P.O. Box 30709 Nairobi 00100 KenyaRecognising its unique role and niche in fostering African agricultural development, AATF is motivated by its vision, mission, core values and guiding principles. Vision A prosperous and a food secure Africa. Mission To access, develop, adapt and deliver appropriate agricultural technologies for sustainable use by smallholder farmers in Sub Saharan Africa (SSA) through innovative partnerships and effective stewardship along the entire value chain. Goal To improve the livelihoods of SSA farmers by accessing and delivering appropriate agricultural technologies Core Values As pioneers to brokering innovative agricultural technologies to farmers, and in particular to resource-poor smallholder farmers, in Sub-Saharan Africa, AATF staff uphold the following core values: integrity, dedication and accessibility (IDA) Integrity: We uphold integrity, we keep our word and do what we say we will do by when/how. We adhere to moral principles in dealing with ourselves and partners. We seek to be honest, transparent and accountable. In recognition of our facilitative role, we provide accurate information to our partners while respecting confidences. We also base our actions on facts and present accurate reports of our progress, thus showing credibility and thriving to become the partner of choice for stakeholders in the agricultural sector. Dedication: We are responsible partners, committed to ensuring our intended beneficiaries are well served. We seek to maintain good relations with our partners, investors, staff and other stakeholders to ensure we maximise their potential for delivering public goods. We undertake to seek required resources to ensure the success of accessing and delivering required technologies. Accessibility: We are available and approachable to discuss and/or provide information that will support technology transfer in Sub-Saharan Africa. AATF has specialised expertise to address niche issues related to technology transfer such as technology stewardship, partnership management, regulatory compliance and intellectual property management. In recognition of the capabilities and contribution of the various entities involved in overall agricultural revival for SSA, AATF will avail its knowledge and provide necessary information in discussions and in requests for information to support best decisions and inform opinion on the issues at hand. We respect our stakeholders’ opinion and seek to learn from their experiences.
Naivasha, Nakuru KenyaSince 2001 Dudutech has been working with farms to develop appropriate biological products for fully Integrated Crop Management systems designed to reduce pesticide use and active ingredients in crops, and improve soil health and long term sustainability in agriculture. Dudutech is committed to playing a positive social and environmental role in all communities that we work in. Dudutech supplies zero residue biological control products for environmentally and socially intelligent farming.
Health & Safety Laboratory Harpur Hill Buxton Derbyshire SK17 9JN UKThe Health and Safety Laboratory (HSL) is one of the world's leading providers of health and safety solutions to industry, government and professional bodies.
P.O. Box 30772 Nairobi, 00100 Kenyaicipe's mission is to help alleviate poverty, ensure food security and improve the overall health status of peoples of the tropics, by developing and extending management tools and strategies for harmful and useful arthropods, while preserving the natural resource base through research and capacity building. The Centre's vision is to pioneer global science in entomology, to improve the well being and resilience of people and the environment to the challenges of a changing world, through innovative and applied research, alongside deep exploratory study, impact assessment, evaluation and sustainable capacity building.
