Institut du Sahel (INSAH)
1976 Bamako Mali
1976, Bamako (Mali), as as a result of a proposal in Sep 1973, Ouagadougou (Burkina Faso), at the first meeting of D-XD4566 - Comité permanent inter-Etats de lutte contre la sécheresse dans le Sahel (CILSS).
Provide food security in a balanced ecological environment; promote, harmonize and coordinate agricultural research programmes and scientific information; contribute to better knowledge of human environments in Sahelian countries.
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Technical and Management of Technical Departments Committee; Scientific Committee; Meeting of INRA General Directors; meeting of focal points in research on population and development. Food Market Program; Departments (3): Agriculture, Environment and Market Research Department (DREAM); H-XE1823 - Centre for Applied Research on Population and Development - Department of Population and Studies Research; Seed, Pesticide, Reglementation Department (DRIAR). Management Support Units (2): Communication, Information and Documentation Unit (UCID); Administration, Finances, Accounting and Human Resources Unit (UAFC/RH). Scientific Coordination Cell.
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