A formidable Baobab research team: RUFORUM expands support in West Africa

As RUFORUM increases its presence in West Africa several GRGs are working with farmers and in this clip we see significant innovation and contribution to human and livestock nutrition from growing baobab. They were able to harvest leaves for human and animal nutrition within one year.

Mitigating Climate Change: Global solutions from Namibia

The study was conducted to evaluate the nutritional characteristics of five indigenous legumes compared against Lucerne as potential livestock fodder.

Bringing together the best: cross-bred goats and dedicated researchers

Cross-bred goats show their potential to contribute to milk supplies in Botswana and to utilise the natural bushveld pastures.

Climate Change Challenges Researchers – Building Resilience and Mitigation strategies

The devastating effects of climate change provide university researchers with challenges as the drought leaves farmers with no groundnuts to harvest and no income. The project deadlines and student graduation are delayed as the proposed research must be adapted and focus on resilience to climate change and mitigation strategies.

RUFORUM Regional Programmes: Research Methods

Alma Muropa, an M.Sc grantee studying in Kenya, demonstrates the impact of RUFORUM regional programmes with her research exploring options to assess the uptake of Conservation Agriculture in Domboshawa Zimbabwe.