1. Our mission is to reduce hunger and poverty, and improve human nutrition in the tropics through research aimed at increasing the eco-efficiency of agriculture.
  2. Plants For A Future(PFAF) is an online free-to-use information database and associated website for those interested in edible and useful plants. Originally focused on plants suitable fortemperate regions, it has now been extended to include many of the more important tropical and sub-tropical...
  3. KIT

    KITaims to improve health and ensure equitable social-economic development and promote intercultural cooperation with our partners worldwide. As we focus on results and empowering people our research, advice, training and education are creative, context specific and evidence-based. We are an...
  4. The International Institute of Tropical Agriculture (IITA) is one of the world's leading research partners in finding solutions for hunger, malnutrition, and poverty. Our award-winning research for development (R4D) addresses the development needs of tropical countries. We work with partners to...
  5. 28 តុលា 2014
  6. The way we currently produce our food is damaging both to ourselves and our planet. There is therefore a need to create gardens, woodlands and farms which are in harmony with nature. Natural ecosystems are good models, but many of the plants they contain are not necessarily edible. What we need...
  7. 19 មករា 1972 A technology paper on the subject of primary importance to the developing countries dealing with the emphasis on High Protein crops. Providing additional food and more nutritious trypes to support man's survival and advancement continues to be one of the most important and overriding concerns of...
  8. In the present global climate of food shortages and price increases in food and fuel, it is more important than ever that communities improve local, sustainable food production. This handbook is a preliminary resource to introduce to you methods and concepts in tropical agriculture, and to assist...
  9. The book deals with all the main food crops grown in the tropics, the information given being concise and easy to assimilate. For each crop the following aspects are considered: origin and distribution; variesties; environmental requirements; land preparation; planting operations; post-plannting...
  10. 01 មករា 1989 Information provided in this series covers selected foods from Africa, India, Latin America and Southeast Asia. Topics are organized on a commodity basis within the major food groups, including cereals and other startch sources, legumes and oil-seeds, fruits and vegetables.