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Volume 15 No. 3 (2015)

Editorial: Ruth Oniang'o
Without collaboration, nutrition goals cannot be realized

Peer Reviewed Articles:

Commentary: Jack Bobo, USA
Is this the age of science denialism?

Profile: Paul Aryee, Ghana

Profile and Commentary – Young Scientist: Joyce Agyei-Amponsah, Ghana
Neglected and Underutilized Crops (NUC): Empowering the livelihood of smallholder women farmers in Africa

Personal Statement and Goals: Consolata Musita – Intern AJFAND, Kenya

FANUS Report: Consolata Musita - Intern AJFAND, Kenya
Report on the 3rd FANUS Conference in Arusha, Tanzania. 24th-28th May 2015

Report on South African Visit: Doris Anjawa, Field Coordinator, ROP
Report on Kenya small-holder farmers’ biotechnology study visit to South Africa from 19th -23rd April, 2015

2015 Game changing statements on food and nutrition security – G7 and Bill and Melinda Gates

2015 Borlaug Field Award: LAST CALL! Nominate An Individual Under 40

A Plea for Agricultural Innovation - Honorary Degree Acceptance Speech, McGill University, Montreal, Canada, June 3, 2013 – Calestous Juma – Kenya/USA

AJFAND Indexing and Impact Factor Status Report

Congratulatory message - Dr. Akin Adesina Made it

Genetically Modified Crops – Some Comments - Jennifer Thomson

Prevention and control of aflatoxin in food & feeds training - 9th& 10th July 2015 – Nairobi, Kenya

Conference on postharvest and agro-processing extension in Africa, Hawassa, Ethiopia 24-26 June 2015 – by Sasakawa Africa Association (SAA)

TRIBUTE - The late Prof. Samson Kimenyi

REPRINT: Aflatoxin Article from ASARECA
Volume 18 Number 9 - Aflatoxin impacts and potential solutions in agriculture, trade, and health

ERRATUM
Erratum to article - Hirpa13560 published in Vol15 (2)pp 9872-9891
Corrected version - Hirpa13560 (Volume 15 No.2)-CLEAN copy with corrections incorporated