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  • Mr Juan Miguel Luz, President, International Institute of Rural Reconstruction, guests and dear friends, I thank the International Institute of Rural Reconstruction for giving me this opportunity to speak on “ Making technology pay off for rural enterprises: Managing the human resource requirements for enterprise development in rural areas’. This presentation will be illustrating how the Institute I head, the International Crops Research Institute for the Semi-Arid Tropics, goes about empowering the rural poor with its wide array of technologies that facilitate rural enterprises.
  • The Agri-Science Park is the means by which ICRISAT commercializes technology to help farmers in the Semi-Arid Tropics (SAT) through partnerships with the private and public sectors. The Agri-Science Park brings together the expertise available at ICRISAT, the State Government and renowned private sector companies. It comprises of the Agri-Business Incubator, Ag-Biotech Innovation Center, Hybrid Parent Research Consortium and the SAT Eco-venture.
  • Mr Juan Miguel Luz, President, International Institute of Rural Reconstruction, guests and dear friends, I thank the International Institute of Rural Reconstruction for giving me this opportunity to speak on “ Making technology pay off for rural enterprises: Managing the human resource requirements for enterprise development in rural areas’. This presentation will be illustrating how the Institute I head, the International Crops Research Institute for the Semi-Arid Tropics, goes about empowering the rural poor with its wide array of technologies that facilitate rural enterprises.