Savanna Agricultural Research Institute (SARI) is one of the thirteen (13) research institutes of the Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR). It was originally known as the Nyankpala Agricultural Experimental Station (NAES) and operated as an outpost of the Crop Research Institute (CRI), Kumasi. In 1994, it gained autonomy and was upgraded to a fully-fledged research Institute and thus renamed Savanna Agricultural Research Institute-SARI for short. CSIR-SARI is located 16 kilometers west of Tamale in the Tolon District of the Northern Region of Ghana

What WE Do

Current Projects

Background – (CSIR-SARI PROJECTS) Research and development on agricultural productivity is grappling with the growing demand for food. The key

Services

CSIR-SARI offers a number of services to its client. Money obtained from these services goes to support the institutes Internally

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Achievements

Performs effective research under the Farming System Research Approach to deliver to farmers, technologies that will improve their Livelihoods

Master Of Philosophy

THE CSIR-COLLEGE OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY HAS INTRODUCED A NEW MASTER OF PHILOSOPHY DEGREE PROGRAM “SUSTAINABLE FOOD CROP PRODUCTION”

Dr. Francis Kusi

Winner of National Best Research Scientist Award 2016. 

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