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Through collaboration with the commodity-focused CGIAR Research Programs, CCAFS is helping to set the agenda for the next generation of climate-smart crops and animals. Likewise, collaboration with systems-focused CGIAR Research Programs is helping to bring about system-wide, as well as on-farm, adaptation.

Outside of CGIAR, the Climate-Smart Agricultural Practices team collaborates with major bilateral agencies facilitating CSA investment and implementation (starting with GACSA, African CSA Alliance, Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations,  World Bank, USAID IFAD, DFID) to develop the tools needed to prioritise, plan and bring CSA practices to scale across landscapes, countries, regions and  the globe.  Regional bodies involved in CSA implementation include Africa Union, NEPAD, ECOWAS, COMESA in Africa, APAN in SE Asia, CAC and IICA in LAM.

Flagship 1 also collaborate with the International Institute of Rural Reconstruction, the University of Leeds, the University of Maine, University of Ireland-Galway and numerous local-level partners who play a pivotal role on the ground in Climate-Smart Villages.

These partners help us to develop the tools needed to prioritize, plan and bring climate-smart agricultural practices to scale across landscapes, countries, regions and the globe. Involving these partners directly in the formulation of research questions and generation of evidence on what works is a key strategy for achieving impact.  

Partenaires

Partenaires Régions Type Axes thématiques
Universidad del Valle (UNIVALLE) Latin America Academic Institution Climate-Smart Technologies and Practices
Universidad Nacional Agraria La Molina Latin America Academic Institution Climate-Smart Technologies and Practices, Climate Services and Safety Nets
Universidad Politecnica de Madrid (UMP) Academic Institution Climate-Smart Technologies and Practices
Universidade Eduardo Mondlane (UEM) Academic Institution Climate-Smart Technologies and Practices
Université de Ouagadougou West Africa Academic Institution Climate-Smart Technologies and Practices, Low Emissions Development
Universitiy of Eastern Finland Academic Institution Climate-Smart Technologies and Practices, Low Emissions Development
University for Development Studies (UDS) West Africa Academic Institution Climate-Smart Technologies and Practices
University of Abobo-Adjamé West Africa Academic Institution Climate-Smart Technologies and Practices
University of Abomey Calavi (UAC) West Africa Academic Institution Climate-Smart Technologies and Practices
University of Adelaide Academic Institution Climate-Smart Technologies and Practices
University of Birmingham Academic Institution Climate-Smart Technologies and Practices
University of Bonn Academic Institution Climate-Smart Technologies and Practices
University of British Columbia (UBC) Academic Institution Climate-Smart Technologies and Practices
University of California, Davis (UC Davis) Academic Institution Climate-Smart Technologies and Practices
University of Cape Town (UCT) Academic Institution Climate-Smart Technologies and Practices
University of Chicago Academic Institution Climate-Smart Technologies and Practices
University of Clemson Academic Institution Climate-Smart Technologies and Practices
University of Copenhagen (UC) Academic Institution Climate-Smart Technologies and Practices
University of Dar es Salaam East Africa Academic Institution Climate-Smart Technologies and Practices
University of Florida (UF) Academic Institution Climate-Smart Technologies and Practices, Climate Services and Safety Nets
University of Ghana West Africa Academic Institution Climate-Smart Technologies and Practices, Low Emissions Development
University of Greenwich Academic Institution Climate-Smart Technologies and Practices
University of Helsinki Academic Institution Climate-Smart Technologies and Practices, Low Emissions Development
University of Hohenheim Academic Institution Climate-Smart Technologies and Practices, Climate Services and Safety Nets, Low Emissions Development
University of Hull Academic Institution Climate-Smart Technologies and Practices

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