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Documenting the impact of under-evaluated areas of CGIAR research


The CGIAR Independent Science and Partnership Council’s Standing Panel on Impact Assessment (SPIA) is inviting expressions of interest (EoI) for ex post impact assessments (IAs) of under-evaluated areas of CGIAR research.

Topics for IAs may cover the full range perceived ‘under-evaluated areas of CG research’, which includes irrigation & water management, livestock, agroforestry, biodiversity, policy and social science and natural resource management (NRM).

SPIA is particularly interested in IA proposals examining past CGIAR research outputs in these domains for which there are claims, or evidence – anecdotal or otherwise – of significant outcomes but which are not yet well substantiated. Cases where there is good potential for measuring impacts of more recent innovations will also be considered.

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