Organizations
These profiles of organizations come from AgriProfiles and include local records in the GFAR database which have not been exported to Agriprofiles yet. (GFAR shares its whole database of organizations with AgriProfiles.)

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Records are in alphabetical order.

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South Africa
[From AgriProfiles. Sources: GFAR]
Czech Republic
[New from GFAR local database]
Uganda
[New from GFAR local database]
Zimbabwe
The womens farming syndicate was established with the aim of eradicating poverty amongst rural women Through a sustainble agribusiness model. WFS has established skills training and processing centres across Zimbabwe and established a women's showcase market which enables women to access markets and share best practices with women from other regions and continents.
[New from GFAR local database]
Italy
Mission Statement To promote sustainable agriculture and rural development through policy and technical assistance, networking, research, training and education for safeguarding and dynamic conservation of the world’s agricultural heritage systems and sites.
[New from GFAR local database]
Italy
[From AgriProfiles. Sources: CIARD, CIARD RING]
Switzerland
[From AgriProfiles. Sources: CIARD RING]
[From AgriProfiles. Sources: GFAR]
Singapore
World Scientific Publishing Company was established in 1981 with only 5 employees in a tiny office. Today, the company employs more than 200 staff at its headquarters in Singapore and 450 globally. It has offices in New Jersey, London, Geneva, Hong Kong, Taipei, Beijing, Shanghai, Tianjin and Chennai. In about 3 decades, it has established itself as one of the leading scientific publishers in the world, and the largest international scientific publisher in the Asia-Pacific region.  
[From AgriProfiles. Sources: CIARD RING]
[From AgriProfiles. Sources: GFAR]
Malaysia
WorldFish, founded in 1977, a member of the CGIAR Consortium, is an international, nonprofit research organization dedicated to reducing poverty and hunger by improving fisheries and aquaculture. CGIAR is a global partnership that unites organizations engaged in research for a food secure future., CGIAR research is dedicated to, ·         reducing rural poverty,, ·         increasing food security,, ·         improving human health and nutrition, and, ·         ensuring more sustainable management of natural resources., WorldFish is committed to meeting two key development challenges:, improving the livelihoods of those who are especially poor and vulnerable in places where fisheries and aquaculture can make a difference    achieving large scale, environmentally sustainable, increases in supply and access to fish at affordable prices for poor consumers in developing countries. With more than 353 scientists and staff based in 8 countries across Asia, Africa and the Pacific we work in more than 19 countries around the world. Currently our regional or country offices are in Bangladesh, Cambodia, Egypt, Malawi, Malaysia (HQ), Philippines, Solomon Islands, and Zambia., Focal Areas for Research and Key Research Questions WorldFish will tackle:, ·         Climate Change, ·         Gender and equity, ·         Improved value chains, ·         Nutrition and health, ·         Sustainable aquaculture technologies, ·         Policies and practice for resilience, ,  ,
[From AgriProfiles. Sources: GFAR]
United Kingdom
[From AgriProfiles. Sources: CIARD RING]