ICBA News

Building capacities on water management in Euphrates-Tigris river basin

The Euphrates and Tigris region is one of the world’s areas that are highly vulnerable to climate change. The riparian countries are interdependent and rely on water from the Euphrates–Tigris river system to maintain ecosystem goods and services, agriculture and energy production, municipal and industrial water supply, livelihoods and cultural resources.

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Low-cost technology to make horticulture more profitable in UAE

Low-cost technology to make horticulture more profitable in UAE

Horticultural production can become more resource-efficient and profitable under UAE conditions thanks to a low-cost net-house technology, a new study finds.

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Islamic Development Bank 42nd Annual Meeting: Policymakers, experts urge more youth engagement in agriculture to fight unemployment, food insecurity

Islamic Development Bank 42nd Annual Meeting: Policymakers, experts urge more youth engagement in agriculture to fight unemployment, food insecurity

Leading international policymakers, experts and scientists have called for urgent action to engage more youth in agricultural production to tackle unemployment and food insecurity.

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Islamic Development Bank, ICBA present new initiative to empower Arab women scientists

Islamic Development Bank, ICBA present new initiative to empower Arab women scientists

The Islamic Development Bank (IsDB) and the International Center for Biosaline Agriculture (ICBA) today presented the Tamkeen program, a novel initiative to empower Arab women scientists, at a high-level seminar on the sidelines of the IsDB 42nd Annual Meeting in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia.

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ICBA forms new partnership to boost date palm research

ICBA forms new partnership to boost date palm research

The International Center for Biosaline Agriculture (ICBA) has formed a new partnership with the General Secretariat of the Khalifa International Award for Date Palm and Agricultural Innovation to step up efforts in date palm research and production.

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