1975-01 Honolulu HI USA
Jan 1975, Honolulu HI (USA), as International Centre for Living Aquatic Resources Management (ICLARM) -- Centre international de gestion des resources aquatiques biologiques, with sponsorship from the F-XF1885 - The Rockefeller Foundation, as part of its Conquest of Hunger Programme. Incorporated in the Philippines, 1977. Since 1992, a research centre of E-XE4468 - CGIAR System Organization (CGIAR).
Help eradicate hunger and poverty by harnessing the benefits of fisheries and aquaculture; make small-scale fisheries more resilient and productive; support adoption of sustainable aquaculture that specifically benefits the poor.
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