In India’s state of Odisha, maize farming is lifting up the socioeconomic status of women.
On International Day of Women and Girls in Science, CGIAR and CIMMYT scientists share their career journeys.
Assessing the approach’s potential and limitations for strengthening the livelihoods of the rural poor, a new book draws conclusions applicable across the development field.
Rahel Assefa and Kate Dreher selected as inaugural winners of award celebrating women’s contribution to CIMMYT’s work and mission.
CIMMYT system economist explores ways to streamline smallholder farming systems through mechanization, gender equity and conservation agriculture.
Study explores whether modern maize storage structures offer equal benefits to women and men farmers in Kenya, Malawi, Zambia and Zimbabwe.
Study explores how gender norms and intra-household dynamics shape women’s demand articulation for labor-saving technologies.
Experts discuss solutions to postharvest losses and how agricultural mechanization can benefit rural women in the Global South.
CIMMYT-supported researcher earns doctorate for work on gender, maize value chains and food security
Research was supported through the Stress Tolerant Maize for Africa (STMA) project.
Study quantifies the economic losses from Bangladesh’s COVID-19 lockdowns and outlines policy implications for the country.
How gender research supports rural women during times of crisis.
Inclusive seed business model empowers women from marginalized communities in Nepal.
Women in Odisha, India, successfully shoulder responsibility in leading their families through the COVID-19 crisis.
Women in rural Nepal prosper from training program on soil fertility management practices.
Technical and business training provides women with opportunities to break barriers and improve livelihoods.