RIU - Research Into Use

RIU Sierra Leone update: David Sam Suale

Agricultural fairs, sharing emerging impact

5 July 2011

RIU Sierra Leone update: Djasma Tangula

Research Into Use (RIU) Sierra Leone has put research into use at scale and supported farmers engaged in agricultural enterprises. These engagements are worth celebrating as the adoption of research outputs by farmers and partners have positively impacted their lives. It is anticipated that evidence of farmers' increased output on agricultural/poultry production with the new approaches/innovations introduced by RIU will positively influence policy development and regulation.

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Dried fruit and chicken feed

12 June 2010

Research Into Use Sierra Leone continues with the facilitation and capacity development of the two commodity-based innovation platforms namely:

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RIU Sierra Leone takes to the road

12 June 2010

We have been out on the road over the past few months to spread the message of RIU Sierra Leone. Some highlights included:

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PAID governance and baseline data update.

29 May 2010

We have been working to set up the governance structure for PAID. The new board consists of:

  • Thomas T. Tarawalie - chairman
  • Gladys Hindowa - vice chairman
  • Dauda K. Gbow - financial secretary

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PAID – a worthwhile investment

18 March 2010

Our priorities to 2011 are capacity development for PAID (Partnership in Agricultural Innovation for Development) and fast-track platforms focused on solar drying in the fruit/ horticultural value chain and poultry feed production and marketing .

In 2009, following the review, we decided to concentrate on areas with the highest potential impact. This has resulted in the work we had started in market access, youth and use of research being taken forward in other ways, with less direct involvement from us.

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Networks development

10 December 2009

The end of 2009 saw a number of new partnerships established

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