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Vardan Urutyan, Director of the ICARE Foundation and Associate Professor at Texas University, shares his insights on the rising amount of food waste in Armenia.
Vardan Urutyan is the Director of the International Centre for Agribusiness Research and Education (ICARE) Foundation, Yerevan. H’s also an Associate Professor of the Texas A&M University, USA. He holds a PhD degree from the Armenian State Economics University and completed a post-doctoral program in Agribusiness Finance and Risk Management at the University of Guelph, Canada. Dr. Urutyan stood at the sources of establishing ICARE in 2005, which is a leading institution committed to develop sustainable capacity in the Armenian food and agribusiness sector through implementation of state-of-the-art educational, career development and research programs. As a recognized international expert, Vardan has been working with the leading international research and education institutions, NGO sector and government in dozens of countries in Europe, America, CIS, and elsewhere. He is an author of the book “Agricultural Cooperatives” and over 30 research articles published in many different countries.
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