African Network of Research on Storage Insects (ANERSI)
Réseau africain de recherche sur les insectes des stocks (REARIS)
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1993-08 Banjul Gambia
Aug 1993, Banjul (Gambia), under the auspices of E-XE3869 - Inter-African Phytosanitary Council (AU-IAPSC). Original title: African Network of Research on Bruchids (ANERB) -- Réseau africain de recherche sur les bruches (REARB).
Develop biotechnology to protect cultures and stocks against infestation of beetles; support the joint use throughout Africa of material and human resources in inter-state programmes combating beetles; promote diffusion of results and access of researchers to available data banks; establish relationships with financial organizations with the help of specialized agencies.
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