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Classification and compensation: Manual for internationally recruited staff
(CIMMYT; Human Resources, 2007)
The purpose of CIMMYT's Classification and Compensation System for Internationally Recruited Staff is to ensure equitable treatment and foster the long-term development of CIMMYT's scientific and managerial staff. The ...
CIMMYT research: extending the gains
Many ideas have been discussed during the past two days. Before talking about their implications for CIMMYT, I want to review briefly some enduring aspects of our history and to comment on some of the changes that have ...
Overview of strategies and planned activities for 1989
After a very successful planning meeting involving CIMMYT directive and regional staff (December 88), it is felt that 1989 will mark a turning point in the development of CIMMYT Regional Program for Central America and the ...
Germany and CIMMYT
Germany's concern for the equitable and sustainable development of economies, societies, and ecosystems is reflected in CIMMYT's mission of sustainably increasing the productivity of maize and wheat systems to ensure global ...
The Asian Development Bank and CIMMYT
Despite remarkable economic progress in Asia over the past three decades, 1.9 billion people still live on less than $2 dollars per day. Asia plants more than halt the developing world's wheat and almost half its maize. ...
Welcome to CIMMYT headquarters
CIMMYT planning report: a look ahead 1980-86
The evolution of CIMMYT's programs has constantly been shaped by the accumulated experience of its staff and by continuing communication with agriculturists and planners in developing countries and international development ...
CIMMYT's 20th Anniversary: a commemoration
"On this, the 22nd day of September, 1986, I formally inaugurate the Norman E. Borlaug Building, dedicated to training agricultural scientists from all over the world." With these words, Miguel de la Madrid, President of ...
CIMMYT mid-term budget request 1984
The following 1984 budget document is one of three publications that have been prepared to report on CIMMYT's program of work, accomplishments, financial management and future funding requirements. One of the companion ...
Annual report CIMMYT-IDGC Algeria 1977-78
The cereal needs of Algeria at present based on about 200 kg/head is 3.66 million M. tons. The population of 18.3 million has one of the highest growth rate (3.2) in the world. The average cereal crop is about 1.85 million ...