Combating Climate Change With Agroforestry
“The best time to plant trees was 20 years ago, but the send best time to plant trees in now”
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Hudson shiraku

Why We Need to Tell Success Stories; BvAT Executive Director Dr. David Amudavi
“Success stories are about our dreams,” he begun, “Dream of what you can do to change a farmer and his/her
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Hudson shiraku

Eastern Africa key Stakeholders Workshop on EOA Initiative at Gelian Hotel,Machakos City
The EOA Eastern Africa Stakeholders Planning workshop at Gelian Hotel Machakos
Biovision Africa Trust (BvAT) as an Executing Agency of the Ecological Organic Agriculture Initiative in Africa is hosting a 5-day
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Hudson shiraku

From L: Peter Sidler (SDC), David Amudavi (BvAT), Manuel Flury (SDC) and Andi Schriber (Biovision Foundation) at the BvAT Exhibition SDC Conference.
BvAT ED Attends BvAT AGM and SDC Annual Conference in Switzerland
The week of June 24-30 was a busy one for the BvAT Executive Director, Dr. David Amudavi. He attended a
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Dalton Kim

Biovision Africa Trust Day – Connecting with farmers
Biovision Africa Trust (BvAT) has taken the show to be associated with the Biovision Foundation’s celebrations of its 20th anniversary
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Dalton Kim

The TOF Magazine Project Manager during the prize giving ceremony
The Organic Farmer BAKE Award Winner 2018!
The Organic Farmer (TOF) has been awarded the Best Agricultural Blog by the Bloggers Association of Kenya (BAKE) winners of
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Hudson shiraku

Fall ARMY WORM push pull, africa, biovision africa trust
PushPull Technology key in fight against Fall Army Worm.
Dressed in a Brown trouser and a matching cap, Allan Methu admires his maize plantation. Allan is a Push Pull
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Meeting with Hungarian delegation to promote organic oyster mushroom (Pleurotus spp.) production in Kenya
BvAT Team with the Hungarian Researchers and Investors On 2nd March, BvAT team met with a Hungarian delegation of five
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Sorghum becomes the new cash crop for Meru farmers
Sorghum becomes the new cash crop for Meru farmers Sorghum is the fifth most important grain after maize. It is
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