Bioversity International: research for development in agricultural and tree biodiversity



Bioversity International works with partners around the world to ensure agricultural biodiversity nourishes people and sustains the planet.

Research partners

Bioversity International works with more than 500 research partners.

Bioversity International relies on support from its funding partners to carry out its mission. Credit: Bioversity International

Funding partners

Bioversity International's work is supported by a wide range of partners who share our vision and mission.

Partnership news:

02 Feb 2016

Secrets of Nepalese crops revealed through a new website

Click through the user-friendly interface of the newly-launched Himalayan Crops website and learn fascinating facts about 8000 year-old crops ... read more

01 Feb 2016

Healthy diets from sustainable food systems all year round – a case study captured on film in Zambia

A 3-year research-for-development initiative in the Barotse floodplain brought scientists and community members together to improve food and ... read more

08 Jan 2016

Kick the silos to tackle SDGs

Making links and using multi-functional approaches are the only way to achieve sustainable development goals on food, nutrition, health and ... read more

30 Oct 2015

Pushing the levers of change that drive how we produce and eat food

EAT, the Stockholm Resilience Centre and CGIAR organized a writeshop at Bioversity International, Rome HQ earlier this month. ... read more

29 Oct 2015

Malezi Bora – Food Biodiversity for Improved Nutrition in Kenya

The final report of the series from Vihiga County, Kenya, where a research initiative is empowering the community to better use available ... read more