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ICARDA and CIMMYT propose ‘Wheat for Africa’ which aims to increase Africa’s wheat food and nutritional security through enhanced domestic production by 2025.

ICARDA's "flagship" Arab Food Security project continues to make strides in disseminating new and improved technologies to local farmers.

What are the gender aspects involved in management? ICARDA's Dr. Karin Reinprecht explains at an in-house seminar held in November.

The 57th ICARDA Board of Trustees meeting officially opened in Beirut on November 15 under the auspices of Lebanon’s Minister of Agriculture, His Excellency Dr. Akram Chehayeb.

ICARDA’s decentralization strategy is in full swing and the Board was updated on partnership developments conducted under the decentralization scheme over the past six months.

The 57th Board of Trustees meeting provided an opportunity for ICARDA’s scientists to present progress made by the Center in its engagement with different CRPs.

At ICARDA’s 57th Board of Trustees meeting in Beirut, 13-18 November, 2015, Dr. Margret Thalwitz was appointed ICARDA’s new Board Chair.

During ICARDA’s 57th Board of Trustees meeting in Beirut, ICARDA said goodbye to IWLMP Director Dr. Theib Oweis and Ms. Khar Hoay Tan, Human Resources Director.

Demekech, an Ethiopian farmer from Gimbichu, has seen lentil crop devastated from disease. With improved varieties, things are different.

ICARDA joins FAO at the launch of 2016 International Year of Pulses in Rome, Italy.

Today, the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) launched the International Year of Pulses 2016 (IYP) in Rome, Italy.

Working with the Ethiopian Institute of Agricultural Research, ICARDA scientists are working to develop barley, faba bean and chickpea varieties that are resistant to drought, disease and pests and give a higher yield.

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