GCARD 2015

GCARD 2015 is the third of three Global Conferences 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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Moving in the right direction: join the debate on the CGIAR agenda

Moving in the right direction: join the debate on the CGIAR agenda

Last week in Johannesburg, South Africa, the FARA@15 Celebration provided the opportunity to...
Join us for the GCARD3

Join us for GCARD 3

GCARD 3 is an inclusive, participatory process and an opportunity to shape the future of...
Share yout inputs on international research priorities

Share your inputs on international research priorities - Strategy and Results Framework

Tell us what you think   GCARD 2015 is the third of three Global Conferences on...
What should be priorities for International Agricultural

What should be priorities for International Agricultural Research for Development?

Source: CGIAR Let your voice be heard! The world is developing a new set of global goals...

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Third Global Conference on Agricultural Research Third Global Conference on Agricultural Research for Development (GCARD 3) - Leaflet
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Stakeholder consultation on CGIAR SRF

Stakeholders and partners are invited to provide inputs or feedback on emerging key elements in the CGIAR Strategy and Results Framework (SRF). This can be done through the following channels:

 - online survey open to all who’d like to participate
 - webpage on the overall online consultation
 - weekly ‘call-in’ programs set up for conversations and questions (schedule will be made available shortly on the  web site)
- dedicated email address partnerships@cgiar.org has been set up to receive feedback directly
 
Consultation Phase 1 ends: 12 December 2014
 
Consultation Phase 2 starts: January 2015
 
 
 

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