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CIMMYT Informe anual 2003-2004: Agregar valor al desarrollo
Esta publicación muestra cómo CIMMYT y sus colaboradores aplican ciencia de calidad en 2003-04 para agregar valor a los cultivos y sistemas de cultivo, las redes de innovación y formación, y los bienes públicos mundiales, ...
Quantifying the impact of weather extremes on global food security: A spatial bio-economic approach
This study uses a spatial bio-economic modelling framework to estimate the impact of the 2012 weather extreme in the USA on food security in the developing world. The study also quantifies the potential effects of a similar ...
Newsletter / Bulletin
CIMMYT at 50: Keeping our commitments
The International Maize and Wheat Improvement Center (CIMMYT) came about at a time of both trouble and triumph for developing country agriculture. In the early 1960s, stagnating food production, made worse by bad weather, ...
Harnessing the power of partnerships and innovation: CIMMYT Annual Report 2018
In response to shifting priorities of funding partners in 2018, the Center has pursued stability, organizational unity, efficiency, and strong science to make maize and wheat cropping systems more productive and durable. ...
Seeds of change: CIMMYT Annual Report 2019
In 2019, CIMMYT marked the end of a decade of achievements and the beginning of a decade of opportunities to improve peoples’ livelihoods. Groundbreaking crop research and partnerships offer opportunities for innovations ...
Should energy be a product of 21st century agriculture in developing countries?
Recent policies fostering use of alternative, renewable energy sources in the industrialized world confront developing countries with diverse opportunities and challenges: how to integrate with potential biofuel markets, ...
What the world eats: Wheat
Cereal crops: food and nutritional security for changing world
Seventy percent of the world's poorest people live in rural areas. Many depend on rice-, maize- and wheatbased farming systems for food and income. According to the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) of the United ...
Global research: final report research on tropical wheat improvement (GLO / 82 / 007)
(UNDP; CIMMYT, 1988)
In recent years, wheat consumption in developing countries has been on the rise. Population growth, urbanization, rising incomes, bread subsidies, and food aid have contributed to escalating demand. During the 1970s, ...