Honor recognizes improvement in the nutritional content of wheat.
New partnership announced to protect Gorongosa National Park in Mozambique by improving agricultural livelihoods and crop systemsEnvironmental health and biodiversity
GRP and CIMMYT signed up cooperation framework at Borlaug Dialogue organized by the World Food Prize Foundation.
Source: Life Technology (30 Oct 2023)
AGREE, created by UC Davis and CIMMYT, helps analyze emissions from diverse agricultural activities.
Source: Medium (30 Oct 2023)
Sainsbury Lab, John Innes Centre and 21 institutes, led by CIMMYT, join forces to monitor plant pathogens and improve wheat productivity in East Africa and South Asia.
In a remote rural area of Tanzania, a group of women farmers has defied the odds and found prosperity through the cultivation of certified sorghum seeds.
Source: Xinhua Net (25 Oct 2023)
For future wheat variety development, CIMMYT is interested in collaborating with the Pakistan-China laboratory.
Source: Progressive Farmer (25 Oct 2023)
Bram Govaerts, CIMMYT director general, emphasized the global impact of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine on agriculture and the link between peace and food production.
Soil fertility management and improved practices for rice production were emphasized with technicians who work directly with farmers to raise yields, income, and household-level food and nutrition security.
A mechanization project promotes the uptake of scale-appropriate machinery for smallholder farmers in rural Zimbabwe.
Source: Farm Kenya (19 Oct 2023)
Experts are now turning to millet as a leading solution to combat rising obesity rates and improve nutrition in Kenya.
Source: Kisan of India (17 Oct 2023)
Research from IISER Bhopal, CIMMYT and the University of Michigan calls for urgent action and highlights the potential of technology to reduce emissions and promote sustainable agriculture.
CIMMYT presents its 2022 Annual Report.
Empowering women smallholder farmers in Africa with climate-resilient and nutritious maize varietiesGender equality, youth and social inclusion
CIMMYT-NARES regional maize breeding networks empower farmers, especially women, to ensure food security in the face of climate change.