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Brochures

These brochures include brief descriptions and information about IRRI and its projects and technologies. The research program is responsible for finding funds for printing and distribution.

Golden Rice and vitamin A deficiency

Golden Rice and vitamin A deficiency

Golden Rice is a new type of rice that contains beta carotene, a source of vitamin A.

Green Super Rice (GSR) Project

Green Super Rice (GSR) Project

Rice cultivars that can produce high and stable yields with less inputs (water, fertilizers, pesticides). Thus, GSR varieties are climate-smart and can help farmers protect the environment—and themselves.

GRiSP (English)

GRiSP (English)

The Global Rice Science Partnership (GRiSP) provides a single strategic plan and unique new partnership platform for impact-oriented rice research for development. It is designed to more effectively solve development challenges.

GRiSP (French)

GRiSP (French)

Le Partenariat mondial de la science rizicole ( GRiSP ) sert d'un plan stratégique et d'une nouvelle plateforme unique pour la recherche rizicole pour le pour le développement axé sur l'impact. Il est conçu pour prendre à bras le corps de façon plus effective les défis du développement .

GRiSP (Spanish)

GRiSP (Spanish)

El Programa Global de Investigación en Arroz (FRiSP, por sus siglas en inglés) ofrece un plan estratégico y una nueva plataforma de alianza únicos para la investigación en arroz enfocada en el impacto para lograr desarrollo.

Growing rice, cultivating partnerships: 40 years of Indonesia-IRRI collaboration

Growing rice, cultivating partnerships: 40 years of Indonesia-IRRI collaboration

In the past 40 years, Indonesia’s efforts to produce enough rice for its people have been inextricably interwoven with its partnership with the International Rice Research Institute (IRRI).

Healthier Rice

Healthier Rice

The International Rice Research Institute (IRRI) is developing healthier rice with more nutrients as a potential way to help address micronutrient deficiencies and improve the nutrition of rice consumers.

Healthier Rice Varieties: High-Iron and High-Zinc Rice

Healthier Rice Varieties: High-Iron and High-Zinc Rice

The International Rice Research Institute (IRRI) is developing high-iron rice as a novel, food-based approach to complement current interventions that aim to alleviate iron deficiencies.

Heirloom rice

Heirloom rice

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).

In search of the perfect grain

In search of the perfect grain

Bridging grain quality with sensory attributes

India and IRRI

India and IRRI

Current research and development activities with India

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.

IPaD

IPaD

Food Staples Sufficiency Program

Rice research and development

IRRI and the Philippines

IRRI and the Philippines

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

IRRI brochure

IRRI brochure

Rice Science for a Better World

IRRI brochure (Chinese version)

IRRI brochure (Chinese version)

Rice Science for a Better World

IRRI Fund Hongkong flyer

IRRI Fund Hongkong flyer

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

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.

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