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On 5 Nov, 2013, a CGIAR Knowledge Day was held at ILRI in Nairobi, Kenya. Karen Brooks from IFPRI/PIM set the scene for the gender discussions.  See the presentation at: http://www.slideshare.net/CGIAR/kday-gender

 

 

More information on the event at: http://www.cgiar.org/calendar-events/crp-knowledge-day/

 

On 5 November 2013, 125 CGIAR board members, directors general, scientists, donors and other stakeholders gathered to participate in a CGIAR ‘Knowledge Day’ convened by the CGIAR Fund Office, Consortium Office and CGIAR Consortium. The Knowledge Day was hosted and organized by the International Livestock Research Institute (ILRI) and the World Agroforestry Centre (ICRAF), and held at ILRI’s headquarters in Nairobi, Kenya. It was the first such event; feedback suggests it was useful and worth repeating. 

 

The thinking and discussions at this Knowledge Day are being used to refine the ‘value for money’ proposition of CGIAR Research Programs—their economy, efficiency and  effectiveness (equity is sometimes added)—particularly regarding what is needed to create research-for-development ‘impact pathways.’ The Knowledge Day also looked at how the research programs can meet larger development goals: advancing rural development by sustainably improving agriculture, reducing poverty and bettering health and nutrition in the developing world. 

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On 5 Nov 2013, a CGIAR Knowledge Day was held at ILRI in Nairobi, Kenya. Here, Jacquie Ashby reflects on the gender group work, plenary converations and reporting back.

 

More information on the event at: http://www.cgiar.org/calendar-events/crp-knowledge-day/

 

On 5 November 2013, 125 CGIAR board members, directors general, scientists, donors and other stakeholders gathered to participate in a CGIAR ‘Knowledge Day’ convened by the CGIAR Fund Office, Consortium Office and CGIAR Consortium. The Knowledge Day was hosted and organized by the International Livestock Research Institute (ILRI) and the World Agroforestry Centre (ICRAF), and held at ILRI’s headquarters in Nairobi, Kenya. It was the first such event; feedback suggests it was useful and worth repeating.

 

The thinking and discussions at this Knowledge Day are being used to refine the ‘value for money’ proposition of CGIAR Research Programs—their economy, efficiency and  effectiveness (equity is sometimes added)—particularly regarding what is needed to create research-for-development ‘impact pathways.’ The Knowledge Day also looked at how the research programs can meet larger development goals: advancing rural development by sustainably improving agriculture, reducing poverty and bettering health and nutrition in the developing world.

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On 5 Nov 2013, a CGIAR Knowledge Day was held at ILRI in Nairobi, Kenya. This is a recording of the various individual feedback and take-away messages from the day as a whole. It includes the closing remarks from Frank Rijsberman (CGIAR Consortium Office) as well as reflections from several Fund Council members.

 

More information on the event at: http://www.cgiar.org/calendar-events/crp-knowledge-day/

 

On 5 November 2013, 125 CGIAR board members, directors general, scientists, donors and other stakeholders gathered to participate in a CGIAR ‘Knowledge Day’ convened by the CGIAR Fund Office, Consortium Office and CGIAR Consortium. The Knowledge Day was hosted and organized by the International Livestock Research Institute (ILRI) and the World Agroforestry Centre (ICRAF), and held at ILRI’s headquarters in Nairobi, Kenya. It was the first such event; feedback suggests it was useful and worth repeating. 

 

The thinking and discussions at this Knowledge Day are being used to refine the ‘value for money’ proposition of CGIAR Research Programs—their economy, efficiency and  effectiveness (equity is sometimes added)—particularly regarding what is needed to create research-for-development ‘impact pathways.’ The Knowledge Day also looked at how the research programs can meet larger development goals: advancing rural development by sustainably improving agriculture, reducing poverty and bettering health and nutrition in the developing world.

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On 5 Nov 2013, a CGIAR Knowledge Day was held at ILRI in Nairobi, Kenya. After the presentation and 'chat show' conversations, participants formed groups to discuss ': Gender Research in CGIAR Research Programs—Results, Gaps, Plans'. This is a recording of the short reporting-back reports from the groups.

 

More information on the event at: http://www.cgiar.org/calendar-events/crp-knowledge-day/

 

On 5 November 2013, 125 CGIAR board members, directors general, scientists, donors and other stakeholders gathered to participate in a CGIAR ‘Knowledge Day’ convened by the CGIAR Fund Office, Consortium Office and CGIAR Consortium. The Knowledge Day was hosted and organized by the International Livestock Research Institute (ILRI) and the World Agroforestry Centre (ICRAF), and held at ILRI’s headquarters in Nairobi, Kenya. It was the first such event; feedback suggests it was useful and worth repeating. 

