Scaling Sustainably:
The HarvestPlus 2021 Annual Report 

HarvestPlus and its partners fight hidden hunger worldwide by scaling up staple food crops that are bred to be rich in essential vitamins and minerals.

These biofortified, climate-smart crops sustainably improve the health, resilience, and livelihoods of smallholder farming households and low-income consumers, helping to make food systems more nutritious and inclusive.

Biofortification:
Why & How

The Crops

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News & Insights
BBC Food as Medicine Feature Highlights Role of Biofortified Foods

June 21, 2022

In Nigeria’s Nasarawa State, CBC and Partners Advance Biofortified Products Commercially

June 21, 2022

Nyota Iron Bean is Kenya’s “Shining Star” for Better Nutrition

June 7, 2022

Harvestplus Tech Innovations Highlighted at Summit on AI & Digital Apps in Agriculture

May 25, 2022

HarvestPlus Delivery Model Charts the Path to Better Nutrition for Millions

May 25, 2022

Zambia Ramps Up Vitamin A Maize Production and Consumption
Zambia Ramps Up Vitamin A Maize Production and Consumption

May 22, 2022

Biofortified Crops Around the World

Explore the Global Reach map to see where hundreds of CGIAR/HarvestPlus biofortified varieties are released or in testing.

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The Biofortification Hub

A one-stop shop for tools, resources, and information to support action and innovation by implementers, policymakers, donors, and researchers.

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Commercialisation of Biofortified Crops Programme

HarvestPlus co-leads the CBC Programme, which is catalyzing commercial markets for biofortified seeds, grains, and food products in six countries with pervasive levels of malnutrition: Bangladesh, Kenya, India, Nigeria, Pakistan, and Tanzania.

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