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“TAAT is a strategic alliance with the goal of mobilizing $1 billion towards its goal of scaling up agricultural technologies” – AfDB
“TAAT represents the “most significant effort to pull resources together to deliver technologies at scale across agroecological zones to farmers in Africa”. – AfDB

Our Priority Areas

The overall goal of TAAT is to radically transform African agriculture into a competitive sector by deploying productivity enhancing technologies and focusing on 9 Priority Areas.

 

This Compact is led by the International Center for Tropical Agriculture (CIAT) through partnerships in eight countries located in upland areas of Central, East and Southern Africa…
Within the first six months of implementation, the TAAT small livestock compact has undertaken public private partnership projects on livestock technology scaling activities in….
The Cassava Compact is led by IITA with partnerships in 15 countries of Central, East, Southern and West Africa. Because cassava is suited to a wide range of climatic conditions…
The Rice Compact is led by AfricaRice and has established partnerships in 16 countries, mostly in West Africa where massive importation of rice occurs. The rice technology toolkits based…
The technologies disseminated to Aquaculture value chain actors include: Fast growing fingerlings of catfish and tilapia, mono-sex tilapia, quality low cost fish feed formulated…
The Wheat Compact is led by the International Center for Agricultural Research in the Dry Areas (ICARDA) with activities in seven countries including the East African Highlands,
Maize is one of the most important staple crops in Africa on which an estimated 300 million people depend. However, several challenges severely undermine maize production…
The Sorghum-Millet Compact is led by the International Crops Research Institute for the SemiArid Tropics with national partnership in seven countries of the Sahel. Its toolkits support…
This Compact is led by the International Potato Center (CIP) with partnerships in eight countries located in Central, East, Southern and West Africa. Its toolkits are based upon the widespread…

Our Priority Areas

The overall goal of TAAT is to radically transform African agriculture into a competitive sector by deploying productivity enhancing technologies and focusing on 9 Priority Areas.

 

This Compact is led by the International Center for Tropical Agriculture (CIAT) through partnerships in eight countries located in upland areas of Central, East and Southern Africa…
Within the first six months of implementation, the TAAT small livestock compact has undertaken public private partnership projects on livestock technology scaling activities in….
The Cassava Compact is led by IITA with partnerships in 15 countries of Central, East, Southern and West Africa. Because cassava is suited to a wide range of climatic conditions…
The Rice Compact is led by AfricaRice and has established partnerships in 16 countries, mostly in West Africa where massive importation of rice occurs. The rice technology toolkits based…
The technologies disseminated to Aquaculture value chain actors include: Fast growing fingerlings of catfish and tilapia, mono-sex tilapia, quality low cost fish feed formulated…
The Wheat Compact is led by the International Center for Agricultural Research in the Dry Areas (ICARDA) with activities in seven countries including the East African Highlands,
Maize is one of the most important staple crops in Africa on which an estimated 300 million people depend. However, several challenges severely undermine maize production…
The Sorghum-Millet Compact is led by the International Crops Research Institute for the SemiArid Tropics with national partnership in seven countries of the Sahel. Its toolkits support…
This Compact is led by the International Potato Center (CIP) with partnerships in eight countries located in Central, East, Southern and West Africa. Its toolkits are based upon the widespread…

The Enablers

The six (6) Enabler Compacts provides support services for soil fertility management, water management, capacity building and development, advocating supportive seed technology policy, mobilizing youth into agribusiness and organizing a response to the fall army worm invasion.

 

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How TAAT is facilitating and improving access to quality seeds and pesticides in Africa

Availability of high-quality seeds is critical to achieving high crop productivity for a food secure country. Yet, access to and ...
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Bundling Inputs and Extension Services Increases Bean Production in the Lower Rift of Kenya

Across Africa, farmers’ access to agricultural advisory services is limited due to weak extension systems. This is even worse with ...
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