Consortium for Improving Agriculture-based Livelihoods in Central Africa (CIALCA)
15-16 Sep 2005, Kigali (Rwanda), to enhance research synergies between 3 projects led by Bioversity International, International Institute of Tropical Agriculture (IITA) and Tropical Soil Biology and Fertility Institute (TSBF-CIAT), and endorsed by Directorate-General for Development Cooperation (DGDC). Ceased to exist as an independent programme when activities were integrated into the Humidtropics programme of CGIAR System Organization (CGIAR), end 2013.
Improve agriculture-based livelihoods in Central Africa through sustainably increased system productivity to enhance income, nutrition security and the environment.Available with paid subscription only.
Projects: Sustainable and Profitable Banana-based Systems for the African Great Lakes Region - led by IITA; Enhancing the resilience of agro-ecosystems in Central Africa - led by TSBF-CIAT; Building Impact Pathways for Improving Livelihoods in Musa-based Systems in Central Africa - led by Bioversity International.
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