CABI promotes closer partnership with Southeast Asia at ASEAN London Committee

A delegation of representatives from CABI have promoted plans for closer partnership with countries in Southeast Asia as part of their presentation at the 2nd Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) London Committee  meeting in 2018 held on Tuesday 9 May 2018.
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CABI helps Pakistan’s cotton industry to reduce losses of around $350m a year

CABI is helping Pakistan's cotton industry to reduce losses of around $350m a year through poor production, transport and storage practices by training thousands of farmers and workers as part of the Better Cotton Initiative.
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CABI shares its expertise at the International Master Class in Plant Biosecurity in Indonesia

CABI has shared its expertise in biosecurity and its links to food security, trade and market access at the International Master Class (IMC) in Plant Biosecurity held in Denpasar, Bali, Indonesia.
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Initiative to bolster Pakistani agricultural exports goes global

An online sanitary and phytosanitary (SPS) distance learning course, in which CABI has played a key role, is now globally available in English, Spanish and French through the Agrilinks website.
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CABI projects feature in new STDF book ‘Driving Safe Trade Solutions Worldwide’

Three CABI projects feature in a new Standards and Trade Development Facility (STDF) book 'Driving Safe Trade Solutions Worldwide' which demonstrate how small-scale farmers, processors, traders and governments are being supported to access global markets.
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CABI receives JRS grant to publish dataset on invasive alien plants in Sub-Saharan Africa

CABI has received a grant of $45,750 from the JRS Biodiversity Foundation to publish one of the most complete and current datasets on Invasive Alien Plants (IAP) in Eastern Africa. The project, which is led by Dr Arne Witt, Coordinator: Invasive Species, CABI, will build upon the successful results from…
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