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Technology Dissemination Through School Drama

ICARDA explores alternative ways to reach out to communities in rural areas of Jordan.

Harnessing advanced crop science to raise legume productivity

Crop science combined with proven management strategies and new technologies can bridge the legume yield gap.

Opinion: Time to reevaluate agriculture as Cape Town runs dry

We need 21st-century science to survive in harsher, drier conditions.

Water Institutional Scarcity in MENA Region

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A CGIAR delegation met Dr. Jim Yong Kim, World Bank President to review the potential returns on investment from World Bank’s continued partnership with CGIAR.

Equipping farmers with the knowledge and skills they need to modernize the Arab region’s wheat production.

ICARDA lost a valuable ex-colleague and an accomplished scientist, Dr. Ahmed El-Ahmed.

The Jordanian Agricultural Minister praises ICARDA's role to outgoing and incoming Director General of ICARDA.

Results from a new study will help increase the impact of wheat research through more effective targeting of improved technologies.

Experts discuss collaboration opportunities to boost food security & sustainable agricultural development in Central Asia.

ICARDA joined India's National Consultation Meeting on Pulses organized by Swaminathan Research Foundation.

ICARDA presents MENA Initiative at CIHEAM's high-level meeting, aiming to address migration issue through an action plan for Mediterranean.

Lebanese Prime Minister praises ICARDA’s contributions in meeting with outgoing DG, Dr. Solh and incoming DG, Mr. Abousabaa.

ICARDA joins its partners across the drylands to celebrate their contributions to the Sustainable Development Goals.

Camel’s milk offers a practical solution for resource-poor to tackle widespread sheep worms according a recent study in Tunisia.

A range of drylands rural development innovations is ripe for scaling-up – to boost nutrition security and income for rural populations in Afghanistan.

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