Project consortium 4 is one of the nine Bio-Innovate consortia projects whose aim is to create innovative technologies that will produce mushrooms and bio-energy from coffee and sisal processing wastes while reducing environmental pollution in eastern Africa. At the end of the project, some of notable envisaged outcomes include:
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As part of the two-day monitoring and evaluation exercise, the Bio-Innovate Program Management Team, the TAC representative, and consortium project 2 partners made a field visit to Musanze Research Centre in Rwanda on 2 June 2012.
The Bio-Innovate Program Management Team (PMT) had a three-day extensive visit of Bio-Innovate consortia project run by Makerere University Kampala (MAK) on 12-15 July 2012. The itinerary included officiating the opening of a refurbished controlled environment growth chamber renovated by project consortium 1 on ‘delivering new sorghum and finger millet innovations...
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