The Ethiopian Lupins for Food and Feed project aims to develop sweet (low alkaloid) white lupins for Ethiopia.
The GCRF Underutilised Plants of Tropical Africa Hub project will aim to turn plant diversity in Sub-Saharan Africa into an economic resource for community livelihoods.
The goal of (TIPAs): Cameroon is to identify and promote the long-term conservation and sustainable management of Cameroon’s most important sites for plant diversity.
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