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Country Uganda Capital : Kampala

The Crop Trust has supported 6 projects in Uganda

  1. Banana: The National Agricultural Research Organisation (NARO) received support from the Crop Trust to regenerate and characterize 438 banana accessions with the objective of rescuing threatened diversity and enhancing use of the crops. 11 accessions are safety duplicated in Bioversity international.
  2. Beans: The National Agricultural Research Organisation (NARO) receivesd support from the Crop Trust to regenerate and characterize104 bean accessions with the objective of rescuing threatened diversity and enhancing use of the crop.
  3. Millets: The National Agricultural Research Organisation (NARO) received support from the Crop Trust to regenerate and characterize 465 finger millet and 36 pearl millet accessions with the objective of rescuing threatened diversity and enhancing use of the crops. 460 accessions of finger and pearl millet are safety duplicated in the International Center for Agricultural Research in the Dry Areas (ICRISAT).
  4. Millets: The National Agricultural Research Laboratories (NARO), Uganda received support from the Crop Trust to collect and conserve 121 accessions of wild finger millets and 127 accessions of wild pearl millets with the objective of rescuing threatened diversity and enhancing use of the crop. They are safety duplicated in the International Center for Agricultural Research in the Dry Areas (ICRISAT).
  5. Sorghum: The National Agricultural Research Organisation (NARO) received support from the Crop Trust to regenerate, characterize and safety duplicate 280 sorghum accessions with the objective of rescuing threatened diversity and enhancing use of the crops. 64 accessions are safety duplicated in the International Center for Agricultural Research in the Dry Area (ICRISAT) and 71 in Svalbard Global Seed Vault.
  6. Sweet Potato: The Crop Trust supported NaCCRI, NARO, Uganda to regenerate and characterize 1194 sweet potato accessions with the objective of rescuing threatened diversity and enhancing use of the crop. 156 accessions are safety duplicated in the International Potato Center.