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Rome, Italy  – Italy has made a contribution of over half-a-million US Dollars to the Benefit-sharing Fund of the FAO International Treaty on Plant Genetic Resources for Food and Agriculture to support farmers in developing countries conserve and...
Recently, the International Treaty went into the field with a high-level representative of a donor country, Norway, to meet with smallholder...
Cooperation to include capacity-building on access and benefit-sharing related to plant genetic resources for food and agriculture Collaborative efforts aimed at contributing to economic development, innovation and research. 9 JULY 2018 – A Memorandum of Cooperation (MoC) that will enhance cooperation between...
Dutch Plant Breeding Company Pays Into Benefit-sharing Fund Rome, Italy 27 June 2018 – Nunhems Netherlands b.v., currently a subsidiary company of Bayer (soon a subsidiary of BASF), specializing in vegetable varieties, has paid USD...
Kent Nnadozie is the Secretary of the International Treaty on Plant Genetic Resources for Food and Agriculture. He may not have the shortest title in the world, but he also carries a large responsibility. The International Treaty on Plant Genetic...
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