An indigenous peasant farmer holds native coffee grains he grows in the southern Mexican state of Chiapas. The sharing of benefits generated by genetic resources has become a controversial issue throughout Latin America.
Kidika Swai (right in red shirt) looking at a researcher Ismail Ngolinda when explaining about the importance of growing the WE 2109 which are grown in moderate drought conditions, tolerant to maize streak, and leaf rust at Kabuku farm trial in Handeni recently.
Managing director of the Tanzania Tourist Board (TTB) who is also a member of the board of directors of the Tanzania Women Bank (TWB) Devotha Mdachi (2nd L) receives Achievement Award from Minister of Health, Gender, the Elderly and Children Ummy Mwalimu.
The new law will benefit only a miniscule percentage of women employed in the organised sector while ignoring a large demographic toiling in the country's unorganised sector such as contractual labour, farmers, casual workers, self-employed women and housewives.
Tanzanian Council of Policy Reform Advocates (PRAs) and their Ugandan counterparts in a group photo taken at the National Agricultural Research Centre’s banana GMO confined field trials, last week at Kawanda-Uganda.