agricultural innovation

AGRICULTURAL INNOVATION

Blog
Technology and data on farming conditions can help reduce exposure to risk. Fourth blog in the series in connection with the UN Climate Change Conference (COP25).
News
“Capacity development strategies through an agricultural innovation system lens” was the focus of a recent collaboration among partners in several Feed the Future Innovation Labs and CGIAR centers.
Publications
The new study provides the first evidence of a direct association between Bt gene expression in cotton and health benefits for farmers.
Webinar
While agricultural insurance has been around for a long time, its adoption by smallholders around the world has been limited. High costs, asymmetric information, moral hazard, lack of trust are among the reasons. Join our webinar on September 19 to learn about two innovative approaches to agricultural insurance that aim to overcome these challenges.
Blog
In order to better understand how CGIAR research can further contribute to the development, implementation, and evaluation of agricultural insurance programs, IFPRI in partnership with the CGIAR research programs on Policies, Institutions and Markets (PIM) and Climate Change, Agriculture, and Food Security (CCAFS), as well as the Cereal Systems Initiative for South Asia (CSISA) organized a regional dialogue in Dhaka, Bangladesh on December 17.
Blog
This webinar on October 25 will explore novel approaches to strengthening seed systems and markets, including policies related to varietal release procedures, quality assurance, access to early generation seed, input subsidy programs, among several others. It will draw on examples from a range of crops cultivated in countries as diverse as Bangladesh, Ethiopia, Ghana, Kenya, India, Nepal, Pakistan, and Zambia.
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A workshop titled "Innovative methods for measuring adoption of agricultural technologies: Establishing proof of concept and thinking about scaling up"
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A workshop on "Innovative methods for measuring adoption of agricultural technologies: Establishing proof of concept and thinking about scaling up"
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A guide for agricultural policy and research Women are farmers and agricultural laborers in every part of the world. They