Royal Tropical Institute (KIT)
KIT conducts research, organizes training activities, and provides consultancy and information services. Central to KIT's approach is the elaboration of practical expertise in policy development and implementation. KIT stewards cultural heritage, organizes exhibitions and other cultural events, and provides a venue for meetings and debate.
A key objective underlying KIT's work is to enhance and exchange knowledge of and understanding for different cultures. KIT is a not-for-profit organization that works for both the public and the private sector in collaboration with partners in the Netherlands and abroad.
Latest documents from Royal Tropical Institute
Against the grain and to the roots: Maize and cassava innovation platforms in West and Central AfricaS. Sanyang (ed), R. Pyburn (ed), R. Mur (ed), G. Audet-Bélanger (ed) / Royal Tropical Institute, 2014DocumentP. Vergeer, A. Canavan, I. Rothmann / Royal Tropical Institute, 2009DocumentB. Wennink, S. Nederlof, W. Heemskerk / Royal Tropical Institute, 2008DocumentW. Heemskerk, S. Nederlof, B. Wennink / Royal Tropical Institute, 2008Document
The economics of sexual and reproductive health: Resources for training sexual and reproductive health professionals in economic analysisP. Compernolle, A. Vassall, R. Baltussen / Royal Tropical Institute, 2008