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Afghanistan forage initiative knowledge focussed event
22 participants from including staff from Aga Khan Foundation (AKF), Ministry of Agriculture, Irrigation and Livestock (MAIL), private seed company, Directorate of Agriculture, Irrigation and Livestock (DAIL) in Baghlan, ...
Water benchmarks of CWANA - Second phase: 1st Annual Progress Report 2010-2011
1st Annual Progress Report 2010-2011 for the Community-Based Optimization of the Management of Scarce Water Resources in Agriculture in West Asia and North Africa project. Second phase
Gender Research in WANA Flagship
Presented at the “Strategic Gender Research Planning Workshop for Dryland Systems”, May 26-27, Amman, Jordan
Strengthening informal seed networks
How can we strengthen seed systems to achieve food security and better protection from epidemics and disease?
Water Benchmarks of CWANA project: Monitoring and Evaluation Plan
The comprehensive project consists of three main projects: the Badia Benchmark Project in Jordan, which includes two satellite projects in Saudi Arabia and Libya, the Rainfed Benchmark Project in Morocco, which includes ...
ICARDA’s New Strategic Plan 2017-2026 Highlights
Non-tropical dry areas cover over 40% of the world’s land surface with a growing population of more than 2.5 billion people. These people grow 44% of the world’s food and keep half of the world’s livestock, yet one in six ...
Water-Saving Techniques Practiced by Olive Growers in Dry Areas
During the last two decades, olive production in Syria has expanded to less favorable marginal dry areas, where water is the most important limiting factor. Farmers in these areas have been applying special management ...
Scientist Spotlight: Jutta Werner on Drylands, Publications, and International Life
Interview with Dr. Jutta Werner
ICARDA Efforts to Promote In Situ/On-farm Conservation of Dryland Agrobiodiversity
Dryland biodiversity has only recently got due attention because of its potential to contribute in overcoming the effects of global challenges caused by land degradation and and climate change (FAO, 1989). More particularly, ...