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Scientist Daniel Debouck receives the hi...

Daniel Debouck, a researcher in CIAT’s Genetic Resources Program, received the Order of Leopold, the highest recognition that the Kingdom of Belgium bestows, for his 40 years of scientific work ...

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Newly released interactive infographics show how the so-called “globalized diet” has emerged. They unearth a number of surprises about the foods we eat across the world. Who’d have thought ...

Five surprising ways people’s diets have changed over the past 50 years

When many people hear the word cassava, they immediately think of a subsistence crop. Is this really the case? It depends on who you ask ...

Cassava: Subsistence Crop or Trendy Commodity?

In Honduras, members of the Asociación de Familias Agropecuarias Artesanales Intibucanas Lencas, ASOFAIL, strive to become the main characters in their own development. With the support of VECO MA ...

A commitment to inclusion in Honduras


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