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BOLD around the world

The BOLD project works with partners all over the world in different focus areas: Capacity and Resource Development with National Genebanks, Pre-breeding, Seed Systems and Safety Duplication at…

Vietnam: Plant Resources Center

Visit the Website Location An Khanh, Hoai Duc, Ha Noi, Vietnam Parent Organization Vietnam Academy of Agricultural Sciences Mission Formulating and implementing programs, projects and…

Uganda: National Genebank

Visit the Website Location Entebbe, Uganda Parent Organization Plant Genetic Resources Centre (PGRC), National Agricultural Research Organisation (NARO) Mission The strategic objectives of…

Emergency Reserve for Genebanks

The Emergency Reserve for Genebanks provides rapid, short-term and urgent support to seed collections in the global system.

Buildings damaged by war in Aleppo, Syria

About Our Donor

Our donor The BOLD Project is funded by the Government of Norway. The Government of Norway is a long-term key partner of and donor to the Crop Trust. This has included support for the operation of…

BOLD Frequently Asked Questions

What is crop diversity and why does it need to be conserved and used? Crop diversity — both the diversity within crops and diversity of crops — is the foundation of our food and nutrition security.…

BOLD at a Glance

The BOLD Project is a 10-year, USD 80 million project funded by the Government of Norway that addresses the impacts of the changing climate on food and nutrition security by supporting the…

About the Project

BOLD (Biodiversity for Opportunities, Livelihoods and Development) is a 10-year project to strengthen food and nutrition security worldwide by supporting the conservation and use of crop…

Potato

The BOLD Potato Project The BOLD potato project aims to increase the potato diversity available to potato breeding programs and farmers by integrating lines derived from crop wild relatives (CWR)…

Rice

The BOLD Rice Project The BOLD rice project in Vietnam is using participatory plant breeding and evaluation approaches to develop new crop wild relative-derived rice varieties that have the…

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