Agricultural scientist Madhulika Singh shares her experience as the first woman in STEM in her family and in her society in Bihar, India.
Discover groundbreaking research from CIMMYT and CGIAR to promote gender equality in agriculture and achieve a sustainable future.
On International Day of Women and Girls in Science, we spoke to Pragya Timsina about how women’s participation in agriculture is evolving across the Eastern Gangetic Plains and her findings which will be included in a paper coming out later this year: ‘Necessity as a driver of bending agricultural gender norms in South Asia’.
New research explores how the adoption of Climate-Smart Agricultural Practices can help address environmental issues, reduce out-migration, and ensure household food security.
Research on gender and maize looks to move beyond trait preferences at seed demand more broadly.
Building on impact of GENNOVATE, scientists recommend integrating gender-transformative research and methodologies into the new CGIAR Initiatives.
Many women are working enthusiastically as part of agriculture mechanization, as supported by CIMMYT’s CSISA-MEA project.
A day in the life of a farmer in India’s Odisha state, part of tribal community that has long lived off the land.
New CIMMYT brochure highlights value of maize and wheat science to battle rising undernourishment.
Working towards resilience, renewal and transition in our agri-food systems.
Researchers, extension services, partners and policymakers can better support feminization of agriculture processes in the Indo-Gangetic Plains through improved research and recommendations.
Gender equity is one of the best solutions for hunger. Why? The numbers speak for themselves.
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.
CGIAR webinar examined the technological, sustainability and social implications of integrated approaches.
Women in Bangladesh start successful businesses using power-tiller-operated seeders.