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CORAF/WECARD

CORAF/WECARD was created in 1987 as the Conference of the African and French leaders of agricultural research institutes. In 1995, it became the Conference of the agricultural research leaders in West and Central Africa (CORAF).

In July 1999, during the twelfth Plenary Meeting held in Bangui (Central African Republic) the name was changed to the West and Central African Council for Agricultural Research and Development.

The acronym of the organization thus became CORAF/WECARD regardless of whether it is written in French or English.
The general objective of CORAF/WECARD is clear, precise, and pertinent: to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of small-scale producers and promote the agribusiness sector. For that reason, it puts the producers and end-users at the centre of research.


Technical research – using an integrated approach based on systems and commodities, but employing new holistic and participatory methodologies:

1.Livestock, Fisheries and Aquaculture
2.Staple Crops
3.Non-staple Crops
4.Natural Resource Management
5.Biotechnology and Bio-safety
6.Policy, Markets, Trade
7.Knowledge management
8.Capacity strengthening and co-ordination

To find out more about CORAF / WECARD, please visit their website here:
http://coraf.org/

Useful Information

The WAAPP Coordination Unit in Ghana is the Projects Division of the Ministry of Food and Agriculture (MOFA) whilst the implementing agency is the Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR). The structures put in place to govern and manage the WAAPP in Ghana are the National Steering Committee as well as the NCOS Management Committee and the Competitive Agricultural Research Grant Scheme (CARGS) Board as the Implementing agency.