Key note Address by Jaqueline Ashby, International Potato Center (CIP)

Theme 1: Concepts and methods in innovation systems approaches

Lead paper : Conceptual challenges for socially-inclusive innovation in India's drylands

Paper1: From research outputs to developmental outcomes: A framework for fostering innovation in livestock systems

Paper2 : Application of the Agriculture Science and Technology Innovation (ASTI) methodology to analyze Noni (Morinda citrifolia) Innovation system in Samoa and Tuvalu

Paper3 : Assessment of script and script-less participatory video and its usefulness for local seed system development in Bangladesh

Theme 2: Building and maintaining partnerships in innovation

Lead paper : Establishing and managing multi-stakeholder partnerships for innovation and adoption: insights from the Northern River Dairy Industry, Australia

Paper 1 : Developing innovation capacity through effective research and development partnerships: a case study of moving from subsistence cattle raising to market-oriented beef production in Ea Kar, Daklak, Vietnam

Paper 2 : Facilitating a multi-stakeholder learning alliance: a case study describing the activities, outputs and impact of the pig systems development alliance in Laos

Paper 3 : From technology transfer to a multiple actor perspective: learning change on fodder use for poor livestock keepers in India

Theme 3: Strengthening adaptive capacities through local innovation processes

Lead paper: Scaling up integrated floodplain management through adaptive learning networks

Paper 1: Promotion of Land to Lab approach

Paper 2: Engaging stakeholders through participatory research on farmer innovations on the use of predatory ants to manage pests in Papua New Guinea

Paper 3: Experiences and challenges in supporting agricultural development in the south-eastern Pacific

Theme 4: Private-sector engagement for market-oriented innovation

Lead paper: Missed opportunities? Targeting agribusiness for pro-poor innovation in remote and disadvantaged rural areas

Paper 1: Capacity building based on local risk mitigation strategies and value chain analysis may lead to better management of food-borne disease

Paper 2: Spicing up the deal: strengthening the value chain of high impact commodities through innovative partnerships

Paper 3: Sustainable learning for innovation in market systems: making learning work for the poor

Theme 5 and 6 :Building capacity and mainstreaming innovation systems approaches /Policy dialogue and institutional change to support pro-poor innovation

Lead paper 1: Asking the right question at the right time for facilitating the capacity development for pro-poor agricultural research and development Bangladesh

Lead paper 2: Use of practical examples from CABI, a science based organization, to illustrate how innovation systems approaches may facilitate impact

Paper 1: Implications of the innovation system perspective for agricultural extension in Vietnam

Paper 2: Use and institutionalisation of participatory crop improvement processes in India and Nepal: examples of institutional change to support pro-poor innovation

Paper 3: Mission impossible? Pro-poor innovation that is socially equitable, gender fair, and environment friendly

Paper 4: How and why the big should learn from the small: insights on policy dialogue and innovation capacity in System of Rice Intensification in India