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Dr Jamilla bint Ali al Hinaiya, director of the project of the NSRD 2020-40, said, 'Food security is a key pillar for global development and the accompanying liberalisation of trade, the steady growth of the population, as well as climate change, natural disasters and political tensions.
On the other hand, the NSRD and NSNRD must suffer a categorization process related to the context, to filter the data that must be stored in the "contextualized data" area.
WOMEN AND NATION-BUILDING, at http://www.rand.org/pubs/monographs/2008/RAND_MG579.pdf, is a 213-page monograph published in 2008 by the RAND Center for Middle East Public Policy within the RAND National Security Research Division (NSRD) and sponsored by the Governments of Qatar.
In collaboration with the Ministry of Social Development, The Research Council (TRC), represented by the team responsible for drafting the National Strategy for Research and Development (NSRD) 2020-40, held a workshop on 'Socio-Economic Empowerment' at the Institute of Oil and Gas on Tuesday.
Under this partnership, The British Council and the National Skill Research Division (NSRD), a research division under the National Skill Development Agency (NSDA) will work closely with each other to build research collaborations between the UK and India over a period of three years in the skilling domain.