Graduate Overview
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2004-2007 Graduate Program

U.S. AID - Washington through the Association Liaison Office (ALO) for University Cooperation in Development

Linking Biotechnology/ Bioengineering with Mali-based Agribusiness:  Strengthening Food and Water Quality for Health, Safety, and Exports

Results
  • for Malians, seven graduate scholarships to facilitate development of soil microbiology lab, water quality center, tomato/potato disease-free tissue culture, entrepreneurial incubator center for agricultural businesses, farmer-to-farmer teaching and learning centers, holistic management, quarantine management, self-sustaining research/extension

  • Curricular Change

  • IER and IPR/IFRA Partnerships

Process
Sandwich graduate studies include distance-based and U.S. on-campus learning with U.S. and Malian mentor teams.

 

The Mali Agribusiness Center seeks to improve the lives of rural Malians by encouraging and supporting new agricultural businesses through technological development and distribution, training initiatives, and linking government agencies, NGOs, financial institutions and entrepreneurs.
The Mali Agribusiness Entrepreneurial Incubator Center
Job descriptions Package
 
Partners
Peace Corps in Mali
30093rd May 2005

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