CGIAR Research Program on Rice
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This program, also known as GRiSP, is designed to increase rice productivity and value for the poor, and improve the sustainable management of water and other resources on which rice production depends. Through a single strategic plan and new alliance that involves more than 900 partners worldwide, GRiSP will deploy rice genetic diversity, while promoting simultaneous revolutions in rice agronomy, processing, and policy. The partnership will harness the genetic diversity of rice to improve productivity, quality, and health; accelerate development, delivery, and adoption of improved rice varieties; and extract more value from rice harvests through improved quality, processing, markets, and new products.