China and GFAR – together opening new ways of sharing knowledge
GFAR has joined forces with CAAS to strengthen the information and knowledge management capacities of Chinese institutions active not only in agricultural sciences and research but also in fisheries and forestry.
GCARD 3 is an inclusive, participatory process and an opportunity to shape the future of agriculture. The overall outcome will the clear and transparent identification of international research priorities, and what’s needed to achieve future development goals in national systems.
Share your inputs on international research priorities - Strategy and Results Framework
As the first part of the GCARD3 consultations, CGIAR and GFAR are inviting stakeholders and partners to share their inputs and feedback on international research priorities, as proposed in the draft Strategy and Results Framework for future work of the CGIAR.
Without indigenous farmers' quiet innovation, adapting the genetic properties of seeds to meet real consumer and real climate needs, we would not have the choice and quality of food that today we take for granted and the world’s food security, already compromised by climate change, would be seriously threatened.