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Mobile-based monitoring tool rolled out for national partners in 7 African countries

research & extension) is not just for survey/data collection, but also a management, insights and reporting tool. on the platform, activity owners can create data collection templates online. it allows users to save data and syncs automatically to create reports […] the post mobile-based monitoring tool rolled out for national partners in 7 african countries[…]

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CGIAR System Annual Performance Report 2018

development achievements.  Please find below different versions of the 2018 Performance Report, with individual sections and annexes in PDF format for download. You can also visit the online version. Short Version Full Report Financial Report Report Sections Executive Summary Preface Introduction CGIAR Portfolio – Progress Reported in 2018 Integrating Gender and Equity into CGIAR Research[…]

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Steering the seed revolving fund initiative to meet growing farmers’ demand for certified seed

The AVISA Seed Revolving Fund Review and Planning Meeting for Tanzania Groundnut and Sorghum Partners was held in Arusha in September. Read more on Seed Systems and Online digital seed catalogue and seed roadmap tool. Group photo of participants. Photos: W Grace, ICRISAT Project: Accelerated Varietal Improvement and Seed Delivery of Legumes and Cereals in[…]

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Historical introgressions from a wild relative of modern cassava improved important traits and may be under balancing selection

a heterozygous advantage of introgressions. however, we also found that maintaining large recombination-suppressed introgressions in the heterozygous state allowed the accumulation of deleterious mutations. we conclude that targeted recombination of introgressions would increase the efficiency of cassava breeding by allowing simultaneous fixation of beneficial alleles and purging of genetic load. published online: 17 oct 2019[…]

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ILRI knowledge management recognized internationally 

as ‘CGSpace’. ILRI was fundamental in infusing vibrant ideas into the CGIAR community of KM practitioners. ILRI also pushed us into the usage of community of practice (CoP) online tools such as Yammer, which supported cross-programmatic knowledge exchange. Since 2009, the Knowledge Management Award has been given annually to one international organization with a global mandate.[…]

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Harnessing ICT to improve extension systems

project—ICT2Scale—is using mobile phone messaging services that target smallholder farmers with information on new dryland farming technologies and farm management practices. It also utilizes e-learning platforms, providing online training courses for extension agents—including on gender approaches (strengthening women’s entrepreneurial talents and raising awareness of women’s involvement in agriculture); didactics; harnessing ICT for extension; and natural[…]

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Scaling up channels for innovative digital service to reach more farmers in Odisha

a blanket recommendation for nutrient application based on area is neither appropriate nor effective.” The Rice Crop Manager service for Odisha , developed by IRRI and accessible online through laptops, tablets, and smartphones, are introduced to farmers through extension workers. The extension worker will interview the farmer and ask a set of questions on crop[…]

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Breeding future-ready crops: selecting priority traits in breeding programs via product profiles

also the lead trainer and facilitator at the meeting, led the partners through development of market-oriented product profiles and harmonizing them with underlying concepts and the available online tools. Mentioning a product profile database that had been developed and made accessible, he said that it would be used in product advancement meetings to make progressive[…]

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Characterization of West and Central African accessions from a pearl millet reference collection for agro-morphological traits and Striga resistance

component analysis revealed an immense diversity but also strong admixture among the tested accessions, i.e. there were no clearly distinct groups. The seed of all genotypes is available from ICRISAT. The online availability of the characterization data is expected to facilitate efficient use of these pearl millet accessions by breeding programmes in WCA and worldwide.[…]

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Rice Doctor -An innovative technological approach to enhance rice production

on these problems as well as recommendations to address them. It can also be useful for researchers, students and private input dealers. Rice Doctor is currently available online at http://ricedoctor.irri.org as a mobile app that can be downloaded free of cost on smartphones and tablets. The Odisha version of Rice Doctor is being developed with[…]

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Joint Grasslands and Rangelands Congress will be held in Nairobi in Oct 2020

the Kenyan Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock, Fisheries & Irrigation (<span style="color: #800000">MALFI) are organizing next year’s <span style="color: #800000">Joint 24th International Grasslands and International Rangelands Congress in Nairobi, Kenya 25–30 Oct 2020 Online registration is now open. Please click here for the third announcement of this congress and here to register. . . .  […]

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Variability of carotenoids in a Musa germplasm collection and implications for provitamin A biofortification

8.00 µg/g fresh weight. predominant carotenoids identified were α-carotene (38.67%), trans-β-carotene (22.08%), lutein (22.08%), 13-cis-β-carotene (14.45%) and 9-cis-β-carotene (2.92%), indicating that about 78% of the carotenoids in bananas are pvac. high pvac genotypes were identified for integration into biofortification strategies to combat vitamin a deficiency in developing countries. open access article; published online: 8 april 2019[…]

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Re-attaching young people to the climate crisis

the climate crisis, even though Qatar had hosted the UNFCCC summit in 2012,” says Shafi. The aim of his NGO is to engage regional youth through education, online campaigns and training, which are delivered in collaboration with national and regional partners. Communication is at the heart of Shafi’s vision to overcome what he sees as[…]

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4 takes on how to build a sustainable world

The Global Landscape Forum (GLF) Kyoto event will explore landscape-based solutions for the climate challenge on 13 May. Sign up online or register for the free digital edition.  As scientists gather in Kyoto this weekend for the 49th session of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), the Global Landscapes Forum will bring more than 40 speakers

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How political territories can boost sustainable business

Learn more about this topic at the Global Landscapes Forum Kyoto on 13 May, which can be viewed online through the conference’s Digital Edition. Cocoa, coffee, sugar, palm oil – these are all important ingredients of some of the world’s most beloved treats and addictions. But they’re also some of the trickiest products to source sustainably and[…]

