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Janeiro 2023
Líbano

The objective of this research was to assess the effectiveness of the innovation platform (IP) (Terbol Station) on the wheat seed sector in Lebanon. Data were collected from 16 seed producers after identifying and mapping the key stakeholders in the seed sector.

Janeiro 2023
Gana

Integrated landscape approaches have been welcomed by scientists and development practitioners as a promising way to address commodity-driven deforestation and associated land degradation and greenhouse gas emissions.

Janeiro 2023

There is increasing recognition of the role of Indigenous and local knowledge systems in sustainable land use and conservation practices. However, the evidence base remains fragmented, while local knowledge remains marginalised in many national biodiversity strategies and development plans. This applies to the Tonga people of Zambia and Zimbabwe.

Janeiro 2023
Etiópia

The highlands of North Shoa in Amhara region are dominated by cereals (wheat, barley and tef) followed by food legumes. The productivity of cereals and food legumes is low due to biotic and abiotic stresses as well as insufficient input supplies like certified seeds, planting materials, inoculants, and other inputs.

Janeiro 2023
Quênia

GENDER puts equality at the forefront of global agricultural research for development, both within and beyond CGIAR, to kickstart a process of genuine change toward greater gender equality, improved opportunities for youth and social inclusion.
We envision greater social and gender equality driving food systems to become more productive, sustainable, resilient and
equitable.

Janeiro 2023
Global

The growing complexity of the relationship between climate information and agricultural decision-making necessitates the development of relevant and timely climate services for farmers. These services can effectively support risk management strategies in agriculture by fostering a comprehensive understanding of the intricacies involved in farmer decision-making dynamics.

Janeiro 2023
França

Germplasm seed exchange from CGIAR genebanks and breeding is important to global
agricultural research and development programs. Seed as a pathway for pest spread is an
inherent risk for international seed exchanges. Phytosanitary controls have been established
in accordance with the International Plant Protection Convention (IPPC) to protect global

Janeiro 2023
Global

Women are less represented in agricultural research and development sector representing only 25% of agricultural scientists in Africa in the last decade, and a much lower proportion of decision makers on agriculture and climate change at institutional, national, and global levels.

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