2020, the International Year of Plant Health (IYPH)

2020, the International Year of Plant Health (IYPH)

In December 2018, the United Nations General Assembly declared 2020 as the International Year of Plant Health (IYPH). The year is a once in a lifetime opportunity to raise global awareness on how protecting plant health can help end hunger, reduce poverty, protect the environment, and boost economic development.
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Join the Network of CIHEAM Alumni (NCA)

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CIHEAM launches the registration campaign of the CIHEAM Alumni Network (NCA)

News

The Mediterranean Innovation Partnership network for youth entrepreneurship and technology transfer in the agro-food sector

The Mediterranean Innovation Partnership network for youth entrepreneurship and technology transfer in the agro-food sector

The Mediterranean Innovation Partnership Network (MIP) for youth entrepreneurship and technology transfer in the agro-food sector was established in 2016 and is coordinated by CIHEAM Bari
Capacity Building and Raising Awareness in Europe and in Third Countries to Cope with Xylella fastidiosa

Capacity Building and Raising Awareness in Europe and in Third Countries to Cope with Xylella fastidiosa

The different aspects of Xylella fastidiosa assessment and management (pathogen-hosts interaction, characterization, diagnosis, epidemiology, monitoring) are tackled
MyPack - “Sustainable Packaging Solutions”

MyPack - “Sustainable Packaging Solutions”

The general objective of Mypack Innovation Action (IA) is to help sustainable food packaging technologies to reach or to extend their market
Green Economy and CO2

Green Economy and CO2

CIHEAM Bari is a partner of GECO2, a project funded by the the Italy-Croatia CBC Programme aimed to start a voluntary CO2 market dedicated to Italian and Croatian farmers
Non Conventional WAter Re-use in Agriculture in MEditerranean countries

Non Conventional WAter Re-use in Agriculture in MEditerranean countries

The joint challenges of MENAWARA project consist of providing additional resources by recycling drainage and wastewater (WW), tapping water losses, rationalizing water use practices and setting operational governance models in line with national and international plans.

Education

LAND AND WATER RESOURCES MANAGEMENT: IRRIGATED AGRICULTURE


The main objective of the Master Programme in "Land and Water Resources Management: Irrigated agriculture" is to improve scientific knowledge and technological know-how of the candidates in water saving and land conservation issues through the completion of specific research themes and experimental works. The course is structured in such a way as to promote land and water resources management in the Mediterranean considering agronomic, engineering, environmental and socio-economic aspects on different scales.
 

PRECISION INTEGRATED PEST MANAGEMENT (IPM) FOR FRUIT AND VEGETABLE CROPS


The main objective of the course is to prepare experts able to apply and transfer the IPM approach by combining all appropriate and innovative techniques in a total management system and by minimizing economic, health and environmental risks.
 

MEDITERRANEAN ORGANIC AGRICULTURE


The main objective of the Programme is to train graduated agronomists and agricultural engineers for future professional careers in the
domain of Organic Agriculture. 
 

L&W Course

R. Khadra (CIHEAM Bari, Italy)
D. D’Agostino (CIHEAM Bari, Italy)
 

IPM Course

D. Morone (LUM Bari, Italy)
 

MOA Course

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