CGIAR has released its 2014 Annual Report.
This year’s report places particular emphasis on how “innovations and interventions along the entire agri-food value chain contribute to better nutrition and health, particularly by improving access to more affordable, nutritious and diverse diets for those most in need.”
The Center for International Forestry Research (CIFOR) is one of 15 research centers that make up the Consortium – collectively improving the lives of 35 million farmers in 2014.
Other highlights include CIFOR’s involvement in the diversification of African diets, governance reform in Peru, and the inaugural CGIAR Development Dialogues in New York.
You can read the full report here.