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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

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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.

ICARDA is partnering with a global leader in animal health to enhance the reproductive efficiency of sheep and goats in the Middle East. 

Agricultural research for development in the dry areas provides insights that can enhance the resilience of vulnerable communities worldwide.

ICARDA is raising the capacity of women farmers in Afghanistan, enhancing their contributions to food security and household income. 

A recent workshop in Tunisia brought together diverse stakeholders to discuss rangeland management strategies.

ICARDA is maximizing the productivity of Sudan's crop-range-livestock systems through water-harvesting interventions.

A new ICARDA e-learning platform leverages modern technologies to enhance teaching, learning and professional development.  

A recent analysis provides a promising step towards mining the genetic potential of adaptable indigenous livestock. 

An ICARDA PhD trainee from Bangladesh has been awarded a prestigious award in the United States for his work on lentil bio-fortification.

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