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CABI,  a not for profit organization that improves people's lives worldwide by providing information and applying scientific expertise to solve problems in agriculture and the environment, is to meet with 16 of its African Member Countries to discuss new ways of improving agricultural and environmental practices.

The meeting - attended by key Government figures - will be held on 19th-20th September 2007, at the World Agroforestry Centre, in Gigiri, Nairobi. The meeting will focus on a joint strategies for Africa taking in the differing needs of individual countries.

BRUSSELS, September 19 /PRNewswire/ -- Education International is concerned that the OECD's policies are paving the way for increased privatisation of education, especially at the tertiary level, instead of promoting greater access to quality public education.

"Financing higher education through general taxation is the most equitable way of ensuring education as a social good in democratic societies," said EI General Secretary Fred van Leeuwen, speaking in reaction to Education at a Glance 2007, which examines internationally-comparable indicators of education.