description :

 Présentation Approaches for stemming Aflatoxin contamination in the groundnut value chain

Category / catégorie : Communication supports/PowerPoint
Paepard author(s) / Auteur(s) Paepard :
Date of edition / Date d'édition : 02.10.2017
Type of resource / Type de ressource : Presentation (PowerPoint)
On-line date / Date de mise en ligne : 25.10.2017
Information sent to / Information diffusée à : Public, WP-Communication

Description of the partners - Kenya Consortium

Published by (name) / Mise en ligne par (Nom) : TH
Description : Kenya - Aflatoxin contamination management along the maize value chain in Kenya
Category / catégorie : Consortia Call1
Date of edition / Date d'édition : 12.06.2014
Type of resource / Type de ressource : Participants list, Liste de participants
On-line date / Date de mise en ligne : 25.09.2014
Linked Dgroups library / Bibliothèque Dgroups liée : https://dgroups.org/paepard/wp5/library/m70v1ply?o=lc
Keywords / Mots-clés :
Information sent to / Information diffusée à : WP-Partnerships, WP-Communication, WP-Capacities, WP-Coordination

Development of strategies to reduce Aspergillus and Fusarium mycotoxins

Duration/ Durée : 36
Status / Statut : Applicant / Postulant
List of partners / Liste des partenaires : **//Partner 1 (applicant)//** Kenya Agricultural Research Institute (KARI) Public Research Institute **//Partner 2//** Kenya National Farmers Federation (KENAFF) Farmer Organization **//Partner 3//** University of Nairobi Higher Learning Public Institution **//Partner 4//** MTT Agrifood Research Finland, Biotechnology and Food Research Public Research organization.
Description : Researchers, farmers and other stakeholders agree that fungal and mycotoxin contamination of maize is a priority problem because it aggravates the food security and safety of poor farmers and propose to use their knowledge systems and competencies in an innovation platform/system to : - test effect of management practices in reduction of the contamination of maize by fungi and mycotoxins; test the effect of drying and storage technologies in reduction of maize contamination by mycotoxins under farmer circumstances; test cheap and reasonably accurate field methods for determining contamination of maize by mycotoxins
Total budget / budget total : 292000 Euros
Amount requested / Montant demandé : 262600 USD
Contact : cnkonge@kari.org charlesnkonge@gmail.com
Documents linked / Documents lies :
Keywords / Mots-clés :
Information sent to / Information diffusée à : WP-Partnerships, WP-Communication, WP-Capacities, WP-Coordination

FANRPAN Call for EOIs to Develop a Regional Policy Brief on Post Harvest Loss Management and Aflatoxin Issue

Published by (name) / Mise en ligne par (Nom) : Sharon Alfred
Description :

FANRPAN would like to engage a consultant to develop a regional policy brief and an opinion editorial (OPED) on post-harvest loss management and aflatoxin contamination in the groundnut value chain in the African region.  The purpose of the policy brief is to sensitize policy decision-makers and other actors on the rationale and urgency of critical regional agricultural and rural development issues. The policy brief and OPED should be clear on the aim and the problem being addressed (i.e., post-harvest loss management and aflatoxin contamination in the groundnut value chain). The documents should bring out a nuanced context, findings, conclusions and key policy recommendations.

 

Category / catégorie : Communication & Advocacy / Definition, rules , Communication & Advocacy Strategy/ Implementation, Communication supports/Texts, User Led Process/FANRPAN-SACAU Groundnut
Date of edition / Date d'édition : 15.10.2015
Type of resource / Type de ressource : Study / Etude, Summary, synthesis / Résumé, synthèse, Article / Article, Terms of reference, Termes de référence
On-line date / Date de mise en ligne : 16.09.2015
Information sent to / Information diffusée à : Public, WP-Communication, WP-Coordination, WP-Capacities, WP-Partnerships

FANRPAN CSA and PHLM Regional Policy Dialogue

Date of begining / Date de début : 26.08.2015
Date of end / Date de fin : 28.08.2015
Description :

Regional Climate Smart Agriculture Policy Dialogue

“Creating an Enabling Environment for Scaling up Climate Smart Agriculture: The Road to Paris”

26-28 August 2015



The Food, Agriculture and Natural Resources Policy Analysis Network (FANRPAN[1]) is a regional multi-stakeholder policy research and advocacy network. The network engages with targeted constituencies at local and national levels, through its current 17 member countries in Africa. In each member country, the FANRPAN network operates through an inter-sectoral platform called a “node” comprising a diverse group of organizations including research institutes, farmer groups, government, media, parliamentarians, private sector and other civil society organizations that have a stake in Food, Agriculture and Natural Resources (FANR) policies.


