Australian agency boosts PH agri-fisheries research
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The Australian Centre for International Agricultural Research or ACIAR recently held its Country Partnership discussions in Makati City aimed at mapping out the development of a 10-year strategy for the country’s agriculture based research. Some 60 heads of agencies and representatives from national research institutions, state universities, private sector, civil society, local government and international development partners participated in the one-day meeting in partnership with the Department of Science and Technology–Philippine Council for Agriculture, Aquatic and Natural Resources Research and Development. ACIAR engages in annual discussion with its stakeholders to ensure that its priorities for research collaboration continue to align and complement the Philippine strategies for agricultural research and development in the next decade (2018-2028).
Australian Agency boosts PH agri-fisheries research. (2017, February 26). Manila Standard, p. D2.
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