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CGIAR Science Week

CGIAR is convening the world’s leading scientists and thinkers at the intersection of agriculture and climate for its inaugural Science Week.
Dialogue on advancing youth engagement in Zimbabwean agripreneurship

Dialogue on Advancing Youth Engagement in Zimbabwean Agripreneurship

The two-day dialogue will discuss youth engagement in agripreneurship and explore solutions to empower women and marginalized youth.
Participants at an AICCRA multi-stakeholder dialogue held in Zambia in June, 2022. Ernest Mundia/AICCRA

Engaging youth in agripreneurship calls for a shift in the “dirty”...

An IWMI and IFPRI-led workshop discussed the multiple challenges to growing young people's interest in agriculture as a source of livelihood in Malawi.
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IWMI and CGIAR’s NEXUS Gains Initiative to build sustainable strategy to...

IWMI and IFPRI, through the CGIAR's NEXUS Gains Initiative, are undertaking a comprehensive strategy to address low water productivity in Pakistan.
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IWMI, IFPRI to transform Indus Basin for Sustainable Development Goals

IWMI and IFPRI have joined forces to transform food, land, and water systems in the Indus Basin, aiming to enhance water productivity and advance SDGs.
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IWMI part of global, five-year program to build sustainable food systems

IWMI will implement the Innovation Lab for Irrigation & Mechanization Systems, funded by USAID and led by University of Nebraska.
CGIAR researchers discuss the challenges of decolonizing research.

Decolonizing agricultural science: Are we ready to embrace change?

Decolonizing science is increasingly discussed within the CGIAR community. Recently, a panel of researchers explored whether we are prepared for this transformation and ready to embrace the change.

International workshop on Water, Energy, Food and Ecosystem Nexus for Indus...

IWMI Pakistan and Khwaja Fareed University of Engineering and Information Technology (KFUEIT), RYK join hands to organize an international workshop on Water, Energy, Food and Ecosystem (WEFE) Nexus for Indus Basin
Rice farming in Pakistan. Photo: Faseeh Shams / IWMI

Data, funds and dialogue key to water, energy, and food security...

A holistic approach and reliable database on water resources and their use across Pakistan is the key to achieving food, water, and energy security in the fifth most climate-vulnerable country in the world.

Innovations and smart water technologies key to food systems transformation in...

Creating the food systems that people want & need across Central Asia will depend in part on how water is managed under climate uncertainty.