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ACIAR Corporate Report 2017-21
Publication Code: 
CP2017-2020
Date Released: 
30/08/2017
ISBN: 
978-1-86320-057-8
Author(s): 
John Hancock

This Corporate Plan is prepared for the reporting period 2017-18, and covers the reporting periods 2017-18 to 2020-21.

ACIAR Annual Operational Plan 2017-18
Publication Code: 
AOP17-18
Date Released: 
11/08/2017
ISBN: 
978 1 925436 31 0

The Australian Centre for International Research (ACIAR) 2017–18 Annual Operational Plan (AOP) is the fourth developed within the timeframe of the Centre’s Strategic Plan 2014–18.
It has been developed within the context of the Australian Government’s aid policy and performance framework, and under the guidance of the Commission for International Agricultural Research and ACIAR’s Policy Advisory Council.

Date Released: 
12/04/2018

If you are a Vietnamese food lover, interested in nutrition and farmers’ livelihoods, this cookbook is for you. 

In Farmers’ Gourmet you will find 15 Vietnamese recipes selected and co-developed by chef Nguyen Manh Hung, along with farmers and scientists from Vietnam projects funded by ACIAR. These fine dishes are designed to be very easy to cook at home.

Date Released: 
26/02/2018
ISBN: 
978-1-925746-09-9

All countries in the Indo-Pacific region are grappling with the complex challenges of how to grow more food and reduce poverty using less land, water and energy.

Since 1982 the Australian Centre for International Agricultural Research (ACIAR) has made a significant contribution to meeting these challenges.

By leveraging international agricultural partnerships, ACIAR seeks to promote more productive and sustainable agricultural systems for the benefit of developing countries and Australia.

Publication Code: 
AR2016-17
Date Released: 
20/10/2017
ISBN: 
978-1-925436-86-0

This is the Annual Report of the Australian Centre for International Agricultural Research for the year ended 30 June 2017.
ACIAR has taken steps to ensure the annual financial statements have been prepared in accordance with relevant accounting standards and other requirements prescribed by the PGPA Rule 2014.

Publication Code: 
Corporate Plan 2017-21
ISBN: 
978-1-86320-057-8
Author(s): 

The Corporate Plan aligns ACIAR’s contribution  with the Australian Government’s development policy, Australian aid: promoting prosperity, reducing poverty, enhancing stability; and performance framework, Making performance count: enhancing the accountability and effectiveness of Australian aid  and with key sectoral priorities outlined in the Strategy for Australia’s aid investments in agriculture, fisheries and water  (AFW Strategy).

Publication Code: 
AS013
Date Released: 
09/09/2017
ISBN: 
978 1 86320 016 5
Author(s): 
David Pearce and Andrew Alford (eds.)

This report, the 13th in our series of adoption studies, documents the adoption results for five ACIAR projects completed in 2011–12. They involved five partner countries: Papua New Guinea (PNG), Indonesia, the Philippines, Lao People’s Democratic Republic (Lao PDR) and India.

Date Released: 
05/07/2017

ACIAR Vietnam Newsletter of July 2017; Vietnamese language edition.

Tin tức

Cập nhật từ dự án

Tin đào tạo

Gương mặt ACIAR

Món ngon từ nông trại

Date Released: 
05/09/2017

ACIAR Vietnam Newsletter of July 2017; English language edition.

News and project updates

Highlights include:

Publication Code: 
CoP34
Date Released: 
26/07/2017
ISBN: 
Author(s): 

Sometimes the best way to share the diversity of ACIAR’s work is to show it in pictures.

We asked the people we work with in 36 countries around the world to send us photos
that illustrate and celebrate our agricultural research for development programs.
Here are 25 images that tell our story.

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