In Zimbabwe scientists introduced conservation agriculture as well as improved fodder production practices to sustainably increase the productivity of integrated crop-livestock systems.
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.
An analysis of the current sorghum production in Benin reveals the main challenges and opportunities to use sorghum as a driver for economic development and food security.
Earlier assessment of seasonal forage scarcity can allow for earlier insurance pay-outs and help better prepare pastoralists for drought-related risks
In Nigeria improved wheat varieties helped to alleviate the dependence on importation and strengthen the continent’s wheat security.
Take a sneak peek on Dryland Systems' and ICARDA's upcoming activities at COP22 in Morocco, from 7-18 November.