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OUR VALUES

Community

At the forefront of our philosophy is a focus on Community. Our culture of teamwork allows us to collaborate inside and outside of WAVE to maximize our shared knowledge and bring greater value to one another and most importantly, to Africa’s smallholder farmers’ livelihood.

Leadership

We are Africa’s leaders in agricultural scientific research and are deeply committed to delivering results. Our knowledge, expertise, and proactive approach yield a powerful combination that continuously sets us apart in our objective to shape a better future for our smallholder farmers.

Innovation

We believe that achieving food security demands new responses. We boldly champion new, innovative and breakthrough ideas that have the potential to change the lives of African smallholder farmers.

Promotion

We believe in full and inclusive participation and that every person, man or women has the right and responsibility to contribute their talents, skills and resources to the work we do. This is why WAVE effectively addresses the gender disparity in scientific research in Africa.

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Official launching of WAVE Sierra Leone activities
Official launching of WAVE Sierra Leone activities

Freetown, Sierra Leone’s capital, welcomed the launching ceremony of the WAVE activities in Sierra Leone, on December 1 st , 2020. The ceremony gathered around sixty participants including representatives of the...

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Advanced multidimensional technology Cube: a scientific innovation revolutionizing agricultural data analysis
Advanced multidimensional technology Cube: a scientific innovation revolutionizing agricultural data analysis

Research and Development are WAVE’s core activities. As a research program, data collection and analysis are in essence vital components in the fight against root and tuber crops viral diseases. With more than 5000...

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Surveys in cassava fields: an essential step in the fight against cassava viral diseases in West and Central Africa
Surveys in cassava fields: an essential step in the fight against cassava viral diseases in West and Central Africa

Fighting root and tuber crops viruses requires accurate scientific data on virus strains present in all the program countries, their geographical distribution, or plant genotypes to which they are most susceptible...

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