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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 

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Helping researchers gain more accurate insight into impacts of extension strategies.

We celebrate our female scientists' work on International Women's Day.

Bekaa Valley, Lebanon, February 23 – ICARDA’s longtime partner Lebanese Agricultural Research Institute (LARI) celebrated the construction of new laboratories and office space in its headquarters in eastern Lebanon.

The award recognizes gene bank managers from CGIAR for their life-time achievement.

We are delighted to announce the appointment of Deputy Director General for Research for ICARDA. In his new role, he will provide scientific and managerial leadership in setting priorities, planning, implementing, and monitoring a cohesive research agenda aligned with...

The new research program prioritizes technology innovation and value chains.

During a field day in its Amlaha Station in Central India’s Madhya Pradesh State, ICARDA shared its improved cultivars with 200 farmers and special guests. 

Update: 21, February 2018 Dear Bidder, We are writing to inform you that we have extended the deadline for proposal submission to Thursday, March 1st, 4:00 p.m. Cairo time.

Prickly pear cactus could help alleviate hunger in arid regions.

We share the same goals – better livelihoods for small-scale farmers and pastoralists.

Using non-GM molecular breeding techniques, ICARDA’s scientists developed a set of durum wheat varieties that can withstand up to 40°C heat along the Senegal River basin.

A new practical and cost-effective approach combines indigenous knowledge and mechanization for enhanced effectiveness.

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