Engagement / Fish / Livestock

Feedback: Generating results for other countries?

We sought comments on the question: Do you think that by addressing the constraints to value chain development in one country there is the ability to generate research results and technologies applicable in other countries? What can be done to strengthen such benefits? Results from the survey: N=43 Strongly agree: 25.6%     Agree:    62.8%                 Disagree: 2.3%    … Continue reading

CGIAR / Engagement / Fish / WorldFish

Face to face consultation: Notes from a visit to Uganda

Uganda Stakeholder Consultation on CGIAR Megaprogram 3.7 on Livestock and Fish on ‘More Meat, Milk, and Fish By and For the Poor’ Consultation meeting organized by ILRI, WorldFish, CIAT, and ICARDA, Uganda, 20 August 2010 A series of consultations that took place between 17th and 20th August to explore opportunities for focussing on fish value chains in Uganda. … Continue reading

CGIAR / CIAT / Engagement / ICARDA / ILRI

Face to face consultation: Notes from the Mali workshop

Mali Stakeholder Consultation on Shaping the CGIAR Mega Program on ‘More Meat, Milk, and Fish By and For the Poor’ Consultation meeting organized by ILRI, WorldFish, CIAT, and ICARDA, Bamako, Mali, 26 July 2010 Key issues discussed in this national workshop included: Why livestock and fish? How can we help small-scale producers meet new demands for … Continue reading

CGIAR / Engagement / Fish / Livestock

Face to face consultation: Notes from the FARA side event

Stakeholder Consultation on Shaping the CGIAR Mega Program on ‘More Meat, Milk, and Fish By and For the Poor’ Side event organized by ILRI, WorldFish, CIAT, and ICARDA at the FARA Africa Agriculture Science Week, Tuesday 20th July, 14:00 – 17:00 Purpose The four CGIAR Centers hosting the session are developing a Mega Program (MP) … Continue reading

CGIAR / Engagement / Fish / Livestock

Help shape an emerging proposal for a livestock and fish Mega Program: An invitation from ILRI, WorldFish, CIAT and ICARDA

As you may be aware, the CGIAR is currently undergoing a major change process – the largest in its 39 year history. The new model that has been developed emphasizes clear lines of accountability and stronger collaboration and partnership with other research and development actors. This more businesslike structure and its clarified roles, responsibilities and … Continue reading