Strengthening partnerships and networks in agricultural research for development.

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Title: Strengthening partnerships and networks in agricultural research for development.
Author: Anandajayasekeram, P., Puskur, R.
Date: 2010-03-16
Publisher: ILRI
Citation: Anandajayasekeram P and Puskur R. 2010. Strengthening partnerships and networks in agricultural research for development. A learning module. (Version 1.0). ILRI (International Livestock Research Institute), Nairobi, Kenya. 400 pp.
Abstract: Partnerships have been and are a cornerstone of ILRI’s implementation framework. ILRI has a partnership strategy to guide the implementation of ILRI’s activities. This module complements this strategy in terms of preparing our collaborating partners to effectively participate and contribute to multidisciplinary, multistakeholder interventions. This module is expected to have multiple uses. One, as a source material for trainings that could be organized at different levels, and two, as reference document to upgrade the knowledge of staff of partner organizations about partnership design and management in R4D projects. The design of the learning module includes guidance notes for potential trainers including learning purpose and objectives for each session; description of the session structure (including methods, techniques, time allocation to each activity); power point presentations, presentation text, exercise handouts, worksheets, and additional reading material. There are also evaluation forms and recommended bibliography for use by future facilitators. The session modules can each be downloaded separately by search in this repository.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10568/809
Status: Open Access
Subject Focus: CAPACITY STRENGTHENING, RESEARCH

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