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The Bio-Resources Innovations Network for Eastern Africa Development (Bio-Innovate) Program was established in 2010 to support multi-disciplinary biosciences and product oriented innovation activities in the eastern Africa countries of Burundi, Ethiopia, Kenya, Rwanda, Tanzania, and Uganda. Currently, the program comprises of 9 innovation and policy consortia projects and 57 partnering and collaborating institutions drawn from the six countries and outside the region.

Bio-Innovate Program builds on previous investments, achievements, and experiences from the Eastern Africa Regional Program and Research Network for Biotechnology, Biosafety and…

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22.04.15

China central television (CCTV) : Kampala project generating power from slaughterhouse waste

A biogas technology project in Uganda is turning animal waste...

08.04.15

Reuters News Agency: Kampala City Abattoir turns waste into 'electricity'

Uganda's largest slaughterhouse runs 24 hours a day, turning up to...

08.04.15

BBC World Service: ‘Science in Action’ story on waste water management

“While other companies in the East Africa region worry about where to...

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