ACIAR: Research Program Manager Social Systems

The Australian Centre for International Agricultural Research (ACIAR) Research Program Manager (RPM) Social Systems has the opportunity to make a real difference, enriching lives and livelihoods by using social science insights to help achieve more sustainable, equitable and resilient food, farming and natural resource use systems. They will initiate, drive, manage and deliver a diverse portfolio of social science led research projects, working with other programs with social science dimensions and with a wide range of stakeholders across the Indo-Pacific region. 

AFA: Project Technical Consultant

Job Description and Key Responsibilities

The primary goal of the Project Technical Consultant is to develop the “Regional Assessment Report on the Status of CT Recognition and Implementation Mechanisms in the Context of Food Security”. Specifically, he/ she will:

Finalize the report/ study plan, outlining the following:

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FARA: African Development Bank backs young ‘agripreneurs’ to beat climate change

Africa’s youth need investment, not ’empowerment’, to realise the continent’s potential and support food security, says the head of the African Development Bank

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CIMMYT: Junior Communications Consultant, Digital

The Corporate Communications department of the International Maize and Wheat Improvement Center (CIMMYT) is seeking a candidate for a one-year, paid consultancy.

The Junior Communications Consultant, Digital will be based in the organization’s global headquarters in Texcoco, 40 km outside of Mexico City. Because of the COVID-19 pandemic, she/he will start working remotely, but will shift to in-office work once it is safe.

She/he will work full-time in the following duties:

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COP-26—the latest global gathering of parties to the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change—meets in Glasgow this

Crawford Fund: What Can Farmers Do? Farmer-led, science-based greenhouse gas mitigation strategies for Australia and abroad

Momentum is gathering around climate change action. The impact of Australia’s worst summer of bushfires, a changing political approach globally and recent discussions about net zero emissions by 2050 have again focused attention on the issue. It is therefore timely to focus on constructive, solution-based ideas, particularly in agriculture, which in Australia, is already feeling the impact of climate change.  

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IFPRI: Virtual Launch Event at IFAD Innovation Talks

COVID-19 is accelerating the use of digital technology and tools around the world. This trend also provides an opportunity to make complex investment analysis tools more user-friendly and ultimately to promote more evidence-based decision-making among governments. The Agricultural Investment Data Analyzer (AIDA) is the first online tool that uses an economy-wide model to assess the impact of agricultural investments on economic growth, job creation, and household welfare.

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CIMMYT: Maize Breeder – Eastern Africa

The International Maize and Wheat Improvement Center, known by its Spanish acronym, CIMMYT®, is a not-for-profit agricultural research for development organization with partners in over 100 countries. Please refer to our website for more information:

CIMMYT is seeking an innovative scientist, for the position of Maize Breeder – Easter Africa to work in the Global Maize Program.