An ICARDA-led, GCC-funded date palm research and development project introduces Omani farmers to the liquid pollination technique of date palm trees for more efficient and profitable production.
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 introduced early-maturing legume varieties that grow within short rice fallow seasons in South Asia, combating regional nutritional deficiencies and increasing farmers’ incomes.
ICARDA’s genebank system works alongside global networks to collect, conserve, and develop vital genetic resources to protect agrobiodiversity in dry regions.
ICARDA scientists developed improved Jameed processing methods for use in small-scale dairies, to reduce cost, time, and resource use for increased incomes for rural women.
Using indigenous knowledge and modern land management techniques, ICARDA scientists rejuvenated a vast stretch of degraded land in t the Badia region in Jordan.
ICARDA’s package of sustainable land management practices increases farmers' yields and income and improves soil health while protecting dryland ecosystem crops in the face of climate change.
ICARDA equips unemployed Ethiopian youth with an innovative package of sheep-fattening practices and technologies to improve their income and access to market enterprise.
ICARDA’s community-based breeding program focuses on indigenous breeds and is suited to smallholder conditions, making it a sustainable alternative to conventional methods.