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CTA. 2002. And the winners are .... Spore 98. CTA, Wageningen, The Netherlands.
Permanent link to this item: http://hdl.handle.net/10568/47535
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Watched by CTA staff and visitors, and flanked by Spore project officer Sam Matsangaise on his left, and, on his right, Helen Oguli and the Spore consortium s lead editor Paul Osborn, Carl B Greenidge holds up the winning entryBy 1 February 2002,...
Watched by CTA staff and visitors, and flanked by Spore project officer Sam Matsangaise on his left, and, on his right, Helen Oguli and the Spore consortium s lead editor Paul Osborn, Carl B Greenidge holds up the winning entryBy 1 February 2002, responses to the 'How do you use Spore' survey had been received from 957 readers. In fact, several hundred responses have since been received, and they will be included in the analysis, to be published soon. On 1 March, the prize draw was held at CTA headquarters. The numbers of the 957 responses were put in a bowl, and three were drawn out at random by the CTA Director, Carl B Greenidge. The lucky numbers (14, 261 and 523) relate to Mr H M Tesfaye, researcher entomologist at the Wonji Shoa Sugar Cane Research and Training Centre in Ethiopia; Mr J T Mamman, zonal facilitator of the People-Oriented Development organisation of Ecwa, a holistic development programme in Kaduna State, Nigeria; and Mr Getachew Nigussie Mekonnen, assistant veterinarian at the Ministry of Agriculture in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. Each receives extra CTA credit points and/or Spore subscriptions. Congratulations to the three winners! Thanks too to everyone who has written, faxed, phoned and emailed their responses, or given them on the Website. Each of you will receive a special reward in recognition of your trouble. And all readers, responding or not, will be further rewarded with a re-focus of Spore, based on your expressed needs.