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Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation
- The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation works with partner organizations worldwide to tackle critical problems related to hunger, poverty, health, and education.
International Programs in Agriculture (IPIA), Purdue University
- IPIA at Purdue University promotes and facilitates partnerships and activities designed to help improve agriculture, natural resources, and food systems locally, regionally and around the world, as well as enrich communities at Purdue, Indiana and beyond.
- The Purdue Improved Crop Storage (PICS2) project carries out research to explore the usefulness and value of PICS triple bags for controlling storage insect pests of other crops including maize, sorghum, wheat, rice, peanut, common bean, hibiscus seed, mung bean, pigeon pea and bambara groundnut.
Network for the Genetic Improvement of Cowpea for Africa (NGICA)
- NGICA is a voluntary association of scientists and other stakeholders in cowpea working in partnership with the African Agriculture Technology Foundation (AATF).
Feed the Future Innovation Lab for Collaborative Research on Grain Legumes
- The Feed the Future Innovation Lab for Collaborative Research on Grain Legumes (formerly the Pulse CRSP) contributes to economic growth and food and nutrition security through knowledge and technology generation that strengthens grain legume (e.g., bean, cowpea, pigeon pea, etc.) value chains and enhances the capacity and sustainability of agriculture research institutions that serve grain legume sectors in developing countries of Africa and Latin America.
West Africa Regional Consortium of Integrated Pest Management Excellence
- This project is part of a USAID funded Integrated Pest Management CRSP that seeks to develop regional IPM programs in West Africa. It involves five African countries including: Burkina Faso, Gambia, Guinea, Mali, Senegal and multiple institutions in these countries and the US.
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