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IRRI-Philippines: 50 Years of Progress Fighting Poverty and Hunger

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This 380-page book is a compilation of stories and documentations that highlights more than 850 pictures about IRRI within the last 50 years of its existence in the world. Included in the book is its relationship and partnership with the Philippines, especially the Philippine Rice Research Institute (PhilRice) as it also celebrates its 25th year.

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Hardcover, 248 pages
Published 2010 by The Philippine Rice Research Institute
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Abraham Darius Llave
Dec 20, 2012 rated it it was amazing
It is really nice to know the humble roots of your employer. And oh, I'm not talking about how the Institute played a significant part in helping humanity.

Text is presented is an engaging way. Scientific/not-for-laymen talks were kept at minimum.
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