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Mali – Matar Dione, a master trainer for the IPPM programme, looking for insects in an FFS cotton field.

GCP/RAF/482/EC "Supporting competitiveness and sustainable intensification of African cotton sectors through capacity development on integrated production and pest management (IPPM)". The project aims to contribute to healthy cotton sectors in Burkina Faso, Mali, Senegal, Tanzania and Zambia, and to increase the incomes of cotton farming families.

© FAO/Swiatoslaw Wojtkowiak

17 May 2010, Thiaye, Senegal - Farmers trained in Integrated Production and Pest Management (IPPM) through the Farmer Field Schools cultivating cabbage seedlings in a trial garden.

GCP/RAF/009/NET: Sub-Regional Programme for Participative Training in Integrated Production and Pest Management through Farmer Field Schools for Benin, Burkina Faso, Mali and Senegal.

© FAO/Olivier Asselin

Pont Gendarme - FAO IPPM Regional Coordinator Hama Garba (right) and colleague Makhfousse Sarra inspecting data collected from water samples from a nearby water source.

GCP/RAF/009/NET: Sub-Regional Programme for Participative Training in IPPM through Farmer Field Schools for Benin, Burkina Faso, Mali and Senegal.

© FAO/Olivier Asselin

Field studies undertaken in Mali during a farmer field school.

© Susan van t’Riet

Field studies undertaken in Mali during a farmer field school.

© Susan van t’Riet

Field studies undertaken in Mali during a farmer field school.

© Susan van t’Riet

Field studies undertaken in Mali during a farmer field school.

© Susan van t’Riet

Field studies undertaken in Mali during a farmer field school.

© Susan van t’Riet

A fun moment during field studies, undertaken in Mali at an FFS for the project on Climate Change Adaptation.

© Susan van t’Riet

Theory element of the FFS for cotton farmers, under the shade of a baobab tree.

GCP/RAF/482/EC "Supporting competitiveness and sustainable intensification of African cotton sectors through capacity development on integrated production and pest management (IPPM)". The project aims to contribute to healthy cotton sectors in Burkina Faso, Mali, Senegal, Tanzania and Zambia, and to increase the incomes of cotton farming families.

© FAO/Swiatoslaw Wojtkowiak

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