Caribbean Agricultural Research and Development Institute

The Caribbean Agricultural Reseach and Development Institute (CARDI) is a regional organisation established in 1975 with headquarters in Trinidad and Tobago and offices in 11 other Caribbean Community (CARICOM) member countries. CARDI's commodity programmes focus on small ruminants, sweet potato and other root crops, cereals and grain legumes, hot peppers, fruits and vegetables.   Vision:  The Centre of Excellence in the Caribbean for the provision and application of research for development in agriculture that contributes to the creation of wealth and the competitiveness of the sector in the Region.   Mission:  To contribute to the sustainable development of Caribbean people by the generation, transfer and application of appropriate technologies through agricultural research for development   Slogan:  Improving Lives through Agricultural Research  
Geographic scope: Global
Type of Institution: International Agricultural Research, Research Institute