Welcome to the CGIAR Campaign

Climate change is fueling a global hunger crisis. Without urgent action now, the world will not be able to adapt to the impacts of climate change and billions of people will go hungry. 

Avoiding this scenario is possible. As the world’s largest publicly funded agricultural research network, CGIAR is uniquely positioned to address this pressing issue. For over 50 years, CGIAR has used science, innovation, and partnerships to take on humanity’s greatest challenges. Now, CGIAR is helping smallholder farmers across the global South build resilience and reduce emissions from farming, while also ensuring that communities around the world have better access to nutritious foods. 

The world needs CGIAR’s research and expertise to tackle the overlapping food and climate crises. But to meet the size and scale of the challenge, CGIAR must double its annual budget by 2030 to $2 billion per year. This means securing $4 billion to fund its 2025-2027 research portfolio. To attain this objective, CGIAR is planning a global replenishment campaign kicking off at COP28 in late 2023.

Join our partner network

As CGIAR ramps up towards the launch of its campaign and investment case at COP28 in Dubai, we are creating networks of partners who share our passion for climate adaptation and mitigation innovations, to help us achieve greater impact, build resilience to climate shocks, and drive sustainable transformation of food systems for future generations.

If you and your organization wish to join our partner networks, participate in our campaign, and receive regular news from CGIAR, please register using this form:


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