Bioversity International: research for development in agricultural and tree biodiversity

Partners

Partners

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 May 2016

Access and benefit sharing of genetic resources – making it work for family farmers

A new special issue of Farming Matters, produced in collaboration with Bioversity International, focuses on how access and benefit sharing of ... read more

26 Apr 2016

Managing banana pests and diseases in East and Central Africa

William Tinzaara, Associate Scientist, based in our Uganda office, speaks about the work Bioversity International is carrying out with ... read more

20 Apr 2016

Opening the doors to India's first low-energy genebank

Bioversity International scientists report from India on the opening of the first low-energy genebank, inaugurated as part of the National ... read more

18 Apr 2016

Investing in safeguarding crop diversity for a food-secure future

Last week M. Ann Tutwiler, Director General, Bioversity International, spoke at the Global Crop Diversity Trust Pledging Conference on behalf ... read more

07 Apr 2016

Mutually supportive implementation of the Plant Treaty and the Nagoya Protocol in Benin and Madagascar

Bioversity International is working with the Access and Benefit-Sharing (ABS) Capacity Development Initiative, and with partners and ... read more

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