GCARD3 (2015-2016)

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GCARD3 (2015-2016) is the third Global Conference on Agricultural Research for Development. Organized by the Global Forum on Agriculture Research (GFAR) and the CGIAR, it is part of a continuing, iterative reform process, and builds on what has gone before in, and around, the previous two GCARDs.   In 2010 the GCARD1 produced a Roadmap paving the way towards more responsive and relevant agricultural research. GCARD2 (2012) explored the practical implications of partnership and pathways to impact and led to a range of fifteen new... more

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The role of Agricultural Innovation Systems in Central Asia and Caucasus countri

The role of Agricultural Innovation Systems in Central Asia and Caucasus countries and China towards more sustainable food security and nutrition

This online discussion is initiated by the Central Asia and the Caucasus Association of...
Call for stakeholder views on the CGIAR Research Program on Agriculture, Nutrition and Health (A4NH)

Call for stakeholder views on the CGIAR Research Program on Agriculture, Nutrition and Health (A4NH)

Please contact us (see below) if you would like to share views on the A4NH program or any of...
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An effective strategy for CGIAR’s next ten years? Consultations on the SRF continue

An effective strategy for CGIAR’s next ten years? Consultations on the SRF continue

Source: CGIAR   If you didn’t get a chance to join the first phase of...
Together, we are shaping the future of agriculture

Together, we are shaping the future of agriculture

The CGIAR’s Strategy and Results Framework (SRF) is an important document for all of us...

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Summary of main messages and suggestions for strengthening the SRF Summary of main messages and suggestions for strengthening the SRF: The 'Top ten' and 'Big Five'
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Consultation on the CGIAR Strategy and Results Framework (SRF) - Phase 1 Consultation on the CGIAR Strategy and Results Framework (SRF) - Phase 1
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SRF Consultation Phase 1 Results Summary Document SRF Consultation Phase 1 Results Summary Document
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Compilation of contributions to SRF Consultation Phase 2 Compilation of contributions to SRF Consultation Phase 2 from emails to ‘partnerships@cgiar.org’
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Compilation of contributions to SRF Consultation Phase 2 from the Webinar Series Compilation of contributions to SRF Consultation Phase 2 from the Webinar Series
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Compilation of contributions to SRF Consultation Phase 2 Compilation of contributions to SRF Consultation Phase 2 from emails to ‘partnerships@cgiar.org’
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Stakeholder consultation on the role of Agricultural Innovations Systems in Central Asia and Caucasus and China

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As part of the consultations around the GCARD3 process, the Central Asia and the Caucasus Association of Agricultural Research Institutions in close collaboration with the Chinese Northwest Agriculture & Forest University and supported by FAO’s Global Forum on Food Security and Nutrition in Europe and Central Asia are launching an e-discussion on “The role of Agricultural Innovation Systems in Central Asia and Caucasus countries and China towards more sustainable food security and nutrition”.
 
This e-discussion will foster regional dialogue and offer participants an opportunity to share their experience, knowledge and regional good practices on strengthening Agricultural Innovation Systems (AIS) in the Central Asia and Caucasus (CAC) countries and China. It also aims to promote regional collaboration through a variety of emerging opportunities (such as the “One Belt and One Road” initiative).
 
GFAR encourages all those interested in this topic to join the discussion: http://www.fao.org/fsnforum/eca/en. The results of this dialogue will feed into the GCARD3 process.