Innovative approaches to incorporating gender considerations into Seed Production Technology for Africa.
Diane Holdorf shares what keeps her grounded and helps her bring her best self to work.
In a remote rural area of Tanzania, a group of women farmers has defied the odds and found prosperity through the cultivation of certified sorghum seeds.
Soil fertility management and improved practices for rice production were emphasized with technicians who work directly with farmers to raise yields, income, and household-level food and nutrition security.
CIMMYT presents its 2022 Annual Report.
Empowering women smallholder farmers in Africa with climate-resilient and nutritious maize varietiesGender equality, youth and social inclusion
CIMMYT-NARES regional maize breeding networks empower farmers, especially women, to ensure food security in the face of climate change.
Generating evidence and contributing to discussions and policy actions for inclusive and impactful agrifood systems, leading researchers from CIMMYT working with various stakeholders—including rural women farmers in Asia and Africa—converge in New Delhi at the 2023 CGIAR GENDER Impact Platform and ICAR Conference.
Community Business Facilitator: providing a service to farmers while increasing community access to nutritious foodGender equality, youth and social inclusion
Women farmers in Nepal are increasing their income and leading positive change in their communities through capacity building programs in mechanization and post-harvest management.
Source: The Kathmandu Post (10 Oct 2023)
In Nepal, the collaboration between IWMI, CIMMYT, and local governments thus opened a promising path toward sustainable agricultural development, where the enthusiasm and involvement of farmers became the cornerstone of progress and innovation.
Source: The Kathmandu Post (25 Sep 2023)
The International Water Management Institute and CIMMYT conducted research on Sustainable Intensification of Mixed Farming Systems (SI-MFS), including innovations in six potential areas that are urgently needed to transform agricultural practices.
Source: AgriLink (31 Mar 2023)
The fodder chopper implemented by CIMMYT has been a game-changer for female farmers and wider rural economies in Bangladesh.
One CGIAR System Board Chair Lindiwe Majele Sibanda shares lessons from her life and wide-ranging career.
Breaking barriers and changing the leadership equation through women as catalysts of change.
The Mexican government-supported research-for-rural development initiative MasAgro has raised maize and wheat yields and farm profitability while mitigating farmers’ risk and agriculture’s ecological and climate impacts.