Research information from Organisations and projects in Gambia

Research Organisations - Gambia (6)

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  • Animal Research Institute (ARI) - Accra

  • International Trypanotolerance Center, Gambia (ITC) - Banjul

    A livestock-based international Agricultural Research Institute dedicated to serve the West-African Region The goal of the Research and Development Programme of ITC is to enhance the food security and general welfare of the human populations, which the programmes serve, through improved and sustainable livestock production and use. The International Trypanotolerance Centre (ITC) is an autonomous, non-profit-making research institution, established by an act of Parliament in 1982. ITC was conceived to serve the West African region, particularly the sub-humid and humid zones. Its R&D agenda is consistent with and pertinent to the current policies of governments of West Africa, and to the principles of CORAF/WECARD. Main partners in the implementation of R&D are the National Agricultural Research Institutions (NARS)

  • National Agricultural Research Institute (NARI) - Serrekunda

  • NARI (NARI) - Serrekunda, Brikama.

    This is a government run project, sponsdred by WARDA (ARI) through the African Development bank (AfDB). The project is concerned with NERICA rice production in The Gambia.

  • School of Agriculture, Gambia College - Brikama

  • University of Gambia - Serrekunda

    The University of The Gambia was established by an Act of the National Assembly of the Gambia in March 1999. The enactment, which was a bold step to fulfill a long- standing desire of the people of the Gambia and to respond to several years of advocacy both within and outside the country for a university, ended years of indecision on the university question. The objective is to provide opportunity for degree studies in the Gambia through the establishment of a university with capacity for about 2000 students. Various commissions and task forces had identified the need for degree level programmes in the country in: o Health and allied sciences, including medicine, public and environmental health, and nursing; o Agriculture and natural resources; o Economics and management sciences; o Construction management; o Physical and natural sciences including computer science; and o Humanities and social sciences, including education.

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