IIM-Ok and AARDO signed a memorandum of understanding to work towards selling sustainable agriculture and affect billions of lives.

The settlement was signed in New Delhi by IIM-Ok Director Debashis Chatterjee and AARDO Secretary-General Manoj Nardeosingh

The African Asian Rural Development Organisation (AARDO) and the Indian Institute of Management Kozhikode (IIM-Ok) have signed an MoU (Memorandum of understanding). The MoU was signed to encourage and work collaboratively in analysis, consulting corporations, technical and data help in selling sustainable agriculture and rural growth practices within the 33 member-AARDO, which entails 31 nations within the Asian-African area.

According to a information assertion, the settlement was signed in New Delhi by IIM-Ok Director Debashis Chatterjee and AARDO Secretary-General Manoj Nardeosingh. 

Dr. Nardeosingh, whereas talking on the groundbreaking collaboration, mentioned that the settlement would now deliver common engagement amongst authorities of taking part international locations and educated school members of IIM-Ok by means of numerous technical packages in resolving points and challenges skilled in AARDO’s rural areas. According to him, the AARDO would tremendously profit from subtle scientific administration methodologies and devices so as to enhance life in rural areas.

Prof. Chatterjee expressed his delight at IIM-growing K’s world footprint and worldwide collaborations, saying that the becoming a member of of those two organizations appeared to have the immense potential to make a distinction within the lives of billions of individuals from completely different continents.

Africa and Asia are linked by related legacies and aspire to a shiny future.

Both Organizations Will Work Toward the Same Goal

Since each organizations have an analogous curiosity in agriculture and sustainable rural development in AARDO member international locations, the MoU requires them to work collectively to attain frequent objectives, significantly in tackling the challenges in agriculture and sustainable rural growth, by means of analysis, publication, consulting, and advisory companies. 

In addition, new data and its sharing, artistic options, interventions, and capability enchancment can be emphasised so as to profit and empower rural communities in these nations.

Both IIM-Ok and AARDO will collaborate to conduct worldwide, regional, and on-the-spot or in-country coaching programmes, workshops, and seminars to assist member international locations enhance their institutional capability.

First revealed on: 29 Apr 2022, 11:00 IST



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