Agrifood Systems as Part of the Solution: Spotlight Conversations on Agriculture Innovation
Are we investing enough to end hunger by 2030, the date set for its termination by the UN’s Agenda for Sustainable Development? This was the central question in a round table discussion on Financial Flows in the Agrifood Sector in the Global South.Read More
Towards more Effective and Shared Engagement with Partners
CGIAR welcomes the publication of the report by the independent High-level Advisory Panel (HLAP), “On Improving One CGIAR’s Strategic Engagement with Partners”.Read more
CGIAR with IITA and ILRI Announce Eminent Scientists and Researchers to Leadership Roles
Professor Appolinaire Djikeng as Director General of ILRI and CGIAR Senior Director of Livestock-Based Systems; and Dr. Simeon Ehui as Director General for IITA and CGIAR Regional Director for Continental Africa.Read More
Can we Still End Hunger by 2030?
CGIAR and the Economist discussed what it will take and outlined a clear and compelling call to action: additional investment in the agrifood sector is urgently needed.Read More
CGIAR System Board: We are on the right path and will stay the course
“Now, more than ever, the world needs a CGIAR able to convene partners across the multilateral system to deliver science for humanity’s greatest challenges. We are firmly on that path and will stay the course,” the System Board said in a communique, following its 25th meeting and retreat, held on December 8-9, 2022, in Nairobi.Read More
CGIAR Appoints Dr. Lindiwe Majele Sibanda as System Board Chair
Following the decision of Marco Ferroni to retire and step down from his position as CGIAR System Board Chair, CGIAR is pleased to announce that current Board member Lindiwe Majele Sibanda will succeed him in January 2023.Read More
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Introducing CGIAR's New 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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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.
Unequalled partnerships network of more than 3,000 partners from national governments, academic institutions, global policy bodies, private companies and NGOs.
We have a local presence in 89 countries with a deep knowledge of customs, values and market operations in developing countries.
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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.
Obasanjo Farms Nigeria adopts IITA SAH Technology09.02.23
Obasanjo Farms Nigeria commissioned a screen house and laboratory-based cassava multiplication facil…Read more
IITA and NRCRI release new yam varieties09.02.23
IITA–CGIAR, in collaboration with the National Root Crops Research Institute (NRCRI), has released…Read more
IITA Forest Center joins global 2023 Wetland Restoration Campaign09.02.23
Wetlands make up about 6% of the earth’s surface, but accommodate about 40% of all…Read more