Annual Report 2017: CGIAR Research Program on Wheat (WHEAT)
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With its partners, WHEAT reached Intermediate development outcomes linked to SLO 1.1 (improved crops/methods adoption) and SLO 2.2 (increase yields), or identified the potential (ex ante studies), in all major WHEAT target regions. Long-term bilateral projects delivered improved income outcomes relating to SLO 2.1 (exit poverty) and several ex ante studies show the poverty reduction potential of interventions under WHEAT FP3 and FP4 – see section 1.1 and Table 1-A, Table A-2 and Annex 1. For 2017, WHEAT can demonstrate clear actual or potential outcomes benefiting the poorest in remote areas in Afghanistan, based on 15 years of collaboration with NARS, in Ethiopia (emergency seed supply), as well as in India’s Bihar state and in Pakistan - based on large, multi-year programs (Cereal Systems Initiative for South Asia Phases I – III & Agriculture Innovation Project, respectively) – see sections 1.3.3 and 1.2 under FP4.