agriculture for peace

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Working with partners, CIMMYT’s Sustainable Agrifood Systems Approach for Sudan (SASAS) program empowers farmers and herders in Sudan to move towards self-sufficiency. Helping Sudanese farmers integrate potato and sweet potato into their agricultural production systems to enhance food security and crop diversity is one of the program highlights.

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CIMMYT proposes actions to respond to the deteriorating food crisis catalyzed by the ongoing civil war in Sudan.

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Representatives of the Norwegian Government and international research centers visit plots of Guatemalan farmers participating in CGIAR’s Latin American Regional Initiative, AgriLAC Resiliente, which promotes the InnovaHubs model developed in Mexico by CIMMYT and its collaborators.

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Restoring food production within the country is just as important as emergency food aid — if not, Sudan risk racing from crisis to crisis.

Blogs

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Working with partners, CIMMYT’s Sustainable Agrifood Systems Approach for Sudan empowers women farmers in conflict-torn South Kordofan. It provides them with training and resources to increase crop yields and enhance community self-sufficiency.

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CIMMYT, in partnership with USAID, is implementing the Sustainable Agrifood Systems Approach for Sudan, an integrated agrifood system model designed to underpin food security through scalable development opportunities and sustainable agricultural practices.

Blogs

tag icon Capacity development

In conflict-torn Sudan, women farmers are equipped with new skills and sustainable techniques to cultivate hope and abundance—doubling yields and empowering communities toward self-sufficiency.