The content and discussions of the regional policy dialogue will draw on research from the following CSA focused FANRPAN projects:

Strengthening Policy Advocacy and Research Capacity for Enhanced Food Security in East and Southern Africa – Funded by the Africa Capacity Building Foundation (ACBF), the project seeks to strengthen the capacity of FANRPAN to support development of FANR policies in East and Southern Africa sub-region. One of the key objectives is to enhance the capacity of FANRPAN member countries to undertake advocacy on CSA policy formulation.

Programme on Climate Change Adaptation and Mitigation in the COMESA-EAC-SADC regions – Funded by the Common Market for East and Southern Africa (COMESA),  the programme aims to support the inclusion of Africa’s unified position on climate change into the post-2012 United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) global agreement.  

Supporting Smallholder Farmers in Southern Africa to Better Manage Climate-Related Risks to Crop Production and Post- Harvest Handling - Funded by the European Union and the United Nations Food, Agriculture Organisation (FAO), the project seeks to improve and sustain household and national food security in southern Africa through better management of climatic risks by smallholder farmers.

Stemming Aflatoxin pre- and post-harvest waste in the groundnut value chain (GnVC) in Malawi and Zambia to improve food and nutrition security in the smallholder farming families -  Funded by the Platform for African - European Partnership in Agriculture and Rural Development (PAEPARD) , the project seeks to reduce pre- and post-harvest losses by reducing Aflatoxin in the Groundnut Value Chain (GnVC) for improved food and nutrition security of smallholder farmers by addressing main constraining factors of technology dissemination and adoption, knowledge and information sharing, and policies.

The Regional CSA Policy Dialogue presents a unique opportunity for African climate smart agriculture stakeholders to concretize a unified African position on agriculture ahead of CoP 21. The event also seeks to come with strategies of scaling up CSA in Africa.

The objectives of this workshop are:

1.       To share the synthesis result of CSA policy scoping study results from 15 countries

2.       To share evidence, and dialogue on issues of domestic climate financing, and adaptation options like the Weather Based Index Insurance

3.       To solicit policy recommendations for advocating for CSA policies at  regional Level

4.       Identify opportunities for scaling up CSA at national level

5.       To chart a way forward on how best to develop synergies among different stakeholders and sectors, with the aim of scaling up and out CSA best practices and technologies under the NEPAD led Alliance for CSA in Africa

6.       Concretise a unified position on African Agriculture ahead of CoP 21

 

Expected Outcomes

Coming out of the Regional Policy Dialogue, it is expected that all FANR stakeholders attending the dialogue will recognize CSA as a ‘best potential way’ to steer agricultural research and development into a new era of global efforts to advance people’s food and nutrition security. Most importantly, FANRPAN hopes to:

 

·         Improve understanding of the potential of CSA in addressing the challenges of food security in the face of climate change

·         Identify policy options and innovative approaches for early action to accelerate deployment of promising CSA technologies and, practices with a particular emphasis on strengthening adaptation and application in Africa

·         Clear recommendations for Africa’s UNFCCC Negotiators on Africa’s position on agriculture and climate change  

Venue

The Regional Policy dialogue will take place in Lusaka, Zambia at the InterContinental hotel.


Other(s) member(s) / Autre(s) participant(s) : Limbikani Matumba; Samuel Manda
Follow up / Suivi :

Finalize proceedings

Finalize resolutions

Upload dialogue presentations and outcomes

Convene PHLM core group meeting

Develop regional policy brief


Linked draft(s) / Document(s) de travail en lien :
      Achievements / Achèvement : 70%
      Type of card / Type de fiche : Workshop, meeting, event organization / organisation d’un atelier, d'une réunion ou d’un évènement
      Information sent to / Information diffusée à : Public, Groundnuts value Chain Consortium (GNVC), WP-Communication, WP-Coordination, WP-Capacities, WP-Partnerships

      FANRPAN CSA and PHLM Regional Policy Dialogue Programme & Concept Note

      Published by (name) / Mise en ligne par (Nom) : Sharon Alfred
      Description :

