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On June 12, the "China-Nigeria Training Workshop on Major Transboundary Migratory Pest Management," sponsored by the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) and the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, organized by the Institute of Plant Protection, Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences (IPPCAAS), officially commenced in Beijing. Dr. Lu Yanhui, Director General of IPPCAAS, Dr. Jiang Jiang, FAO Program Officer for South-South and Triangular Cooperation, Dr. Kyari Mohammed Kauna, Program Specialist at the FAO Nigeria Center, Dr. Zhang Jie, Deputy Director General of IPPCAAS, among other leaders attended the opening ceremony chaired by Dr. Tian Fang, Deputy Director of the Department of Research and International Cooperation of IPPCAAS. Dr. Jiang Jiang delivered speech on behalf of the organizers, first expressing his gratitude to IPPCAAS for its active preparations that ensures the smooth start of the training workshop. He pointed out that this workshop addresses Nigeria's needs in dealing with major transboundary migratory pests. The goal is to train Nigerian experts in monitoring, early warning, and integrated management technologies for these pests, led by experts from IPPCAAS, providing references for policy-making by Nigeria's agricultural authorities and advancements in local control technologies. Dr. Zhang Jie emphasized that the experts at IPPCAAS have accumulated significant achievements in the monitoring and forecasting of major transboundary migratory pests, basic biological research, and control technology products. In recent years, IPPCAAS has paid significant attention to cooperation with African countries under the FAO-China South-South Cooperation and Triangular Cooperation (SSTC) framework and has gradually deepened cooperation with Nigerian agricultural research institutions, willing to support Nigeria in personnel training and technical export. The 10-day training workshop involves lectures and field visits, focusing on major transboundary migratory pest monitoring and forecasting, biology, and management technologies for over 10 agricultural officials and technical experts from FAO, the Kenyan Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development, the Kenya Agricultural and Livestock Research Organization, Ahmadu Bello University, and other institutions. During the exchange session of opening ceremony, participants actively interacted and expressed their heartfelt thanks to IPPCAAS for organizing this training workshop and looked forward to the subsequent expert lectures. Some of the lecturers and relevant staff from IPPCAAS attended the opening ceremony. This training workshop, held under the SSTC framework, aims to deepen exchanges and cooperation with African countries, contributing to the building of a global agricultural science and technology community of shared future and implementing the "Belt and Road" initiative through IPPCAAS efforts. LEARN MORE
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