The late Ryoichi Sasakawa of Japan, together with the late Norman Borlaug, and former President of USA Jimmy Carter, together established Sasakawa Global 2000 in 1985, and Sasakawa Africa Association, whose Board of Trustees I am now honoured and humbled to chair.
What does SAA stand for?
SAA stands for Sasakawa Africa Association (Switzerland)
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In attempting to bring the Green Revolution to Africa, for instance, agricultural experts developed impressive packages of technology during the 1980s that, on farmers' demonstration plots, produced yields two-to-three times higher than average," said Dowswell, who is now with the Sasakawa Africa Association.
Organised by Centre for Applied Studies in International Negotiation, Sasakawa Africa Association and Global 2000 Programme.
He also continues to collaborate with CIMMYT and through the SG 2000 partnership of Sasakawa Africa Association (SAA) and the Carter Center.
Norman E Borlaug Green revolution pioneer Norman E Borlaug, the president of the Sasakawa Africa Association (SAA), was born in Iowa, USA 92 years ago.
Norman Borlaug, who received the 1970 Nobel Peace Prize for his leadership role in the "Green Revolution" to increase food production and currently serves as senior consultant to the International Maize and Wheat Improvement Center (CIMMYT), and as president of the Sasakawa Africa Association.
One man who begs to differ is Dr Norman Borlaug, President of the Sasakawa Africa Association (SAA) and Nobel Peace Prize winner for his work on the alleviation of world hunger.