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DT Maize Bulletin: Vol 3. No. 4 December 2014 DT Maize Bulletin: Vol 3. No. 4 December 2014

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DTMA Moves to the Next Level: Welcoming DTMASS

The December issue of the DT Maize Bulletin celebrates the launch of a new project, Drought Tolerant Maize for Africa Seed Scaling (DTMASS), was born out of the progress made by DTMA and other CIMMYT-Africa maize projects between 2007 and 2014. Over 80 stakeholder representatives gathered for the official project launch on 17-18 November 2014 in Addis Ababa. Funded by the United States Agency for International Development (USAID), the project is implemented in seven countries in eastern (Ethiopia, Kenya, Tanzania, and Uganda) and southern (Malawi, Mozambique, and Zambia) Africa.

DTMA Project Platform. October - December 2009 DTMA Project Platform. October - December 2009

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In this newsletter, you will find updates on the DTMA program for the last trimester of 2009.

DTMA Project Platform. January - June 2009 DTMA Project Platform. January - June 2009

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Date added: 09/30/2009
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This newsletter summarizes key events in the DTMA region, from January to June 2009.

DT Maize Vol. 4 No. 3 DT Maize Vol. 4 No. 3

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Date added: 10/07/2015
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The last edition of DTMaize bulletin in 2015 focuses on maize production in Kenya. Maize accounts for 40 percent of all crop area, and is Kenya’s most important crop, accounting for more than 51 percent of all staples grown in the country. Maize is produced for both home consumption and market – with small-scale farmers only selling an estimated 20 percent of their production. The bulletin also highlights the end of Africa’s two key maize projects – the Drought Tolerant Maize for Africa and Improved Maize for African Soils – that wind up after 8 and 5 years (respectively) of maize work in sub-Saharan Africa.

DTMA Project Platform. July - September 2009 DTMA Project Platform. July - September 2009

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Date added: 12/21/2009
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This issue of the Platform covers events from July to September 2009.

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