Water harvesting: CIAT-FLAR project receives high honor

A joint CIAT-FLAR initiative that has allowed farmers in Nicaragua to grow a bumper crop during dry seasons has been recognized for its exceptional innovation by FONTAGRO.Read more
Water harvesting: CIAT-FLAR project receives high honor

Could “magic beans” help ease Malawi’s maize woes?

Maize production in Malawi has been crippled by the worst drought in 30 years - but new drought resilient "magic beans" survived the tough times. Read more
Could “magic beans” help ease Malawi’s maize woes?

CIAT Annual Report 2015-2016 is out!

We build the fundamentals of sustainable food futures The world has never produced or consumed so much food. We cannot, however, ignore the pressure that food production is putting on the environmentRead more
CIAT Annual Report 2015-2016 is out!

New study calls for shift to pre-pregnancy nutrition, to drive down stunting in Rwandan ch...

A new scientific report calls for a shift in interventions to tackle malnutrition in children in Rwanda under the age of two.Read more
New study calls for shift to pre-pregnancy nutrition, to drive down stunting in Rwandan children under two-years-old

“I’m standing on the shoulders of giants” – CIAT scientist wins Hugo de Vries Awar...

CIAT’s Colin Khoury has received the 2016 Hugo de Vries Award for his landmark doctoral thesis on changing human diets and the importance of wild plants to global food security.Read more
“I’m standing on the shoulders of giants” – CIAT scientist wins Hugo de Vries Award

Low-income communities need more affordable and nutritious food

A research project tackling malnutrition among vulnerable populations in Kenya and Uganda is launched in Nairobi today.Read more
Low-income communities need more affordable and nutritious food

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