MAIZE’s power lies in the strength of its partners. This annual report is a means to share their exciting and important work, but also to show how they combine for greater impact in key strategic areas.read more
Smallholder farmers must play an important role in improving production in developing countries where arable land and water are running out, but access to modern information and technology will be vital.
Varieties bred by the Drought-Tolerant Maize for Africa (DTMA) project can outperform existing varieties under all rainfall conditions, but a good variety is no guarantee of adoption.
While Mexico is the fourth-largest producer of maize in the world, yields are low and very little seed planted is produced by domestic companies.
In order to understand gender-based dimensions and differences in MAIZE and to leverage this knowledge so that interventions can better address gender-specific needs, MAIZE undertook a gender audit of its activities in 2013.