A novel public-private partnership leads thinking and development for food, nutrition, and environmental security in the MENA region post Paris Climate Agreement.
ICARDA and partners utilize youth study results and systems thinking from CGIAR Research Program on Dryland Systems to design new research program targeting youth employment and agricultural development in the MENA region.
Replacing traditional crops with new crop varieties that better fit for local conditions could help farmers adjust to the impacts of climate change.
Raised-bed farming allows to sustainably intensify agricultural production and save water in Egypt.
Drought-tolerant sweet potatoes and beans made a big difference for assuring farmers’ food security in Malawi.
The CGIAR Research Program on Dryland Systems is at COP22 discussing potential collaboration and partnerships for addressing Climate Change in dryland countries.
A research integrated approach increased community resilience to the harsh environment and to the severe effects of climate change in the Jordanian Badia.
An Exposure photo story outlining some climate-smart agriculture solutions for food security and sustainable livelihoods in drylands.
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