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An important part of GFAR’s purpose is to foster understanding and more effective partnership between the national regional and international agricultural innovation systems , bringing the international agricultural research system into better connection and understanding with partners from civil society and the public and private sectors around the world. The recent reform of the CGIAR is having major implications on the overarching goals of the new CGIAR and the way the principal international agricultural research system operates. The CGI... more

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Interview with Dr. Gunhild Anker Stordalen

Interview with Dr. Gunhild Anker Stordalen - Director of EAT Stockholm Food Forum

In May 2014 the first annual Stockholm Food Forum - EAT - will welcome participants from all over...
Strengthening the implementation of farmer's rights in Guatemala - Image

Strengthening the implementation of farmer's rights in Guatemala

Following the request made by the government and farmers’ organizations of Guatemala to...
GFAR at the General Assembly of the World Famers Organization

GFAR at the General Assembly of the World Famers Organization

GFAR participated at the Fourth Edition of the General Assembly of the World Farmers...
Capacity-building material for local and agricultural indigenous communities

Capacity-building material for local and agricultural indigenous communities

The Global Forum on Agricultural Research (GFAR), the Collaborative Programme of Participatory...
Livestock Development: How it contributes to smallholder farmers

Livestock Development: How it contributes to smallholder farmers

by K.M.L. Pathak Almost every smallholder farming family in a developing country owns...
A national policy of seeds recognizing farmers’ rights

A national policy of seeds recognizing farmers’ rights: Guatemala, an example to be followed

Guatemala, a rich country in cultural diversity and center of domestication of important crops...