Welcome to the seventh edition of our AIRCA Newsletter. Find out what has happened since our last edition in December 2017.
Just four crops - wheat, maize, rice and soybean - provide two-thirds of the world’s food supply.
CABI and the International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI) have landed a prestigious $250,000 Inspire 2018 Scale Up award for their ground-breaking 'Seeing is Believing' project which helps optimise f
How Can Bamboo And Rattan Contribute To South-South Coorperation And The sustainable Development Goals?
Our world today faces a set of fundamental challenges.
Crops For the Future (CFF) is leading the Forgotten Foods Network - a global initiative to collect and share information on foods, recipes and traditions that are part of our common heritage.
This site provides a searchable database of abstracts of the key publications by AIRCA Member organizations and has been set up to make the AIRCA publication abstracts freely available, including, wherev
CABI recently launched a fantastic new Horticulture Compendium which provides authoritative datasheets on temperate, tropical and subtropical horticultural food crops.
Last Friday, our AIRCA Ambassador Dr.
Crops for the future (CFF) has identified the need for a Global Action Plan for Agricultural Diversification (GAPAD) to meet the needs of a hotter world.
The annual meeting of the Director Generals (DG) of AIRCA (Association of International Research and Development Centers for Agriculture) was held on 10 February, 2017 at the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) headquarters in Rome, Italy.
The Association of International Research and Development Centers for Agriculture (AIRCA) announces that Professor Sayed Azam-Ali has been elected as its new Chair for the 2017 - 2018 term.