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  1. Sequestering Carbon in Costa Rican Agriculture to Mitigate Climate Change

    https://ipa.osu.edu/international-perspectives/visitor-perspectives/sequestering-carbon-costa-rican-agriculture-mitigate

    climate change and adaptation to more drastic environments, thereby directly improving the livelihood of ... understand better through my visit to The Ohio State University.   Thanks to the support from Borlaug ...   Additionally, soil organic carbon quantity and quality have a direct impact on improving crop productivity, ...

  2. Transforming Tanzanian Agriculture: CFAES Faculty Train Extension Instructors on Agribusiness and Entrepreneurship

    https://ipa.osu.edu/news/transforming-tanzanian-agriculture-cfaes-faculty-train-extension-instructors-agribusiness-and

    Committee on Agriculture, Livestock and Water (Tanzania Daily News, 2017, p. 2). To contribute to this ... Agricultural Economics and Business Studies. The effort was an outgrowth of the USAID-supported Innovative ... Programs in Agriculture Office, and received additional support through a 2016 Impact Grant from Ohio ...

  3. Global Gateways

    https://ipa.osu.edu/global-gateways

    across the globe and provide the university with a myriad of opportunities, including operational support ... was established in 2010 with support from the U.S. Department of State. The China Gateway, located in ...

  4. Deadline: 2018 Future Leader Forum and AIARD Conference

    https://ipa.osu.edu/events/deadline-2018-future-leader-forum-and-aiard-conference

    a competitive fellowship program to nurture and provide partial financial support to students attending both: 1) ...

  5. IPM Project Saves Money for Kenyan Farmer

    https://ipa.osu.edu/news/ipm-project-saves-money-kenyan-farmer

    (USAID) and directed by scientists at the  Kenya Agricultural & Livestock Research Organization ...

  6. Gender and Food Safety Research to Improve Quality of Baby Foods in Tanzania

    https://ipa.osu.edu/news/gender-and-food-safety-research-improve-quality-baby-foods-tanzania

    iAGRI-supported study conducted by Tanzanian graduate student Joan Msuya examined food safety behaviors and ... completed this study as part of her M.S. thesis research at OSU under the direction of Dr. Sanja Ilic, OSU’s ... for food safety education. Most women were adults (27.7 ± 7 years old) and had completed elementary ...

  7. Deadline: SPI Visiting Scholar Exchange Program

    https://ipa.osu.edu/events/deadline-spi-visiting-scholar-exchange-program

    generous support of the Slovene Ministry of Education and Science and the Research Center at the Slovene ... of Sciences and Arts. It does not support travel or any other expenses. Proposed exchanges should ...

  8. Winfrid Tamba: Creating a Better Tomorrow for Tanzania's Farmers By Improving Ag. Extension

    https://ipa.osu.edu/international-perspectives/student-perspectives/winfrid-tamba-creating-better-tomorrow-tanzanias

    the average world recorded potential of 27kg/tree per year. With the broad understanding of extension ... agents and decision makers about appropriate and sustainable extension approaches that may promote the ... Development (USAID) for supporting my graduate studies at Ohio State. Of course it would not have been ...

  9. Deadline: Academic Enrichment Grants Applications Due

    https://ipa.osu.edu/events/deadline-academic-enrichment-grants-applications-due

    which support activities with lasting impact across the globe. The grant competition is open to faculty, ...

  10. Animal Health Scientist from Tanzania Shares Research Experiences at Ohio State through One Health Initiative and iAGRI

    https://ipa.osu.edu/international-perspectives/visitor-perspectives/animal-health-scientist-tanzania-shares-research

    well, I and my mentors, applied for funding support through the Innovative Agricultural Research ... to extend its support. iAGRI agreed to support my 4 month fellowship at the IDMEL from March 4, 2014 ... indispensable support for my fellowship at OSU. This support was timely and very crucial to my study. My ...

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