      CONCEPT NOTE

      Regional Climate Smart Agriculture Policy Dialogue

      “Creating an Enabling Environment for Scaling up Climate Smart Agriculture: The Road to Paris”

      26-28 August 2015

       

       

      Background

      The Food, Agriculture and Natural Resources Policy Analysis Network (FANRPAN[1]) is a regional multi-stakeholder policy research and advocacy network. The network engages with targeted constituencies at local and national levels, through its current 17 member countries in Africa. In each member country, the FANRPAN network operates through an inter-sectoral platform called a “node” comprising a diverse group of organizations including research institutes, farmer groups, government, media, parliamentarians, private sector and other civil society organizations that have a stake in Food, Agriculture and Natural Resources (FANR) policies.

      Category / catégorie : Communication & Advocacy / Definition, rules , Communication supports/Texts, User Led Process/FANRPAN-SACAU Groundnut
      Date of edition / Date d'édition : 28.08.2015
      Type of resource / Type de ressource : Meeting or event report / Compte rendu évènement,réunion, Concept note, note conceptuelle, Meeting report, Compte rendu, Progamme, Agenda, Booklet / Brochure
      On-line date / Date de mise en ligne : 16.09.2015
      Keywords / Mots-clés :
      Information sent to / Information diffusée à : Public, WP-Communication, WP-Coordination, WP-Capacities, WP-Partnerships

      KENFAP Partner Memorandum of Agreement - Kenya consortium

      Published by (name) / Mise en ligne par (Nom) : TH
      Description : Kenya - Aflatoxin contamination management along the maize value chain in Kenya
      Category / catégorie : Consortia Call1
      Date of edition / Date d'édition : 08.04.2011
      Type of resource / Type de ressource : Note, Memorandum
      On-line date / Date de mise en ligne : 25.09.2014
      Linked Dgroups library / Bibliothèque Dgroups liée : https://dgroups.org/paepard/wp5/library/m70v1ply?o=lc
      Keywords / Mots-clés :
      Information sent to / Information diffusée à : WP-Partnerships, WP-Communication, WP-Capacities, WP-Coordination

      Kenya - Aflatoxin contamination management along the maize value chain in Kenya

      Type of consortium / type de consortium : Research led consortium / consortium mené par la Recherche
      List of partners / Liste des partenaires : **//Partner 1 (Applicant)//** Mr. Charles Nkonge Kenya Agricultural Research Institute (KARI) Senior Principal Research Officer Tel: 254-0722-327936 Website: www.kari.org **//Partner 2//** Daphne Muchai Kenya National Federation of Agricultural Producers (KENFAP) Tel: +254-20-6008324/6000355 Fax: +254-20-6008325 **//Partner 3//** Erastus Kang’ethe National Educational and Research Institution University of Nairobi Tel: +254 722 363 873 **//Partner 4//** Vesa Joutsjoki MTT Agrifood Research Finland Tel: 358341883271 Fax: 358341883244
      European partner / Partenaire Européen : EUROPEAN PARTNER: Professor Hannu J. Korhonen MTT Agrifood Research, Finland. The EUROPEAN PARTNER was represented during the PI Pretoria by Dr. Vesa Joutsjoki of the MTT Agrifood Research Finland. Expected input and complementarily: - training of stakeholders and staff of the partner institutions.
      Innovation challenge / Défis relatifs à lÂ?innovation : 3 Aflatoxin Control strategies have to be used to make the grain safe. - Bio control using atoxigenic Aspergillus flavus - Use of good agronomic and post harvest practices. - Use of decontamination process for at least some of the maize. For this to be achieved, it requires participation by a wide range of stakeholders in the value chain hence more the need for an innovation system around this research area
      Initially identified funding opportunity / Financement initialement identifié : The partnership is targeting PAEPARD funding to bring partners together to discuss and map out the way forward for the aflatoxin contamination of maize in Kenya. The partnership intends to request for further funding from Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation and other development partners for scaling out the technologies that will be developed in the ongoing projects.
      PAEPARD workshops / Ateliers PAEPARD : [Richard Hawkins, 15/08] - The Kenya group of 4 was officially led by Charles (KARI), although Erastus from UoN seemed to be the more active. - They started by acknowledging that there are 3 (other) major aflatoxin projects/programmes in action and suggested that the problem was lack of linkage between these. However, they gave up on trying to propose a national aflatoxin "platform" as being too difficult (assuming that it would be simply too difficult to bring the different projects/ interested organisations together). - So they focussed on 2 different areas they thought were not being adequately tackled by the other projects: a) cultural practices in maize agronomy (mainly variety type) which lead to increased infection, and b) what to do with all the contaminated maize (use of animal feed leads to contaminated animal products; maybe use for bio fuels??). - They had a European partner present - Visa from Finland - but it was not really clear how likely they are to play a big role in any project of the sort mentioned. - They were also unclear about financing possibilities. partner inception workshop of South Africa: Workshop III, Pretoria, South Africa, 8-12 August, 2011
      Submitted proposals / propositions soumises : no
      Linked Dgroups library / Bibliothèque Dgroups liée : https://dgroups.org/paepard/wp5/library/m70v1ply?o=lc
      Keywords / Mots-clés :
      Information sent to / Information diffusée à : WP-Partnerships, WP-Communication, WP-Capacities, WP-Coordination

