Africa: Africa Still Hesitant to Adapt Agro Biotech

06:06 EDT 21 Jun 2017 | Topix

Lack of funding, loss of trained technical expertise, slow development of the biotechnology sector, lack of political will and the issue of public acceptance brought by activism are the main challenges facing many African countries especially, East African countries on biotechnology and bio-safety. A three-day workshop held in Mwanza Region, organized by African Agricultural Technology Foundation in collaboration with Tanzania Commission of Science and Technology , focused on strengthening reporting on agricultural biotechnology for relevant policy approaches.

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