This issue of Caravan provides examples of activities undertaken by ICARDA and its partners to address challenges of rebuilding agriculture in the aftermath of conflicts and natural disasters, particularly in Afghanistan, Palestine, Iraq, Eritrea, Sudan, and Ethiopia. The cycle of conflict, poverty, hunger and drought can be broken with application of cutting-edge science to ensure nutritional and food security. ICARDA is playing a vital role in encouraging advanced research institutions to collaborate in technology development, capacity building, technology transfer and policy research that will provide livelihood options for the millions caught in the consuming web of poverty and conflict.
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Title: Measuring the Impacts of Conservation Tillage (CT) on Household Income and Wheat Consumption: A Syrian Case Author: El-Shater, Tamer; 0000-0002-0698-689X; 0000-0002-9156-7082; ORCID; ORCIDDate: 2015-11-28Type: Report/Working PaperStatus: Open accessThis study aims at assessing the impacts of conservation tillage (CT) on household income and wheat consumption among Syrian farmers. Analysis is based on 621 wheat producing farmers in Syria. The propensity score-matching ...
Author: Clifton, Kathryn; 0000-0002-4543-7631; ORCIDDate: 2015-09-16Type: Report/Working PaperStatus: Open accessThis the final annual report for the donor. The first round of data is reported here. While the deliverable asks for a data set, this is not complete yet as there will be another round of data collection. This provides ...
Author: Nurbekov, AzizDate: 2015-07-01Type: VideoStatus: Open access30 June, 2015. A field day was conducted on the demonstration site which attracted 48 visitors from Qorao’zak district farmers, Qorao’zak district authorities, researchers (Karakalpak Research Institute of Crop Husbandry ...