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Field day in Al Mussaiab April 2012
Image of field day in Al Mussaiab April 2012.
Visiting the demonstration farm
Image of visiting the demonstration farm.
Greece recently conducted its first international collaborative germplasm collection mission in three decades.
Adoption and Impacts of Improved Wheat Varieties in Morocco
This paper aims at providing credible evidence for the current levels of adoption of improved wheat varieties and their impacts. The paper also provides evidence on farmer utilization of seeds and evaluates the validity ...
Fighting poverty: Impact of improved faba bean technologies in Africa
Faba bean is a key crop and a major source of dietary protein throughout North and North-east Africa. Demand is growing, fuelled by rapid population growth, and the gap between supply and demand continues to increase. ...
Food, income, and livelihoods: Impact of new agricultural technologies in Africa
Egypt, Ethiopia, Sudan and Yemen have a combined population of 195 million, of whom 72% live in rural areas. All four economies are largely agriculture-based; but most farmers use traditional crop varieties and farming ...
Linking Livestock Producers and Rural Women to Global Yarn Markets
The project used a market-driven science approach to ensure quick uptake by rural women and succeeded in establishing a self-sustaining value chain, from improved breeding and husbandry practices to production of world-class ...
IFAD and ICARDA
The collaboration between the International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD) and ICARDA dates back to their inception in 1977, and their activities have been intertwined ever since. IFAD has been a key supporter ...
Promoting safer & more sustainable alternatives to chemical pesticides
This initiative promotes sustainable and safer approaches to the management of date palm pests in Iraq, helping to ease farmers from their dependence on chemical sprays while boosting productivity and incomes.