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Date Activities Sort descending Partners Funders Country/Region
2012 Developing and commercializing the biological control of aflatoxins in Zambia. Carrying out field activities related to local beneficial fungi biocontrol.

USDAIITAICRISATNational Institute for Scientific and Industrial ResearchMinistry of Agriculture, Zambia, ZARI-GoZ

USAID Zambia

Zambia
Groundnut value chain analysis: identifying risks of aflatoxin contamination, appropriate aflatoxin mitigation techniques, and the costs and benefits of applying these techniques.

TwinSouth Africa GroundnutTiger BrandsIKURUPeanut CRSPNASFAM; FreshPikt; Government of ZambiaSATH

USAID Southern Africa

Zambia
2012-Ongoing IITA is leading aflatoxin mitigation in Zambia using biological control and other management practices in the maize and groundnut value chain to improve public health, increase trade, augment smallholder income, and enhance food security.

IITA, USDA-ARS, National Institute for Scientific and Industrial Research, and other national partners

IITA, USAID, GIZ, Africa Rising, and other partners

Zambia
2012-Ongoing IITA is leading aflatoxin mitigation in Zambia using biological control and other management practices in the maize and groundnut value chain to improve public health, increase trade, augment smallholder income, and enhance food security. Activities inclu

IITA, USDA-ARS, National Institute for Scientific and Industrial Research, and other national partners

IITA, USAID, GIZ, Africa Rising, and other partners

Zambia
2013-2017 Interventions will be studied to address a wide range of production, post-harvest handling, and processing issues relative to peanutsthroughout the value chain and the cumulative effect of these efforts measured against traditional production....

North Carolina State University

Feed the Future Innovation Lab on Peanut Productivity and Mycotoxin Control (PMIL)

Zambia
Laboratory assessment of aflatoxin testing capabilities with a view to obtaining ISO 17025 accreditation.

SAGLNovus InternationalSATH, USDA

USAID Southern Africa

Zambia
2014-2017 Reducing Mycotoxin Contamination of Maize, Groundnuts And Beans to Improve Food Safety And Enhance Health And Trade

Lilongwe University Agriculture and Natural Resources (Malawi), National Institute for Scientific and Industrial Research(Zambia),

World Bank

Zambia
2014 The co-regulation of aflatoxin in maize presents a possible regulatory strategy to improve food safety and provides a possible policy alternative to manage aflatoxin risk for African grain handlers, millers, and food safety authorities.

Texas A&M AgriLife Research at the BecA ILRI Hub, International Food Policy Research Institute  BecA ILRI Hub  Cereal Millers Association

Office of the Texas State Chemist - Texas A&M AgriLife Research

Zambia
2013-2016 The goal of this project is to establish and validate methods for measuring major mycotoxin biomarkers,

Feed the Future Innovation Lab on Peanut Productivity and Mycotoxin Control, University of Georgia

USAID

Zambia
2013-2017 The overall goal of this project is to use RNA interference (RNAi) to reduce aflatoxin in peanut seeds.

USDA-ARS

Feed the Future Innovation Lab on Peanut Productivity and Mycotoxin Control (PMIL)

Zambia
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