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A platter of food prepared by Indian farmer Nutan Devi shows a range of nutritious food her family now eats. She can afford this now because, through SDIP, they have adopted conservation agriculture based sustainable intensification practices which have increased their crop yields and profits from farming.

A multi-country program that supported the development of more sustainable food systems across South Asia has concluded.

 Women show the vegetables they harvest from their community garden in Paraiso village in Koronadal City in the Southern Philippine Province of South Cotabato, Mindanao

Australia and the Philippines have been working together for nearly a decade to develop and implement a new approach to agricultural extension.

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ACIAR currently works in 36 countries in 4 regions
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ACIAR publications tell the stories of people benefiting from our work and document the new knowledge and technology developed by our research.

In this edition of Partners, as part of our focus on the United Nations Food Systems Summit, we explore ideas behind food systems transformation.


The ACIAR Corporate Plan 2021–22 outlines how we will deliver on our 6 objectives, as set out in the ACIAR 10-Year Strategy 2018–2027