      Madzivhandila Tshilidzi

      First name / Prénom : Tshilidzi
      Last Name / Nom : Madzivhandila
      Membership of / Membre de : CRF/IF/ARF (Incentive or competitive funds)
      Function / Fonction : Director Policy and Research
      Name of organism / Nom de l'organisme : Food Agriculture and Natural Resources Policy Analysis Network
      Acronym / Sigle : FANRPAN
      Postal address / Adresse postale : 141 Cresswell Street, Weavind Park
      Zip code / Code postal : 0184
      Town / Ville : Pretoria
      Country / Pays : South Africa
      Involved countries / Pays concernés : Afrique du Sud
      Mail / Email : tmadzivhandila@fanrpan.org
      Phone / Téléphone fixe : +27128042966
      Fax : +27128040600
      Skype ID / Identifiant Skype : percy.madzivhandila
      Website / Site Internet : http://www.fanrpan.org
      Keywords / Mots-clés :
      Information sent to / Information diffusée à : WP-Partnerships, Groundnuts value Chain Consortium (GNVC)

      Matumba Limbikani

      First name / Prénom : Limbikani
      Last Name / Nom : Matumba
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      Membership of / Membre de : CRF/IF/ARF (Incentive or competitive funds)
      Function / Fonction : Researcher
      Name of organism / Nom de l'organisme : Department of Agricultural Research Services, Chitedze Station
      Acronym / Sigle : DARS
      Postal address / Adresse postale :
      Department of Agricultural Research Services, Chitedze Research Station, P.O Boxi 158, Lilongwe,
      Malawi
      Town / Ville : Lilongwe
      Country / Pays : Malawi
      Involved countries / Pays concernés : Malawi
      Mail / Email : alimbikani@gmail.com
      Cellphone / Téléphone mobile : +265999682549
      Fax : +2651707041
      Skype ID / Identifiant Skype : limbika.matumba
      Type of contact / Type de contact : Research center / Centre de recherche
      Keywords / Mots-clés :
      Information sent to / Information diffusée à : Public, Groundnuts value Chain Consortium (GNVC)

      Memorandum of Agreement - Kenya consortium

      Published by (name) / Mise en ligne par (Nom) : TH
      Description : Kenya - Aflatoxin contamination management along the maize value chain in Kenya
      Category / catégorie : Consortia Call1
      Date of edition / Date d'édition : 08.04.2011
      Type of resource / Type de ressource : Note, Memorandum
      Télécharger le fichier : fichier_ressource_KARI_MoA.doc
      On-line date / Date de mise en ligne : 25.09.2014
      Linked Dgroups library / Bibliothèque Dgroups liée : https://dgroups.org/paepard/wp5/library/m70v1ply?o=lc
      Keywords / Mots-clés :
      Information sent to / Information diffusée à : WP-Partnerships, WP-Communication, WP-Capacities, WP-Coordination

      National Dialogue on Post Harvest Losses

      Date of begining / Date de début : 06.10.2015
      Date of end / Date de fin : 07.10.2015
      Description :

      In collaboration with FAO and FANRPAN, the CRF-Groundnut Value Chain Consortium will hold a national dialogue on post harvest loss management. The dialogue, will be attended by policy makers, civil society organizations, development partners, farmers and researchers with the following aims;

