The 4th annual conference of the Nigeria Mycotoxin Awareness and Study Network

The 4th annual conference of the Nigeria Mycotoxin Awareness and Study Network

April 27, 2009 to April 29, 2009
Ibadan - Nigeria
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The 4th annual conference of the Nigeria Mycotoxin Awareness and Study Network (NMASN) comes up on April 27-29, 2009 at the premises of the Nigeria Plant Quarantine Services, Ibadan, Nigeria.

The Guest Speaker is Dr Antonio Logrieco of ISPA, Bari, Italy.

Occasion like this offers opportunities to manufacturers , and suppliers to showcase their products and services to the food and feed safety industry to an audience of exporters, importers, academics, government regulatory agencies in Nigeria being a large market. The 3rd outing on April 28-30, 2008 attracted solution providers like yours in the mycotoxins field from South Africa, USA and Europe.

ACCOMMODATION: Affordable accommodations abound in Ibadan, the Oyo State capital South Western, Nigeria. Rates are in the range of N3, 000 to N8, 000 depending on individual taste and preferences.

ADVERTS & EXHIBITIONS: Advert rates for placement in the book of abstracts are as follows:
Full page – inside N80, 000
Back cover page (inner or outer) N100, 000

Exhibition of products from research institutes, agricultural companies, industrialists, chemical and agro-allied companies, NGOs and other relevant stakeholders are
welcome at the conference.
Exhibition rate: N50, 000

BRIEF ON CONFERENCE VENUE: Ibadan is the capital city of Oyo state, Nigeria, located on seven hills (average elevation 700 feet (200 metres) 100 miles (160 km) from the
Atlantic coast. It is the nation's second largest city, after Lagos.

Ibadan is an important commercial centre. Virtually every street and corner in the traditional core and the inner suburbs of the city is a market square or stall. Within the
city there are two eight-day periodic markets—Ibuko (Bode) and Oje—and many daily markets. The largest daily market stretches in a belt from the railway station in the
west to the centre of the city and is Ibadan's commercial core.

Some local crafts still flourish. These include weaving, spinning and dyeing, pottery making, and blacksmithing. The adire (“tie-dye”) cloth dyed locally in large pots of
indigo is popular. The small businesses in the city engage in corn milling, leather working, wood and steel furniture making, printing, photography, hotel management, and
motor and other repairing. There are, however, few modern manufacturing industries.

Ibadan is well served by roads. The city has a fleet of privately owned taxicabs and minibuses, and regular bus services are operated within the city and its suburbs.
The University of Ibadan and a technical institute are located in the city, and there are many specialized institutions. The university library maintains the largest collection of books in the country. There is also a branch of the National Archives on the university campus.

Of the city's six parks, the most important is Agodi Garden. There are also zoological and botanical gardens, two main stadiums, and a large number of athletic facilities open to
the public.
Abstract submission deadline: 15th March, 2009