The IPCC report has prompted action on reducing agriculture greenhouse gas emissions at a recent meeting in Washington DC.
At a meeting held in Naivasha, Kenya last month, researchers from the CGIAR Research Program on Livestock and Fish took the opportunity to operationalize the program’s gender strategy. Participants agreed that a monitoring and evaluation framework be put in place in order to ensure that gender is successfully integrated into current and future research activities.
In just a few weeks, the CGIAR Challenge Program on Water and Food (CPWF) will come to an end. A new online learning portal was launched recently as a means of retaining the research and findings gathered during more than a decade of research for development.
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The Africa Rice Center (AfricaRice) Board of Trustees has approved the Center’s Development Plan for 2014-2020, which proposes a stronger presence of the Center in Eastern and Central Africa in response to the growing demand from its member countries to enhance rice research and development (R&D) capacity in the two sub-regions. “We approve the systematic
Le Conseil d’administration du Centre du riz pour l’Afrique (AfricaRice) a approuvé le plan de développement du Centre pour 2014-2020. Ce plan propose une présence plus forte du Centre en Afrique de l’Est et du Centre en réponse à la deman…
For this year’s Earth Day, Food Tank highlights influential individuals and organizations which are working to promote urban agriculture and encourage investment in growing cities.
A Participatory Approach for Hydrometeorological Monitoring in the Blue Nile River Basin of Ethiopia.
This report describes a participatory approach used in the establishment and implementation of hydrometeorological monitoring networks in the Blue Nile River Basin of Ethiopia.
The main purpose of the study is to determine whether non-use values exist among residents of Quezon City, hundreds of kilometers away from Tubbataha Reefs.
Alternate wetting and drying (AWD) is a rice management practice that reduces water use by up to 30% and can save farmers money on irrigation and pumping costs.
CGIAR commits to mainstreaming breeding for mineral and vitamin traits into conventional food crop development programs.