Inland valleys are increasingly being considered as Africa’s future food baskets and unlocking their vast potential through ecological management could...

The multi-stakeholder innovation platform approach promotes rice agribusiness by emphasizing active interaction with small and medium enterprises involved...

Irrigated rice production in East Africa is projected to increase slightly due to CO2 fertilization and less cold stress opening new opportunities for...

Conservation agriculture has a vital role to play in sub-Saharan Africa’s food security for a population projected to rise to 2 billion by 2050. ...

Developing the hybrid rice technology capacity of national partners, farmers, nongovernment organizations, and the private sector is a major component...

Future rice production and food security across Africa are under pressure as a result of climate change-induced increases in heat, drought, salinity, and...

Seed growers turn Anambé into a valley of prosperity ...

A small dam in M’bé near Bouaké, Côte d’Ivoire represents the inspiring story of unsung heroes who helped more than 300 farming households survive...

A dynamic research leader, a well-respected rice agronomist, a mentor to young scientists, a widely published author, and a loving family man, Marco Wopereis...

Rice, cultivated in the flood plains along the Niger River and its tributaries in Nigeria’s northern states, is regularly inundated by floods. In 2015,...