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Caravan 15: ICARDA's work in Africa
ICARDA serves its African stakeholders through two of its seven regional programs. These are the Nile Valley and Red Sea Regional Program (NVRSRP), which covers Egypt, Ethiopia, Eritrea, and Sudan; and the North Africa ...
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 ...
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
Center Commissioned External Review of ICARDA’s Capacity Development Function
Center Commissioned External Review of ICARDA’s Capacity Development Function and ICARDA’s Response to the Recommendations of the Center Commissioned External Review of ICARDA’s Capacity Development Function
Caravan 22: Review of agriculture in the dry areas
This issue of Caravan provides examples of ICARDA's work with its partners to help ensure sustainability of livelihoods for the poor in marginal areas. The focus of our research goes beyond production options to diversification ...
Africa and ICARDA
ICARDA has long-standing outreach programs in North Africa, the Nile Valley, and the Red Sea region (Fig 2). In its current strategic plan, the Center will extend its work to the drylands of Sub-Saharan Africa.
ICARDA and the Arab World
Since its establishment, the International Center for Agricultural research in the Dry Areas (ICARDA), based in Aleppo, Syria, has worked side by side with scientists and technicians in all parts of the Arab world to not ...
Germany and ICARDA
Germany possesses one of the world’s leading industrialized economies and has for many years been actively funding overseas development projects through the annual allocation of many millions of Deutschmarks. Like all ...
WLI 2017 Project Narrative
WLI 2017 _Project Narrative
Similarity and Suitability Analysis to Assist the Out-Scaling of Sustainable Water and Land Management Practices in West Asia and North Africa
Water scarcity and land degradation are among the most important factors that affect agricultural production and sustainability in the West Asia and North Africa (WANA) region. Through the Water benchmarks project, ICARDA ...