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Mexico: a guide for the newcomer to CIMMYT
CIMMYT in Mexico: the cradle of global agricultural innovation
Mexico has been CIMMYT's host country and partner sice the organization's founding in 1966, and has contributed substantively to CIMMYT work with farmers, other partners and donors across the developing world. Through ...
Borlaugh Institute for South Asia: CIMMYT is uniquely positioned to tackle the challenges in India
Over the next decades, food security and economic development in South Asia and India will be increasingly and most drastically affected by the negative impacts of climate change, rapidly fal ling ground water tables lack ...
How does CIMMYT's improved maize get to the farmer?
Maize - Global alliance for improving food security and the livelihoods of the resource-poor in the developing world: executive summary
(CIMMYT; IITA, [2017?])
Recurrent food price crises-combined with the global financial meltdown, volatile energy prices, natural resource depletion, and climate change-threaten the livelihoods of millions of poor people. Together with rice and ...
Bangladesh Met. Department joins climate services partnership
With approval from the Office of the Prime Minister, the Bangladesh Metereological Department (BMD) formally joined the Climate Services for Resilient Development (CSRD) partnership in South Asia in September of 2017.
Borlaug Institute for South Asia
(CIMMYT; BISA, [2017?])
Climate change, ever-increasing population, persistent poverty, chronic malnutrition and decliningannual crop yield gains are retarding human development across South Asia. Despite notable progress over the past several ...
Invest in CIMMYT-invest in the future
Our work demands creative scientific insight into an uncertain future. We know that the research we conduct today, if conducted with foresight and a concern for equility, will improve economic and environmentalconditions ...