Between May and October 2012, the PMO in conjunction with the Technical Advisory Committee (TAC) participated in the monitoring and review of projects to assess progress made during the first year of implementation.
For eastern Africa countries to transform into bio-economies, it would require collaborative capacity building efforts to create a critical mass of scientists in the field of biosciences.
Bio-Innovate Developing Innovations for Integrating Waste Management and Bioenergy Production in Ethiopia’s Tannery Industry
Seventy kilometers away from Addis Ababa, Ethiopia’s capital city, lays Mojo or Modjo as inhabitants of this town call it. The town got its name from Modjo River that passes through this industrial town.
We are delighted to share with you our esteemed reader the second issue of the Bio-Innovate Program newsletter. In this issue, we are sharing the progress in the Program implementation and the achievements made by our innovation partners in eastern Africa.
Creating effective partnerships along the innovation value chain is key to delivering innovations to the end users
Bio-Innovate has invested heavily on partnership as its strategy to deliver bioscience and bio-resource innovations to the end user. Each of the consortium projects is carefully designed to include key partners that span the innovation value chain from the laboratory or experimental field to the farmers or industrial partners.