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Rejuvenating agro-biodiversity for sustainable rural livelihood in India
Dr James Hindson
There are four objectives we expect to achieve from the scoping visit. 1. Review the outline proposal and concept paper and confirm the achievability of the project. 2. Meet project stakeholders in India to confirm their participation and role in the project 3. From this develop a Stage One proposal a main project Darwin application 4. Identify the need for additional UK expertise to enable the identification of a second UK partner for the main application.
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