Then and now

Some 12 years ago, Biovision concluded a project in Ethiopia that controlled the tsetse fly and deadly sleeping sickness affecting livestock used biological methods. What has happened since then?

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“I always had a concern for the wellbeing of my fellow humans”

He changed from medicine to agro-science, researched leguminous plants and got the ministry for agriculture and Senegalese small-holders together: For Biovision, Alain Mbaye is a partner, a door opener and the person who does the right thing at the right time at the right place.

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"The benefit must be visible"

Every week, our blogger Daria Lehmann, currently in Kenya, meets people with exciting stories. This week, Rose Marubu tells her about the challenges of development cooperation in practice. (Blog in German)

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Annual Report 2017

Last year was a record year for Biovision. Never before have so many funds been invested in our projects. In the activity report, we look back over the past year and provide transparent information on the source and use of funds. You can find the Annual Report online or order it in printed form.

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