Replacing traditional crops with new crop varieties that better fit for local conditions could help farmers adjust to the impacts of climate change.
Improved breeding programs and profitable value chains reduced poverty and food insecurity in remote regions of Central Asia.
In Zimbabwe scientists introduced conservation agriculture as well as improved fodder production practices to sustainably increase the productivity of integrated crop-livestock systems.
The promotion of conservation agriculture among farmers, policy makers, researchers and specialists represent an opportunity to increase productivity and reduce land degradation in Uzbekistan.
In Nigeria improved wheat varieties helped to alleviate the dependence on importation and strengthen the continent’s wheat security.
Mapping current land uses supports sustainable pastoral systems in Ethiopia and Tanzania.
Constructing low-cost farm ponds is proving to be a suitable water storage solution that can help mitigate drought-related losses in India.
Our research is delivering farmer-friendly solutions that can help strengthen the incomes and nutrition security of local communities.
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