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CGIAR is the largest global agricultural innovation network. World-class science for and a world free of poverty, hunger and environmental degradation.
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The science is clearer than ever, but the planet needs our collective action, not our panic, writes . We already have the tools to mitigate the —do we have the courage to use them?
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CGIAR_AMRhub Jul 18
Great coverage by by in addressing issues in animal feed. Read article: Read more about what does:
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The latest CGIAR-on-Twitter Daily! Thanks to
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What’s next for Sustainable Land Management in Ethiopia and globally?
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FISH_CGIAR Jul 18
Thank you to all and followers for embarking the journey towards sustainable , , nutrition and resilient with us:
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The Crawford Fund 18h
Have you read the Crawford Fund strategic plan? Learn where we work, how we are making a difference and what our focus is for 2018-2023:
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Gates Foundation Africa 12h
Research centres such as and play a massive role in empowering small holder farmers and ‘feeding the future’ - Great work 👏
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RootsTubersBananas Jul 16
A set of comprehensive guidelines are helping the agricultural research for development sector to rethink how and when to use ‘innovation platforms’ to most effectively develop and scale technologies:
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CGIAR 11h
As systems fail across the country, rural communities look to self-supply: via
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CIP - Potato Center Jul 17
CIP is pleased to announce the annual award to recognize the best 🍠 communication product. 👉 Apply: 🔸 🔸 🔸
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CGIAR 15h
Climate change is affecting crop yields and reducing global food supplies, study finds: via
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CGIAR 17h
Many smallholder farmers struggle to access the for their goods and financial tools that would enable them to grow their businesses and improve their livelihoods. has partnered with and to help change that:
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CGIAR 19h
More than 50 years ago, CGIAR’s research into high-yielding, disease-resistant and launched the Green Revolution, saving more than a billion people from starvation. Never heard of CGIAR? You’re not alone. Learn more here:
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CGIAR 20h
? About 50 high-yielding hybrid lines/varieties have been developed by and evaluated in several African countries. Now four new hybrids are being showcased:
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CIMMYT Jul 12
“When we design technologies that meet farmers’ needs because we have interacted with them and understood the whole system; that is our greatest impact,” says Munyaradzi Mutenje, CIMMYT agricultural economist.
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CGIAR Jul 18
. -supported research—in areas such as technological innovation, rural transformation, & —led to many achievements around the world in 2018. Download the brochure, annual report & outcome stories here:
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CGIAR Jul 18
Can this be the decade we save the planet? YES—and offers some bold ideas to :
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CIMMYT Jul 15
With its national partners, WHEAT released 48 new -derived varieties to farmers in 2018. Read more stories of impact in the :
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CGIAR Jul 18
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