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CIMMYT Annual Report 1998-1999: Science to sustain people and the environment
The message of this year's annual report is a simple one, but it bears repeating: at CIMMYT we conduct essential science to meet people's essential needs for food, for income, and for a healthy environment. We and our ...
CIMMYT Annual Report 1997-1998: change for the better
As stated in last year’s Annual Report, we are in a process of transformation at CIMMYT in order to reposition the Center to meet the changing needs of our many partners and the new global challenges which together we must ...
CIMMYT 1991 Annual report: Improving the productivity of maize and wheat in developing countries -- An assessment of impact
CIMMYT's efforts to help the poor in developing countries have combined extraordinarily well with those of national programs. Together we continue to improve the lives of literally hundreds of millions of poor people. In ...
CIMMYT Annual Report 1996-1997: Widening the circle of partnerships
We will continue to invest the time and energy needed to increase the visibility of agriculture (and its research) on the political landscape, as well as to assure the continued viability of CIMMYT's own research program, ...
CIMMYT Annual Report 1995-1996: The next 30 years
In this Report, readers will find considerable evidence of change in CIMMYT, beyond that reflected in the bricks and mortar of our new Genetic Resources Center. For example, we highlight several initiatives involving our ...
CIMMYT Annual Report 1994: Modern maize and wheat varieties - Vital to sustainable agriculture and food security
In recent annual reports, we have focused on the major problems impeding global development (poverty, environmental degratation, rapid population growth), how they interrelate and reinforce one another, and the role of ...
CIMMYT in 1993: Helping the poor through innovative agricultural research
We begin our report with examples of innovative efforts to build better plants - new maize and wheat varieties with improved yield potential, greater efficiency in the use of scarce agricultural resources, and stronger ...