The Government of Bangladesh has prioritised its coastal zone as most in need of development. Home to around 40 million people, about one-third of who
Oil palm is economically the most important crop in both Papua New Guinea (PNG) and the Solomon Islands (SI). In some places it is the only source of
Climate change has brought new challenges to reducing poverty in the Eastern Gangetic Plains (EGP) region of Bangladesh, India and Nepal, home to the
This project aimedÂ to modernise the Ethiopian sorghum breeding program at the Ethiopian Institute of Agricultural Research (EIAR).
This project aimedÂ to increase the yield and resilience of farmers' dry season sorghum crop.
In Bangladesh the rise in demand for maize - as human food and from the poultry and fish industries - has led to a trend away from traditional rice-ri
North-west Cambodia is home to nearly half a million farming families, with mostly small or medium-sized farms. Generally, one rice crop is grown per
This project aimedÂ to develop improved wheat varieties for India and Australia using molecular technologies.