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Escuela Agricola Panamericana, 2014
Five ecogeographical zones have been selected for this work. Each zone has a prime site where unique constraints are addressed. The INTSORMIL network of collaborative scientist is then used to transfer research results and new technologies to neighboring countries in the region. The five ecogeographical zones are: West Africa, East Africa, Southern Africa, Mesoamerica (Central America) and South America. And yet, in many parts of the world the farm-errs who will influence the progress of agriculture is geographically and socially isolated from researchers. The most isolated farmers in the developing world are often women, who provide a majority of the agricultural labor and play a decisive role in allocating family resources. INTSORMIL addresses these farmers, too.
INTSORMIL, International Development