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As most parts of the world adopt genetically modified products, there remains uncertainty, confusion and resistance to the technology in many parts of Africa, mainly due to low knowledge levels among citizenry, deliberate misinformation by anti-biotech groups and lack of exposure of the actual benefits of GM commercial crops. To address this problem, USAID Kenya has funded a project (USAID/KENYA Strategic Agricultural Biotechnology Outreach Support Programme - SO No 615 - 0007– 01), to create public knowledge and awareness in Biotechnology in Kenya.
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As most parts of the world adopt genetically modified products, there remains uncertainty, confusion and resistance to the technology in many parts of Africa, mainly due to low knowledge levels among citizenry, deliberate misinformation by anti-biotech groups and lack of exposure of the actual benefits of GM commercial crops. To address this problem, USAID Kenya has funded a project (USAID/KENYA Strategic Agricultural Biotechnology Outreach Support Programme - SO No 615 - 0007– 01), to create public knowledge and awareness in Biotechnology in Kenya.
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