Drought-tolerant sweet potatoes and beans made a big difference for assuring farmers’ food security in Malawi.
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.
A new innovative insurance product shows promise in strengthening the resilience of farmers against drought-induced damages in Africa.
Facilitating collaboration among all stakeholders to develop system-level solutions has proved a promising approach for rehabilitating land and sustainably intensifying agricultural production.