Vegetables to enrich food with vital nutrients for infants and young children.
A group of young plant pathologists attended a two-week training course at WorldVeg headquarters to immerse themselves in best practices for sample collection and pest and disease diagnosis.
Ever tried to come up with a definition of vegetables? Esteemed WorldVeg researchers give it a try.
The 7th Tokyo International Conference on African Development (TICAD7) reviewed the current state of agricultural research in Africa.
UK aid and the British people understand the importance of producing safe, nutritious and diverse crops for healthy diets as climates change—and are providing the support to make it happen.
Farmers tapped WorldVeg experts for a stream of knowledge on best irrigation and pest management practices.
Farmer Pius Wilbard sharpened his crop production skills and increased his income through Farmer Field Schools hosted by the Africa RISING project in Tanzania.
Siblings Ana and Pascal Erasto dig in to continue a family tradition in Tanzania through the Africa RISING project.
Dr. Heslon Gabriel Rugalema to guide Eastern and Southern Africa operations for the World Vegetable Center.
Composting builds the soil, WorldVeg builds sustainable skills.