West and Central Africa Sorghum Research Network (WCASRN)
Réseau Ouest et Centre africain de recherche sur le sorgho (ROCARS)
1995-03-11 Bamako Mali
11 Mar 1995, Bamako (Mali), a Regional Sorghum Research Network having been set up, Nov 1984, Ouagadougou (Burkina Faso), within the framework of E-XE2407 - Semi-Arid Food Grain Research and Development (AU SAFGRAD) (it became operational in 1986). Ceased to exist 2005; activities will be taken over by the proposed J-XM0761 - Cereals Network.
Improve the production, productivity and utilization of sorghum, so as to contribute to greater food security and to enhance the economic and social wellbeing of the people of sorghum producing countries of West and Central Africa.
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