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Country Yemen Capital : Sanaa

The Crop Trust has supported 11 projects in Yemen

  1. Barley: The Agricultural Research & Extension authority (AREA) received support from the Crop Trust to regenerate and characterize 112 barley accessions with the objective of rescuing threatened diversity and enhancing use of the crops.
  2. Barley: The Crop Trust supported the Agricultural Research and Extension Authority (AREA) that worked in collaboration with the National Genebank of Yemen and the International Center for Agricultural Research in the Dry Areas (ICARDA) to characterize and evaluate 64 barley accessions from the National Genebank of Yemen for desired agronomic characters under farmers’ field and management conditions, with the objective being to capture and document farmers’ knowledge and identify accessions preferred by farmers and as potential sources of genes for the traits of interest for use in developing adapted and farmer preferred varieties.
  3. Cowpea: The Agricultural Research & Extension authority (AREA) received support from the Crop Trust to regenerate and characterize 48 cowpea accessions with the objective of rescuing threatened diversity and enhancing use of the crops.
  4. Faba Bean: The Agricultural Research & Extension authority (AREA) received support from the Crop Trust to regenerate and characterize 22 faba bean accessions with the objective of rescuing threatened diversity and enhancing use of the crops.
  5. Lentil: The Agricultural Research & Extension authority (AREA) received support from the Crop Trust to regenerate and characterize 47 lentil accessions with the objective of rescuing threatened diversity and enhancing use of the crops.
  6. Lentil: The Crop Trust supported the Agricultural Research and Extension Authority (AREA) that worked in collaboration with the National Genebank of Yemen and the International Center for Agricultural Research in the Dry Areas (ICARDA) to characterize and evaluate lentil accessions from the National Genebank of Yemen for desired agronomic characters under farmers’ field and management conditions, with the objective being to capture and document farmers’ knowledge and identify accessions preferred by farmers and as potential sources of genes for the traits of interest for use in developing adapted and farmer preferred varieties.
  7. Maize: The Agricultural Research & Extension Authority (AREA) received support from the Crop Trust to regenerate and characterize 158 maize accessions with the objective of rescuing threatened diversity and enhancing use of the crops.
  8. Millets: The Agricultural Research & Extension authority (AREA) received support from the Crop Trust to regenerate and characterize 30 finger millet and 305 pearl millet accessions with the objective of rescuing threatened diversity and enhancing use of the crops.
  9. Sorghum: The Agricultural Research & Extension Authority (AREA) received support from the Crop Trust to regenerate and characterize 915 sorghum accessions with the objective of rescuing threatened diversity and enhancing use of the crops.
  10. Wheat: The Crop Trust supported the Agricultural Research & Extensions Authority (AREA) in Yemen to regenerate 107 wheat accessions with the objective of rescuing threatened diversity and enhancing use of the crops.
  11. Wheat: The Crop Trust supported the Agricultural Research and Extension Authority (AREA) that worked in collaboration with the National Genebank of Yemen and the International Center for Agricultural Research in the Dry Areas (ICARDA) to characterize and evaluate 56 wheat accessions from the National Genebank of Yemen for desired agronomic characters under farmers’ field and management conditions, with the objective being to capture and document farmers’ knowledge and identify accessions preferred by farmers and as potential sources of genes for the traits of interest for use in developing adapted and farmer preferred varieties.