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Towards a common coffee & cocoa research agenda: Survey

This survey is being carried out as part of the project ‘Enhanced sustainability of the imports of cocoa and coffee to the Netherlands: synergy between practice, policy, strategy and knowledge (BO-10-030-001)'. This project is carried out by WUR, supported by the Dutch top sector research initiative through the policy support programme ‘International Cooperation’ of the Dutch Ministry of Economic Affairs, the Initiative for Sustainable Trade (IDH), the Douwe Egberts (DE) Foundation and UTZ Certified and in collaboration with the Royal Dutch Tropical Institute (KIT).

The objectives of the project are:
• To obtain a realistic representation of the current and future strategic research and knowledge agendas in the cocoa and coffee sectors
• To understand the structure and organisation of research in cocoa and coffee conducted by and for private and public sector organisations and research and knowledge institutes

Please complete the survey and contribute to greater coordination between research agendas within the cocoa and coffee sectors:

Following discussions at the meeting on 23 May at Wageningen UR and at the World Cocoa Conference on 12 June, the survey has been reopened and will now run till 15 July 2014!


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