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ICARDA Annual Report 2015
The year 2015 will be remembered for the waves of refugees from the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region looking for a safer future in other parts of the world. While millions of people crossed into Europe, the ...
Turning the tide on pulses production in Ethiopia - Lentil
Ethiopia is a major lentil producer in the sub-Saharan Africa region. However, its lentil cultivation area and production was declining for several reasons: use of low-yielding landraces, diseases, insect pests, ...
Strengthening informal seed networks
How can we strengthen seed systems to achieve food security and better protection from epidemics and disease?
Agriculture science & innovation for national climate change action plans
Climate change is a fact of life in the world’s dry lands. Climate-smart farming, as part of a national climate change action plan, supports drylands countries’ long-term agricultural growth. It helps regenerate degraded ...
ICARDA Policy on Sanctions Management
The purpose of the ICARDA Policy on Sanctions Management (Sanctions Policy) is to provide guidance to ICARDA staff on sanctions affecting ICARDA’s activities and how to ensure compliance with binding sanctions.
Turkey and ICARDA
The fruitful collaboration between the International Center for Agricultural Research in the Dry Areas (ICARDA) and Turkey dates back to the establishment of ICARDA in 1977. ICARDA and Turkey signed a Memorandum of ...
African Soil Management: Adaptation of African Agriculture – Sustainable and Resilient Soil Management
Africa’s soils hold the key to its food production and economic future. What will it take to revive and sustain its soils with climate change?. Invitation to join the discussion during the COP22 Marrakech Climate Change ...
A model approach to research-private sector partnerships for thriving rural livelihoods in marginal lands: for thriving rural livelihoods in marginal lands
A session on "The Oasis City: Urban and Rural Resilience Program. Date Palm, Climate Change & Building Materials" during COP22 Marrakech Climate Change Conference.
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.
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.