      1) To increase awareness on farmer friendly post-harvest loss management technologies and practices

      2) To concretize on policies and related legislation that promote PHLM

      3) To nurture a PHLM community of practice  

      Paepard member(s) / Participant(s) Paepard :
      Other(s) member(s) / Autre(s) participant(s) : Mweshi MUkanga; Bruno Tran; Bella Mpofu; Tamani Nkono;
      Keywords / Mots-clés :
      Information sent to / Information diffusée à : Public, WP-Communication, Groundnuts value Chain Consortium (GNVC)

      Newsletter n°1 August 2016

      Published by (name) / Mise en ligne par (Nom) : TH
      Description :

      Newsletter n°1 August 2016

      Category / catégorie : Communication & Advocacy Strategy/ Implementation
      Paepard author(s) / Auteur(s) Paepard :
      Date of edition / Date d'édition : 10.08.2016
      Type of resource / Type de ressource : NewsLetter
      On-line date / Date de mise en ligne : 01.03.2017
      Keywords / Mots-clés :
      Information sent to / Information diffusée à : Public

      Planning for the National Dialogue on Postharvest Loss Management

      Start of event / Début de l'événement : 23.09.2015
      End of event / Fin de l'événement : 23.09.2015
      Type of event / Type d'évènement : Skype meeting / Réunion Skype
      Description :

      This is a planning meeting towards the upcoming national dialogue. we will discuss

      1) Workshop venue

      2) Participants and invitations

      3) Workshop budgets  

      4) Resource persons 

      Venue / Adresse de l'événement : Cyber space
      Mail / Email : bmakwenda@nasfam.org
      Action card linked / Action card reliée :
      Information sent to / Information diffusée à : Public, Groundnuts value Chain Consortium (GNVC)

      Policy brief - FANRPAN - Stemming Aflatoxin in the Groundnut Chain in Sub-Saharan Africa

      Published by (name) / Mise en ligne par (Nom) : TH
      Description :

      This policy brief about "Stemming Aflatoxin in the Groundnut Chain in Sub-Saharan Africa" was published by FANRPAN for the GNVC Consortia. This document was used at the AASW7 in Kigali June 2016.


      Category / catégorie : Communication & Advocacy Strategy/ Implementation, CRF/calls and projects
      Other(s) author(s) / Autre(s) auteur(s) : Limbikani Matumba, Kerstin Hell, Benoit Gnonlofin, Mweshi Mukanga, and Henry Njapau
      Date of edition / Date d'édition : 01.04.2016
      Type of resource / Type de ressource : Policy brief, Booklet / Brochure
      On-line date / Date de mise en ligne : 10.06.2016
      Linked Dgroups Forum / Forum Dgroups lié : http://www.fanrpan.org/projects/postharvest/
      Information sent to / Information diffusée à : Public, Uganda Vegetable Research (AFRISOL), Citrus Innovation Platform (CIP), ULP COLEACP, WP-Capacities, WP-Coordination, WP-Partnerships, BIOPROTECT, BURUNDI Agricultural Research For Development (ARF), Consortium Cosmétiques (CoC ), Développement de la chaine de valeur du piment (PEPPERMIX), ULP ROPPA, Nigerian Poultry Feeds R&D (NIPOFERD), Consortium Soja du Bénin (CSB), Consortium Aliment Bétail (CAB), Beef Consortia (ELVC), Groundnuts value Chain Consortium (GNVC), ULP PROPAC, African Indigenous Vegetables (UCU), WP-Communication

      Policy brief n°1 : Le rôle des partenariats multi-acteurs entre l’Afrique et l’Europe illustré par la question de la contamination par l’aflatoxine des denrées alimentaires et des aliments du bétail

      Published by (name) / Mise en ligne par (Nom) : TH
      Category / catégorie : Communication supports/PowerPoint
      Other(s) author(s) / Autre(s) auteur(s) : Communication task force
      Date of edition / Date d'édition : 01.03.2016
      Type of resource / Type de ressource : Summary, synthesis / Résumé, synthèse, Policy brief, Booklet / Brochure
      Télécharger le fichier : fichier_ressource_policy1fr.pdf
      On-line date / Date de mise en ligne : 25.05.2016
      Keywords / Mots-clés :
      Information sent to / Information diffusée à : Public, WP-Communication

      Policy brief n°1 : The role of multi-stakeholder partnerships between Africa and Europe exemplified by the issue of aflatoxin contamination of food and feed

      Published by (name) / Mise en ligne par (Nom) : TH
      Description :

      This document belongs to a set of promotional materials made by the "Communication task force" of the Paepard project.

