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Icrisat`s Medium-Term Plan 2021-23 All Set To Operationalize The Strategic Plan
Tuesday, 2021/10/19 | 11:21:32

Figure: Pigeonpea plants in one of the gradient tunnels at the Centre of Excellence on Climate Change Research for Plant Protection in ICRISAT, Patancheru. Photo: ICRISAT


As a premier institution for dryland agricultural research for development, ICRISAT is uniquely positioned to make a difference in the lives of smallholder farmers in the global drylands. With a new Strategic Plan 2021-2025, under the leadership of Dr Jacqueline Hughes, Director General, ICRISAT launches a rolling three-year Medium-Term Plan 2021-23 to operationalize the Strategic Plan.


The Strategic Plan


In 2021, as the COVID pandemic continues to challenge the world, we reiterate our commitment to our stakeholders – most importantly, the smallholder farmers of the global drylands. As we give shape to our plan for the future, the five-year Strategic Plan 2021-2025 provides a new impetus and direction to ICRISAT’s research-for-development work.


“As we chart our course towards the future, this MTP 2021-23 will serve as a blueprint that guides us through known as well as unknown terrain and help us continue towards achieving our overall mission and fulfilling our vision of supporting smallholder farmers across the global drylands, as we have done for the past five decades, and will continue to do in the future” said Dr Hughes.


See: https://www.icrisat.org/icrisats-medium-term-plan-2021-23-all-set-to-operationalize-the-strategic-plan/

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