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William D Dar
Grounding in the reality of groundnut research in Africa, and why blood is thicker than water   ICRISAT adopts gender transformative approach in agricultural research
GCP Blog

Groundnuts (Arachis hypogaea L), also called peanuts, are a significant subsistence and food crop in sub-Saharan Africa. There, groundnuts are grown in practically every country, with the continent accounting for roughly a quarter of the world’s production. More ...  
Press Release

Empowering women smallholder farmers to overcome the unique hurdles they face in the semi-arid tropics, and thus securing the future of food production and the economic growth in Asia and sub-Saharan Africa, was among the key messages at the Asia Regional Planning Meeting of the ICRISAT. More ...  
Does climate information matter? An innovative tool to measure the value of climate services for farmers   Establishing the Minimum Nutrition Dataset for Agriculture

Climate information can be a powerful tool in helping rural communities adapt to climate risk. But not all information is created equal, nor is access to information equal. More ...  
TCi works to fill the agriculture-nutrition data void

Understanding the many links between agriculture and nutrition will require new thinking around how agriculture and nutrition surveys
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Happenings   Impacts   Partnerships
Why the Drylands?   Why dryland cereals?   Why grain legumes?
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