Danish Seed Health Centre for Developing Countries (DSHC)
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1967, Denmark, by Paul Neergaard and DANIDA, as Danish Government Institute of Seed Pathology for Developing Countries (DGISP). Present name adopted, 2004.
Alleviate poverty and improve the nutritional status of resource-poor people by serving the developing countries of Africa, Asia and Latin America in their effort to improve seed health and seed quality of major tropical and subtropical food and cash crops, with emphasis on farm-saved and locally produced seed, through control of seed-borne diseases caused by fungi, bacteria and viruses, thus contributing to increased crop productivity, improved food quality and increased food security.
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