“Membership of CABI gives national governments input into CABI’s global development agenda and links them to CABI’s international network of partners. We welcome Barbados to CABI membership and thank them for hosting the regional consultation meeting. We look forward to continuing our work with Barbados and to welcoming more member countries from all over the world.’’ Dr Trevor Nicholls, Chief Executive Officer, CABI.
“Barbados has maintained a close relationship with CABI through the execution of a number of joint programmes and projects. Our Membership with CABI could not have come at a more appropriate time as the country embarks on the transformation of its agricultural sector to achieve sustainability and ensure food security through capacity building and the utilization of modern technologies”, Mr Michael King, Permanent Secretary, the Ministry of Agriculture, Food, Fisheries and Water Resource Management.
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