Research Partner: International Crops Research Institute for the Semi-Arid Tropics (ICRISAT) (17 projects)

Harnessing water-use efficient bio-energy crops for enhancing livelihood opportunities of smallholder farmers

Principal Investigator: Hernan Ceballos
| Published on 20 May 2011

Design and validation of a crop registry model for priority collections and collections in common under the project -Collective Action for the Rehabilitation of Global Public Goods in the CGIAR Genetic Resources System: Phase 2

Principal Investigator: Jan Konopka
| Published on 29 November 2010

Increasing Benefits to Smallholder Farmers From Improved Soil Fertility through Integration of Pigeon Peas, Groundnuts and Conservation Agriculture in Maize Production Systems of Malawi

Principal Investigator: Festus Akinnifesi
| Published on 10 November 2010

Improving postrainy sorghum varieties to meet the growing grain and fodder demand in India

Principal Investigator: Vincent Vadez
| Published on 10 November 2010

Enhancing livelihoods of livestock-dependent poor people through increasing use of fodder: India and Nigeria (Fodder Innovation Project)

Principal Investigator: Ranjitha Puskur
| Published on 8 November 2010

Optimizing livelihood and environmental benefits from crop residues in smallholder crop-livestock systems in sub-Saharan Africa and South Asia: regional case studies

Principal Investigator: Alan Duncan
| Published on 8 November 2010

Optimizing livelihood and environmental benefits from crop residues in smallholder crop-livestock system in West Africa regional case study

Principal Investigator: Tahirou Abdoulaye
| Published on 29 June 2010

Supporting Strategic Investment Choices in Agricultural Technology Development and Adoption (HarvestChoice)

Principal Investigator: Stanley Wood
| Published on 20 May 2010

Exploring the Scope of Cost-Effective Aflatoxin Risk Reduction Strategies in Maize and Groundnut Value Chains so as to Improve Market Access of the Poor in Africa

Principal Investigator: Clare Narrod
| Published on 20 May 2010

Sustainable intensification of maize-legume cropping systems for food security in eastern and southern Africa (SIMLESA)

Principal Investigator: Mulugetta Mekuria
| Published on 14 May 2010