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ICARDA Update

April 26, 2015

What are the constraints facing women farmers in the dry areas, and how can we overcome their limited access to technologies, inputs, and information?

April 22, 2015

A region-wide vision for Jordan's 'Badia' will address production constraints on a large-scale, while exploiting opportunities for development and growth.

April 15, 2015

Women are playing an increasing role in Afghanistan's agricultural sector, and are key to the country's development and reconstruction.

April 08, 2015

A new partnership to deliver 'climate-smart' technologies to smallholder farmers in the Middle East and North Africa.

April 08, 2015

Heat-tolerant wheat varieties are transforming wheat production in Sudan. Introduced alongside an integrated package of innovative technologies and practices, the varieties are generating stable yields of up to six tons per hectare.

April 08, 2015

It is with sad regret that we announce the recent passing away of Dr. Owen Lavar Brough, who developed ICARDA’s main station in Tel Hadya.

March 22, 2015

ICARDA is promoting low-toxin grasspea varieties in India, where the crop is recognized for its low input requirements and adaptation to harsh conditions.

March 19, 2015

Efforts of ICARDA’s genebank team in Syria are commended with Gregor Mendel Innovation Prize.

March 09, 2015

There are many gender mainstreaming workshops that take place each year. Few are successful at motivating behavior change. But a workshop in Gondar, Ethiopia was different.

March 08, 2015

What are the proven solutions needed to drive higher productivity across the world's dry areas? #ICARDA'sTop7 reveals all.

February 27, 2015

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).

February 27, 2015

Efforts to improve systems analysis and enhance modeling capabilities across North Africa were recently taken forward through a workshop targeting researchers from Algeria, Tunisia, and Morocco.

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