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Capacity Development for Sustainability and Impact: A success story of the Agricultural and Rural Management Training Institute in Nigeria

A success story of the Agricultural and Rural Management Training Institute (ARMTI) in Nigeria demonstrating an effective “Take lead – take off” approach to Capacity for Sustainability and Impact. The Agricultural and Rural Management Training Institute (ARMTI) is a parastatal organization under the Federal Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development …
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Research, Community and Organizational Development Associates (RECODA) Orange-fleshed Sweetpotato Training of Trainers in Babati, Tanzania

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This is a training report on the Research, Community and Organizational Development Associate (RECODA) training of trainers (ToT) course held in Babati, Tanzania. BNFB, in collaboration with RECODA and Sugarcane Research Institute (SRI – Kibaha), conducted a three day training of trainers (ToT) on post-harvesting management, marketing and utilization of orange-fleshed …
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Capacity building in the Monitoring, Learning and Evaluation Community of Practice: What Participants have to say

Capacity building in the Monitoring, Learning and Evaluation Community of Practice

Monitoring, Learning and Evaluation Community of Practice (MLE CoP) started in 2015, with 16 members, drawn from five different organizations. Since then, the membership has grown to 35. The CoP members have diverse backgrounds: agricultural economics, value chains, gender, M&E, public health and agronomy. Its activities and discussions have emphasized …

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Sweetpotato Education, Research and Capacity Development through a CIP-Orissa Learning Site

CIP began systematic research on sweetpotato in 1985. Since then CIP scientists have studied and promoted sweetpotato as a means to help reduce extreme poverty, hunger and malnutrition, to increase food security, and to improve sustainable livelihoods for the world’s poorest and most vulnerable populations. CIP has conducted training and …
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