The CRFS uses a range of approaches to support the capacity of its project teams, with focus on national research programs, universities, local development organizations, and farmer organizations. These approaches include meetings and technical workshops, project evaluation support, and regional and technical consultants. Key areas of investment in non-grant assistance are integrated monitoring, evaluation, and planning (IMEP), research methods support (RMS), and soils support.
CCRP leadership learns from agroecology leaders in Brazil
27 March 2019
The CCRP leadership team met in Brazil evaluate our work, plan, and most importantly learn from each other and the places we share together.
PhotoSynQ team visits West Africa
5 September 2017
SDSN’s e-conference on fall armyworm a success
9 November 2018
SDSN’s Responding to Fall Armyworm in Africa a success.