Experts reflect on the successful efforts to limit the spread of maize lethal necrosis across eastern and southern Africa.
Stress-tolerant maize varieties are transforming lives in northern Uganda.
In demonstration plots in Kenya, smallholder farmers evaluate and rank maize varieties according to their preferred traits — a feedback that is crucial to CIMMYT’s maize breeding work.
Kenya research station offers a unique wheat science platform with global impact.
After eight years of project learning, reflections on what conservation agriculture means for African smallholder farmers, the dialogue between scientists and policy makers, and next steps.
Farmers are reaping the benefits of SAWA hybrid, an improved maize seed variety designed to withstand drought conditions.
Unsustainable farming practices like monocropping are impacting soil health and reducing the productivity of farms.
A new guidebook promotes improved seed and farming technologies for men and women, with the goal of increasing adoption rates.
Faster and better-quality certification, a game-changer for African farmers?
The AWARD program advocates for a more gender-responsive agricultural research ecosystem.
Delegates review the third year’s progress of the MLN Diagnostics and Management Project.
More than 200 scientists have increased their capacity at these annual trainings since CIMMYT started organizing them ten years ago.