 

The thinking and discussions at this Knowledge Day are being used to refine the ‘value for money’ proposition of CGIAR Research Programs—their economy, efficiency and  effectiveness (equity is sometimes added)—particularly regarding what is needed to create research-for-development ‘impact pathways.’ The Knowledge Day also looked at how the research programs can meet larger development goals: advancing rural development by sustainably improving agriculture, reducing poverty and bettering health and nutrition in the developing world.

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On 5 Nov 2013, a CGIAR Knowledge Day was held at ILRI in Nairobi, Kenya. In this panel, Jeannie Harvey (USAID), Lynn Brown (World Bank) and Andrew Clayton (DFID) talk with Jacquie Ashby about the strategies and expereinces of their agencies to mainstream gender.

 

More information on the event at: http://www.cgiar.org/calendar-events/crp-knowledge-day/
On 5 November 2013, 125 CGIAR board members, directors general, scientists, donors and other stakeholders gathered to participate in a CGIAR ‘Knowledge Day’ convened by the CGIAR Fund Office, Consortium Office and CGIAR Consortium. The Knowledge Day was hosted and organized by the International Livestock Research Institute (ILRI) and the World Agroforestry Centre (ICRAF), and held at ILRI’s headquarters in Nairobi, Kenya. It was the first such event; feedback suggests it was useful and worth repeating. 

 

The thinking and discussions at this Knowledge Day are being used to refine the ‘value for money’ proposition of CGIAR Research Programs—their economy, efficiency and  effectiveness (equity is sometimes added)—particularly regarding what is needed to create research-for-development ‘impact pathways.’ The Knowledge Day also looked at how the research programs can meet larger development goals: advancing rural development by sustainably improving agriculture, reducing poverty and bettering health and nutrition in the developing world.

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On 5 Nov 2013, a CGIAR Knowledge Day was held at ILRI in Nairobi, Kenya. This is a recording of the “Chat Show” around Gender and Reducing Rural Poverty in which Ranjitha Puskur (WorldFish) is in conversation with Patrick Dugan (WorldFish), Alessandra Galiè (ILRI) and Kathleen Colverson (ILRI).

 

More information on the event at: http://www.cgiar.org/calendar-events/crp-knowledge-day/

 

On 5 November 2013, 125 CGIAR board members, directors general, scientists, donors and other stakeholders gathered to participate in a CGIAR ‘Knowledge Day’ convened by the CGIAR Fund Office, Consortium Office and CGIAR Consortium. The Knowledge Day was hosted and organized by the International Livestock Research Institute (ILRI) and the World Agroforestry Centre (ICRAF), and held at ILRI’s headquarters in Nairobi, Kenya. It was the first such event; feedback suggests it was useful and worth repeating. 

 

The thinking and discussions at this Knowledge Day are being used to refine the ‘value for money’ proposition of CGIAR Research Programs—their economy, efficiency and  effectiveness (equity is sometimes added)—particularly regarding what is needed to create research-for-development ‘impact pathways.’ The Knowledge Day also looked at how the research programs can meet larger development goals: advancing rural development by sustainably improving agriculture, reducing poverty and bettering health and nutrition in the developing world.

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On 5 Nov 2013, a CGIAR Knowledge Day was held at ILRI in Nairobi, Kenya. This is a recording of the “Chat Show” around Gender and Natural Resources Management in which Esther Mwango (ICRAF) is in conversation with Peter Holmgren (CIFOR), Robert Nasi (CIFOR) and Patti Kristjanson (ICRAF).

 

More information on the event at: http://www.cgiar.org/calendar-events/crp-knowledge-day/

 

On 5 November 2013, 125 CGIAR board members, directors general, scientists, donors and other stakeholders gathered to participate in a CGIAR ‘Knowledge Day’ convened by the CGIAR Fund Office, Consortium Office and CGIAR Consortium. The Knowledge Day was hosted and organized by the International Livestock Research Institute (ILRI) and the World Agroforestry Centre (ICRAF), and held at ILRI’s headquarters in Nairobi, Kenya. It was the first such event; feedback suggests it was useful and worth repeating. 

 

The thinking and discussions at this Knowledge Day are being used to refine the ‘value for money’ proposition of CGIAR Research Programs—their economy, efficiency and  effectiveness (equity is sometimes added)—particularly regarding what is needed to create research-for-development ‘impact pathways.’ The Knowledge Day also looked at how the research programs can meet larger development goals: advancing rural development by sustainably improving agriculture, reducing poverty and bettering health and nutrition in the developing world.

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