Platform for African – European Partnership in Agricultural Research for Development

Monday, May 19, 2014

The case for climate smart agriculture

15th May 2014. Brown bag presentation in the WorldBank by Andy Jarvis from the CCAFS program of the CGIAR. Presentation on success stories and challenges ahead to make global agriculture more climate smart.

Can we feed the world and address climate change? The case for climate smart agriculture from Decision and Policy Analysis Program

12th to 14th May 2014 in Nairobi, Kenya. CCAFS East Africa Workshop on Theories of Change and
Impact Pathway. The meeting entailed developing research problems on climate smart agriculture based on four flagships namely CSA, climate information, low emissions and policies.
1 - 5 April 2014. Segovia, Spain. CCAFS Moves towards Demand-Driven Research Approach. The CGIAR Research Program on Climate Change, Agriculture and Food Security (CCAFS) has embarked on an internal transformation process, which will move it towards a demand-driven, research for development approach. The CCAFS Program, as well as other CGIAR Challenge Programmes, is developing impact pathways and theories of change to guide programming across projects and regions. The process was facilitated through a workshop , which brought together a newly established Working Group on Impact Pathways and Monitoring and Evaluation.

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