Alliance’s Colombia genebank hits conservation target with shipment to Svalbard

How Iron Beans Gained Ground in Rwanda

Mushimiyimana and her family are one of the more than 420,000 farming households in Rwanda who cultivate iron-biofortified bean that were developed by HarvestPlus, the Rwanda Agriculture Board, and the Alliance of Bioversity International and CIAT

Milking opportunity in the foothills of Mount Kenya

When Simon and Sylvia Kiruja started their farm three years ago, they never imagined it would get so big they would need a bigger plot…

The Alliance of Bioversity International and CIAT works with farmers to bring a wide variety of forgotten but highly nutritious local crops back to our tables

A wild bean’s genes may help a key crop thrive on a hotter Earth

The wild relatives of major vegetables, needed for climate resilience, are in danger

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