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  1. By recycling seeds that would have otherwise been thrown out or composted, we are implementing a self-sufficient seed bank & tree nursery that provides relevant training for year round agriculture; improves the genetic diversity of local gardens, farms and kitchens and builds resilient...
  2. 20-01-2010 Seeds are critical for addressing the dual challenges of food insecurity and climate change. Farmers depend on quality seed of appropriate varieties to attain food security. However, in recent times, natural disasters, such as droughts, floods and hurricanes, and human-caused disasters, such as...
  3. The AVRDC Vegetable Genetic Resources Information System (AVGRIS) is an information system that manages the data of all vegetable germplasm conserved in the AVRDC genebank. The Genetic Resources and Seed Unit uses this system to efficiently manage genebank operations. AVGRIS links all germplasm...
  4. Emergency seed interventions may already be planned or ongoing in many areas (e.g. to respond to drought, pest infestation, displacement, or other stresses). COVID-19 and its associated restrictions on travel, trade and markets may also constrain farmers’ seed security, as well as the ways in...
  5. Hope Seeds is a Christian ministry which provides quality garden seeds to a hungry world through missionaries and mission teams to help feed the whole person – body, mind, and soul. The world is full of hungry people! Hope Seeds is making plans to help as many as possible grow food for themselves...
  6. ECHO Partner In the early 1980’s, a vision was born to establish a practical training center for Christian workers going to serve in developing regions of the world. TwoWarner University(then Warner Southern College) faculty members, Dr. Bob Clark and Charlie Smith, promoted the idea of...
  7. Producing and Marketing Quality & Superior Seed Varieties to Somali Farmers Our vision is to lead the Somali agricultural sector in providing appropriate and affordable seed alongside complementary technologies in support of farming as a business.
  8. Conventional plant breeding and modern technology can increase the density of micronutrients in staple crops grown and consumed by smallholder farmers around the world. This means that tens of millions of people today, many having suffered from the effects of "hidden hunger," are eating more...
  9. CIMMYT scientists develop improved maize and wheat lines, with resistance to globally important biotic and abiotic stresses, and with improved nutritional and processing quality. Our germplasm banks contain the largest and most diverse collections of maize and wheat in the world. Improved and...

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