Project completed in 2002

Other benefitting countries: training of technicians/scientists from Kenya, Malawi, Mozambique, Tanzania and Zambia

Counter-part Contributions:

  • Triangle Ltd. USD 82,950
  • SIRDC USD 18,270
  • King’s College USD 5,900

The project aimed to demonstrate the technical and financial feasibility of co-cropping sweet sorghum with sugarcane (utilising fallow land) and of utilising sweet sorghum for the production of ethanol and power. A key aspect of the project was to determine the optimal utilisation of machinery and equipment, land and human resources engaged in the sugar industry with a view to enhancing the competitiveness of sugar cane.

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