Recent book publication opens up new chapter for land improvement prospects in Central Asia.
On the occasion of World Earth Day 2016, ICARDA-led Knowledge Management in the CALICM II Project organized a pistachio tree-planting event in Uzbekistan to highlight the value of this crop in rainfed agro-ecosystems.
The book provides a synthesis of scientific and indigenous knowledge on trees and their role in the resilience of ecosystems, people and livelihoods in the drylands of Eastern Africa.
ICRAF scientists, Leigh Winowiecki and Tor-Gunnar Vågen share their insights and reflections on tree-based systems research in Africa.
The 2016 International Conference on Pulses for Health, Nutrition and Sustainable Agriculture in Drylands takes off in Marrakesh, Morocco.
The 2016 International Conference on Pulses for Health, Nutrition and Sustainable Agriculture in Drylands gathers world experts to find a path forward for boosting pulses production in the developing countries through measures in science, development investments, policy and markets.
CGIAR scientists spearheading agricultural research programs around the world gather with partners this week to set new research and investment priorities for the global agri-food science community.
New video explores impact of farmer managed natural regeneration on nutrition and food security in the Sahel.