News and Events

10.01.2020

Insect of the Month: Camel fly, Hippobosca camelina

Hippobosca camelina, also known as camel fly or camel ked, feeds only on blood and is present year-round in dry and humid areas. Its major host is the camel but they can also feed on goats, sheep, cattle, wild animals and humans.

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19.12.2019

RE-ADVERTISEMENT – Two PhD positions to work on Fall armyworm under the Plant Health Theme at icipe

icipe is offering two PhD positions, one working on plant-based biorationals for management of Fall armyworm and the other working on factors influencing the ability of maize to compensate for damage by FAW.

More infomation: http://cbid.icipe.org/apps/fall-armyworm-2019-readvertisement/index.php

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16.12.2019

ARPPIS-DAAD PhD Scholarships for Study at the International Centre of Insect Physiology and Ecology (icipe), Kenya

icipe, in partnership with the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) In-Country/In-Region PhD Scholarships Programme and African university partners, invites applications from suitably qualified candidates for PhD scholarships in the African Regional Postgraduate Programme in Insect Sciences (ARPPIS).

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01.11.2019

icipe launches initiative to benefit 100,000 youth in Ethiopia

Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, 31 October 2019: The International Centre of Insect Physiology and Ecology (icipe), in partnership with the Mastercard Foundation and Ethiopia Jobs Creation Commission (JCC), today launched a USD 55,601,322, five-year initiative that aims to see 100,000 young men and women in Ethiopia sec

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26.09.2019

icipe Director General honoured for research impact on African farmers

26 September 2019 — St Louis, Missouri, USA, 25 – 27 September 2019: icipe Director General (DG) & CEO, Dr Segenet Kelemu, has been recognised as the 2019 Science Honoree of the Donald Danforth Plant Science Center, an institution that aims to improve human condition through plant science (https://www.danforthcenter.org/)

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