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Preview: ICRISAT Breakthrough: World's First Pigeonpea Speed Breeding Protocol to Bolster Food Security in Drylands of Asia and Africa

ICRISAT Breakthrough: World's First Pigeonpea Speed Breeding Protocol to Bolster Food Security in Drylands of Asia and Africa

Media release

ICRISAT Hosts Technology Commercialization Training for African Nations with Support from the Government of India

ICRISAT Hosts Technology Commercialization Training for African Nations with Support from the Government of India

Media Release

Gender and Youth, Skills Transfer, Eastern and Southern Africa, West & Central Africa
Embracing Pulses for Food Security and a Sustainable Future

Embracing Pulses for Food Security and a Sustainable Future

Op-Ed by Director General of ICRISAT, Dr Jacqueline Hughes

ICRISAT Hosts Successful Scientists’ Field Day

ICRISAT Hosts Successful Scientists’ Field Day

Driving Innovation and Collaboration for Sustainable Agriculture

Skills Transfer, Genomics, Pre-breeding and Bioinformatics
Extending forecasts from days to over a month improves farmer resilience in West Africa

Extending forecasts from days to over a month improves farmer resilience in West Africa

Originally published by Jacob Ramthun, SERVIR Science Coordination Office

Digital Agriculture
CGIAR Executive Managing Director Commends ICRISAT's Work in Dryland Agriculture

CGIAR Executive Managing Director Commends ICRISAT's Work in Dryland Agriculture

Institutional News

Revolutionizing Agriculture Together: India-Africa Unite for Farm Mechanization in Ludhiana

Revolutionizing Agriculture Together: India-Africa Unite for Farm Mechanization in Ludhiana

Bringing Together Indian and African Experts, Researchers, Manufacturers, and Policymakers to Discuss Mechanization

Resilient Farm and Food Systems, Climate Adaptation and Mitigation, Landscapes, Soil Fertility and Water Management, India, 8 more…
Improved water management practices empower women in the drylands of India

Improved water management practices empower women in the drylands of India

Feature (originally published in Wikifarmer)

ICRISAT Welcomes Dr Stanford Blade as New Deputy Director General-Research

ICRISAT Welcomes Dr Stanford Blade as New Deputy Director General-Research

Press Release

Krushi Odisha 2024 Showcases Mettle of Women Farmers to Drive Investment

Krushi Odisha 2024 Showcases Mettle of Women Farmers to Drive Investment

Media Release

Nurturing Agricultural Resilience: Crop Modelling and Climate Strategies Unveiled at Senegal Workshop

Nurturing Agricultural Resilience: Crop Modelling and Climate Strategies Unveiled at Senegal Workshop

Empowering Sub-Saharan Africa's Agricultural Visionaries in the Face of Climate Change

West & Central Africa, Digital Agriculture, Mali
Promoting Sustainable and Resilient Crop-Livestock Systems in Niger 

Promoting Sustainable and Resilient Crop-Livestock Systems in Niger 

Can the promotion of forage legume crops significantly impact livestock productivity and contribute to establishing sustainable crop-livestock systems in agro-pastoral settings? 

Forgotten millet should solve India's rice problem, 'resistant to diverse climate'

Forgotten millet should solve India's rice problem, 'resistant to diverse climate'

Originally published in NOS News of the Dutch Broadcasting Foundation Nederlandse Omroep Stichting (NOS)

Food and Nutrition Security, Asia, Climate Action, International Year of Millets 2023, 1 more…
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About The International Crops Research Institute for the Semi-Arid Tropics

The International Crops Research Institute for the Semi-Arid Tropics (ICRISAT) is a pioneering International Organization committed to developing and improving dryland farming and agri-food systems to address the challenges of hunger, malnutrition, poverty, and environmental degradation affecting the 2.1 billion people residing in the drylands of Asia, Sub-Saharan Africa, and beyond.

ICRISAT was established under a Memorandum of Agreement between the Government of India and the CGIAR on the 28 March 1972. In accordance with the Headquarters Agreement, the Government of India has extended the status of a specified “International Organisation” to ICRISAT under section 3 of the United Nations (Privileges and Immunities) Act, 1947 of the Republic of India through Extraordinary Gazette Notification No. UI/222(66)/71, dated 28 October 1972, issued by the Ministry of External Affairs, Government of India.

Our offices:

Asia: India (Headquarters - Hyderabad)

East and Southern Africa:  Ethiopia, Kenya, Mozambique, Malawi, Zimbabwe

West and Central Africa: Mali, Niger, Nigeria

For all media inquiries, please email: [email protected]

The International Crops Research Institute for the Semi-Arid Tropics
Hyderabad, Telangana, India