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The important question : Ana Laura Ayala - AMEXCID
Ana Laura Ayala, Deputy Director on technical Cooperation for Africa and Middle East explains the importance of this bilateral cooperation between Mexico and Kenya.
Powering smallholder agriculture in Eastern and Southern Africa
This digital story depicts the way in which 2-wheel tractors can offer a solution for the decrease in farm power in Eastern and Southern Africa. Commissioned and published by: The African Conservation Tillage Network (ACT) ...
The importante question series : Peter Mwangi Njunga - UMA
Representative of the United Millers Association, Mr. Mwangi Njunga explains the benefits from the PPP that have impacted the Kenyan market.
Maize for life
CIMMYT, in collaboration with partners, is working to improve the livelihoods of the rural poor who depend on maize. In Nepal, the Hill Research Program lets farmers select traits they need to give them true food security. ...
Wheat is one of the most important grains in the world and the second most relied upon in the developing world. This video explores the history of wheat and the many farmers who depend on wheat for their livelihoods.
Better grain storage, better futures for all
In Africa, farmers lose between 20-30 percent of their maize harvest to insect infestation, rodent attack and decay due to poor postharvest handling. The Effective Grain Storage Project by CIMMYT and the Swiss Agency for ...
CIMMYT-Kenya annual report
Up-scaling and out-scaling conservation agriculture technologies: The case of a local innovation platform in eastern Kenya
An innovation platform (IP) is a forum for diagnosing problems of common interest, exploring opportunities and solutions. Such a platform comprises a multi-sectoral and/or a multi-institutional partners. The initiative ...
Wheat farmers' seed management and varietal adoption in Kenya
(CIMMYT; Egerton University; KARI, 2002)
Wheat is the second most important crop in Kenya after maize and is becoming an important source of food both for humans and livestock. Despite increasing wheat production, only 50% of domestic consumption requirements are ...