CRINChildren's Rights Information Network (London, UK)
CRINCocoa Research Institute of Nigeria (est. 1964)
CRINCentre de Recherche en Informatique de Nancy (France)
CRINCentro Rapporti Internazionali (Italian: Center for International Relations)
CRINCaribbean Rice Improvement Network
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CRINConsumer Research Information Network
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The conference was organised by the Emirates Human Rights Association, in cooperation with CRIN.
The table 1 above shows the trend of Cocoa yield (tons) and climatic parameters over the years under study between 1980-2011 on CRIN estate in Ibadan, Oyo State, Nigeria.
This study recommends that cocoa farmers should adopt the eight newly developed cocoa varieties by CRIN because they have features such as high yielding potentials, early maturing, high butter fat content, superior chocolate quality, adaptability to different ecologies and the vagaries of climate, resistance to Phytophthora pod rot and Mirid attacks.
4) The following quotations are excerpted from interview materials published through the CRIN database on the 2010 elections (no pagination available).
These mirids were fed with fragmented chupons in the jars and were cultured in the Entomology laboratory of CRIN at ambient temperature and relative humidity of 26[+ or -]2o C and 70-80%, respectively which were recorded by a thermometer and hygrometer inside the laboratory.
These were later identified at the Insect Museum of CRIN and those that could not be identified at CRIN were identified at the University of Ibadan Insect Museum in the Department of Crop Protection and Environmental Biology, Ibadan.
As at the time this paper was being written, CRIN has eight different insecticides recommended for routine protection of cocoa farms in Nigeria and myriads of novel insecticides belonging to different groups are being screened for their efficacy for mirid control at the Cocoa Research Institute (Anikwe, 2006, Pers.
ACHIEVING access to justice for children is a work in progress, said CRIN in a statement, and the report represents a snapshot of the ways children's rights are protected across the world.
CRIN Director Veronica Yates says that while the report highlights many examples of systems poorly suited to protecting children's rights, there are also plenty of people using the courts to effectively advance children's rights.
All staff in IITA, NISER and CRIN said that they have policies that reflect library services, and while 11 (55%) of KDL staff claim to have such policies, 9 (45%) are not sure of their availability.
Their services are tailored to the category of users, with KDL and Poly library meeting students and lecturers' needs, IITA and CRIN library mainly meeting agricultural information needs, and NISER meeting social and economic information needs.
Contact: Jean-Luc REMY, CRIN, BP 239, F 54506 VANDOEUVRE LES NANCY, Cedex, France; (33)-83-91-21-28.