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Date Activities Sort descending Partners Funders Country/Region
2013-2017 Farmer field schools in northern Ghana focusing on control in groundnuts

Ghana Ministry of Food and Agriculture (MoFA)

USAID

Ghana
Developing enterosorbent intervention therapies for populations at risk for aflatoxin-related diseases

Texas A&M UniversityNoguchi Memorial Institute of Medical Research

USAID Washington

Ghana
Developing methods for establishing a global network for aflatoxin exposure.

University of Georgia

USAID Washington

Ghana
Investigating aflatoxin financial and health risks along the peanut marketing chain.

Auburn UniversityKwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology

USAID Washington

Ghana
Investigating an association of aflatoxin biomarker levels with health status and HIV disease.

University of AlabamaKwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology

USAID Washington

Ghana
2007–present Quality assurance of agricultural products through metrological and testing services: laboratory support to achieve international accreditation according to ISO 17025.

PTB, Germany; FRI, Ghana

BMZ

Ghana
2016-2020 The Aflasafe Technology Transfer and Commercialization (ATTC) Program is designed to carefully and efficiently identify strategic options for partnership with private companies or government entities,

USAID and BMGF

Ghana
2014-2016 The goal of this project is to investigate the relative and combined impact of technological and market aflatoxin mitigation interventions for groundnuts.

Feed the Future Innovation Lab on Peanut Productivity and Mycotoxin Control

USAID

Ghana
2009 The Nestle Grain Quality Improvement Program trains farmers to be aware of health effects of producing and consuming aflatoxin

Northern Rural Growth Program NRGP, Locals Agricultural Extension Institutions

Nestle, NRGP

Ghana
2013-2017 Using Applied Research and Technology to Minimize Aflatoxin Contamination and Increase Production, Quality and Marketing of Peanut in Ghana

Feed the Future Innovation Lab on Peanut Productivity and Mycotoxin Control, North Carolina State Universtiy

USAID

Ghana
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