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DAPA-Linking Farmers to Market’s article wins an award from Banco de la República

CIAT’s Linking Farmers to Market’s (LFM) article, written by Rafael Isidro Parra-Peña (LFM-CIAT),  Mark Lundy (LFM-CIAT) and Barry Reilly (U. of Susse Read more...

Kick-starting food resilience in the Philippines

Treading carefully through a brown field in the mid-day heat, a smallholder farmer in the Philippines points to a recent batch of cassava. Although th Read more...

Forest and conflicts in Colombia: Exploitation of natural resources or gunpoint conservation?

According to FAO around 129 millions of hectares of forests, accounting for an area about the size of South Africa, have been lost to deforestation wo Read more...

LFM-DAPA present at the Agri-PPP Expert meeting at FAO in Rome

Last week CIAT’s Linking Farmers to Markets team participated in the FAO expert meeting for Public-Private Partnerships (PPP) for Agribusiness Develop Read more...

Soil stewardship to climate proof Ghana’s cocoa sector

Mainstreaming climate smart practices in cocoa in Ghana is the declared objective of our work. The differentiated nature of the risks from climate cha Read more...

Introductory Training session to the LINK methodology in Vietnam

On 17 and 18 of September, an introductory training session to the LINK methodology was held at the Agricultural Genetic Institute (AGI) in Hanoi, Vie Read more...

From the roots to the leaves: Gender Integration for Forest, Trees and Agroforestry (FTA)

Coffee with Tatiana Gumucio: as part of the Gender Integration team for FTA, and leading this team for CIAT. Read more...

Cocoa production in Ghana needs to confront heat and drought

How can we go beyond raising awareness of the negative implications of climate change for tropical cash crops and guide policies for adaptation? The p Read more...

Ghana workshop on climate smart cocoa a success

Climate change in cocoa in Ghana is a serious issue for all value chain actors. This was highlighted by the wide interest and support at the kick-off Read more...

Building climate resilient cocoa value chains in Ghana

One of the challenges facing Climate Smart Agriculture (CSA) is scale. There are many pilots of CSA practices that are effective locally but lack mech Read more...

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