Welcome to the Global Horticulture Initiative

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About: GlobalHort—The Global Horticulture Initiative is an international consortium promoting innovation in horticulture for development with a multi-sectorial and multiple-actor approach.

It is a worldwide enterprise intended to foster more efficient and effective partnerships and collective action among stakeholders in horticulture. To be efficient, it is organized into a consortium, a group of a limited number of national and international organizations formally organized to collaborate in research, training and technology-generating activities designed to meet mutually-agreed-upon objectives.

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Crop Trust offers two new positions

Job
The Global Crop Diversity Trust is currently looking for an Executive Assistant and a Director of Human Resources and Corporate ...
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Elwyn Grainger-Jones the new Executive Director of CGIAR

News
The Consultative Group for International Agricultural Research (CGIAR) – “the world’s largest agricultural research for development partnership” – has appointed Elwyn Grainger-Jones as the new ...
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New book on urban agriculture

Knowledge Base
“Sowing Seeds in the City: Ecosystem and Municipal Services”, by Sally Brown, Kristen McIvor, and Elizabeth Hodges, throws light on the potential impacts of urban agriculture in regard to ecosystem ...
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African Economic Conference

Event
From December 5th to 7th, 2016 the African Economic Conference is going to take place in Abuja, Nigeria. With the theme “Feeding Africa: Towards Agro-Allied Industrialization for Inclusive Growth” this high ...
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