IFAD: 50x2030 Research Grant Competition (2022)

Call for Proposals: 50x2030 Research Grant Competition (2022)

The 50x2030 Initiative is sponsoring its second competition for novel research projects that use 50x2030 data. Small grants – from US$ 1,000-8,000 – will be issued for projects that employ 50x2030 survey data to generate practical research that can be applied to national policymaking, program (re)design or investment decisions. The Initiative will then feature outputs of the supported research at the Global Data Use Conference in November 2022 and through other outlets.

Radio dramas spark conversations and challenge gender norms


Farm Radio International Once a week, families in western Burkina Faso gather around the radio to hear the fictionali

Joining forces to promote gender transformative approaches


By: Hajnalka Petrics What if your diet was lacking proteins – because fish and eggs are considered fit for men, but n

CGIAR Launch event: Open for business – Pathways to strengthen CGIAR’s responsible private sector engagement

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Partner in GFAR, CGIAR will launch the following special report: Open for business – Pathways to strengthen CGIAR’s responsible private sector engagement on 12 April.

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USAID: Nutrition-Sensitive Agriculture Design Guide Training of Trainers Workshop

Are you interested in leading your activity team to design stronger nutrition sensitive agriculture activities?

WRF Webinar: Rural women and cooperativism

The WRF, together with six participating member organisations, will organise the first seminar of the series Rural Women and Cooperativism on 24 March. Three experiences of women's farming groups or cooperatives from Central Africa, South America and Asia will be presented.  

The Rural Women and Cooperativism virtual exchange cycle aims to promote the catalytic role of association and cooperativism in the economic empowerment and resilience building of rural women.

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APFP: Forgotten Foods Cooking Contest

For centuries, people in Asia and the Pacific have been growing and consuming a wide variety of highly nutritious foo