      It's the first policy brief.

      Category / catégorie : Communication & Advocacy Strategy/ Implementation, Communication supports/PowerPoint
      Date of edition / Date d'édition : 01.10.2015
      Type of resource / Type de ressource : Policy brief, Booklet / Brochure
      Télécharger le fichier : fichier_ressource_policy1en.pdf
      On-line date / Date de mise en ligne : 31.03.2016
      Keywords / Mots-clés :
      Information sent to / Information diffusée à : Public, WP-Communication

      Review of Draft GNVC Policy Brief

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      Description :

      Terms of Reference for Producing a Policy Brief and Opinion Editorial Article on

      Post-Harvest Loss Management and Aflatoxin Contamination in the Groundnut Value Chain

       

       

      Background

      The Food, Agriculture and Natural Resources Policy Analysis Network (FANRPAN) is a regional multi-stakeholder policy research and advocacy network. The network engages with targeted constituencies at local and national levels through its current 17 member countries[1] in Africa. In each member country, the FANRPAN network operates through an inter-sectoral platform called a “node” comprising a diverse group of organizations including research institutes, farmer groups, government, media, parliamentarians, private sector and other civil society organizations that have a stake in Food, Agriculture and Natural Resources (FANR) policies. 

       

      FANRPAN’s strategy is centred on three mutually supportive thrusts: Policy Research; Capacity Building; and Policy Advocacy. FANRPAN’s vision is a food secure Africa without poverty and hunger.  FANRPAN’s mission is to promote effective FANR policies by: (i) facilitating linkages and partnerships between government and civil society, (ii) building the capacity for policy analysis and policy dialogue in Africa, and (iii) supporting demand-driven policy research and analysis. FANRPAN works in partnership with other organisations to deliver its mission (www.fanrpan.org).

       

      One of the projects implemented by FANRPAN under the Food and Nutrition Systems thematic thrust is the Platform for African and European Partnerships in Agricultural Research for Development (PAEPARD[2]).  PAEPARD is an eight year project funded by the European Commission (80%) and partner own contributions (20%). The project is coordinated by FARA and aims at building joint African-European multi-stakeholder partnerships in agricultural research for development (ARD) contributing to achieving the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs).

       

      The project is in its sixth year and is currently focusing on publication of research findings and advocacy materials.  In light of this, FANRPAN would like to engage a consultant to develop a policy brief and an opinion editorial (OPED) on post-harvest loss management and aflatoxin contamination in the groundnut value chain. This activity falls under the Work Package Partnerships user-led process, publications budget line item.



      [1] http://www.fanrpan.org/about/origins/

      [2] http://www.fanrpan.org/documents/d01848/

      Start of event / Début de l'événement : 28.08.2015
      End of event / Fin de l'événement : 15.10.2015
      Link / Lien vers le site Internet : http://doodle.com/poll/8zrbk6z2gttb5k6d
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      Roundtable of aflatoxin experts

