ICARDA introduces community-based rehabilitation of degraded agro-pastoral watersheds through mechanized micro-water harvesting and flood-irrigation agriculture.
ICARDA innovations help countries and communities strengthen their adaptation to climate change and transition towards food and nutritional security. Our technologies and innovations promote the sustainable use of natural resources and biodiversity, creating greater resilience to climate change
ICARDA scientists promote the reseeding of indigenous forage legume species for agrosilvopastoral restoration and enhanced land and livestock productivity in Tunisia.
ICARDA’s Seeds for Needs initiative in Ethiopia helps family farmers address the impact of climate change by introducing better wheat varieties and management trainings.
ICARDA scientists and partners INRAT help Tunisian family farmers increase prolificacy rates of fat-tailed ewes for better incomes.
ICARDA scientists along with CGIAR LIVESTOCK developed a cloud-based genetic database platform to boost breed improvement programs in community-based livestock breeding programs in Ethiopia.
ICARDA scientists developed packages of improved winter-sown chickpea varieties and better production practices for improved farmer incomes.
ICARDA uses the first economically self-sustaining and climate-smart approach to protect pollinators and raise farmers' incomes: Farming with Alternative Pollinators (FAP).
In South Asia, ICARDA scientists introduced early-maturing legume varieties that grow within short rice fallow seasons, combating regional nutritional deficiencies and increasing farmers’ incomes.