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Introducing the MENA Initiative: A multi-partner enterprise transforming rural livelihoods through sustainable agricultural development in Middle East & North Africa (MENA)
Invitation to join the "From Farms to Markets: Innovative agri-based value chains: new streams of income for women and youth" session during the COP22 Marrakech Climate Change Conference.
Sustainable technology improves farmers’ livelihoods. تقنية مستدامة تحسن سبل معيشة المزارعين
This project promotes the use of IPM and Organic fertilization to increase the productivity of date palms, cereals, and food legumes (chickpeas, lentils and peas) in Iraq. By implementing these sustainable farming integrated ...
The challenge of feeding a growing population as climate gets hotter and drier
Invitation to join the "Coping with Climate Change in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) Region: Meeting Future Food Demand through Science & Innovation" session during COP22 Marrakech Climate Change Conference.
Dryland Systems - Science for better food security and livelihoods in the dry areas
The CGIAR Research Program on Dryland Systems (known as Dryland Systems) embodies a new approach to integrated and ‘holistic’ agricultural research. It combines several research disciplines, including crop improvement, ...
CGIAR Research Program on Dryland Systems: The global research partnership to improve agricultural productivity and income in the world’s dry areas
This brochure describes in brief the CGIAR Research Program on dryland systems.
Restoration of degraded land for food security and poverty reduction in East Africa and the Sahel: taking successes in land restoration to scale - Summary
Project goal is to reduce food insecurity and improve livelihoods of poor people living in African drylands by restoring degraded land and returning it to effective and sustainable tree, crop and livestock production, ...
Enhancing Food Security in Arab Countries
A research for development initiative working across ten countries to raise wheat production and reduce the Arab World’s growing dependence on costly wheat imports.