ICARDA is promoting low-toxin grasspea varieties in India, where the crop is recognized for its low input requirements and adaptation to harsh conditions.
What are the proven solutions needed to drive higher productivity across the world's dry areas? #ICARDA'sTop7 reveals all.
An ICARDA scientist was recently awarded the 2014 Outstanding Young Scientist Award at the annual awards ceremony of the Association of Agricultural Scientists of Indian Origin (AASIO).
ICARDA is working with the Hashemite Fund for the Development of Jordan's 'Badia' to reverse degradation and improve the productivity of Jordan's marginal lands.
Sustained efforts to improve the health of dairy goats in Afghanistan are helping to transform the lives of rural communities.
Farmers across East and West Africa have been learning about improved wheat growing techniques through targeted 'field days'.
It is possible to bridge the gap between consumption and agricultural production in the Arab World – but only with the effective application of science and technology.
As a mainstay of dryland agriculture, the ICARDA-led CGIAR Research Program on Dryland Systems has initiated efforts to raise livestock production.
Wheat consumption is rising rapidly in sub-Saharan Africa and imports account for over 70% of the region’s needs. Change is needed.
A new research and educational institute targeting the more sustainable development of arid lands was launched at ICARDA’s Amman office recently.
Wheat production in sub-Saharan Africa has a bright future, according to the results of a research for development partnership targeting strategic crops.
ICARDA’s wheat program continues to deliver benefits and is using the decentralization of the Center’s operations to more effectively target global priorities.