Fresh look for Biovision website

Since August, the Biovision website www.biovision.ch has had a new look. With its attractive, modern design and clear layout, it encourages visitors to discover even more about the Foundation’s exciting projects.

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Agroforestry Project in Uganda: First Achievements

The project „Reforestation in Kaliro“ has been running since January 2014 with the aim to create new sources of income and improve the supply of food, timber and firewood.

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Biovision Newsletter no. 31

Uganda - The country needs trees!

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PAMCA Conference on Vector Control for Malaria Eradication

The Pan African Mosquito Control Association (PAMCA) is holding its first annual conference in Nairobi from 6 to 8 October 2104. “Challenges of vector control in the malaria eradication era” is the conference’s title and it is aimed at mosquito researchers, vector control specialists, industry representatives, NGOs, policy makers, educators and students from across Africa and beyond.

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Small food producers as agents of change for sustainable development - Article on FAO.org

The impact that small food producers and family farmers can make as “change agents for sustainable agriculture and food systems” was the subject of a Biovision and Millennium Institute co-hosted side event during the UN High Level Political Forum (HLPF) on Sustainable Development on Tuesday 1 July 2014 in New York.

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