Linking research to inclusive development for food security: Facing rural innovation challenges


An ICRA course for professionals involved in facilitating and coaching rural innovation

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Wageningen, the Netherlands 14 Nov – 2 Dec 20 16 (3 weeks)

Researchers must make their work relevant for the inclusive development of involved communities. And agricultural professionals, farmers and their organizations need up to date information on how to most effectively improve food security. This course introduces you to new approaches and tools for designing and managing participation in rural innovation that helps to resolve both problems and find complementary solutions. it enables you to create and support effective partnerships, collaboration and dynamic stakeholder networks to co-create new knowledge for better agri-business deals and higher farmer income. Click here to read more.

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