GFAR Update - Special Issue

Steering Committee members begin mobilizing their networks to action

Trinbagonian Impakter: Tech4Agri for the A in STEM

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“After each class, students fill out a short feedback survey on our sessions are.

GCHERA: World Agriculture Prize - Call for Nominations

The GCHERA WORLD AGRICULTURE PRIZE is the international award of the Global Confederation of Higher Education Associations for the Agricultural and Life Sciences (GCHERA). The Prize aims to encourage the development of the mission of higher education institutions in education, research, innovation and outreach in the agricultural and life sciences by recognizing the distinguished contribution of an individual to this mission.

Food Biodiversity: The bottomless well of innovation

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“Loss of biodiversity means we have less opportunities,” says Christian Puglisi, sending off fireflies with his eyes.

Diversified Agri-food Systems: Bastions of biodiversity, nutrition and resilience

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According to The State of the Food Security and Nutrition in the World released last year (SOFI 2018), global hunger

APAARI: Finance Coordinator

The Asia-Pacific Association of Agricultural Research Institutions (APAARI) wishes to recruit the position of Finance Coordinator and seeks applications/expression of interest from suitably qualified and experienced candidates who are citizens of the countries of the Asia-Pacific region.

10th GCHERA Conference 2019

10th GCHERA Conference 2019: Leadership of Agricultural and Life Science Universities for a Sustainable World

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CFS invites feedback on thematic workstreams

The Committee on World Food Security is seeking global feedback on the proposals for the CFS Multi-Year Programme of

GFAR themes 2013: Partnerships for impact

GFAR 2017 Annual Report

GFAR was initially conceived in 1996 as an association of public research organizations, working together with representatives of other stakeholders, to reshape and strengthen national agricultural research systems and to promote research on key themes for greater development impact. Times have changed and the Global Forum has evolved greatly over the last decade, as members have worked together to reshape agricultural research and innovation towards the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).