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Maasia pastoralists preparing their maize harvest in Narok, Kenya. (Photo: FAO/Ami Vitale)

Maasia pastoralists preparing their maize harvest in Narok, Kenya. (Photo: FAO/Ami Vitale)
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Agricultural activities and potato variety trials on Mullah Ghulam farm and surroundings in Bamyan, afghanistan. (Photo: FAO/Giulio Napolitano)

Agricultural activities and potato variety trials on Mullah Ghulam farm and surroundings in Bamyan, afghanistan. (Photo: FAO/Giulio Napolitano)
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Wheat harvest on the road from Bamyan to Kabul in afghanistan. (Photo: FAO/Giulio Napolitano)

Wheat harvest on the road from Bamyan to Kabul in afghanistan. (Photo: FAO/Giulio Napolitano)
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Farmers get ready to plant rice seedlings during the start of the rainy season. Rice Terraces, Baguio, Philippines. (Photo: V. Schoehl/IAEA)

Farmers get ready to plant rice seedlings during the start of the rainy season. Rice Terraces, Baguio, Philippines. (Photo: V. Schoehl/IAEA)
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Women harvesting maize at Kamilombe, 20 km from Lubumbashi, DR Congo. (Photo: FAO/Giulio Napolitano)

Women harvesting maize at Kamilombe, 20 km from Lubumbashi, DR Congo. (Photo: FAO/Giulio Napolitano)
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Women harvesting green vegetables outside the nutritional center at Kalemie, Katanga Region, DR Congo. (Photo: FAO/Giulio Napolitano)

Women harvesting green vegetables outside the nutritional center at Kalemie, Katanga Region, DR Congo. (Photo: FAO/Giulio Napolitano)
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Men harvesting wheat on the way from Rajshahi to Nachole in Bangladesh. (Photo: FAO/Giulio Napolitano)

Men harvesting wheat on the way from Rajshahi to Nachole in Bangladesh. (Photo: FAO/Giulio Napolitano)
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A woman harvests lettuce at Kamilombe, 20 km from Lubumbashi, DR Congo. (Photo: FAO/Giulio Napolitano)

A woman harvests lettuce at Kamilombe, 20 km from Lubumbashi, DR Congo. (Photo: FAO/Giulio Napolitano)
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IAEA fellows from different countries in training under the guidance of the IAEA Plant Breeding Unit at Seibersdorf, Austria. (Photo: D.Calma/IAEA)

IAEA fellows from different countries in training under the guidance of the IAEA Plant Breeding Unit at Seibersdorf, Austria. (Photo: D.Calma/IAEA)
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Dr. Mba, Head of the IAEA Plant Breeding Unit, examines mutant banana samples at the IAEA's laboratory at Seibersdorf. (Photo: D.Calma/IAEA)

Dr. Mba, Head of the IAEA Plant Breeding Unit, examines mutant banana samples at the IAEA's laboratory at Seibersdorf. (Photo: D.Calma/IAEA)
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Regenerative banana buds before they are placed in a growth medium.  The tiny pieces are called explants.  Through this method genetic materials are rapidly multiplied. Photo taken at the IAEA's Plant Breeding Unit, Seibersdorf, Austria. (Photo: D.Calma/IAEA)

Regenerative banana buds before they are placed in a growth medium. The tiny pieces are called explants. Through this method genetic materials are rapidly multiplied. Photo taken at the IAEA's Plant Breeding Unit, Seibersdorf, Austria. (Photo: D.Calma/IAEA)
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The Badam Bagh National Seed Laboratory in Kabul, afghanistan. (Photo: FAO/Giulio Napolitano)

The Badam Bagh National Seed Laboratory in Kabul, afghanistan. (Photo: FAO/Giulio Napolitano)
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Seed testing and processing activities at a Seed Complex in Herat, afghanistan. (Photo: FAO/Giulio Napolitano)

Seed testing and processing activities at a Seed Complex in Herat, afghanistan. (Photo: FAO/Giulio Napolitano)
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A regenerative banana bud is taken out of a tube, before being cut into small pieces called explants. Photo taken at the IAEA's laboratories in Seibersdorf. (Photo: D.Calma/IAEA)

A regenerative banana bud is taken out of a tube, before being cut into small pieces called explants. Photo taken at the IAEA's laboratories in Seibersdorf. (Photo: D.Calma/IAEA)
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Wheat harvest on the road from Bamyan to Kabul in afghanistan. (Photo: FAO/Giulio Napolitanoe)

Wheat harvest on the road from Bamyan to Kabul in afghanistan. (Photo: FAO/Giulio Napolitanoe)
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Farmers at work in a cassava field at Cibitoke, Burundi. The field is owned by a beneficiary of the project and the cassava are free from disease, a benefit from a regional cassava initiative in the African Great Lakes region. (Photo: FAO/Giulio Napolitano)

Farmers at work in a cassava field at Cibitoke, Burundi. The field is owned by a beneficiary of the project and the cassava are free from disease, a benefit from a regional cassava initiative in the African Great Lakes region. (Photo: FAO/Giulio Napolitano)
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Women work the rice fields in Vietnam and most developing countries. Near Hanoi, new varieties of rice are planted and cultivated at agricultural stations like this one in Van Giang. The new varieties in North Vietnam are developed by scientists at the country's Institute of Agricultural Genetics. (Photo: L. Wedekind/IAEA)

Women work the rice fields in Vietnam and most developing countries. Near Hanoi, new varieties of rice are planted and cultivated at agricultural stations like this one in Van Giang. The new varieties in North Vietnam are developed by scientists at the country's Institute of Agricultural Genetics. (Photo: L. Wedekind/IAEA)
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Agricultural activities and potato variety trials on Mullah Ghulam farm and surroundings in Bamyan, afghanistan. (Photo: FAO/Giulio Napolitano)

Agricultural activities and potato variety trials on Mullah Ghulam farm and surroundings in Bamyan, afghanistan. (Photo: FAO/Giulio Napolitano)
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Qu Liang, Director of the Joint FAO/IAEA Division of Nuclear Techniques in Food and Agriculture. (Photo: D.Calma/IAEA)

Qu Liang, Director of the Joint FAO/IAEA Division of Nuclear Techniques in Food and Agriculture. (Photo: D.Calma/IAEA)
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Pierre Lagoda, Head of the Plant Breeding and Genetics Section, Joint FAO/IAEA Division of Nuclear Techniques in Food and Agriculture. (Photo: D.Calma/IAEA)

Pierre Lagoda, Head of the Plant Breeding and Genetics Section, Joint FAO/IAEA Division of Nuclear Techniques in Food and Agriculture. (Photo: D.Calma/IAEA)
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Chikelu Mba, Head of the Plant Breeding Unit, Joint FAO/IAEA Division of Nuclear Techniques in Food and Agriculture. (Photo: D.Calma/IAEA)

Chikelu Mba, Head of the Plant Breeding Unit, Joint FAO/IAEA Division of Nuclear Techniques in Food and Agriculture. (Photo: D.Calma/IAEA)
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