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Addressing climate displacement in the MENA region

How can MENA countries strengthen the resilience of their agricultural sectors to limit climate displacements?  

Global study paves the way for developing gender-transformative interventions

CGIAR’s research on gender and innovation, GENNOVATE offers insights into rural development programming in five continents

Documentary: Seeds of War

With the establishment of gene banks in Lebanon and Morocco in 2016, ICARDA is reconstructing its gene collections

Traditional grazing-management practice makes an impact in southern Tunisia

Policymakers should protect them for sustainable management of rangeland resources 

News and Events

ICARDA’s Director General discusses the challenges facing humanity and the role of FAO’s ‘Save and Grow’ model of agriculture in achieving the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals.

LovePulses Competition in Ethiopia helps raise profile of pulses for both food and farming.

A new partnership of Gates Foundation with ICARDA to revive agriculture sector in Arab region - cradle of civilization.

Scientists from ICARDA and AfricaRice highlighted the importance of international agricultural research to end world hunger at International Green Week Berlin.

ICARDA mourns the sad demise of Dr. Bhup Bhardwaj, former Director of Administration at the Cairo Office and an esteemed architect of its founding days.

ICARDA distributed scientific publications to agriculture faculties in Afghan provinces to strengthen collaboration and disseminate knowledge.

ICARDA staff in Lebanon marked the inauguration of the International Year of Pulses with a feast at Terbol Research Station.

Ethiopian farmers gain hope as improved faba bean demonstrates revival of degraded soils and productivity.

Afghanistan’s President, His Excellency Mohammad Ashraf Ghani, and other dignitaries visit ICARDA booths at the International Exhibition of Agricultural Products on the International Day of Rural Women.

Impacts of changing climate on agricultural production are being experienced by farmers and herders around the world.

Tajikistan is a typical example of international injustice of climate change. It is one of the least responsible countries for the greenhouse gas emissions, while being most vulnerable to climate change impacts in the entire Central Asia region.

Dr. Mahmoud Solh received the FAO 70th Anniversary Commemorative Medal for his lifetime contributions to global food security and continuous support to FAO’s work in the region.

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