When understanding drivers of food systems becomes a planetary priority
This analysis will be one of the very first one of this kind conducted at the global level. The results will potentially have huge implications for policy and decision-makers at both national and international levels.
Together in Africa, CIAT and Alluvial working to improve livelihoods across the food value chain
“This partnership is poised to support and benefit all value chain actors, including those working in the production, distribution and consumption hubs of the food system,” Dr. Debisi Araba, Regional Director For Africa
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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