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BioInnovate Africa Programme

A lab technician working on potato specimen in the lab The BioInnovate Africa Programme 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. The Programme supported  9 innovation and policy consortia projects between 2010 and 2015, and had 57 partnering and collaborating institutions drawn from the six countries and outside the region. BioInnovate Africa Programme builds on previous investments, achievements, and experiences from the Eastern Africa Regional Program and Research Network for Biotechnology, Biosafety and Biotechnology Policy Development (BIO-EARN) and other regional initiatives. BioInnovate Africa emphasizes the utilisation of bioscience research and technologies to improve productivity of small holder farming communities in eastern Africa. It also seeks to enhance the competitiveness of agro/ bio-processing enterprises. Environmental sustainability and resilience to climate change are a key aspect of the programme. BioInnovate Africa Programme is based at the International Centre of Insect Physiology and Ecology (icipe) in Nairobi, Kenya. Success Stories


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

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


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

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


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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