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Annual Report 2014: Pathways to Lasting Impact for rural drylands communities in the developing world
Summary of 2014 Dryland Systems research activities and achievements targeting a general non-scientific audience
Policy on Conflict of Interest
CRP-DS, Conflict of Interest Policy, 2014
How Open are you?
Blog Post on Open Access within research in agriculture and the impact on the CRP work
External Evaluation of the CGIAR Resea rch Program on Dryland Systems Volume 2 : ANEEXES
External Evaluation of the CGIAR Research Program on Dryland Systems Volume 2: ANEEXES
Gender in Research Management
A 3-minutes video suggesting approaches to research management which are inclusive to women and men alike, and which allow achieving research objectives while enhancing the viability of the research system (organisation);
CRP-Commissioned External Evaluation of Dryland Systems INTERIM REPORT
CRP-Commissioned External Evaluation of Dryland Systems_INTERIM REPORT
Criteria and Indicators of ALS performance
Presentation of training sessions on gender concepts, Criteria and indicators of ALS performance, and Identification of research questions and causal hypotheses based on integrated systems analysis;
Historical extension of operational NDVI products for livestock insurance in Kenya
Droughts induce livestock losses that severely affect Kenyan pastoralists. Recent index insurance schemes have the potential of being a viable tool for insuring pastoralists against drought-related risk. Such schemes require ...
Drylands and Mission Critical Research Areas for the CGIAR. A report to the CGIAR Fund Council from the Dryland Systems Task Force.
Drylands occupy 41% of global land surface and are inhabited by more than 2.5 billion people, living mainly in developing countries with about 16% living in chronic poverty. Shockingly 42% of children less than 5 years of ...
Open Access Explained
This document intends to give scientists, who conduct research under the framework of the CGIAR Research Program on Dryland Systems, a snapshot on the benefits of using Open Access mechanisms to publish their research ...