Sharing Knowledge

The outputs from research such as data, information, knowledge, skills and technology need to be linked to user communities so that they innovate their agriculture and livelihoods. It is not enough to make these outputs available, accessible and applicable to user communities. User communities must be able to make effective use of these outputs.   There is diversity in users of agricultural research outputs. These users include those in the value addition chain through farming and agriculture from input suppliers, farmers and prod... more

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GCARD endorses CIARD

GCARD endorses CIARD

Source: AIMS   A session at the Second Global Conference on Agricultural Research...
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ASTI Global Assessment of Agricultural R&D Spending

The first Global Conference on Agricultural Research for Development (GCARD) in 2010 catalyzed a...
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GCARD2. Breakout session C1.1 Public Investments – Speaker’s Brief. Agricultural Science and Technology Indicators (ASTI)

ASTI collects primary data for low- and middle-income countries through national institutional...
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GCARD2. Breakout session P2.2 Land, Water, Forests and Landscapes - Speaker Brief - More effective actions for the Aral Sea

In the region of central Asia and Caucasus (CAC), collection, assessment and sharing of information...
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GCARD2. Breakout session C3.2 Making Use of Knowledge and Advisory Systems

The paper will discuss the role of advisory services within agricultural innovation systems; the...