What is CGIAR?

Full form of CGIAR is Consultative Group on International Agricultural Research

CGIAR is a global network of organizations that work together to conduct research for a better future with food security.

CGIAR’s research aims to reduce rural poverty, enhance food security, improve health and nutrition, and promote sustainable use of natural resources.

CGIAR consists of 15 Centers, which are part of the CGIAR Consortium, and they collaborate with hundreds of partners.

CGIAR was founded in 1971.

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