2016 Al-Sumait Food Security Prize awarded to CIP Orange-Fleshed Sweetpotato CGIAR Sister Center IITA shares prize
The International Potato Center (CIP) hosted a reception to mark 45 years of research for development, 37 of these being in Africa. The event was held on 9th October 2016, the eve of the 10th triennial Africa Potato Association (APA) conference, at the Elilly Hotel in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.
Four CGIAR scientists awarded the prestigious World Food Prize for work combatting micronutrient deficiency
Four CGIAR scientists awarded the prestigious World Food Prize for work combatting micronutrient deficiency Biofortification’s ability to improve nutrition and health of vulnerable populations internationally recognized 15 million people […]
CIP sweetpotato scientists awarded the prestigious World Food Prize for work combatting vitamin A deficiency Biofortification’s ability to improve nutrition and health of vulnerable populations recognized Lima, Peru […]
The Excerpt should be: Visita al Parque de la Papa demostrará que ciencia y conocimiento tradicional pueden complementarse. Este día de campo es parte de las celebraciones organizadas por el Centro Internacional de la Papa (CIP) por su 45 aniversario, en el marco de los festejos por el Día Nacional de la Papa, y es organizada por la Asociación de Comunidades del Parque de la Papa.
Jornada científica analizará pasado, presente y futuro de la ciencia relacionada a la papa peruana Como parte de celebraciones por el Día de la Papa 2016, CIP presentará sus […]
New Horizon 2020 project G2P-SOL: A global research alliance to preserve and revive the genetic resources of Solanaceous crops
New € 6.9 million initiative funded by the European Commission to focus on the cataloguing and characterisation of global potato, tomato, pepper and eggplant genetic resources
International Potato Center (CIP) participates in global research alliance of major European and International germplasm repositories.
Dr. Barbara H. Wells, CIP director general will lead the CIP delegation to COP21 in Paris, France.
European Union Supports Effort to Reduce Child Malnutrition in South America’s Andes Region Using Native Potato Varieties
A group of European Union officials led by the EU Commissioner for International Cooperation & Development, Neven Mimica, visited the headquarters of the International Potato Center (CIP), in Lima, Peru, today to learn about EU-funded efforts to reduce child malnutrition with nutritious native potato varieties.
The theme of this year’s meeting is ‘Together, 10 million by 2020’. This refers to the overall goal of the Sweetpotato for Profit and Health Initiative which is to reduce malnutrition and increase incomes among at least 10 million sub-Saharan African households through improved varieties of sweetpotato and their diversified use by 2020.