CIMMYT is partnering with GIZ in Zambia to clear hurdles for smallholder farmers to produce fodder at a commercial level.
Experts gathered at the FAO Science and Innovation Forum to drive forward research partnerships to curb crop loss due to pests and diseases through efficient global sharing of data.
A range of maize varieties that are high-yielding, climate resilient and nutritious are being introduced for the first time in Nepal.
CIMMYT and its partners are helping farmers branch out into business to improve crop yield and create job opportunities in their communities.
Zone-specific recommendations provide Afghan farmers with the best practices in wheat production for their region.
New manual helps standardize field trial data collection across Afghanistan.
An article in Amar Ujala in India explores the cross-country collaboration instigated by the Borlaug Institute for South Asia.
CIMMYT and its partners provide training on hybrid maize seeds to value chain actors from South Asia.
With the help of big data, CIMMYT researchers in Bangladesh partner with Michigan State University and local NGOs to pinpoint opportunities to increase women’s participation in farm extension training sessions.
Scientists, research technicians and data managers learn functionalities and applications of EBS during in-person training in Nairobi.
Nepali researchers get trained on rapid diagnostics tool and get ready to monitor yellow rust in the 2022/23 wheat season.
New metadata schema will make it easier for scientists to find and reuse open-access data.
New funding models, such as public-private partnerships, can collectively address knowledge gaps to avoid potential catastrophes for society at large.
CIMMYT’s MasAgro project acknowledged for promoting sustainable agriculture in new report by The Economist Intelligence Unit.
Martin Kropff sits down with scientists involved in maize breeding, wheat quality and crop data to discuss their successes and passion behind the work that they do to help CIMMYT and CGIAR reach the Sustainable Development Goals.