Feeding the World in 2050: How Human and Institutional Capacity Development
Can Support Agricultural Innovation Systems
• Higher education institutions (researchers, faculty, and students)
• National Agricultural Research Institutions
• Ministries of Agriculture
• Feed the Future implementing partner organizations
• Private sector
Participants will be asked to share best practices and experiences, constraints, and solutions for building human and institutional capacity to support agricultural innovation systems. These discussions will be facilitated by subject-matter experts.
The AgExchange will also draw on and solicit input on recommendations from three recent reports focused on HICD including:
• BIFAD Review Of Strategic Human And Institutional Capacity Development (HICD) Issues And The Role Of USAID And Title XII Under The Feed The Future Program
• APLU’s African Higher Education: Opportunities for Transformative Change for Sustainable Development
• APLU’s Good Practices in Leveraging Long-Term Training for Institutional Capacity Strengthening
A kick-off webinar on November 17 will feature authors and contributors from three commissioned reports and will summarize key information and define important terms to frame the AgExchange discussion. Register for the webinar by clicking here.
Register for the AgExchange here:http://agrilinks.org/agexchange/agexchange-feeding-world-2050-how-human-and-institutional-capacity-development-can