News & Reports Archive

  • International Partners Workshops held in the Netherlands 2010!

    The Prolinnova International Partners Workshop (IPW) is an annual event that gathers various members of the Prolinnova network. This year, the IPW was successfully held last March 22-26, 2010 at Hotel Nol in’t Bosch in Wageningen, Netherlands. Around forty participants coming from Africa, Asia, Latin America and Europe came to participate.

  • JOLISAA launched!

    The research project “Joint Learning in Innovation Systems in African Agriculture” (JOLISAA) is funded by the European Commission (EC) and led by Bernard Triomphe from CIRAD, France, working together with ETC EcoCulture / Prolinnova, ICRA (International Centre for development-oriented Research in Agriculture), Wageningen University and decentralised networks coordinated in West, East and Southern Africa by University of Abomey-Calavi (UAC) in Benin, Kenya Agricultural Research Institute (KARI) and University of Pretoria (UP) / Institute of Natural Resources (INR) in South Africa, respectively.

  • NGO Statement at GCARD 2010!

    NGO participants in the Global Conference on Agricultural Research for Development (GCARD), 28-31 March 2010, in Montpellier, France, made a statement about the process and content of the consultations and pointed out some gaps. Among other issues, it called for inclusion of farmer organisations and NGOs in governance of agricultural research and development at international, regional and national level. The statement was read out by Assétou Kanouté from PROFEIS-Mali. Dr Monty Jones, the incoming Chair of the Global Forum on Agricultural Research (GFAR), reinforced this call in his closing speech at the conference.

  • Prolinnova International Partners Workshop 2010

    From 22-27 March, the annual Prolinnova International Partners Workshop (IPW) will take place in Wageningen, The Netherlands. This year’s IPW is organized by the Prolinnova international secretariat. The venue is Hotel Nol in’t Bosch (, a small hotel nicely situated in the forests of Wageningen.

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