An assessment of the proposal for a Pacific Economic and Political Community
The challenge faced by most Pacific island countries and territories is how to address these problems and carry out the R&D activities related to food crop improvement under the circumstances of prohibitively high costs of research, limited capacity, and the complexity of the regional development issues. The concept of a Pacific Regional Crop Improvement Programme (PARCIP) arose to address these issues and is outlined below, together with the rationale for collaboration and networking amongst...[Show more]
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