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African Food Policy - Institute for African Studies Fall Lecture

Dr. Esenduge Greg Fonsah
Special Collections Library, Auditorium Room 271

Dr. Esenduge Greg Fonsah received his BS in Management and Executive Secretarial (Berea College), MBA in Business Administration/Management (Morehead State University), MS in Agricultural Economics (University of Kentucky), and PhD in Agricultural Economics (University of Nigeria). He now works for the Department of Agricultural and Applied Economics at The University of Georgia. Dr. Fonsah has conducted research in Farm Management, Agricultural Production & Management, Agribusiness Management, Agricultural Marketing Management, International Agricultural Development, and International Agricultural Trade and Policy. He has been honorably recognized for his work and won numerous awards, including a Senior Scientist Award of Excellence in Extension in 2015. Join us on Tuesday, October 15, 2019 at 3:30 PM as Dr. Fonsah gives a talk entitled, “African Food Policy: A Focus on Banana and Plantain Production Value Chain in Nigeria.”

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