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Focus traits for improvement of GLDC crops through FP4 and FP5 interventions
Focus traits for improvement of GLDC crops through FP4 and FP5 interventions.
Adoption and ex-post impacts of improved cowpea varieties on productivity and crop incomes in Nigeria
Despite successes of international and national crop improvement research in the development and release of a number of improved grain legume varieties, there is limited empirical evidence of adoption and ex-post impacts ...
Gendered analysis of traits, preferences and frameworks for gender responsive variety development
Activity FP4-1.9 was designed with the purpose of understanding the trait preferences of male and female farmers and improve the integration of gender component in the breeding program so that the design and breeding plan ...
Impacts of early maturing chickpea improved cultivars in Myanmar
This study presents the success story of the adoption and diffusion of improved early maturing chickpea cultivars in Myanmar. The experience in the country, particularly exemplifies evidences that adoption of technologies ...
Impact Assessment of Chickpea Research and Development in Ethiopia
The climatic conditions in Ethiopia make it very suitable for growing chickpeas. Chickpea is widely grown across the highlands and semi-arid regions of Ethiopia and serves as a multi-purpose crop. The country is also ...
Feminization of agriculture: facts, trends and driving forces
There is a growing recognition of the phenomenon of increasing feminization of agriculture but the causes, consequences and the extent varies by region and this is not fully understood. The central argument of this paper ...
Preliminary Gender-related Analysis of Household Survey Conducted in Houet Province, Western region of Burkina Faso
Preliminary Gender-related Analysis of Household Survey Conducted in Houet Province, Western region of Burkina Faso.
Develop and optimize quick crop protocols for sorghum and pearl millet & Rancidity in pearl millet
Trip report of Dr Pooja Bhatnagar to Corteva HQ (agricultural division of DowDuPont) in Johnston in the United states.
Lentils, Innovations and Women’s Empowerment in Ethiopia (Draft report)
Opportunities and constraints identified for rural women, men and lentils in Ethiopia
Template for cluster level information for POWB
This is an editable Word file that cluster leaders may use for their POWB