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Brochures

These brochures include brief descriptions and information about IRRI and its projects and technologies. The research program is responsible for finding funds for printing and distribution.

A never-ending season

A never-ending season

An experiment that has been going on for 52 years could hold the answer to a most important question: how do you feed an overcrowded planet of more than 7 billion people with shrinking resources?

ADB and IRRI

ADB and IRRI

The Asian Development Bank (ADB) has supported the International Rice Research Institute (IRRI) since 1975 and has since funded 33 projects, 32 of which have been completed.

APEC and IRRI

APEC and IRRI

Rice is crucial to the economic health and food security of many member economies of the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC).

ASEAN and IRRI

ASEAN and IRRI

A huge portion of the global rice supply is produced, eaten, and traded in the rice-rich ASEAN region.

Associated technologies

Associated technologies

Food Staples Sufficiency Program 

Rice research and development

Australia and IRRI

Australia and IRRI

Australia and IRRI began working together in 1963 when Australian national Ian MacRae came to do research at IRRI as a soil microbiologist.

Bangladesh and IRRI

Bangladesh and IRRI

International Rice Research Institute

Bangladesh and IRRI have been working together for more than 48 years. The partnership began in 1965, when an outreach program was held in which 303 rice varieties were tested.

Binhi

Binhi

Isang proyekto sa pagtutulungan ng: Department of Agriculture-Bureau of Agricultural Research (DA-BAR), Philippine Rice Research Institute (PhilRice), at International Rice Research Institute (IRRI)

Burundi and IRRI

Burundi and IRRI

IRRI started its work in Burundi in 2008 when a memorandum of understanding was signed that led to the establishment of an office at the University of Burundi in Bujumbura.

Cambodia and IRRI

Cambodia and IRRI

The IRRI and Cambodia partnership began when six Cambodian scientists underwent training on plant breeding and rice production at the Institute between 1960 and 1973.

China and IRRI

China and IRRI

China is the world’s largest producer of rice, with 197.2 million tons produced in 2010, accounting for 26% of global rice production.

Climate-smart agro-advisory services for major food crops in South and Southeast Asia

Climate-smart agro-advisory services for major food crops in South and Southeast Asia

The Climate-Smart Agriculture Advisory Service (CSAAS) seeks to harness the power of information and communications technology (ICT) for the outscaling of climate-smart agriculture (CSA) technologies and climate-informed advisory services for rice, maize, and wheat in South and Southeast Asia.

Climate-smart rice

Climate-smart rice

More than 10 million farmers now have access to climate-smart rice.

Closing rice yield gaps in Asia with reduced environmental footprint

Closing rice yield gaps in Asia with reduced environmental footprint

The Closing Rice Yield Gaps in Asia With Reduced Environmental Footprint (CORIGAP) Project is funded by the Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation.

CORIGAP

CORIGAP

The Closing Rice Yield Gaps in Asia With Reduced Environmental Footprint (CORIGAP) aims to improve food security and gender equity, and alleviate poverty through optimizing productivity and sustainability of irrigated rice production systems.

Cross-country research

Cross-country research

Food Staples Sufficiency Program

Rice research and development

DA and IRRI: Rice research toward food security in the Philippines

DA and IRRI: Rice research toward food security in the Philippines

DA and IRRI are working together to help the Philippines achieve and sustain rice self-sufficiency and food security.

FAO and IRRI

FAO and IRRI

IRRI’s early collaboration with the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) dates back to events tied to the International Rice Year in 1966.

France and IRRI

France and IRRI

Within a few years of IRRI’s founding in 1960, French scientists were already collaborating with the institute’s researchers, albeit informally.

Genetically Modified Rice

Genetically Modified Rice

The International Rice Research Institute believes that genetic modification and genetically modified (GM) rice have the potential to safely benefit rice farmers and consumers.

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