The third International Forum on Water and Food (IFWF3) falls about half-way through the 2nd phase of CPWF (2009 – 2013). All international water and food forums are premier gatherings of water and food scientists working on improving water management for agricultural production in developing countries. The CGIAR Challenge Program for Water and Food (CPWF) represents one of the most comprehensive investments in the world on water, food and environment research.The Forum explores how the CPWF research-for-development (R4D) approach can address water and food challenges through a combination of process, institutional and technical innovations. 14-17 November 2011. http://waterandfood.org/ifwf3/
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