A home garden in Vietnam developed with support of Bioversity International's Diversity Club project. Photo Credit: Bioversity International/J.Raneri

Filling two needs with one deed

An initiative with important potential boosts both nutrition and women empowerment through home gardening.

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Gender fieldwork activity in Nepal. Credit: Bioversity International/M. Elias

Mixing methods for holistic project evaluations

What is the value of integrating qualitative analyses in quantitative project evaluations? According to a group of researchers from Bioversity...

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Surya and Saraswati Adhikari on their farm in Nepal. Credit: Bioversity International/B.Saugat

Nutrition from innovation and taste from waste

Featured in this month's Farming Matters magazine, Bioversity International partners LI-BIRD and Princeton intern Jacob Zucker tell us about how...

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Bioversity International infographic on family farming for World Food Day

New infographic - Agricultural biodiversity is key for a resilient family farm

In celebration of this year's World Food Day, we looked at the role that agricultural and tree biodiversity play in achieving a more resilient family...

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Diversity of vegetables produced in home gardens, Nepal. Credit: LI-BIRD/A.Subedi

Big results from small plots: Home gardens in Nepal

Home gardens play a big role when it comes to improving dietary diversity, bringing in extra income, and improving family well-being through the use...

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Parbati, Nepalese farmer, in her home garden. Credit: Bioversity International/M.Elias

Evolution of gender relations among Nepalese farmers

CGIAR research program and LI-BIRD researchers travelled to Nepal's Gulmi District to put the 'Home Gardens' initiative's results under a gender lens.

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