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Nearly 340,000 farmers are demonstrating the business case for growing and processing more indigenous vegetables.
Tackling poverty and malnutrition starts with local crops, local processing, and local distribution.
“Green nanotech” offers a natural way to extend harvests and shelf life for soft fruits.
Commercial production to begin soon on game-changing vaccine for livestock lung disease.
Participatory research mitigates the risks and burdens that vulnerable groups face due to loss of land.
The most popular content on our website in 2018 showcased the many the ideas and innovators that are helping make a real difference in the lives of people across the developing world.
Pro-poor business model brings locally produced probiotic yogurt to 258,000 East Africans.
Countries have established ambitious roadmaps to align with the Paris Agreement, but the urgent need for financing limits their capacity to deliver.
IDRC’s November 2018 Annual Public Meeting highlighted achievements and explored the theme of artificial intelligence.
Financial access alone is unlikely to transform women’s lives and livelihoods.