Tailored opportunities: Call for Poster Abstracts for the Carter Conference at the University of Florida, April 15-17, 2020 on “Shifting Momentum in African Agriculture through Research and Technologies”


The Center for African Studies at the University of Florida is pleased to announce a collaborative conference with the Feed the Future Innovation Lab for Livestock System. This year’s Carter Conference will explore how momentum is shifting in African agriculture through research and technologies to improve resilience, livelihoods, and nutrition. The center invites poster abstracts for this event from members of the academic, public/government, private and non-for-profit sector. The conference will focus on the role that nutrition, livelihoods and resilience play in societal development. It does so by acknowledging the close relationship between good nutrition, inclusive and sustainable agricultural-led economic growth and strengthened resilience among people and natural systems.


Any applicant who can develop posters based on peer reviewed research or practical approaches in related fields.  


The deadline is January 31, 2020 


All poster abstracts must be submitted via the Piestar Proposal system If you have technical difficulties, click on “Help” within Piestar. Proposals received through email or any other form will not be considered.

For more information please visit the link: https://rfx.piestar.com/opportunities/all/rfp/102

If you have any questions, feel free to contact Andrea Bohn at abohn@ufl.edu

Author: African Academic/Researcher

Science and Research by Africans for Africa

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