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Growing Talents: Youth in Agriculture #5 – Silvia Renn

Our “Growing Talents: Youth in Agriculture” series of interviews, which puts a face to the youth in agricultural research for development (ARD), hears their voices and obtains an insight into their roles, perspectives, experiences and aspirations, continues with Silvia Renn. Silvia is a young woman who is committed to helping rural communities in Malawi manage…

Growing Talents: Youth in Agriculture #4 – Evelyn Katingi

Our “Growing Talents: Youth in Agriculture” series of interviews, which puts a face to the youth in agricultural research for development (ARD), hears their voices and obtains an insight into their roles, perspectives, experiences and aspirations, continues with Evelyn Katingi, a young woman with a passion for putting CGIAR agricultural research on the map. This is…

Growing Talents: Youth in Agriculture #3 – Stephen Kibet

Our “Growing Talents: Youth in Agriculture” series of interviews, which puts a face to the youth in agricultural research for development (ARD), hears their voices and obtains an insight into their roles, perspectives, experiences and aspirations, continues with Stephen Kibet, a young Kenyan man with a passion for helping his community. This is the first…

Growing Talents: Youth in Agriculture #2 – Nadia Manning-Thomas

Our Growing Talents: Youth in Agriculture series of interviews, which puts a face to the youth in agricultural research for development (ARD), hears their voices and obtains an insight into their roles, perspectives, experiences and aspirations, continues by turning the spotlight on the ICT-KM Program’s Nadia Manning-Thomas. This is the first of our interviews under…

Research Data: One of Our Most Important Assets

If you look around you, you will see that we are swimming, possibly drowning, in data. It’s clogging up our mail boxes, taking up space on our hard drives and bookshelves, and engulfing us whenever we make a simple Internet search. With the information and communications technology available to us in this age of data…

Looking Behind the Africa Trial Sites Network

While Asia and Latin America have benefitted from the Green Revolution, agricultural yields in Africa have increased little over the last half century.  This gap is due, in part, to the current state of African research systems. Improved systems will lead to increased yields, a solution that African governments and donors already recognize. Towards this…