Quality of the Consortium Partners & collaborative arrangements

The consortium team has been involved in many national and international projects and has extensive experience working with international partners and preparation of joint publications. The project will benefit immensely by synthesizing outputs from the previous project tasks into a database on best practices.
The commitment of the project partners to deliver the project outputs are explicit from their commitment of co-funding and own funding to support the project activity (see 5.2 for letters of commitment on co-funding and own funding from partners).
Exchange of researcher visits, students and incorporation of the outputs into online and campus courses, will enhance the visibility of the project outputs far beyond the project countries. Given the diverse pedo-climatic zones and the diverse knowledge base of the researchers involved, the project will be a platform for exchange of innovative tools, methods and approaches, accumulating manifold benefits to the project partners, associated research groups of the partners and the University. The partnership will be hub for connecting with other researchers in the region and establishing long term research collaboration in soil and water pollution issues for sustainable management of the scarce land resources for production of food, fodder, fuel and fibre.