      Date of begining / Date de début : 25.01.2016
      Date of end / Date de fin : 25.01.2016
      Description :
      PAEPARD1 is organizing with the support of the Directorate General Santé of the European Commission and the East African Farmer Federation (EAFF), and in collaboration with the Partnership for Aflatoxin Control in Africa (PACA) and the African Society of Mycotoxicology (ASM), a roundtable meeting of key aflatoxin experts (not only research experts) on the mitigation of aflatoxin in food and feed in Africa on Monday 25/01/2015 in Brussels (by invitation only). This is a follow up to the PAEPARD policy brief on the aflatoxin contamination of food and feed in Africa presented during the DEVCo Info Lunch conference in Brussels on 26th October 2015.
      • Date: Monday 25th January 2016: 9h30-17h30
      • Venue: Albert Borschette Conference Center (36 rue Froissart, Metro station “Schuman” lines 1 and 5)
      • Meeting Room: 5b (http://ec.europa.eu/internal_market/maps/ccab_en.htm)
      • Meeting title (which will be displayed on the screen in the income hall): Management of Aflatoxin in Africa: working group
      Paepard member(s) / Participant(s) Paepard :
      Other(s) member(s) / Autre(s) participant(s) : Franz Berthiller Paul Van Mele Sarah De Saeger Francois Stepman Tina Ajdic Aida Axelsson-Bakri Pieter Willems Agnieszka ROMANOWICZ Marc DUPONCEL Tereza HASOVA Frans Verstraete Francis Fay Nienke BUISMAN Benoit Gnonlonfin Alex Percy-Smith Habiba Wassef A
      Follow up / Suivi :
      Objectives of the Roundtable meeting:
      • Assessing the real needs of Africa, expressed by various stakeholders.
      • Assessing the current expertise from African and European organisations on aflatoxin issues relevant to Africa, and identify new research and ICT (Information and communication technology) collaboration on aflatoxin mitigation between Africa and Europe and synergies with ongoing or future aflatoxin research in Africa (China, USA, Germany …). 1
      • Linking together the most competent partners around the funding and knowledge bases for implementing aflatoxin contamination mitigation on a large scale in Africa.
      Linked document(s) / Document(s) en lien :
      Linked Dgroups library / Bibliothèque Dgroups liée : https://dgroups.org/?37g8jxya
      Linked Dgroups Forum / Forum Dgroups lié : https://dgroups.org/paepard/africanaflatoxinexpertgroup/
      Achievements / Achèvement : Recommendations and action plan: the recommendations and commitments to an action plan from this meeting will be presented during the panel session 3 of the ARCH Pre-event (on 26/01) to the DG-AGRI Agricultural Research and Innovation Conference (on 27-28
      Type of card / Type de fiche : Workshop, meeting, event organization / organisation d’un atelier, d'une réunion ou d’un évènement
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      Alfred Sharon

      First name / Prénom : Sharon
      Last Name / Nom : Alfred
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      Membership of / Membre de : Work package Partnerships
      Function / Fonction : Compliance Manager
      Name of organism / Nom de l'organisme : Food Agriculture and Natural Resources Policy Analysis Network
      Acronym / Sigle : FANRPAN
      Postal address / Adresse postale : 141 Cresswell Street, Weavind Park, Silverton
      Zip code / Code postal : 0184
      Town / Ville : Pretoria
      Country / Pays : South Africa
      Involved countries / Pays concernés : Afrique du Sud
      Mail / Email : salfred@fanrpan.org
      Other mails / Autres Mails : sz_alfred@yahoo.com
      Phone / Téléphone fixe : +27128042966
      Cellphone / Téléphone mobile : +27824188897
      Fax : +27128040600
      Skype ID / Identifiant Skype : sharon.alfred
      Website / Site Internet : http://www.fanrpan.org
      Type of contact / Type de contact : Network / Réseau
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      Stemming Aflatoxin pre- and post-harvest waste in the groundnut value chain (GnVC) in Malawi and Zambia to improve food and nutrition security in the smallholder farming families.

      Duration/ Durée : 36
      Status / Statut : Applicant / Postulant
      List of partners / Liste des partenaires : **//Partner 1 (applicant)//** National Smallholder Farmers' Association of Malawi (NASFAM) Farmer organization **//Partner 2//** Eastern Province Farmers Cooperative (EPFC) Limited Zambia. Not-For-Profit Community **//Partner 3//** FANRPAN, Zimbabwe Private voluntary Organization **//Partner 4//** NRI, UK Charity
      Description : In Malawi and Zambia, groundnuts form the basis for food and nutrition security for the majority of the smallholder farmers and are a vital component in the livelihoods of rural families. The challenge is that the groundnuts of these smallholder farmers are prone to Aflatoxin6 contamination. The contamination can occur any time from pre-harvest to post-harvest and has enormous health and economic consequence. Investing in pre- and post-harvest loss research, technical advice and policy advocacy to reduce food losses could significantly increase the food and nutrition security in Malawi and Zambia.
      Total budget / budget total : 300 000 Euros
      Amount requested / Montant demandé : 270 000 USD
      Contact : bmakwenda@nasfam.org
      Documents linked / Documents lies :
      Keywords / Mots-clés :
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      Upcoming Dialogue on PHLM in Malawi

      Description : Express your interest to participate and an invitation letter will be sent to you! send your inquiries to bmakwenda@nasfam.org
      Start of event / Début de l'événement : 06.10.2015
      End of event / Fin de l'événement : 07.10.2015
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