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What does IDRC stand for?

IDRC stands for International Development Research Centre (Canada)

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Secretary Ministry of Science and Technology Akhlaq Tarar made these remarks during the inauguration session of seminar jointly organized by Preston Institute of Nano science and Technology (PINSAT) and International Development Research Centre (IDRC), Canada He said that by the year 2015 the products of Nanotechnology will have a market share of US $3 billion.
Acknowledgements: The authors acknowledge collective funding support for the Canadian Community of Practice in Ecosystem Approaches to Health from Canada's International Development Research Centre (IDRC) with particular acknowledgement of the role that Dominique Charron and Andres Sanchez have played in fostering the CoPEH-Canada.
Since 2001, with support from the Ford Foundation and the International Development Research Centre, FOCAL had compiled this monthly chronology and synthesis of news on Cuba as part of an effort to broaden understanding of developments in Cuba and foster dialogue on key issues.
Special thanks to our partners: Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA), Museum of Anthropology--UBC, Development and Peace, International Development Research Centre (IDRC), University of Victoria, Centre for Asia Pacific Initiatives (CAPI), The United Church of Canada, Primate's World Relief Development Fund (PWRDF), First Peoples' Cultural Foundation, First Peoples' Heritage, Language and Cultural Council, Rights & Democracy, Alcheringa Gallery, Travel with a Challenge, VIDEA and VanCity Credit Union.
He was the cultural adviser to the Prime Minister, member of the Inter-American Committee on Culture, founding governor of the Canada-based International Development Research Centre, and had acted as expert/consultant to the government of Ghana, the Second World African Festival of Arts and Culture (FESTAC), the Caribbean Festival of Creative Arts (CARIFESTA) and the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO).