The Agricultural Learning and Impacts Network (ALINe) creates innovative, robust, and user-oriented Monitoring, Learning, and Evaluation systems. These result in improved capacity for evidence-based learning and impact across a global network of partnerships in the agricultural sector. ALINe delivers this by drawing on and developing the best technical expertise from the North and South. ALINe was piloted at the Institute for Development Studies and in 2012 the core team joined the strategy consulting company Firetail Limited, complementing their work with a dedicated practice stream.
The Association for Strengthening Agricultural Research in Eastern and Central Africa (ASARECA) is a not-for-profit sub-regional organization of the National Agricultural Research Systems (NARS) of 11 member countries, namely: Burundi, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Kenya, Madagascar, Rwanda, South Sudan, Sudan, Tanzania and Uganda. ASARECA brings together scientists from the national agricultural research institutions of the member countries, national agricultural extension service providers, and other strategic development oriented partners to generate, share, and promote knowledge and innovations to solve common challenges facing agriculture in the member countries.
African Women in Agricultural Research and Development (AWARD) is a catalyst for innovations with high potential to contribute to the prosperity and well-being of African smallholder farmers. AWARD equips top women agricultural scientists across sub-Saharan Africa to accelerate agricultural gains by strengthening their research and leadership skills.
Advancing Women in Agriculture through Research and Education (AWARE) is an initiative by International Programs in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences (IP-CALS) to engage a community focused on empowering women in agriculture. AWARE believes that empowering women as an underserved group holds the greatest potential to make significant impacts in agricultural development.
|Cultural Practice, LLC
Cultural Practice, LLC offers consulting services in international development and assisting implementers, donors, policymakers and practitioners to achieve positive social change. In each assignment, Cultural Practice seeks to understand the client’s needs and the subculture of the client’s organization to provide tailored country and sectoral recommendations. Cultural Practice's approach integrates attention to cultural diversity and gender equality. Analyzing gender relations is central to their approach since differences between men and women affect many aspects of program operations and often influence program success.
|Mann Library, Cornell University
Supporting learning and research in the life sciences, agriculture, human ecology and applied social sciences.