OFAB Launched in TanzaniaJune 26, 2009
Mshinda added that a lack of information on the opportunities offered by biotechnology has resulted in the slow adoption of various agro-technologies to address food problems. He said that developing countries need to be part of the dialogue on food biotechnology crops. OFAB is supported by the African Agricultural Technology Foundation which also assists forum chapters in Kenya, Uganda and Nigeria.
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