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Our Indonesian SAMS partner have created an Indonesian SAMS Newsletter with all relevant country activities since the project has started in January 2018. Feel free to share the link and information.
You wonder what has happened in Ethiopia, Indonesia and Europe since our last Newsletter has been published in September 2019? Find out now – read our latest SAMS Newsletter Vol. 6. The next one will be published in March 2020.
At this year’s world’s leading trade fair for agricultural technology in Hanover, the showcase of the SAMS bee monitoring system will be exhibited. For more information please visit us at booth B22 of the University of Kassels Dept. of Organic Agricultural Sciences in hall 21. We are looking forward to your attendance. https://www.agritechnica.com/en/
International conference on Agribusiness 4 Change was held in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia at Capital Hotel from May 7-9, 2019. The conference was organized by GIZ in the framework of Sustainable Smallholder Agri-Business in partnership with Green Innovation Centre for the Agriculture and Food Sector in Ethiopia and the Ethiopian Agricultural Transformation Agency (ATA). It was Read more about SAMS @ Agribusiness4change conference, Addis Ababa, ET[…]
From February 21 to 22 the 4th Steering Committee Meeting of SAMS took place in Graz and was hosted by the University of Graz. Since the SAMS project runs already for 13 months now, the beneficial partners had a lot to discuss. Four new project members were introduced to the consortium and progress was made within Read more about 4th SCM in Graz, Austria (hosted by University of Graz)[…]
The SAMS publication on “Challenges for Beekeeping in Indonesia with Autochthonous and Introduced Bees” has been published in journal Bee World (02.2019) and is a joint article by our SAMS partners – the University of Graz (Austria), the University of Kassel (Germany) and the Universitas Padjadjaran (Indonesia).
The publication takes a closer look on the current beekeeping situation in Indonesia, compares the Western honey bee with the Eastern honey bee and considers the preservation issue of autochthonous Apis species.