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Lebanon

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French: 
Liban
Spanish: 
Líbano
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LARI

Lebanon: ASTI–LARI Country Factsheet (Arabic version)

ASTI publicaiton cover

Authors:
Gert-Jan Stads, Abir Abul Khoudoud, Raed Badwan, and Michael Rahija

Year:
2014

Publisher
International Food Policy Research Institute and Lebanon Agricultural Research Institute.

Publication category

West Asia and North Africa

Related country page(s)
Lebanon

Agricultural R&D spending in Lebanon increased by more than half during 2009–2012, following years of low investment stemming from political conflict and its aftermath.

The number of agricultural researchers employed at Lebanon’s two largest agricultural research agencies, LARI and LU’s Faculty of Agriculture and Veterinary Science, grew substantially during 2009–2012.

Women account for roughly half of all agricultural researchers in Lebanon, representing one of the highest shares among Arab nations. Notably, three of the four deans of Lebanon’s agricultural faculties are female.

Lebanon Agricultural Research Institute(LARI)

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Lebanon: ASTI–LARI Country Factsheet

ASTI publicaiton cover

Authors:
Gert-Jan Stads, Abir Abul Khoudoud, Raed Badwan, and Michael Rahija

Year:
2014

Publisher
International Food Policy Research Institute and Lebanon Agricultural Research Institute.

Publication category

West Asia and North Africa

Related country page(s)
Lebanon

Agricultural R&D spending in Lebanon increased by more than half during 2009–2012, following years of low investment stemming from political conflict and its aftermath.

The number of agricultural researchers employed at Lebanon’s two largest agricultural research agencies, LARI and LU’s Faculty of Agriculture and Veterinary Science, grew substantially during 2009–2012.

Women account for roughly half of all agricultural researchers in Lebanon, representing one of the highest shares among Arab nations. Notably, three of the four deans of Lebanon’s agricultural faculties are female.

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