|Participants who attended Workshop on sustainable approach to Cassava and sweet|
potato in East Africa pose for a group photo.
|Bosola Oladeinde from Gates Foundation hold a mic to Dr. Titus Alicai Uganda country|
team leader(Cassava Diagnostics Project) during a discussion.
|Dr Joseph Ndunguru busy drawing a plan for a discussion.|
|Dr. Titus Alicai(centre standing) explaining to his group, this was during the workshop|
|Dr. kiddo mtunda from Department of Research and Development - Tanzania, sharing ideas|
on her left is Geofrey Arinaitwe from Biocrops Uganda. James Legg from IITA - Tanzania and
Dr. Regina Kapinga from Gates Foundation.
|Dr. Katherine kahn Senior Programme Officer Agricultural Development from|
Gates Foundation dividing groups for discussion.
|Robert Mwanga from International potato Center in Uganda explaining on sustainable|
approaches to Cassava and sweet potato.
|Dr. Justin Pita from Pennsylvania state university(centre) explaining on his group|
during a workshop.
|Bosola Oladainde from Gates foundation (centre),on her right is Jeanne Bridgman program me|
assistant from Gates foundation, left is James Legg from IITA - Tanzania and Joseph Ngura from
|Dr. Regina Kapinga from BMGF (right), Gorettie Ssemakula (NaCRRI), Dr.|
Kiddo Mtunda(DRD - Tanzania), Justina Pita (Penn state University) and
Richard Gibson (NRI,UK).
|Dr. Joseph Ndunguru explain to his group.|