Overview of ICARDA's research for development portfolio in Tunisia
Aymen Frija, Mourad Rekik. (28/8/2020). Overview of ICARDA's research for development portfolio in Tunisia. Lebanon: International Center for Agricultural Research in the Dry Areas (ICARDA).
This presentation is providing a quick overview of ICARDA structure in general, as well as its research portfolio in Tunisia. It highlights the most important research projects of ICARDA in Tunisia with quick assessment of some key achievement in the last 5 years. It shows that ICARDA is working with a wide range of public research and development partners in Tunisia, with strong outputs in terms of research deliverables and development impacts.
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