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Cassava farmers in Tanzania to benefit from new industry partnership with ACAI project

Starch Tanzania Corporation (CSTC). Demand for cassava is increasing as more companies are seeking to process the roots into high-value, starch-rich flour. New processing capacity is starting to come online for many companies, such as CSTC. However, one of the main concerns of these ventures is getting a stable supply of cassava. View original article[…]

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22 years after the Kyoto Protocol, climate change expert is highly optimistic

Markku Kanninen will speak at the Global Landscapes Forum Kyoto on 13 May, which can be viewed online through the conference’s Digital Edition. Markku Kanninen has been talking about climate change for a very long time. He has led research programs on the topic since 1990, he drafted the text on forests and climate change for the[…]

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What revolutionizing values could mean for capitalism – and the planet

Tim Kasser will speak in a video address for the Global Landscapes Forum Kyoto on 12 May, which can be viewed online through the conference’s Digital Edition. “When people focus on the materialistic values and goals encouraged by consumer capitalism, they live in ways more damaging to the Earth.” For nearly 30 years, psychologist Tim Kasser[…]

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Webinar: Enhancing food system resilience

Organized by the CGIAR Research Program on Forests, Trees and Agroforestry (FTA) and the Environmental Change Institute – University of Oxford, this seminar – taking place online and in Bogor, Indonesia – will look at enhancing food system resilience in terms of the roles of forests, trees and agroforestry, as well as perspectives for research.[…]

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Genetic variability, stability and heritability for quality and yield characteristics in provitamin A cassava varieties

the best performing enhanced provitamin a varieties for traits that are key drivers of variety adoption in ghana. in view of this, some varieties can be recommended for varietal release after on-farm testing. the study also showed the possibility of tapping heterosis after careful selection of parents. open access article; published online: 25 jan 2020[…]

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Now, get critical seed data in one click

the quality and availability of seeds in one click. This innovative tool will ultimately enable farmers in several African countries to access seed varietal information quickly and help them plan seed production over a long period. The online catalog provides information on all seed varieties available nationally and regionally over a long period. Read more[…]

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Chromosome painting facilitates anchoring reference genome sequence to chromosomes In Situ and integrated karyotyping in banana (Musa Spp.)

developed banana cytogenetic markers. the density of oligo painting probes was sufficient to study chromosomal rearrangements on mitotic as well as on meiotic pachytene chromosomes. this advance will enable comparative fish mapping and identification of chromosomal translocations which accompanied genome evolution and speciation in the family musaceae. open access journal; published online: 20 nov 2019[…]

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Evaluation of the American yam bean (Pachyrhizus spp.) for storage root yield across varying eco-geographic conditions in Uganda

yield of 20.7 t ha-1. genotype 209018 with mean yield of 15.5 t ha-1 was the most stable and adapted accession in the entire discriminating environment in uganda. from the environmental focusing plot, the six environments were grouped into two putative mega environments for yam bean production. open access article; published online: 15 june 2019[…]

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Monitoring Aspergillus flavus genotypes in a multi-genotype aflatoxin biocontrol product with quantitative pyrosequencing

monitoring of multiple a. flavus genotypes within complex fungal communities, satisfying the requirements of the regulatory community and crop end-users that wish to determine which purchased crops were treated with the biocontrol product. techniques developed in the current study can be modified for monitoring other crop-associated fungi. open access journal; published online: 15 nov 2019[…]

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Host plants and edaphic factors influence the distribution and diversity of ectomycorrhizal fungal fruiting bodies within rainforests from Tshopo, Democratic Republic of the Congo

of silt particles was the most important parameter influencing ecm fungi host plant tree distribution. both host trees and edaphic factors strongly affected the distribution and diversity of ecm fungi. ecm fungi may have developed differently their ability to successfully colonise root systems in relation to the availability of nutrients. published online: 26 april 2019[…]

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Factors influencing participation dynamics in research for development interventions with multi-stakeholder platforms: a metric approach to studying stakeholder participation

roles in influencing participation. the study concludes that contribution of multi-stakeholder platforms to the performance of research for development projects, programs, policies and other initiatives is constrained by locational and temporal context and conditional on the participation requirements of the objectives pursued by research for development intervention. open access journal; published online: 14 nov 2019[…]

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New project will develop aquaculture knowledge and practical skills of students and fish farmers in Zambia

Lusaka and the Northern and Luapula provinces. The project has two components: upgrading the fisheries science curriculum (long- and short-term courses) and training tools, and developing an online training platform and internship program at NRDC with links to other TEVET institutions to scale the upgraded training ‘package’ over the course of the project; enhancing the[…]

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AfricaRice publication on ‘Continental investment plan for accelerating rice self-sufficiency in Africa’ released

member countries, so that they can also benefit from evidence-based information on the rice value chain and the investment options required to achieve rice self-sufficiency. To read the report online or download a pdf copy, please click here. AfricaRice welcomes comments and suggestions from stakeholders in order to further improve CIPRiSSA. Please send your comments tom.nwalozie@cgiar.org.[…]

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Monitoring, Evaluation & Learning platform wins silver award in Berlin

The Monitoring, Evaluation & Learning online platform (MEL), used by eight CGIAR Research Programs (CRPs) and Centers, has won the silver prize at the 2018 Enterprise Business Collaboration Award in Berlin in the category of ‘Best Collaboration Inf...[…]

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Pest distribution and risk atlas for Africa includes potato and sweetpotato pests

impact, with warming temperatures affecting insect populations, range expansion and outbreaks. To inform the development of integrated pest management strategies, the International Potato Center (CIP) launched an online Pest Distribution and Risk Atlas for Africa in early 2017. This […] The post Pest distribution and risk atlas for Africa includes potato and sweetpotato pests appeared[…]

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