• Farmers at the Forefront: Utilizing Agricultural Data to Monitor G7 and G20 Pledges

    New dashboard will draw on CGIAR data and research to track G7/G20 commitments and inform policy for food systems transformation

  • Reforming Global Aid and Finance Would Make Ending Hunger an ‘Affordable Goal’, Finds New Report

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  • Opinion: Pakistan floods show global security hinges on water security

    Government of Pakistan chief economist Nadeem Javaid and Claudia Sadoff write that it is largely through water — too much, too little, too unpredictable — that people will directly experience climate change.

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  • CGIAR Innovations Highlighted at UN Water Conference

    CGIAR experts presented research results, insights, and innovations at the 2023 UN Water Conference

  • IPCC Climate Report Draws Urgency to Food Systems Transformation

    CGIAR scientists are working closely with farmers throughout the Global South to implement climate adaptation measures and document their effectiveness.

  • CGIAR GENDER Impact Platform Op-Ed, Insights and Contributions to the UN Commission on the Status of Women

    The need to listen to women, taking their needs and preferences into account, is equally important when it comes to the development of more tangible agricultural technologies, such as new seeds, crop varieties, livestock breeds and machinery.


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Introducing CGIAR's Research Initiatives

Today, research and innovation in food, land and water systems are crucial for a sustainable, climate-resilient world free from hunger and malnutrition. New approaches — and a doubling of investment — are needed to ensure we can achieve the Sustainable Development Goals by 2030. A more integrated and impactful CGIAR is rising to the challenge, with a fresh portfolio of Initiatives to deliver a new 10-year strategy.

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Our assets

  • 15 top-class Research Centers

    CGIAR’s global network of 15 Research Centers contributes to an unrivalled mix of knowledge, skills and research facilities able to respond to emerging development issues.

  • 3,000+ partners

    Unequalled partnerships network of more than 3,000 partners from national governments, academic institutions, global policy bodies, private companies and NGOs.

  • 89 countries

    We have a local presence in 89 countries with a deep knowledge of customs, values and market operations in developing countries.

  • 50 years experience

    A wealth of experience and knowledge spanning 50 years that builds on a track-record of innovation and world-class research.

  • 770,000+ germplasm accessions

    CGIAR Research Centers have together built up the largest and most frequently accessed network of genebanks in the world.

  • 60+ innovations that changed the world

    In 2021, CGIAR celebrated its 50th anniversary by showcasing its most impactful innovations of all time.

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