From left to right: Julius Ecuru, Shira Mukiibi, Daniel Masiga, Vincent Owino, and the visiting team comprising of Julius Osaso, Peter Davenport and Raghd Rostom at the meeting to explore the possibility of developing an innovative diagnostic tool for farmers. The group observed that proper and early diagnosis of diseases or pollutants could significantly improve health outcomes or agronomic practices of smallholder farmers. The challenge, however, is to “develop assays that are affordable, reliable and can detect multiple disease conditions in a single test”, observed the group.