Marula Ln - End of Karen Road P. O. Box 24481 Karen Nairobi, 00502 KenyaA short history The origins of IPR are intricately connected with the late patriarch of the Leakey family Louis Seymour Bazett Leakey (LSB Leakey). We have retrieved some interesting documents from our archives outlining the early formative years of the institute, and I bet there are many captivating nuggets of the story surrounding the genesis and early life of IPR that many of us have not heard of until now In 1958 when Dr LSB Leakey was visiting Ghana he found that his friend, Dr. Alan Angus Booth, had died very suddenly after about nine years of primate research work in Ghana, which he had carried out jointly with his wife, Cynthia Booth. Both of them had been known to LSB for a long time, and both were very highly qualified Cambridge University graduates in Biology and Animal Behavior. LSB enquired of Cynthia what she planned to do now that her husband had died, and she said that she would finish off the publication of their latest joint report, and wind current research, and then she would wish to leave Ghana. After pondering the matter for 24 hours, LSB suggested the next day that she should come and continue research on monkeys with a base somewhere near Nairobi. Accordingly, at the end of 1958 she arrived in Kenya, and the Tigoni Primate Research Centre came into existence. Cynthia bought a plot of land at Tigoni out of money paid by insurance on her husband’s death, and this money also provided her with a small income, which LSB was able to augment with £600 a year obtained from Chicago. So at first the center operated more or less on a “shoe-string” budget. Cynthia and LSB physically built all the earlier monkey cages, and the laboratory, doing most of the works at weekends to save money on labour charges. After the Research Centre was established and some 40 monkeys and 5 species were in residence, LSB was able to persuade the National Institute of Health (NIH), Bethesda, USA to provide a 4 year grant and then a 5 year grant thereafter. Tigoni rapidly developed as a research centre, and both Cynthia and LSB attended International Primate Conferences almost every year, to report on their scientific work. The main work over the first eight years was concerned with studies of estrus cycles, birth, sexual behaviour, growth of infants, milk and permanent tooth eruption sequence, and such factual information about many species of East African monkeys which had hitherto been unrecorded. The centre also focused its efforts on collection of East African primate species and on taxonomic studies of the captive animals. LSB pursued his interests in primate behavior as a source of clues to early man lifestyle. One of his greatest legacies stems from his role in fostering field research of primates in their natural habitats, which he understood as key to unraveling the mysteries of human evolution. It has been reported that he personally chose three female researchers, Jane Goodall, Dian Fossey and Birute Galdikas who were later dubbed ‘Leakeys Angels’ and each went on to become world-renowned scholars in the field of primatology.
Mbagathi Road, Off Mbagathi Road Nairobi, Nairobi County , KEKenya Medical Research Institute (KEMRI) is a State Corporation established through the Science and Technology (Amendment) Act of 1979, which has since been amended to Science, Technology and Innovation Act 2013. The 1979 Act established KEMRI as a National body responsible for carrying out health research in Kenya. Our Vision To be a leading centre of excellence in research for human health Our Mission To improve human health and quality of life through research, capacity building, innovation and service delivery Core Values Purity Innovativeness Customer Focus Team Work Uprightness and integrity Respect and Fairness Excellence Institute’s Motto: The motto of the Institute is “In Search of Better Health” towards the realization of the above stated mission. Mandates To carry out research in human health. To cooperate with other research organizations and institutions of higher learning on matters of relevant research and training. To liaise with other relevant bodies within and outside Kenya carrying out research and related activities. To disseminate and translate research findings for evidence-based policy formulation and implementation. To cooperate with the Ministry of Health, the National Commission for Science, Technology & Innovation (NACOSTI) and the Medical Sciences Advisory Research Committee on matters pertaining to research policies and priorities. To do all things as appear to be necessary, desirable or expedient to carry out its functions.
P.O. Box 54840 Off Mbagathi Road Nairobi, 00200 KenyaKenya Medical Research Institute (KEMRI) is a State Corporation established through the Science and Technology (Amendment) Act of 1979, which has since been amended to Science, Technology and Innovation Act 2013. The 1979 Act established KEMRI as a National body responsible for carrying out health research in Kenya. Our Vision To be a leading centre of excellence in research for human health Our Mission To improve human health and quality of life through research, capacity building, innovation and service delivery Core Values Purity Innovativeness Customer Focus Team Work Uprightness and integrity Respect and Fairness Excellence Institute’s Motto: The motto of the Institute is “In Search of Better Health” towards the realization of the above stated mission. Mandates To carry out research in human health. To cooperate with other research organizations and institutions of higher learning on matters of relevant research and training. To liaise with other relevant bodies within and outside Kenya carrying out research and related activities. To disseminate and translate research findings for evidence-based policy formulation and implementation. To cooperate with the Ministry of Health, the National Commission for Science, Technology & Innovation (NACOSTI) and the Medical Sciences Advisory Research Committee on matters pertaining to research policies and priorities. To do all things as appear to be necessary, desirable or expedient to carry out its functions.
13th floor, Landmark Plaza Argwings Kodhek Road P O Box 856 – 00606 Riverside Drive Nairobi, KenyaPPD offers central lab services, bioanalytical services, biomarker discovery services, assay development services, cGMP analytical services, CMC consulting, and pharmacology services.
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