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Do agricultural innovations help or hurt the poor?

In Rajasthan thinking beyond established wisdom and paying attention to local norms and context is helping to inform the development of gender-sensitive and pro-poor strategies to enhance the adoption of agricultural innovations

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

News and Events

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.

The India-Morocco South-South Initiative kicked off celebrations for IYP 2016 with a grand feast.

Afghanistan’s Minister of Agriculture lauds ICARDA’s collaborative work under IFAD-funded Community-based Agriculture and livestock Project (CLAP).

ICARDA holds pulses potluck in Amman with their DG to kick of 2016 International Year of Pulses.

ICARDA welcomes high-level dignitaries at the new research facility in Rabat, Morocco, on November 30th.

Mauritania's PM pledges full support to “expand wheat production in the country to enhance national food security and reduce dependence on imports.

Land degradation, climate change and water scarcity were some of the big priorities discussed at the 12th session of the COP12 of the UNCCD held in Ankara, Turkey in October.

In 2015, more than 10,000 farmers across the eight project countries were exposed to improved and affordable technologies both in wheat and food legumes crops.

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.

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