Source: Global Citizen (21 Apr 2023)
CIMMYT gender research helps the Agrovita program, a collaboration between PepsiCo and Proforest, a UK-based agriculture non-profit, to design and promote gender sensitive training programs for smallholder cacao farmers in Tabasco and Chiapas, Mexico.
Global science partnership promotes climate-smart pathways to address food security and climate crisis
As rising temperatures and water scarcities threaten food production and affecting global food security and livelihoods since last century, leading research organizations have joined efforts around solutions that can also benefit climate-threatened, staple food farming in Africa, Asia, and Latin America and help reduce greenhouse gas emissions from agriculture.
CIMMYT’s efforts to align with FAO recommendations to strengthen women’s roles in food systems.
New initiative links smallholder farmers in Zambia with a market opportunity in oil seed production, driving uptake of modern varieties and sustainable, intensified agricultural practices.
20 years of rigorous scientific research.
Startups and nonprofits race to unlock Africa’s agriculture potential as millions face food crisis and droughts
Source: Moody's (19 Apr 2023)
Climate change, if unchecked, is expected to make food even more unaffordable. The economic shocks from increasing temperatures, water stress and continued droughts will push tens of millions of Africans into extreme poverty over the next decade, according to Moody’s partner TechnoServe.
Harisankar Nayak’s thesis honored at a ceremony hosted by India’s Vice President
HeDWIC and FFAR awarded grants to five wheat research projects in 2022 to protect the crop from climate change and other threats.
Zambia Minister of Agriculture host CIMMYT Director General for deliberations on the country’s strategic road map.
CIMMYT endorses and implements expert recommendations to drive the transformation towards Zero Hunger by 2050
A new paper published today by experts at The Chicago Council of Global Affairs identifies the three main obstacles to global food systems transformation and hunger eradication by 2050.
CIMMYT experts collaborate with private sector to propel improved variety adoption in Malawi.
Locally produced seed cleaners are making a big difference in Ethiopia and inspiring innovation in Benin.
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.