Peru and Bioversity International sign an agreement to advance research on cocoa
Out of 40 project proposals, the Ministry of Agriculture of Peru selected the top 6, based on technical quality, impact on generating small producers’ competitiveness and potential for improving the national diet. One of the winning six, to be co-financed by CGIAR, is a proposal by Bioversity International and partners to improve cocoa.
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