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Capacity development

Capacity development is key to bridge knowledge gaps and enhance the skills of young scientists. 
Agricultural extension programs often fail to target women effectively. An ICARDA initiative in Tunisia asks why and challenges prevailing constraints. 
Our understanding of the constraints holding back Africa's women farmers and entrepreneurs is improving - thanks to an ICARDA-managed wheat initiative. 
Investing in food security – strengthening the capacity of young scientists will help countries raise productivity for decades to come.
Equipping farmers with the knowledge and skills they need to modernize the Arab region’s wheat production.
Ethiopian farmers gain hope as improved faba bean demonstrates revival of degraded soils and productivity.
ICARDA-IFPRI project has led to improved practices for integrated water & land management in Central Asia.
ICARDA is helping farmers across the Arabian Peninsula deal with extreme aridity, water scarcity, and erratic rainfall.
In order to improve the region’s date palm production, ICARDA’s Arabian Peninsula Regional Program (APRP) has initiated a series of capacity strengthening events.
Women are playing an increasing role in Afghanistan's agricultural sector, and are key to the country's development and reconstruction.
Efforts to improve systems analysis and enhance modeling capabilities across North Africa were recently taken forward through a workshop targeting researchers from Algeria, Tunisia, and Morocco.
An initiative to empower rural women in Jordan and encourage their participation in income-generating activities, recently held a ceremony for graduates of its peer-to-peer training scheme.