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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Valuable contributions made to shaping CGIAR’s Strategy and Results Framework

Valuable contributions made to shaping CGIAR’s Strategy and Results Framework

Thank you! In November 2014 a consultation on the CGIAR Strategy and Results...
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

If you did not have a chance to participate in Phase 1 of the consultation on the CGIAR Strategy and Results Framework (SRF) or still have more you want to share and discuss, there will be a second Phase of the consultation to be launched in late January 2015.

In this second phase there will be an opportunity to consider and provide feedback and ideas on how the whole SRF has been put together and articulated.

Opportunities to participate in this Phase will include the following (more details to be announced in January 2015):

· submit any responses via email to partnerships@CGIAR.ORG

· discussion of the SRF at key meetings taking place  (meeting pack available)

· an online space to provide comments and discuss with others

· join an online discussion during a weekly ‘Call-in Program’-schedule to be made available in early January 2015

Stakeholder feedback from this second Phase will be used in the final revision of the SRF, due to be finalized for approval in March and April 2015.

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