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  • The Indo-Israeli Agriculture Project


    The Indo-Israeli Agriculture Project is based on the concept of establishing Centers of Excellence which provide a platform for a rapid transfer of technology to the farmers with the aim of increasing productivity and improving the quality of produce.
  • Israel-Ghana Partnership for Development


    Israel and Ghana maintain bilateral relations including trilateral agreements signed with partner countries in the areas of health and medicine, education and agriculture.
  • The TIPA Project


    TIPA is a small-scale horticultural production package based on low-pressure drip-irrigation, a mix of vegetables and tree crops, and a management package that leads to optimization of the production system.
  • Educational Challenges


    Education is the bedrock of society. Basic conceptions about education have been changing in recent years throughout the world, spurred by phenomena that accompanied the arrival of the new millennium.
  • Sharing Israeli Innovations for Global Sustainable Development


    The present publication includes professional papers representing some of the key areas critical to mitigating poverty and hunger and attaining food security in developing countries.
  • Implementing the Millennium Development Goals


    At the Millennium Summit in September 2000 world leaders adopted the UN Millennium Declaration, committing their nations to a new global partnership to reduce extreme poverty.