28
Feb
2014

AfricaRice Science Week and GRiSP Africa Science Forum 2014

AfricaRice Interim Director General Adma Traoré welcoming participants of the 2014 AfricaRice Science Week and GRiSP Africa Science Forum.


For more information, please visit www.AfricaRice.org.

Podcast by : R.Raman, AfricaRice; Savitri Mohapatra, AfricaRice

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28
Feb
2014

Feedback - 2014 AfricaRice Science Week and GRiSP Africa Science Forum

Feedback from participants of 2014 AfricaRice Science Week and GRiSP Africa Science Forum.


Podcast by : R.Raman, AfricaRice; Savitri Mohapatra, AfricaRice

For more information, please visit www.AfricaRice.org.
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27
Feb
2014

2014 AfricaRice Science Week, and GRiSP Africa Science Forum

GRiSP Director Bas Bouman gives his impressions of 2014 AfricaRice Science Week and GRiSP Africa Science Forum


For more information, please visit www.GRiSP.net.

Podcast by : R.Raman, AfricaRice; Savitri Mohapatra, AfricaRice
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27
Feb
2014

AfricaRice Science Week and GRiSP Africa Science Forum 2014

AfricaRice Deputy Director General Marco Wopereis reports on the highlights of 2014 AfricaRice Science Week and GRiSP Africa Science Forum.

For more information, please visit www.AfricaRice.org.

Podcast by : R.Raman, AfricaRice; Savitri Mohapatra, AfricaRice
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11
Mar
2013

Helping global rice science make a difference

In a recent essay, Bill Gates says, “You can achieve incredible progress if you set a clear goal and find a measure that will drive progress toward that goal.” He goes on to add “This may seem basic, but it is amazing how often it is not done and how hard it is to get right.”

In order “to get it right,” key scientists from AfricaRice, CIAT, CIRAD, IRD, JIRCAS, and IRRI, who serve as the Theme Leaders and focal persons of the CGIAR Research Program on Rice – known as the Global Rice Science Partnership or GRiSP in short – met recently at IRRI, Los Baños, Philippines, to develop clear pathways from global rice research outputs to development outcomes and impact and establish metrics for monitoring and evaluation.

GRiSP streamlines current rice research for development activities of the CGIAR and aligns them with more than 900 rice research and development partners worldwide to increase rice productivity and value for the poor, foster more sustainable rice-based production, help rice farmers adapt to climate change and improve the efficiency and equity of the rice sector.

IRRI leads GRiSP and activities in Asia, with AfricaRice leading the work in Africa and CIAT the work in the Latin America and Caribbean region. Other internationally operating research organizations such as CIRAD, IRD, and JIRCAS play a strategic role in GRiSP.

To learn more about how GRiSP can make a difference, listen to the GRiSP Theme Leaders and focal persons speaking about their important meeting.

Speakers in the podcast (in order of intervention)

Bas Bouman, IRRI, GRiSP Director

Aliou Diagne, AfricaRice, GRiSP Theme 5 Leader

Frédéric Lançon, CIRAD, GRiSP Theme 5 Leader

Samarendu Mohanty, IRRI, GRiSP Theme 5 Leader

Hei Leung, IRRI, GRiSP Theme 1 Leader

Marie Noelle Ndjiondjop, AfricaRice, GRiSP Theme 1 Leader

Eero Nissila, IRRI, GRiSP Theme 2 Leader

Osamu Koyama, JIRCAS, GRiSP PPMT Member

Alain Ghesquière, IRD, GRiSP PPMT Member/Theme 2 Leader

Takashi Kumashiro, AfricaRice, GRiSP Theme 2 Leader

David Johnson, IRRI, GRiSP Theme 3 Leader

Koichi Futakuchi, AfricaRice, GRiSP Theme 3 Leader

John Manful, AfricaRice, GRiSP Theme 4 Leader

Noel Magor, IRRI, GRiSP Theme 6 Leader

Gonzalo Zorilla, CIAT, GRiSP Theme 6 Leader

For more information on GRiSP, visit http://www.cgiar.org/our-research/cgiar-research-programs/rice-grisp/

Podcast credit : Savitri Mohapatra, R.Raman, AfricaRice

www.AfricaRice.org

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