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Found 208 articles associated to the institution International Development Research Centre (IDRC) .
 
Canada and the United Kingdom join forces to tackle climate change in Africa and Asia
7-March-2014

Nairobi, Kenya, March 7, 2014: Canada’s International Development Research Centre (IDRC) and the UK’s Department for International Development (DFID) have announced today the selection of four multi-partner research initiatives aimed at tackling the impacts of climate change in Africa and Asia.

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Governor General of Canada to visit the Canadian Small Millets project in India
25-February-2014

In South Asia, small millets have been neglected in agricultural research and policy despite their nutritional properties, high storability, and tolerance for adverse growing conditions. The project involves 10 partners across 8 agro-ecological sites in India, Nepal, and Sri Lanka.

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Supporting food security solutions
18-October-2013

As the world observed World Food Day on October 16, IDRC asked researchers: What can be done to help small-scale farmers become more productive, resilient, and profitable?

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How do we reduce and prevent such extreme damage in vulnerable parts of the world like those of Southeast Asia?
22-August-2013

Can lessons gleaned by ISET from the aftermath of the 2010 Pakistan floods help India, the Philippines, Nigeria, and Cameroon, and elsewhere in the world, recover more quickly from natural disasters?

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Cooking with traditional crops improves nutrition and boosts women’s incomes
8-May-2013

It’s no secret that traditional crops such as millets and pulses are highly nutritious. Now researchers, working with women in Ethiopia and India are making it easier for them to use these local crops when cooking healthy meals at home and creating new business ventures.

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