Total Projects: 2
Total Investment in USD $: 109 992,054
*projects funded since 2008 without investments in infrastructure
The National Agricultural Research Institute (NARI) was established in 1993, by an act of parliament of the Republic of The Gambia. The NARI is a major component of The Gambian agricultural research system.
The National Agricultural Research Institute (NARI) maintains two main research stations, one in the eastern half of the country at Sapu in Central River Division (CRR) and the other in the western half at Yundum.
In addition to these main stations, NARI operates in several satellite research stations countrywide. At the institute’s headquarters in Brikama, three laboratories for pest management, soil analysis, and food quality analysis respectively, are operational. NARI has a long working history with CORAF and the WAAPP. Most of the collaboration in the past ten years has been in the direction of staff training and rehabilitating research infrastructure.
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Contact NARI Gambia
First Name: Dr Ansumana
Last Name: JARJU
Title: Acting Director General
Phone: +220 973 31 37
PB/City: P.M.B 526, Serekunda, The Gambia
Fax: +220 448 49 21