Grants in 2008 E.C

1)  CASCAPE - Capacity building for scaling up of evidence-based best practices in agricultural production in Ethiopia

 Supporting the Ethiopian Government to increase agricultural productivity in a sustainable way in order to enhance agricultural

growth and to achieve food security

  • Funder:- Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia
  • Period:-  2016 - 2019 G. C
  • PI:- Dr. Yihenew G/Selasie -- College of Agriculture 

2)  APPEAR:- The Austrian Development Cooperation programme

Austrian Partnership Programme in Higher Education and Research for Development

  • Funder:- Austrian goverement 
  • Period:-  2016 - 2019 G. C
  • PI:- Dr. Gebeyehu Belay-- Institute of Land Adminstration  

3)  SLGA:- Strengthening Advisory Capacities for Land Governance in Africa

           Research and academic support 

  • Funder:- Germany 
  • Period:-  2016 - 2020 G. C
  • PI:- Dr. Achamyeleh Gashu-- Institute of Land Adminstration  

4)  its4land:- Geospatial technology innovations for land tenure security in East Africa

its4land delivers an innovative suite of land tenure recording tools and will map millions of unrecognized land rights in the region.

  • Funder:- European Commission 
  • Period:-  2016 - 2020 G. C
  • PI:- Dr. Birhanu Kefale-- Institute of Land Adminstration  

5) Evaluation and selection of better traits in local honeybee races in the Northwestern Ethiopia

To investigate  beekeepers’ traits preferences and selection of better traits in local honeybee races

  • Funder:- Ethiopian Institute of Agricultural Research (EIAR), National Apiculture Research Program
  • Period:-  2016 - 2019 G. C
  • PI:- Dr. Asaminew Tassew-- College of Agriculture 

6) Estimating the pollen and nectar potentials of major bee forage plants for the determination of

carrying capacity in the mixed farming system of Northwestern Ethiopia

To determine the honeybee colonies carrying capacity of area closure 

  • Funder:- Ethiopian Institute of Agricultural Research (EIAR), National Apiculture Research Program
  • Period:-  2016 - 2018 G. C
  • PI:- Dr. Asaminew Tassew-- College of Agriculture 

    7) ISSD:- Integrated seed sector development

    Improving the Seed sector of Ethiopia through improving seed quality, timly supply with affordable price and improving seed low and policy

    • Funder:- The Netherlands (WUR)
    • Period:-  2016 - 2019 G. C
    • PI:- Dr. Dereje Ayalew-- College of Agriculture