Southern and East Africa Network on Underutilised Crops (SEANUC)

Summary
The Southern and East Africa Network on Underutilised Crops was founded as a programme of ICUC with the specific mandate to facilitate research on underutilised vegetables and other crops in Africa. Its member countries are Kenya, Malawi, Mali, Mozambique, Namibia, South Africa, Tanzania, Uganda, Zambia, Zimbabwe. Funding from ICUC and the UK National Lottery Charities Board allowed SEANUC members to carry out research on amaranths and cucurbits in Tanzania and South Africa, and organize a planning workshop in Zambia in early 2004.

Organization
SEANUC

Group
Networks

File type
Web Page

Topic
AWARENESS AND KNOWLEDGE SHARING

Related topics
AWARENESS AND KNOWLEDGE SHARING

Keywords
agricultural landscape, agrobiodiversity, cultural practices, indigenous knowledge, indigenous species, policy

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