Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) advice for travelling scholars The pandemic continues to develop dynamically and is a cause for concern in the partners’ countries. To this end, COVID-19 test is mandatory for all trip, and it is recommendable to check the regulations in terms of requirements in your host and home institutions before any trip. If…
I am Josephine Tafadzwa Pasipanodya, a Ph.D. candidate at the University of Namibia. I am a Zimbabwean national, and a recipient of the MoBreed scholarship which I applied for and was fortunately awarded in 2017.
After a transparent selection process, the MoBreed program selection committee has decided on successful applications of the fourth call launched in September 2019. See below:
Learn more about the program here and find the application process here
In the framework of the launching conference of the African Plant Breeders Association (APBA), a delegation from the MoBreed Scholars was in Accra, University of Ghana. From 23- 25 October, discussions, panels, oral and poster presentations were held under the theme ‘’ ’Advances in classical breeding and application of modern breeding tools for food and nutrition…
In order to effectively tackle food insecurity and mitigate the devastating impact of climate change on food crops production system in Africa, MoBreed and GENES programs in collaboration with the Integrated Genotyping Service and Support (IGSS) at BecA-ILRI
Enhancing training and research mobility for novel crops breeding in Africa MoBreed (Mobility for Breeders in Africa) Scholarship Program is an initiative of five public universities from three African regions and one university in Europe to advance knowledge on useful crops of Africa and increase scholars’ capacity in addressing food security.