UNU Institute for Natural Resources in Africa (UNU-INRA)
Institut de l'UNU pour les ressources naturelles en Afrique (UNU-IRNA)
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Dec 1986, under the auspices of F-XF2488 - United Nations University (UNU). From 1990 to 1993, operated as UNU Programme on Natural Resources in Africa or UNU/INRA Programme. Became an institute, 1 Dec 1993, when transferred from Nairobi (Kenya) to Accra (Ghana). UNU/INRA office formally opened 1 Dec 1994. Alternative title: United Nations University Institute for Natural Resources in Africa. Has also been referred to as: Institute for Natural Resources in Africa (INRA); International Institute for Natural Resources in Africa.
Emphasizing food security, respond to the problem of sustainable development in Africa by improving the capacity of Africa's existing universities and training institutions to produce well-trained, well-equipped and motivated individuals capable of developing, adapting and disseminating technology that promotes sustainable use of natural resources.
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Operational Units; College of Research Associates; Main Office in Accra (Ghana).
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