The mandate of the National Center for Agricultural Research and Extension (NCARE) is to conduct applied agricultural research and extension services in order to transfer improved technologies, facilitate continuous professional development, and recognize the significant professional contributions of its members. As a research arm of the Ministry of Agriculture, the Center is a semi-autonomous institution with funding from the Government of Jordan and other national and international donors.
Founded in 1934 by Sir C V Raman the Indian Academy of Sciences, Bangalore was registered as a Society on 27 April 1934 with the main objective of promoting the progress and upholding the cause of science. The Academy began functioning with 65 Founding Fellows and the formal inauguration took place at the Indian Institute of Science.
EGU, the European Geosciences Union, is Europe’s premier geosciences union, dedicated to the pursuit of excellence in the Earth, planetary, and space sciences for the benefit of humanity, worldwide. It was established in September 2002 as a merger of the European Geophysical Society (EGS) and the European Union of Geosciences (EUG), and has headquarters in Munich, Germany.
David Publishing Company (DPC) (originally as USA-China Business Review (Journal), Inc., USA), founded in 2001, is a professional English-language academic journals and books publisher both in print and online versions, which serves the world's research and scholarly communities. STEM (Scientific/Sciences, Technical, Engineering, Medicine) is our core theme.
Agropolis International, formerly called Agropolis, is an association that was founded in 1986 by Louis Malassis and research and higher education institutes. It pools the scientific skills and expertise of the French Occitanie region in fields related to agriculture, food, biodiversity and environment. Its activities are oriented towards fostering the development of tropical and Mediterranean areas.
MCC and the Government of Senegal are partnering to spur economic growth and reduce poverty by improving Senegal’s power sector, reducing costs and expanding access to electricity for citizens and businesses.
In December 2018, MCC’s Board of Directors selected Niger as eligible for concurrent compacts in order to determine if there are compacts that meet MCC’s strict investment criteria, and the country’s ability to work with MCC and a partner country.
The Namibian Compact aims to increase the competence of the Namibian workforce through knowledge and skills, as well as to increase the productivity of agricultural and nonagricultural enterprises in rural areas.
MCC sought to increase productivity, income generation and poverty reduction in the northern provinces of Mozambique by improving water and sanitation, roads, land tenure, and agriculture.
The Millennium Challenge Account-Morocco Agency (MCA-Morocco) is a public institution with legal personality and financial autonomy. Created in September 2016, the Agency is in charge of the implementation of Compact II. The MCA-Morocco Agency is administered by a Strategic Orientation Council, chaired by the Head of Government and assisted by a management committee in overseeing the implementation of Compact II.
MCC's compact with Mongolia invested in strengthening property rights, reducing non-communicable diseases and injuries, bolstering vocational education, reducing air pollution, and constructing an all-weather road to link markets.
The MCC compact integrated conclusions from Lesotho’s poverty reduction plan, the result of a three-year consultative process led by the government involving 20,000 people in 200 villages across the country.
By the end of the compact in September 2013, the government and MCC had spent nearly 99 percent of anticipated compact funds to improve water supply, increase access to essential health services, and remove barriers to private sector investment. Approximately 1 million people are expected to benefit from the investments.