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  1. Evaluating Capacity Development: A Case from Agricultural Research

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    Example
    2000

    The paper presents a conceptual framework developed to evaluate capacity development efforts, combining qualitative and quantitative options. It was written in the context of agricultural research and addressed to research managers and PM&E specialists. it provides insights into capacity development processes, besides options for evaluating capacity development programs.

  2. Evaluation of agricultural projects and programs

    Development Theme

    Like other sectors such as health, education or public security for example, the agricultural sector and the activities carried out in its delivery, has its own characteristics and peculiarities. From its infancy around ten thousand years ago, agriculture has been about people – how they respond to their changing environment in ways that allow them to survive, organize, develop technologies, evolve socially, and prosper. Since its modest beginnings, the agricultural sector has become increasingly complex and multi-faceted. The challenge agriculture faces today is how to feed the world population in an equitable manner while protecting the environment from irreversible negative changes.

  3. Monitoring the composition and evolution of the research networks of the CGIAR Research Program on Roots, Tubers and Bananas (RTB)

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    Example
    2013

    This Brief provides an example of how Social Network Analysis (SNA) can be used, in the context of agricultural research. The authors describe what SNA is, and how it was applied, step by step. They also present the findings of a particular network analysis, so readers can understand what types of information a SNA can generate, its pros and cons. In this example, SNA is used as a monitoring mechanism to study the evolution of a research network, and consequently, the evolution of the types of research being conducted.

    For more information on how the SNA was used, and the results, please refer to the full report.