APNI’s mission includes the recognition and support of excellence in plant nutrition research in Africa. Below you will find information on the awards that are currently available.
African Plant Nutrition Scholar Awards
Awards of USD $2,000 each are available to ten deserving African graduate students in sciences relevant to plant nutrition and management of crop nutrients. The Award will be made directly to the student. No specific duties will be required of the recipient. The Award will be granted independent of any assistantship, scholarship, or other award that the student currently holds.
African Plant Nutrient Research Fund
The African Plant Nutrition Institute (APNI) is a research fund in support of plant nutrition research in Africa. The African Plant Nutrition Research Fund was created through partnership between the African Plant Nutrition Institute and Mohammed VI Polytechnic University (www.um6p.ma)
The African Plant Nutrition Research Fund accepts preliminary project proposals on an annual basis that benefit African agriculture. Details are provided at www.apni.net/research-fund-apply.
Young African Phosphorus Fellowships
Awards of USD $5,000 each are available to five early-career scientists working in an African NARES institution (National Agricultural Research and Extension System) or African university. The award is to encourage scientific programs relevant to understanding and improving phosphorus (P) management in agro-ecosystems.
African Plant Nutrient Outreach Awards
Awards of USD $5,000 each are available to two innovative African scientists, extension specialists, or educators. The Award will support education, training, and communication programs relevant to improving the use and efficiency of plant nutrients in African agro-ecosystems.
APNI Precision Agriculture Awards
The APNI Precision Agriculture Awards include two cash awards of USD 2,500 that are available in both Senior Scientist and Early Career Scientist divisions in recognition of outstanding activity in the field of precision agriculture research, outreach, or education in Africa.