Call for stakeholder views on the CGIAR Research Program on Agriculture, Nutrition and Health (A4NH)
Please contact us (see below) if you would like to share views on the A4NH program or any of its projects. We are visiting Bangladesh, India and Kenya soon and might be able to meet you. Otherwise, we can offer a phone/skype interview. We will also be circulating a short survey. We look forward to hearing your views.
In more detail:
An evaluation of the CGIAR Research Program on Agriculture for Nutrition and Health (A4NH) is underway. 
A4NH is a research partnership of 11 CGIAR centers, led by IFPRI, with many other national and international partners.   Information on the evaluation, including the Inception Report and the plans for country visits, is at this link.
The independent evaluation team will be travelling to Bangladesh, India and Kenya over the next couple of months to visit a sample of projects and talk to stakeholders.  If you work with or alongside A4NH (or in a related program) in one of these countries, and have specific views you would like to share with the evaluation team regarding A4NH and its projects and programmes, please contact us to set up a meeting.  
If the visit dates don't suit you, please contact us anyway and we can arrange for a Skype or phone call later.
Bangladesh visit 14-24 March:  Please contact Ms Farha Khan, Farha.Khan[at]cgiar[dot]org
India visit:  mid-April :  Please contact Ms Diana McLean, dm.cornucopia[at]gmail[dot]com
Kenya visit:  late April-mid May: Please contact  Ms Julia Compton, j.compton[at]cgiar[dot]org
Other countries:  Feel free to contact us to set up a Skype or phone chat (Diana McLean, dm.cornucopia[at]gmail[dot]com) if you have views on A4NH you would like to share.   We will also be circulating a short survey for partners and key stakeholders of A4NH worldwide, so watch this space.
All interviews will be in confidence, following standard evaluation practice.
We look forward to hearing from you.  Thanks a lot!
Julia Compton
Team leader, Independent Evaluation of A4NH
Picture credit: Landscape Nepal/ Wim Dam