Symposium Papers

Conceptual challenges for socially inclusive innovation in India's drylands

- Rajeswari Raina

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

- Ranjitha Puskur, Carlos Quiros, Iain Wright

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

- Viliamu Iese and Mary Taylor

Assessment of scripted and script-less participatory video on usefulness for local seed innovation system in Bangladesh

- Ataharul Chowdhury and Michael Hauser

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

- Jess Jennings, Lindy Brown, Judy Henderson, and Trevor Rose

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

- Truong Tan Khanh, Werner Stur and Nguyen Van Ha and Allan Duncan

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

- Werner Stur, Phonepaseuth Phengsavanh, Anne Stelling and Joanne Millar

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

- V L Prasad, PG Bezkorowajnyj, TS Vamsidhar Reddy, Tesfaye Beshah

Scaling up integrated floodplain management through adaptive learning networks

- Parvin Sultana and PaulThompson

Promotion of Land to Lab approach: a case study Peermade Development Society, Idukki, Kerala

- T.J James, Dr Hubby Mathew and Pramod Chako

Experiences and challenges in supporting agricultural development in the south-western Pacific

- James Barringer, Will Allen, Dave Leslie

Engaging stakeholders through participatory research - farmer innovations on the use of predatory ants for pest management in Papua New Guinea

- Sim Sar, Christine King, Elske van der Fliert, Redley Opasa, Ana Appa, Michael Atoai and Tryia PapayaÂ

Missed opportunities? Targeting agribusiness for pro-poor Innovation in remote and disadvantaged rural areas

- Tiago Wandschneider

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

- Asif Bin Qutub, Rameswar Deka, Dilip Sarma, Derek Baker, William Thorpe, Delia Grace

Strengthening cardamom and ginger value chains in eastern Nepal

-Sanjay Karki, Josh DeWald and Keith Polo

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

- Luis Ernesto (Lucho) Osorio-Cortes

Asking the right question at the right time for facilitating the capacity development for pro-poor agricultural R&D in Bangladesh

- Noel P Magor and Ahmad Salahuddin

Use of practical examples from CABI, a science based organization, to illustrate how more impact may be gained from research based knowledge

- Romney D, Efa N, Karanja D, Agwanda C, Kuhlman U, Page S, Kimani M, Musebe R, Day R and Boa E.Â

Implications of the innovation system perspective for agricultural extension in Vietnam

- Iven Schad, Andreas Neef, Volker Hoffmann

Use and institutionalisation of process innovations: participatory crop Improvement processes in India and Nepal

- Czech Conroy

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

- Rameswar Deka, Asif bin Qutub, M Islam Barbaruah, Amos Omore, Steve Staal, Delia Grace

Can the big learn from the small? Insights on policy dialogues and innovation capacity in SRI in India

- C. Shambu Prasad