Feeding Rwanda’s livestock revolution

More than 200,000 Rwandan farmers have received free cows under the Rwandan Governments’ One cow per poor family programme since it was introduced in 2006. The move has kick-started small scRead more

Feeding Rwanda’s livestock revolution

UN awards big data project for confronting crazy weather in rice production

CGIAR scientists wielding big data tools to blunt the impacts of climate change on Latin America’s rice production have been named one of two winners of the Big Data Climate Challenge, to beRead more

UN awards big data project for confronting crazy weather in rice production

Visualizing evolving global diets: National Geographic puts CIAT’s data into an interact...

Earlier this year, CIAT published a study in PNAS, which addresses the increasing homogeneity of global food supplies and the implications for food security. It revealed that diets worldwide have Read more

Visualizing evolving global diets: National Geographic puts CIAT’s data into an interactive graphic

Changing the backstory of smallholder coffee production

Discriminating coffee enthusiasts expect a lot from their espressos, cappuccinos, and lattes.  These consumers want a “mind-blowing” coffee, which not only has an extraordinary taRead more

Changing the backstory of smallholder coffee production

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