International Service for the Acquisition of Agri-biotech Applications (ISAAA)
1 Sep 1991.
Contribute to poverty alleviation by increasing crop productivity and income generation, particularly for resource-poor farmers; bring about a safer environment and more sustainable agricultural development; facilitate acquisition and transfer of agricultural biotechnology applications - particularly proprietary technology from the private sector - from industrial countries for the benefit of developing countries.
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International Board of Directors, comprising 12 members including Chair, Vice-Chair/Treasurer and Secretary. Regional centres (5): 'AmeriCenter' for North America, at Cornell University, USA; 'EuroCentre' at John Innes Centre, UK; 'AsiaCenter' for the Asian Pacific Rim, in Japan; 'AfriCenter' at CIP/ILRI, Nairobi (Kenya); 'SEAsiaCenter' in the Philippines. A 'LatiCenter' for Latin America is planned.
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