As part of efforts to promote taro, an orphan and neglected, but a food security crop in Ghana, a cross section of farmers, scientists and staff
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According to lessons gained from the advancement of industrialised countries, National Science Technology and Innovation Policy recognises that the attainment of Ghana to the middle income status requires a solid science based, technology and innovation (STI) environment.
The Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR), of which CSIR-Plant Genetic Resources Research Institute of Ghana (CSIR-PGRRI) belongs, is one of the institutions set up to address issues on scientific and technological advancement. The CSIR has a vision of "using the transforming power of S&T for wealth creation".