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Crop protection

CropLife Africa Middle East represents the innovators, developers, manufacturers, formulators and registrants of crop protection and ag-biotechnology products

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As an association and individuals of the CropLife network we are passionate to improve the productivity of today’s low yielding agricultural systems especially in Sub Saharan Africa.

Plant Biotech

Today, more than 17 million farmers in 24 countries grow biotech crops on over 189.9 million hectares, of which the majority are in fact in developing countries.

About us

CropLife Africa Middle East A.I.S.B.L

is a non-for-profit industry association representing the leading global manufacturers of pesticides, seeds and biotechnology products in its territory.

The regional association was registered in Brussels in November 2002 and represents today more than 20 national associations across its region.

The association is legally fully independent but maintains a strong link with the global CropLife network (www.croplife.org).

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Vision

To ensure crop protection products and their suppliers are recognized for their long-term and vital role in sustainable agriculture and food safety.

Values & Beliefs

We Believe in Unity
-We are united by a passion to improve agriculture through engagement and partnerships. As a leading agricultural authority and educator, -we help to unify and connect stakeholders of the plant science industry.

STRATEGICS PRIORITIES

CropLife Africa Middle East represents the innovators, developers, manufacturers, formulators and registrants of crop protection and ag-biotechnology products. CropLife Africa Middle East aims to be a valued contributor to our members’ operations.

Mission

CropLife Africa Middle East and its regional network are the voice and leading advocates for the plant science industry - We work together in the region to help make the most of plant science’s great potential to improve sustainable agriculture.

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