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:

07 Oct 2015

Twenty five years of international exchanges of plant genetic resources

A blog from the Crop Trust features Bioversity International scientists who analyzed 25 years of plant genetic resources exchanges ... read more

06 Oct 2015

Seeds for Restoration - a global survey calls for contributions

Restoring hundreds of millions of hectares of degraded forestlands will require billions of tree seeds and seedlings. This month, we invite ... read more

06 Oct 2015

Increasing benefits from genetic resources held in trust by CGIAR

Frank Rijsberman, CEO, CGIAR Consortium, explains how CGIAR engages with the Plant Treaty in his latest blog. Rijsberman was one of the high ... read more

30 Sep 2015

Women from four corners of the globe share stories of food and empowerment in Milan

Five custodian farmers from Bolivia, India, Italy and Mali and numerous partners came to Bioversity International's co-organized event to ... read more

29 Sep 2015

Traits for taste: Spicing up the chilli market in Bolivia and Peru

Whether you like your chilli (Capsicum) peppers mildly spicy or ‘burn in the mouth’ hot, Peru and Bolivia have more than enough chilli variet ... read more