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An avenue for the new generation to take up agricultural development

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By Marina Cherbonnier, Web and Communications manager (YPARD) To ensure healthier livelihoods worldwide – and in the long term -, the young generation needs to fully get their hands and minds into...
Item URL: https://gcardblog.wordpress.com/2015/08/03/an-avenue-for-the-new-generation-to-take-up-agricultural-development/

Madan’s Journey after attending the Technical Online Communicators 2014 Workshop

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It’s been almost a year since Madan Paudel, former YPARD Web4Knowledge intern took part in TOCs 2014. Thanks to two CGIAR sponsored slots for YPARD members and GFAR’s travel support, Madan had the...
Item URL: https://gcardblog.wordpress.com/2015/07/16/madans-journey-after-attending-the-technical-online-communicators-2014-workshop/

Global discussions on agricultural curricula: Where are Africa and South East Asia?

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The Global Confederation of Higher Education Associations for Agricultural and Life Sciences (GCHERA) co-organized from 15-17 June, 2015 in Zaragoza, Spain the conference “Agricultural Higher...
Item URL: https://gcardblog.wordpress.com/2015/07/07/global-discussions-on-agricultural-curricula-where-are-africa-and-south-east-asia/

Training the trainers: Participatory prospective analysis for forest tenure analysis in Uganda

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With a population of close to 35m people, a total area of 241,038 square kilometres, and a forest cover of 4.9 million hectares, which represent just around 14.5% of the total area, Uganda is the...
Item URL: https://gcardblog.wordpress.com/2015/07/03/training-the-trainers-participatory-prospective-analysis-for-forest-tenure-analysis-in-uganda/

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Teagasc - Research newsletter, winter 2012

On page 13, interesting article on GCARD2

Networks and partnerships promoted by IICA attract attention in GCARD2 (IICA)

Networks and partnerships promoted by IICA attract attention in GCARD2

Addressing climate change and agricultural research through partnerships and scenario building | CGIAR Climate

Addressing climate change and agricultural research through partnerships and scenario building...

Gine Zwart, Senior Policy Advisor, Oxfam: Equitable partnerships for improved foresight (from the New Agriculturist)

Gine Zwart discusses some key aspects around partnership and foresight in the context of...

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