Potato and Sweet Potato Research Network of Eastern and Central Africa
Programme régional d'amélioration de la pomme de terre et de la patate douce en Afrique Centrale et de l'Est (PRAPACE)
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1984, as Potato Research Network of Eastern and Central Africa. Also referred to as Regional Potato and Sweet Potato Improvement Programme in Eastern and Central Africa. Current title adopted 1990. Integrated in the arrangement of Association for Strengthening Agricultural Research in Eastern and Central Africa (ASARECA) and with technical back-up from International Potato Center (CIP). Headquarters in Kampala (Uganda).
Transform potato and sweet potato to bring positive change on the social welfare and economic growth in Eastern and Central Africa.Available with paid subscription only.
Regional coordination of collaborative research among 25 scientists in the region.
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