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IRRI in East and Southern Africa

IRRI in East and Southern Africa

Rice is a staple food in many African countries and there have been consistent increases in demand for rice in the continent. However, the majority of rice-producing countries in Africa import between 50% and 99% of their rice requirements.1 IRRI has responded to the challenge of helping the continent reach rice self-sufficiency by providing countries in East and Southern Africa (ESA) with improved varieties and technologies, expertise, and training.

IPaD

IPaD

Food Staples Sufficiency Program

Rice research and development

IFAD and IRRI

IFAD and IRRI

For more than three decades, the International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD) has supported IRRI’s research—most notably the Institute’s work on unfavorable rice environments—through its contributions to the CGIAR Consortium (formerly the Consultative Group on International Agricultural Research).

Indonesia and IRRI

Indonesia and IRRI

For more than 40 years, Indonesia and IRRI have nurtured a partnership that is mutually beneficial and continually evolving, resulting in increased rice productivity and improved livelihoods for Indonesian rice farmers.

Inger@40

Inger@40

The International Network for Genetic Evaluation of Rice (www.inger.irri.org), formerly known as the International Rice Testing Program (IRTP), is a 40-year old partnership of national agricultural research and extension systems (NARES) and international agricultural research centers (IARCs) to facilitate multilateral germplasm exchange and promote global evaluation and use of elite breeding lines.

In search of the perfect grain

In search of the perfect grain

Bridging grain quality with sensory attributes

IRRI and India infographic

IRRI and India infographic

All about IRRI-India partnership

IRRI publication catalogue 2014

IRRI publication catalogue 2014

Compiled by L.B. Columbres

IRRI publication catalogue provides list of 2000 to 2014 IRRI scientific publications.

IRRI and the Philippines

IRRI and the Philippines

The Philippine government was supportive of research, education, and extension programs to improve farm management.

IRRI's mission and goals

IRRI's mission and goals

IRRI's mission to reduce poverty and hunger, improve the health of rice farmers and consumers, and ensure environmental sustainability.

IRRI Fund Hongkong flyer

IRRI Fund Hongkong flyer

IRRI is a non-profit independent research and training organization.

IRRI Rice Varieties (Tagalog version)

IRRI Rice Varieties (Tagalog version)

Mga Piling Binhi ng Palay mula sa IRRI

IRRI brochure

IRRI brochure

Rice Science for a Better World

IRRI brochure (Chinese version)

IRRI brochure (Chinese version)

Rice Science for a Better World

India and IRRI

India and IRRI

Current research and development activities with India

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