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Underutilized Crops for Food and Nutritional Security in Asia and the Pacific

In order to address the issue of hunger and malnutrition through nutrient rich and climate resilient underutilized crops, the Asia-Pacific Association of Agricultural Research Institutions (APAARI), a unique  voluntary, membership-based, self-mandated, apolitical and multi-stakeholder (70 members) organization  in the Asia-Pacific region planned a multi-stakeholder “Regional Expert Consultation on Underutilized  Crops for Food and Nutrition Security in Asia and the Pacific”. The major aim of APAARI is to help realizing SDGs in Asia and the Pacific to act together to end hunger and prevent all forms of malnutrition by 2030.  Deliberations of Expert Consultation are being published in two parts: the first being “Proceedings and Recommendations” and the second on “Thematic, Strategic and Country Status Reports on Underutilized Crops of Asia-Pacific Region” for use more as ready reference. 

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Location: Bangkok, Thailand
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Author: R.K. Tyagi, A. Agrawal, A. Pandey, K.S. Varaprasad, R.S. Paroda and R.K. Khetarpal
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Organization: Asia-Pacific Association of Agricultural Research Institutions (APAARI)
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Year: 2018
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Geographical coverage: Asia and the Pacific
Type: Conference proceedings
Content language: English
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