CTA Annual Report 2004
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CTA. 2005. CTA Annual Report 2004. CTA, Wageningen, The Netherlands
Permanent link to this item: http://hdl.handle.net/10568/63616
The concept behind the design of this annual report is channels of communication; channels along which ideas and experiences flow, reflecting CTA’s mandate to encourage the two-way flow of information through different medias.
As 2004 drew to a close we could look back on a year of celebration and consolidation. It was a year of celebration because 2004 marked 20 years since CTA became operational, and consolidation because we were able to put in place the last set of pillars upon which the Strategic Plan 2001–2005, drawn up in the context of the Centre’s revised mandate under the ACP-EC Cotonou Agreement 2000, rests. The pillars related to the content and orientation of the services we offer and to our capacity to deliver these services. And their installation brought not only a clearer vision of the way ahead, but also a greater visibility of CTA within the development community and among the stakeholders in ACP agricultural and rural development whom the Centre serves... Carl B. Greenidge Director