Between 6th and 8th July 2017, SPIA and PIM are organizing a major conference.
This brief is based on a study commissioned by the ISPC in 2015 which highlights the potential risks and opportunities of agricultural corridors and spatial development initiatives and their impact on CGIAR research.
See also the related study:
This ISPC commented study examines two distinct partnership domains: Multi-stakeholder partnerships (MSPs) in Agricultural Research for Development and Global MSPs approaches. It develops a framework of Partnership and Innovation Modes to assist the CGIAR in embedding its work within the wider architecture of partnership, platforms, and networks that will be required to tackle global scale
This document contains the finalized study on “Agricultural Growth Corridors: mapping potential research gaps on impact, implementation and institutions” together with the ISPC commentary. The study aims to inform policy-makers and researchers about how development corridors might bring about changes in patterns of agriculture and consequently influence research needs.
See also the
ISPC Assessment of Revised CRP-II Full proposals, 14 September 2016
ISPC Assessment of the Climate Change, Agriculture, and Food Security (CCAFS) CRP-II revised proposal (2017-2022)
This brief note describes the initial steps taken by the ISPC between June and September 2015 towards developing a framework for qualitatively assessing relative priorities across the 45 unique sub-IDOs. It describes the results of two parallel efforts undertaken aimed at eliciting priorities from two distinct groups of CGIAR stakeholders.