Pro Kyamanya and Dr Mukasa inspecting a field
Visiting one of the sweet potato farmer after he has planted the vines
Testing seed grower registration component on one of the sweet potato grower
The team ahving a light moment in one of the screen houses
Successful delivery of vines to a client
One of the screen houses in Kenya
Registering a sweet potato grower in Kenya
Sweet potatoes packaged and read for delivery at Senai
This device is used for packaging such that the bigger potatoes are at the bottom and the smaller ones are at the top
The ICOPSEA team with a team from BIOINOVATE having a look at the different sweetpotato varieties available at SENAI,
The Viazi Vitamu App Launch
A group photo of the team after the launch of the Viazi Vitamu app which was presided over by the commissioner, Mr Paul Bwabu from Ministry of Agriculture Uganda
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Mr Paul Mwabu launching the Viazi Vitamu app
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Welcome to ICOPSEA Website

The project is focusing on “Integrating ICT in Commercial Production of Quality Sweetpotato Planting Material in East Africa (ICOPSEA)”. The project is a consortium of 6 East African partners in including 2 universities (Makerere University; Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology), 2 research institutes (Mikocheni Agricultural Research Institute, Tanzania; Rwanda Agricultural Board) and 2 private laboratories (MIMEA International Kenya Ltd; SENAI Farm Supplies Ltd). The funding has been provided by the Bioresources Innovations Network for Eastern Africa Development (BioInnovate Africa; www.bioinnovate-africa.org) Programme, a regional initiative currently operational in Burundi, Ethiopia, Kenya, Rwanda, Tanzania and Uganda, with support of the Swedish International

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