International conference on Agri-Chains and Sustainable Development: Linking local and global dynamics

PIM is co-organizing (with CIRAD and other partners) the international conference on Agri-Chains and Sustainable Development: Linking local and global dynamics (AC&SD 2016) to be held on 12-14 December 2016 in Montpellier, France. AC&SD 2016 will bring together participants from multiple world regions to discuss the role of agricultural value chains in implementing global and local frameworks and partnerships >> Read more

IFPRI/PIM team receives World Bank Group, SVRI Award for Innovations to Prevent Gender-Based Violence

Adapted from the original World Bank post PIM is excited to congratulate our current and former IFPRI colleagues Akhter Ahmed, Melissa Hidrobo, John Hoddinott, and Shalini Roy with the reception of the Award for Innovations to Prevent Gender-Based Violence from the World Bank Group and nonprofit Sexual Violence Research Initiative (SVRI). They were among nine teams from >> Read more

Webinar: Collecting sex-disaggregated agricultural data through surveys

Date: April 21, 2016, 1pm-2:30pm EST PIM Gender team members Cheryl Doss and Caitlin Kieran invited participants to discuss how the "Standards for collecting sex-disaggregated data for gender analysis" drafted by PIM in 2014 have been used to date, with a specific focus on lessons learned by CGIAR centers and external partners. 

PIM at the GCARD3 Global Event

The GCARD3 Global Event held in South Africa during 5-8th April 2016, a culmination of the third Global Conference on Agricultural Research for Development (process taking place in 2015-2016), brings together agricultural scientists and development practitioners to set new research and investment priorities for the global agri-food science community. GCARD3 is jointly implemented by GFAR (the Global Forum on Agricultural Research) and CGIAR with support >> Read more

Testing a new approach to drive inclusive business in Peru

Originally posted on the DAPA blog CIAT (International Center for Tropical Agriculture) has worked successfully for many years on the development of models for inclusive business culminating in the LINK method. Though this work we collaborate with a range of partners to support the design and testing of novel, more inclusive approaches to agribusiness with the end goal of >> Read more