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Uganda High Commissioner to Kenya and CABI delegation discuss enhanced collaboration and partnership

Strengthening food security post COVID-19 pandemic and locust attack

Thirty-seven percent of Pakistan’s population is already vulnerable to food insecurity. This figure will soon exacerbate given the effect of recent external challenges including the rapid spread of Covid-19 and its subsequent Government restrictions, and Pakistan’s largest locust infestation in 25 years devasting large areas of agricultural land, including cotton, wheat, maize, and other crops. Adding to this turmoil is recent extreme weather events which have demonstrated that Pakistan’s food security and agriculture are critically exposed to the adverse impacts of climate change. In this project, CABI will support the Ministry of National Food Security and Research (MNFSR) and four provincial agriculture departments in adopting technologies and advanced practices to manage these impacts, disseminating technologies and practices to stakeholders and recommending measures for building long-term resilience and sustainable food security.

Impact of climate change on ticks and tick-borne infections addressed in new CABI book

New SciDev.Net Spotlight series focuses on ‘road to climate justice’

Invasive species management: a nature-based solution for climate and environment

Climate-smart pest management for nature-positive agriculture