The Smartstick, a breakthrough technology developed by WLE and IWMI, is a low-cost device that delivers real time water level and discharge measurements, to support water savings and productivity improvement at the farm level in Uzbekistan.
At a recent workshop, experts in remote sensing shared the latest innovations in digital data with insurance professionals, to enable insurers to build better products that help more farmers in Sri Lanka cope with climate risk.
Scientists from WLE contributed significantly to the EU Farm to Fork Strategy and Biodiversity Strategy for 2030, which proposes that 10% of EU agricultural landscapes should be managed for the conservation of natural and semi-natural habitats.
The Agrobiodiversity Index pioneers measurement of agrobiodiversity in consumption, production and conservation, and aligns with nine of the SDGs. And interest in the Index has extended from public partners to private companies with global clients.
Seeds for Needs interventions led by WLE/CIAT not only distribute improved seed varieties to farmers, but they also provide support at different levels and across multiple areas of expertise by actively engaging farmers in the process.