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The World Vegetable Center (WorldVeg)

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The World Vegetable Center (WorldVeg) is a nonprofit, autonomous international agricultural research center with headquarters in Taiwan and regional offices around the globe. The Center conducts research and development programs that contribute to improved incomes and diets in the developing world through increased production and consumption of nutritious and health-promoting vegetables. More information on

The World Vegetable Center conducts research, builds networks, and carries out training and promotion activities to raise awareness of the role of vegetables for improved health and global poverty alleviation.

Vegetables can alleviate poverty by creating new jobs and new sources of income for farmers and landless laborers, improve health by providing essential micronutrients lacking in diets, enhance learning and working capacities of adults and children through improved diets and health, and improve the sustainability of food production practices by diversifying cropping systems. The Center’s research and development work focuses on breeding improved vegetable lines, developing and promoting safe production practices, reducing postharvest losses, and improving the nutritional value of vegetables.


To alleviate poverty and malnutrition in the developing world through the increased production and consumption of nutritious and health-promoting vegetables.


As the Center gained expertise and capacity, it expanded into sub-Saharan Africa, Central Asia, and South Asia. In 2008, the organization adopted a new name — World Vegetable Center — to reflect its global scope.



  • Shanhua, Taiwan. The Center is the only international agricultural research center headquartered in a Chinese-speaking country.

Regional offices:

  • East and Southeast Asia – Bangkok, Thailand (1992)
  • Eastern and Southern Africa – Arusha, Tanzania (1992)
  • South Asia – Hyderabad, India (2006)
  • West and Central Africa – Bamako, Mali (2007)

Sub-regional offices:

  • Central & West Asia and North Africa – Tashkent, Uzbekistan
  • National Horticultural Research Institute – Suwon, Korea

Liaison offices:

  • Yaounde, Cameroon

Training station:

  • East and Southeast Asia Research and Training Station – Kamphaeng Saen, Thailand

Outreach project offices:

  • Maroua, Cameroon
  • Nairobi, Kenya
  • Monrovia, Liberia
  • Sikasso, Mali
  • Mopti, Mali
  • Kampala, Uganda
  • Sigatoka, Fiji
  • Honiaria, Solomon Islands
  • Siem Reap, Cambodia
  • Hanoi, Vietnam
  • Dhaka, Jessore, and Barisal, Bangladesh
  • Ranchi, Ludhiana, Bhubabeswar, Chickmagalur, and Raichur, India
  • Islamabad, Sargodha, Faisalabad, Mingora-Swat, Pakistan
  • Dushanbe, Tajikistan