Drought-tolerant sweet potatoes and beans made a big difference for assuring farmers’ food security in Malawi.
Improved breeding programs and profitable value chains reduced poverty and food insecurity in remote regions of Central Asia.
A research integrated approach increased community resilience to the harsh environment and to the severe effects of climate change in the Jordanian Badia.
In Nigeria improved wheat varieties helped to alleviate the dependence on importation and strengthen the continent’s wheat security.
A new innovative insurance product shows promise in strengthening the resilience of farmers against drought-induced damages in Africa.
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