Drought-tolerant sweet potatoes and beans made a big difference for assuring farmers’ food security in Malawi.
New study examines the potential for increasing lentil production across eight countries in East Africa in order to improve food security and growth opportunities for rural economies.
We promise you will be drooling over healthy recipes while learning things you did not know about crops and legumes in drylands. Enjoy!
Village-based seed enterprises are empowering women and improving production in Afghanistan.
Improving the quality and availability of tree-based vegetables helped to alleviate malnutrition in Mali.
Using native varieties as source material for improved planting material, as well as training nursery managers, has proved to improve conditions for future fruit production.
This week, October 10 to 17, we join the global CGIAR campaign to proudly celebrate our research contributions toward three UN International Days: International Day of Rural Women (15 Oct), World Food Day (16 Oct) and International Day for the Eradication of Poverty (17 Oct).
Our research is delivering farmer-friendly solutions that can help strengthen the incomes and nutrition security of local communities.
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