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Kenya

Date Activities Sort descending Partners Funders Country/Region
2014–2015 Management and control of aflatoxin in the maize value chain.

FAO

FAO

Kenya
2012-Ongoing Nadelle tours train ,empower visitors to the farms and also farmers on the effects of Aflatoxin. For visitors we talk about what goes on in food production.

Green Without Borders

Private tourism business

Kenya
2010 Purchasing contaminated commodities.

Government of Kenya

Government of Kenya

Kenya
2010–2013 Building capacity to improve safety in the dairy feed chain with special focus on health risks associated with biological contaminants.

Egerton UniversityUniversity of NairobiKARIMTT Agrifood Research FinlandFinnish Food Safety Authority

Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Finland

Kenya
2009–2011 Carrying out field activities related to local beneficial fungi biocontrol.

 

KARI

World Bank

Kenya
2011–2015 Developing a mycotoxin diagnostics platform and applying this to a national maize-breeding programme.

BecACornell UniversityCSIRO; Governments of Kenya and Tanzania; QAAFI

AusAID

Kenya
2013-2016 Dissemination of Pre- and Post-Harvest Technologies for Management of Aflatoxin Contamination of Maize In Kenya for Improved Health and Income aims

Ministry of Health; County Governments; State department of Agriculture; FAO; University of Nairobi

FAO

Kenya
2013–2014 Economic evaluation of farmers’ awareness and attitudes on aflatoxin-resistant maize in Kilifi county.

University of Nairobi; Ministry of Agriculture in Kenya; Kenya Agricultural Research Institute

Kenya
Evaluation of Efficacy, Acceptability and Palatability of Calcium montmorillonite Clay used to reduce aflatoxin B1 dietary exposure in a in a Crossover Clinical Trial in Kenya

CDC

CDC

Kenya
2011–2012 Exploring alternative uses for contaminated crops.

AGRA

Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation

Kenya
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