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DTMA Platform April-July 2010 DTMA Platform April-July 2010

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In this issue we turn the spotlight on our country partner, Malawi and also focus on training and seedrelated initiatives and news.

DTMA Annual Highlights 2010 DTMA Annual Highlights 2010

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Drought-tolerant maize for Africa: Better food security and livelihoods

DT MAIZE. A quarterly Bulletin of the Drought Tolerant Maize for Africa Project DT MAIZE. A quarterly Bulletin of the Drought Tolerant Maize for Africa Project

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DT Maize is a quarterly publication of the DTMA (Drought Tolerant Maize for Africa) project, funded by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. Its aim is to inform partners and the general public at large about developments related to drought tolerant maize in Sub-Saharan Africa. It publishes short, general articles, relevant news, and events related to DTMA. Articles and news on all aspects of maize in Africa from sister projects and other partners are also welcome. Any feedback from our readers would be appreciated.

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

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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.

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