HORTINLEA team visits WorldVeg to study traditional African vegetables

Focusing on African nightshade, amaranth, spider plant and Ethiopian kale, the HORTINLEA project aims to boost the potential of traditional African vegetables to improve nutrition and increase farmer incomes. A group of young researchers is looking into ways to share the knowledge and know-how collected by the project with farmers, other researchers, and policymakers.

2017-09-14T06:33:50+00:00 September 14th, 2017|Categories: Articles, Eastern and Southern Africa, SEP2017|Tags: , |

Roselyne Houeto

Roselyne Houeto has joined WorldVeg West and Central Africa – Coastal and Humid Regions in Benin as an Administrative Assistant. She holds a Master’s Degree in English Language from the National University of Abomey-Calavi. Roselyne previously worked as a Secretary for AfricaRice Benin-Cotonou Station on the Policy, Innovation Systems, and Impact Assessment program (2012-2016), and as an Administrative Assistant at the Benin Ministry of Health (2006-2001).

2017-09-13T07:00:15+00:00 September 13th, 2017|Categories: SEP2017, Welcome|Tags: |

Komla Azoma

Komla Azoma is the new Training and Outreach Assistant at WorldVeg West and Central Africa – Coastal and Humid Regions in Benin.

2017-09-13T07:00:59+00:00 September 13th, 2017|Categories: SEP2017, Welcome|Tags: |