New publication: Effective project support for international research collaboration

There is growing recognition of the importance of international research partnerships in addressing some of the greatest challenges of our times. With the increasingly complex and fast-changing nature of many development challenges, such collaborations are seen as potential vehicles to deliver solutions and innovation. International partnerships enable researchers to share their knowledge and combine their …

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Improving soil health through CSA: Webinar recap, recording and slides

Efforts to meet the growing demand for food across sub-Saharan Africa has led to unsustainable land management practices, causing soil degradation and weakening agricultural systems. Soil health is key to building climate resilience and can be improved through a range of climate-smart agriculture (CSA) practices. Held virtually on 23 February 2021, GCRF-AFRICAP’s latest research seminar, …

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Women driving AFRICAP’s development agenda

Gender equality lies at the heart of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, which asserts gender equality as a fundamental human right and a necessary foundation for a peaceful, prosperous and sustainable world. Women are not only more affected by the many complex problems of our time, but also possess ideas and leadership to solve …

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Call for applications: Cradle to Grave – A research & programme management workshop series

Are you an experienced research or programme manager who would like to hone your skills in programme design, implementation and close-out? Are you currently involved in other aspects of research but are interested in pursuing a career in research management?* Applications to participate in the ‘Cradle to Grave’ workshop series are now open. Run by …

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