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Discussion focus on cooperation between ICARDA and Lebanon

Indigenous small ruminant breeds have immense potential to enhance smallholder farmers’ livelihoods

Enhancing nutritional security among vulnerable communities in eastern India

ICARDA’s senior team explores cultivating crops in western desert

The initiative to reduce the Arab World’s dependence on costly wheat imports enters third phase

Collaboration with Egypt’s Agricultural Research Center has resulted in improved wheat and legume varieties 

Partners convene in Bekaa Valley to plan for 2019

New enterprises show what can happen when women participate in the economy

International scientists gather in Turkey for a traveling seminar to share the latest developments on winter wheat

Toxoplasmosis is a communicable disease that affects both humans and animals through different transmission pathways

Twenty-five scientists discuss how farming operations can be better managed to help protect watersheds and improve soil health and water quality on the Arabian Peninsula.

Harnessing cutting-edge scientific research to address the challenges that smallholder farmers face in the dry areas

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ICARDA is saddened by the loss of our Board Member, Dr. Mohamed Badraoui, who passed away on April 5, 2019. 
17/04/19
In this Q&A scientists from Egypt’s National Authority for Remote Sensing and Space Sciences, the European Commission’s Joint Research Center, and ICARDA discuss a new collaboration utilizing remote sensing and Earth observation for sustainable agricultur
15/04/19
‘Farming with Alternative Pollinators’ is a sustainable and low-cost strategy that conserves biodiversity while increasing productivity.                    
14/04/19
ICARDA and the Debre Zeit Agricultural Research Center (DZARC), with support from USAID, initiated efforts to mechanize chickpea production and develop and disseminate machine-harvestable chickpea varieties  
04/04/19