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The International Mango Organization (IMO) has been following Global "Technology Transfer" issues for the past 20 years, and is impressed by the scope and genuine commitment on the Part of the Australian Government and Scientific community to offer "First Class" and "Spot On" advice to growers around the world. 

Case in Point is the Fantastic work that has taken place and the transformation of the local Mango crop.

Hadi Laghari has benefited immensely from the Knowledge transfer and he has chosen to share his experience/Journey with the world via Facebook.

~ Will Cavan
Executive Director
International Mango Organization (IMO)

Hadi Laghari with Dr. Ian Bally and Tony Cooke 

The ACIAR "AusAid" sponsored program ASLP "Agriculture Sector Linkage Program" alone is responsible for my 50%+ information/knowledge data base about farming in General and more than 90% on mangoes......mainly due to exposure visits, exchanges of books, manuals, research papers, experimentation, discussions, linkages etc....

with out any exaggerations......Thank you ASLP..........

Dr. Nick, Les Baxter, Dabbie, Chrys Akem, Ian Bally, Tony Cooke, Rowland Holmes, Matt Weinert, Bruno, Ray Collins, Jodie Campbell, Tony, Peter Johnson, Tim, Social team "university of canberra", Peter Dallas, Ian Baker John Oakeshott and the great Greg......along with many others and linkages established by myself with Aussies on banana, sugarcane, cotton etc.....only by using this program.....

From Pakistan this program helps find out some really good, hardworking & dedicated friends worked & are working on mangoes youngsters & seniors......Dr. Iftikhar, Sosheel Godfrey, Munawar Raza Kazmi, Faisal Sohail,Dr Aman, Muhammad Sohail Mazhar Warraich, Sohail Ansari, Amin, Asif, Gul Bahar, Yousif Channa, Gaffar, Malik Tariq, Akhlaq, Nazim,Shafqat Saeed, Inam Ul Haq, Mubashir Mehdi, Khalid Mustaffa, Babar Bajwa, Iqbal Sb, Rehman Abdul, Shazia, Adnan Adeel, Aisha, Atta Soomro, lemon Kumar, Baloch, Ashraf Soomro, Sattar Burro, Qazi Suleiman, Ismael Kunbhar, Noor Ul Nisa, Mehar Ul Nisa, Mubeen Lodhi, Saghir Sheikh, Asia, Tahmina, Nagraj, Ejaz Khunharoo etc...

And from Growers who remained game changer with us even by all odds....... Zain Sayed from Sindh and Mujib Arjmand Khan from South Punjab....

And many other growers "friends" & exporters who have been still wonderful throughout this journey......

Replication of such models especially the concept of team work for all other crops is badly needed here in Pakistan along with exposures & international linkages.....

"Our farming issues are not that Unique"

Sorry If missed out names of any.......

~ Hadi Laghari
Technical Manager
Assim Agricultural Farm
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