This post was originally published at PAEPARD and has been republished with permission.
- Michael Victor (CGIAR Research Program on Water, Land and Ecosystems): Introduction/teaser into the topic
- Meredith Giordano (Principal Researcher and U.S. Representative for the International Water Management Institute – IWMI).): Project synthesis (and its
communications) from a researcher’s point of view
- Peter Ballantyne (head of communications and knowledge management at the International Livestock Research Institute – ILRI): Social learning, participatory comms, tools and processes to create and share knowledge (with some of ILRI’s
- Julian Gonsalves (Senior Advisor for Asia at the International Institute of Rural Reconstruction (IIRR) Philippines): Repackaging research, using ‘write shops’ as an example
- Fisher Qua (Principal Practitioner at Back Loop Consulting): How to use multi-stakeholder
platforms (with the Mekong dialogue as example)
- Juliet Braslow (ex-CIAT, has worked with farmers and rural communities internationally for
the past 10 years): Video to engage farmers as a learning, empowering, and farmer to farmer exchange tool.
- Karen Hampson ( (Regional Program Manager, ESA, Farm Radio International): Using farm radio and mobile phones as a way to reach farmers with research
- Beatrice Makwenda, Head of Policy and Communication for the National Smallholder Farmers’ Association of Malawi (NASFAM) presented:
The uptake and communications
of aflatoxin research findings in Malawi and Zambia (replaced by Fancois Stepman (PAEPARD) due to technical issues)
This last presentation of 10 minutes runs from 2:07 to 2:17 in below video
Management of Aflatoxin in Australian Peanut Industry