Congratulations to the 2014 Borlaug Fellow, Ms. Agueda Tembe from Mozambique who successfully completed her program at MSU!
Ms. Tembe is an Agronomist Engineer at the Mozambique Institute For Cotton. She is currently involved in R&D activities to increase cotton productivity, training of farmers and extension specialist on best practices in cotton production, and dissemination of cotton technologies.
All fellows have received training at Michigan State University through WorldTAP, to promote food security and improve sustainable agricultural productivity. WorldTAP has proudly hosted 41 Borlaug Fellows from 17 different countries since 2005 (see map below for a quick overview of fellows and countries). Interested in this program administered by USDA? Click here for more information.