Crops For the Future (CFF)
1 Dec 2008, as a merger between U-XF4600 - International Centre for Underutilized Crops (ICUC) and U-XM2920 - Global Facilitation Unit for Underutilized Species (GFU). Operational activities started in Apr 2009. Crops For the Future Research Centre (CFFRC), set up 2011, merged into CFF, 2014. Registered in accordance with UK law.
Increase the knowledge base for neglected and underutilized species, especially in the areas of sustained market access, nutritional security and health and climate change; advocate a favourable policy environment to promote the use of neglected and underutilized species; increase awareness on the potential and contributions of neglected and underutilized species for livelihoods and wellbeing, and strengthen capacity in relevant sectors at different levels.
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