A new practical and cost-effective approach combines indigenous knowledge and mechanization for enhanced effectiveness.
ICARDA is partnering with a global leader in animal health to enhance the reproductive efficiency of sheep and goats in the Middle East.
A new ICARDA e-learning platform leverages modern technologies to enhance teaching, learning and professional development.
Sustained efforts are needed to strengthen resilience against a backdrop of rising temperatures and increasing water scarcity.
A workshop that modeled and predicted runoff and erosion rates using a web-based tool will help national partners reverse degradation.
ICARDA attended the launch of a new project to streamline the use of affordable water-saving technologies in the Near East and North Africa.
Jordan’s ‘Badia’ is a vast arid area stretching across 80% of the country. It is a severely degraded ecosystem caused by mono-cropping and overgrazing over the past few decades. The ICARDA-managed...
ICARDA joins its agricultural development partners across the dry areas in celebrating World Population Day.
IFAD-funded ICARDA project on “Barley-livestock systems for better climate change resilience in Jordan is Iraq is featured in the UNFCCC Technology Executive Committee’s new bried titled “South-south...
A recently published analysis demonstrates for the first time temporal variation in Jordan’s barley landrace diversity.
The challenge of desertification, already big, is becoming even more significant as a growing global population places increasing pressure on productive land.
Optimizing mechanized micro water harvesting techniques can help restore degraded rangelands in Jordan, an innovative rangeland hydrology and erosion model suggests.