Women have the potential to be drivers of agricultural transformation.
Farmers are reaping the benefits of SAWA hybrid, an improved maize seed variety designed to withstand drought conditions.
Faster and better-quality certification, a game-changer for African farmers?
CIMMYT launched the consortiumin May 2018, to better engage with a committed set of partners and to achieve enhanced maize yields in Africa.
The AWARD program advocates for a more gender-responsive agricultural research ecosystem.
The maize lethal necrosis (MLN) artificial inoculation screening site in Naivasha, Kenya, will begin its phenotyping (screening/ indexing) cycle of 2019 at the beginning of January 2019 and in other four intervals throughout the year. Interested organizations from both the private and public sectors are invited to send maize germplasm for screening.
CIMMYT economist Jason Donovan discusses the role of seed companies and food markets.
More than 200 scientists have increased their capacity at these annual trainings since CIMMYT started organizing them ten years ago.
Over 230,000 farmers have adopted sustainable intensification technologies and the project has helped nurture future scientists.