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Career Practicante pre-profesional de Ingenieria de Sistemas (Ref: 14-05/PI/NRS/HQ)
El Centro Internacional de la Papa (CIP) se encuentra en la búsqueda de un (01) practicante pre profesionales de la carrera de Ingeniería de Sistemas, Computación, Informática y/o afines.
Publication Andinota 01-2014 - Oportunidades y Desafíos para la cadena de papa en Ecuador
Andinota, elaborada por el equipo del proyecto IssAndes en Ecuador, con los detalles y resultados del evento realizado como parte de la implementación de la metodología Enfoque Participativo en Cadenas Productivas (EPCP) en el país. Dentro del boletín, podrá encontrar enlaces a materiales de las exposiciones presentadas, una entrevista radial donde parte de los actores de la cadena de la papa comentan sus perspectivas sobre el taller y una nota en prensa escrita.
Using GIS technology to fight potato late blight
New Geographic Information Systems (GIS) applications can facilitate the study of the effects of climate change on important plant diseases, including late blight.
Career Administrative Assistant (14- 23 AA/NRS/HQ)
The International Potato Center (CIP) is seeking a dynamic and responsible Administrative Assistant with high level of commitment and excellent organizational skills to provide administrative support to the Global Program of Genetics and Crop Improvement (GCI).
Publication Impactful Innovations. Lessons from Family Agriculture in Latin America and the Caribbean (Abridged version)
Extracto de publicación "Impactful innovations: lessons from family agriculture in Latin America and the Caribbean". Edited by Priscila Henríquez; Hugo Li Pun -- San José, C.R.: IICA, BID, 2014. XVI, 72 p.; 19,05 x 26,67 cm. "Innovation to Assess the Biodiversity of Indigenous Potatoes: The Case of the Andean Potato/INCOPA in Peru" - Winner in the category of International and Multinational Organizations.
Career Germplasm Acquisition and Distribution Scientist (Ref.: 14-02/GADS/IRS/HQ)
The International Potato Center (CIP) is seeking an experienced manager with a PhD in Plant Sciences to join our plant genetic resources genebank team to aid in the management and distribution of ex situ clonal and seed collections. Areas of experience should include ex situ conservation of plant genetic resources, plant biology and physiology, the Treaty on Plant Genetic Resources for Food and Agriculture, International Plant Protection Convention, and database management.
Capacity development: In conversation with Adiel Mbabu, CIP Regional Director for Sub-Saharan Africa
In the first of a series of discussions on Capacity Development, we meet with Adiel Mbabu who was recently appointed as the Regional Director in Sub-Saharan Africa for the International Potato Center (CIP) in Nairobi, Kenya. Here we discuss with Adiel his experience on how to create and nurture work environments that encourage capacity development from the individual to the organizational and inter-organizational levels.
Career Communication Specialist (Ref.: 14-20/CS/IRS/SSA)
The International Potato Center (CIP) seeks a highly talented Communication Specialist to organize and manage the internal and external communications activities in order to contribute toward the improvement, consistency, and heightened visibility of the CIP brand.
In Memoriam - Rolando Cabello
It is with sadness that we report the passing of Rolando Cabello, an agronomist and researcher who worked at CIP for 35 years in genetics and crop improvement, managing the post-harvest quality lab and on efforts to help farmers adopt improved potato varieties.
Publication MP_Roots, Tubers and Bananas for Food Security and Income
Hundreds of millions of people depend on root, tuber and banana crops for food and income, particularly in the least developed regions of Africa, Asia and the Americas. The CGIAR Research Program on Roots, Tubers and Bananas (RTB) is working globally to harness the untapped potential of those crops in order to improve the food security, nutrition and livelihoods of some of the world’s poorest families.
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