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Training at CIMMYT
Training is a major CIMMYT activity. Through the years, training activities have evolved as an essential component in the development of improved agricultural technologies. The principal objective of CIMMYT's various ...
CIMMYT Wheat training
This training program outline is intended as a general guide for employers, potential sponsors and trainees. General training goals are outlined first, fol lowed by a brief discussion of the program objectives for: ( 1) ...
Visitors' guide to CIMMYT
Japan's investment in CIMMYT: results in 2000
(ODA; CIMMYT, 2000)
The Government of Japan and CIMMYT recognize the urgency of devising better strategies for food, income, and environmental security in the developing world. Japan supports four CIMMYT research projects directed at reversing ...
Training at CIMMYT
The International Maize and Wheat Improvement Center (CIMMYT) is a non-profit agricultural research and training institution. Since its inauguration in 1966, CIMMYT's primary purpose has been to strengthen and support the ...
Veery "S": Bread wheats for many environments
This publication focuses on the development of the cross Veery. After eight years of international testing in hundreds of environmentally diverse locations it has been shown that the Veery lines have moved high-yielding ...
Show how your research helps both women and men - and get funding for your project!
CIMMYT’s work focuses on reducing poverty and hunger by sustainably increasing the productivity of maize- and wheat-based farming systems. Of the poor who depend on maize and wheat for their livelihoods and food security, ...
Innovation for food and nutritional security
A sampling of CIMMYT impacts, 1999: new global and regional studies
CIMMYT and its partners engage in one of the world’s most ambitious humanitarian endeavors: together, we form a global wheat and maize improvement system that seeks to better the lives of millions of poor farmers and ...
What is CIMMYT
CIMMYT is a private, autonomous, nonprofit, scientific and educational institution chartered under Mexican law to engage in the improvement of maize and wheat production, everywhere in the world, with emphasis on developing ...