International Day of Rural Women
Daniela, the producer who honors her family name: Campo (Field or Farm)
World Food Day
Solving hunger and malnutrition in Africa requires business, governments, social justice
New partnership for a more sustainable forage production
An agreement between CIAT and Papalotla will focus their efforts on developing improved pastures that also reverse environmental degradation and contribute to reducing greenhouse gases from livestock activity.
Annual Report 2017-2018
CIAT, building off 50 years of success in generating and strategically positioning knowledge to improve agricultural practices, reduce poverty and hunger, and improve human nutrition, continues to play a key role in addressing the world’s most pressing challenges related to agriculture, development, and the environment.
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Echo from the 18th Triennial Symposium of the...
A total of 200 participants, 70 oral presentations, 170 scientific posters on […]
Tackling Cassava Mosaic Disease in Southeast Asia
This series of videos produced during the meeting held in Phnom Penh, Cambodia, […]
In Cali, the next agri-food revolution is being seeding
The next agri-food revolution begins in Cali having the 18th Triennial […]