CCAFS Phase II Capacity Development Strategy
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CCAFS. 2017. CCAFS Phase II Capacity Development Strategy. Wageningen, The Netherlands: CGIAR Research Program on Climate Change, Agriculture and Food Security (CCAFS).
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Capacity development is pivotal to the impact pathways of CCAFS as a whole and the individual FPs, providing the mechanisms whereby increasing abilities to demand, undertake and utilize research lead to sustainable improvements in capacity to manage climate change. Thus the CCAFS capacity enhancement strategy addresses the full ToC cycle, from discovery through to scaling, monitoring and evaluation, as the sub-section below show. CCAFS will work at individual, organizational and institutional levels of capacity development, and with both researchers and research users, including organizations and networks. In Phase I and the Extension Phase CCAFS has undertaken capacity needs assessments at broad-ranging national levels and at more specific levels of particular technological and institutional innovations (e.g. index insurance and GHG inventories). CCAFS is committed to improving its monitoring and evaluation of capacity development outcomes and impacts during Phase II, for example through rigorous ex-post impact assessments.