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Field trials on GM maize

Kenya planted genetically modified (GM) maize in open fields. The seeds, modified to resist insect p...

7th June 2005
Africa: What’s the cure?

Africa\'s problems will only be overcome if science and technology are made an integral part of the...

14th June 2005
Sub-Saharan Africa Lags Behind

While about one billion people in the developing world still live on less than a dollar day, in Sub-...

21st June 2005
Aid Debate: Swimming Upstream

The developing countries that had collected the most development aid were the ones in the worst shap...

12th July 2005
Fishing Industry on Threat

The fisheries department warned that increased waste input into Lake Victoria and its catchment area...

9th August 2005
Joy and Relief in Niger

Villagers in Niger gaze in wonder at the ears of millet ready for picking in the fields. They hope t...

30th November -0001
Zuma and Ezozo: Ambassadors for Peace

The Interreligious and International Federation for World Peace (IIFWP) presented Jacob Zuma and Agr...

11th October 2005
IREN Director in Oslo Norway

IREN Director left for Oslo where he made a presentation on Reclaiming Africa – The Millennium Devel...

18th October 2005
MOI University SIFE Team Makes History

MU SIFE team made history as the first SIFE Kenya team to advance to the Semi-Finals where they comp...

18th October 2005
SIFE Kenya Annual Luncheon

The event brought together SIFE Kenya sponsors, the universities and friends of SIFE.

15th November 2005
Ghana’s Banking Sector Yields Over $31 Million

Ghana netted over $31million worth of foreign capital inflow as a result of continued consolidation...

29th November 2005
The 2nd SIFE Kenya Leadership Training

The event aimed at exposing SIFE Kenya teams to the new SIFE Projects Auditing Standards in order to...

13th December 2005
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The 15th IREN Africa Resource...