CIMMYT training courses play a critical role in helping international researchers meet national food security and resource conservation goals. By sharing knowledge to build communities of agricultural knowledge in less developed countries, CIMMYT empowers researchers to aid farmers. In turn, these farmers help ensure sustainable food security. In contrast to formal academic training in plant breeding and agronomy, CIMMYT training activities are hands-on and highly specialized. Trainees from Africa, Asia and Latin America benefit from the data assembled and handled in a global research program. Alumni of CIMMYT courses often become a significant force for agricultural change in their countries.
STMA project training focused on latest developments in maize research and data collection.
The Indonesian Agency for Agricultural Research and Development (IAARD) signed a memorandum of understanding with CIMMYT to reaffirm their research partnership for maize and wheat improvement.
WHEAT media sponsorship connects scientists and reporters at International Wheat Congress.
This distinction acknowledges work that has had great international impact in the sciences and other fields.
ProMaíz Nativo will promote small-scale landrace maize farmers through certification and fair market access.
CIMMYT’s five agricultural research stations in Mexico are instrumental for researchers’ work to develop innovative crops and sustainable farming systems worldwide.
Palmer made key contributions in applied science to fight hunger and improve livelihoods in the 20th Century.
Kenya research station offers a unique wheat science platform with global impact.
A group from Chiapas gets frameworks and tools to make innovations sustainable.
Research shows African farming households are far more dependent on hire labor markets, and much more inclined to hire mechanization services, than previously thought.