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As an international science-based development and information organization, owned by 48 member countries, CABI is uniquely placed to respond to national development agendas and demands. Find out more about our membership >>
CABI is a truly global organisation, with over 360 staff that operate from bases in nine countries and carry out projects in 88 countries.
Find out more about how we work globally >>
The latest report on our projects to control invasive weeds near rivers (as part of the EU's Water Framework Directive) is published!
For the first time ever, distribution maps, diagnostic support and treatment advice for thousands of the world’s most damaging pests and diseases of plants and crops are being made available free of charge on the new Plantwise website, www.plantwise.org
Find out more about Plantwise >>
Smallholder farmers in the South Pacific islands are getting help to manage cocoa diseases and pests, and thus to increase cocoa yield and quality, thanks to a project run by CABI in partnership with the Secretariat of the Pacific Community and Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organization.
Find out more about improving cocoa production in the South Pacific >>
The next stage of the controlled country-wide release of the psyllid Aphalara itadori, part of the scientific research project looking at biological control of the damaging invasive weed Japanese knotweed Fallopia japonica, has been completed.
Find out more about testing the biocontrol of Japanese knotweed >>
Africa Soil Health Consortium is a new transformative project contributing towards radical change in the understanding and use of Integrated Soil Fertility Management techniques in Sub-Saharan Africa, enabling smallholder farmers to improve their crop yields.
Find out more about the ASHC project >>
Or visit the African Soil Health Consortium website>>