GREAT courses equip researchers with tools to enhance the impact their research has on beneficiary communities, while also providing them marketable skills, and new opportunities for publication and career advancement. The GREAT training model is centered upon interdisciplinary team learning,...
Upcoming GREAT course focuses on gender-responsive cereal grains breeding
15th May 2017
2017 - Quarter One Newsletter
1st May 2017
Innovations in program grantmaking and agroecological intensification research are highlighted in this, the latest edition of the CCRP Quarterly Newsletter.Updated May 9, 2017
Entrepreneurial farmer groups discuss porridge mixes in new video
9th March 2017
The Kapkerer Farmers’ Group and the Kiptoruswo Self-Help Group of Nandi, Kenya produce nutrient-dense porridge mixes by integrating legumes into traditional recipes. They hope to increase production and sales of their products, in part, to improve their financial well-being. As part of the CCRP...
Agro-Insight releases new farmer training videos
7th March 2017
Agro-Insight produces multi-language, farmer-to-farmer training videos as part of the organization’s objective of farmer support. The Collaborative Crop Research Program has teamed up with Agro-Insight to support the production of two new video suites to further this effort.The videos, Growing...
2016 - Quarter Four Newsletter
31st January 2017
Catch up on program news with the latest edition of the CCRP Quarterly Newsletter.The Southern Africa Community of Practice is featured and Dr. Batamaka Somé is introduced as the new Regional Representative for the West Africa Community of Practice.
McKnight Case Study Explores Two Decades of Triumphs and Pitfalls for CCRP Orange-fleshed Sweetpotato Projects
24th January 2017
Available now: “From Breeding to Nutrition: Orange-fleshed sweetpotatoes in farming and food systems of Uganda, Kenya and Burkina Faso. A case study of projects commissioned by the McKnight Foundation’s Collaborative Crop Research Program, 1994-2014.” By Anja Christinck, Marthe Diarra Doka,...