Lahore, 13 April 2023 (TDI): The Barani Agriculture Research Institute (BARI) in Chakwal has become a pioneer in olive production and other agricultural advancements.
The US Consulate General (CG) Lahore congratulates the Young Olive Ambassadors who are bringing agricultural innovation to their own communities.
To mention, BARI has been at the forefront of agricultural research and development in Pakistan for many years. Its focus on olive production has yielded impressive results, with the institute becoming a leader in the cultivation and promotion of olive crops.
Moreover, BARI’s research has helped to improve olive farming techniques and has led to the development of high-quality olive oil that has gained popularity both locally and internationally.
Thus, the US CG Lahore recognized the importance of agricultural development in Pakistan and commended BARI for its efforts in this regard.
The institute’s commitment to agricultural research and innovation is a testament to its dedication to improving the lives of people in Pakistan through sustainable agriculture.
Notably, the Young Olive Ambassadors program is an initiative that aims to promote the benefits of olive farming and its potential to improve the livelihoods of farmers in Pakistan.
Additionally, the program has been successful in engaging young people in agricultural activities and providing them with the skills and knowledge necessary to become successful farmers.
So, CG congratulated the Young Olive Ambassadors for their hard work and dedication to promoting agricultural innovation in their communities.
The US Consulate General Lahore is committed to supporting agricultural development in Pakistan and will continue to work with BARI and other institutions to promote sustainable agriculture practices.
Also, the consulate encouraged young people to take an active role in promoting agricultural innovation and to work towards building a sustainable and prosperous future for Pakistan.
BARI stands for Barani Agricultural Research Institute, which is a research institute located in Chakwal, Pakistan. It was founded in 1979 under the Pakistan Agricultural Research Council (PARC), which is a national agricultural research organization in Pakistan.
For the information, BARI’s mandate is to conduct research and development activities related to rainfed agriculture, which is an important sector in the arid and semi-arid regions of Pakistan.
Furthermore, BARI’s research focuses on the development of crop varieties, farming systems, and technologies that are suitable for rainfed agriculture and can help improve the livelihoods of farmers in these regions.
In addition to its research activities, BARI also provides technical assistance and training to farmers and other stakeholders in the agriculture sector.