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Kakha Nadiradze

AFRD
President
Georgia
Dr. Kakha Nadiradze is a recognized leader in the fields of international development, knowledge management, food safety and quality monitoring technology with nearly 20 years of experience as an innovator, strategist, and scientist. Dr. Nadiradze is responsible for overseeing the development and implementation of the leveraging best practices in these disciplines to help the Farmers and Ag Cooperatives deliver on its mandate. He is a President of the Association for Farmers Rights Defense, AFRD Georgia. He is a broad certified practitioner of Agriculture, in the field of environmental protection, Animals and Plants Agro biodiversity conservation and Bio Baking. He received award Bronze Medal for 60 th Anniversary of FAO. He currently serves as Country Representative and National Coordinator Southern Caucasus Countries of the Coalition for Sustained Excellence in Food and Health Protection, GCSE-Food and Health Protection. His research work is connected on quantitative and qualitative GMO Analyze and Detection. He was a Director of the Biotechnology Centre of Georgia at the Ministry of Education and Science of Georgia for the life sciences. He is an author of a large number of analytical publications for the Organic Farming, Sustainable Development, Climate Change and Climate Smart Agriculture. He has been a speaker of over 87 conferences, and Chair of about 10 conferences including Program Chair of 6 recently held local conferences. He is a Member of International Organizations and Networks, Research Groups: Member and Country Representative of European Association of Environmental and Resource Economists (EAERE), Public Research and Regulation Initiative, PRRI, EuroScience, Honorable Board Member of the Advanced Materials and the Applied Nanotechnology Group (AMANTG) Nobel Project, European Biotechnology Federation (EFB), Planta Europa, DesertNet International (UNCCD-United Nations Convention to Combat Desertification), Greeneconomy Institute (Oxford University), International Food and Agribusiness Management Association (IFAMA).