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August 31, 2001

Japan has made an important contribution to restoring and rehabilitating degraded land in CWANA through its support to ICARDA’s work on the improvement of native pastures and rangelands, and the nutrition and management of small ruminants. Not only...

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June 30, 2001

This issue of Caravan focuses on the use that ICARDA is making of information technologies to improve the lives of people in the world's dry areas. ICARDA uses different information technology tools such as expert systems, geographic information...

Report
December 31, 2000

This issue of Caravan chronicles ICARDA’s efforts in developing a research strategy and a need-based research program for the CAC region. In doing so, ICARDA played a major role in bringing together all partners, most importantly donors. The article...

Report
May 31, 2000

Germany possesses one of the world’s leading industrialized economies and has for many years been actively funding overseas development projects through the annual allocation of many millions of Deutschmarks.
Like all partnerships, there have been...

Report
December 31, 1997

Italy has a long historical connection with ICARDA and has been instrumental in much of the Center's genetic-resources activities. The Italian Government supported the establishment of a modem gene bank which has facilities for medium- and long-term...

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December 31, 1997

Although ICARDA has had linkages with the Central Asian republics for a long time, through exchange of gennplasm and scientific visits, the Center's first scientific mission to the region visited Kazakstan in 1987, and laid. the foundation for...

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May 31, 1997

Since its establishment, the International Center for Agricultural research in the Dry Areas (ICARDA), based in Aleppo, Syria, has worked side by side with scientists and technicians in all parts of the Arab world to not only breed new, more...