Russia-Ukraine conflict and global food security
Explore our analysis of how the Russia-Ukraine will impact global food security — and the possible solutions.
Rapid modern wheat variety adoption key to supply chain security in Malawi
CIMMYT experts collaborate with private sector to propel improved variety adoption in Malawi.
Ethiopian machines for Ethiopian farmers
Locally produced seed cleaners are making a big difference in Ethiopia and inspiring innovation in Benin.
2023 Women In Triticum (WIT) Award Winners Announced
The Borlaug Global Rust Initiative (BGRI) is pleased to announce the 2023 Jeanie Borlaug Laube Women in Triticum (WIT) Early Career and Mentor awardees, recognizing excellence in science and leadership for a wheat-secure future.
The Australian High Commission, ACIAR and BARC delegates recognizes the BWMRI-CIMMYT collaborative wheat blast research platform in Bangladesh
Delegates travelled to South Asia to witness the success of a collaboration which is combatting wheat blast disease in Bangladesh and for other wheat growing nations.
A seed systems success story
Drought-tolerant maize seed thrives in Zambia through partnerships with the private sector.
Strengthening partnerships with government and private sector in Malawi
CIMMYT-led event bringing private sector and government together is a success story of the power of collaboration.
Counties Urged To Scale Up And Adopt Pest Control Technologies
Source: Kenya News Agency (17 Mar 2023)
How can plant health technologies be more widely adopted by smallholders in Kenya?
Scaling impact of dryland crops research through regional crop improvement networks
Scientists and stakeholders in Africa are co-designing a network approach to improve and expand dryland crops value chains in the continent.
Mini-tillers bolster Nepal maize farmers’ food supplies and profits, new study shows
Farm mechanization contributes to the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals of No Poverty (SDG-1) and Zero Hunger (SDG-2), with very small farms facing acute labor shortages benefited the most.
Adapting growing seasons to climate change can boost yields of world’s staple crops
New research estimates impact of farmer adaptation to climate change on maize, wheat, rice, sorghum and soybean.
Identifying climate mitigation strategies from AFOLU sector in Mexico
CIMMYT researchers comb through data to enumerate the benefits, and costs, of specific climate mitigation initiatives in the AFOLU sector of Mexico.
Tracking the development and reach of CIMMYT’s climate research
Researchers provide data-driven approach to systematically analyze the production and diffusion of knowledge on food systems and climate change.
Sorghum in the 21st Century: Resiliency and Sustainability in the Face of Climate ChangeJune 5 - June 9