European Initiative for Agricultural Research for Development (EIARD)
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Proposed at Research Council, 9 Sep 1994, and supported by French Presidency of E-XE7976 - European Council at ministerial meeting Feb 1995, Lucerne (Switzerland). Working paper prepared by E-XE2442 - European Commission (EC), suggesting set-up of European Coordination Group (ECG). EIARD launched at first meeting of ECG, Oct 1995.
Improve the impact of European investment in agricultural research for development (ARD) on food security, poverty elimination and environmental sustainability through enhanced coordination of policies and investments; promote coordination and research partnerships in Europe and between Europe and developing countries, based on equality and mutual respect.
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European Coordination Group (ECG), comprising representatives of all 24 partners with national EIARD networks in each member country. Working Group; Task forces of experts. Executive Secretariat in Brussels (Belgium), headed by Executive Secretary and hosted by European Commission (DG Research and Innovation).
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