AID-I conducted a community sensitization to connect Zambian farmers with existing mobile networks that provide agricultural and climate data.
During the two-week training, jointly conducted by CIMMYT-BISA-ICAR, participants learned about innovative and cutting-edge research in conservation agriculture, visited industry, and interacted with farmers for first-hand impact.
AID-I Tanzania partners make plans to step up activity implementation, achieve wider impact, and build resilience for larger populations in 2024.
To improve food security in Zambia and Tanzania, CIMMYT and Zamseed join forces to strengthen maize resilience.
CIMMYT is leading South Asia’s crop diversification efforts with projects such as TAFSSA and RUPANTAR, focusing on evidence-based policies and robust support to smallholder farmers.
Academia, government and industry each have a role in attracting youth to careers in agriculture in India.
The 2023 Borlaug Dialogue showcased CIMMYT’s collaborations in Mozambique and innovative initiatives to address agricultural challenges in Southern Africa.
NARC and CIMMYT prioritize food security and technology adoption to transform agriculture in Nepal.
CIMMYT and WorldVeg strengthen collaboration in the midst of the climate crisis to increase their impactCapacity development
Agreement builds on successful partnership in southern and eastern Africa.
Source: ComDev Asia (26 Nov 2023)
Source: The Horn (14 Nov 2023)
CIMMYT scientist, Kindie Tesfaye highlights the role of user-centric climate information services and advisories in empowering farmers.
Energized linkages with grain buyers through the Nepal Seed and Fertilizer Project have farmers planning to expand maize cropping.
Training workshop for Zimbabwean mechanics guarantees efficient machinery service under USAID-funded Mechanization Activity.
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.