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January 2023
Global

To ensure an equitable digital transformation, deliberate efforts are needed to promote the inclusivity of emerging digital innovations. This short communication outlines challenges and opportunities for considering inclusivity in the design and deployment of digital food system innovations.

January 2023
Global

Cocoa is an important commodity crop and source of income for millions of small-holder farmers. Nonetheless, questions on cocoa tree functioning, best management practices and climate change responses remain. Modelling is a powerful tool to address these questions, complementing experimental work that is expensive and time consuming due to the long productive cycle of the cocoa system.

January 2023
Global

The Central Highlands of Vietnam is an important Robusta coffee growing region. However, the region is facing climate change impacts from rising temperatures and irregular rainfall, while Vietnamese coffee farmers predominantly rely on irrigation from heavily depleted aquifers.

January 2023
Ghana

Building on the successes from previous projects such as CCAFS and addressing emerging issues, the World Bank supports the CGIAR to accelerate climate research in Africa. As a mode of implementation, AICCRA deployed several CIS-CSA technologies from an initial 22 prioritized to 5 for each of the 6 value chains in Ghana.

January 2023
India

Across South Asia, millions of small-scale farmers are confronted with a range of urgent challenges. These include poverty, malnutrition, environmental deterioration, and the growing impacts of climate change and unpredictability (Ericksen et al., 2011).

January 2023
Colombia

The acceleration of deforestation is one of the unexpected consequences of the signing of the Peace Agreement between the Colombian government and the FARC-EP guerrilla in 2016.

January 2023
Global

The objective of this report is to highlight the capacity-building activities conducted by the Community Market for Conservation (COMACO) through the Chitetezo Cooperative Federation (CCF) in collaboration with the International Crops Research Institute for the Semi-Arid Tropics (ICRISAT).

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