Cassava: Adding Value for Africa (CAVA II) is a project led by the Federal University of Agriculture Abeokuta, Nigeria, working closely with Natural Resources Institute of University of Greenwich, United Kingdom; Food Research Institute Ghana; Tanzania Food and Nutrition Center, Tanzania; Africa Innovations Institute, Uganda; Chancellor College, University of Malawi alongside several partners.

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About The ProjectCAVA II Project

Cassava: Adding Value for Africa (CAVA II) is a project led by the Federal University of

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What We Do Cassava: Adding Value for Africa Phase II

Developing Cassava value chains in Nigeria, Ghana, Uganda, Tanzania and Malawi

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Where We Work Focus on 5 African Countries

In Nigeria, Ghana, Malawi, Uganda and Tanzania

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CAVA II Country Manager Re-elected as African President for International Society for Tropical Root Crops Africa Branch (ISTRC-AB)

The Cassava Adding Value for Africa Phase II Project Country Manager for Nigeria, Prof. Lateef Sanni, has been re-elected for a second term as the President...


Caltech Ventures commences Production of Ethanol from Cassava

Caltech Ventures, one of CAVA I beneficiaries in partnership with its end user , Kasapreko Company Ltd has finally merged and have begun production of Ethanol ...


CAVA II Nigeria promotes Liquid Cassava Starch Production in South East Nigeria

Training on the production of Liquid Cassava Starch (LCS) organized by CAVA II was recently conducted for small scale processors of cassava root. The training...


CAVA II project partners review the project activities in Nigeria

The CAVA II Project Directorate recently hosted partners on phase two of its Cassava: Adding Value for Africa project on a 3 day’s midyear project review meeting ...


Cava II Tanzania Integrates SMEs into Cassava Value Chain

Cassava Adding value for Africa Phase II in Tanzania through creating sustainable business linkages between farmers and processors groups collaborated ...



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