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One of the main objectives of ASSAR is to turn research evidence into impactful use. This video features students from Ghana explaining how RiU has shaped their research perspective.
A short film of interviews with PhD and Masters students who participated in a RiU (Research into Use) workshop at the University of Ghana in 2015. They explain their study areas, the relevance the research has for them and the stakeholders involved.
In this brief we describe the processes undertaken during our TSP workshops in Wa (June and November 2016), including the possible responses and actions brainstormed by the participants that could pave the way to greater agricultural and food security in the region.
A workshop organised by the ICRISAT, one of ASSAR's partners in West Africa, has sought to foster greater synergy between research and policy on climate change adaptation and food security in Mali.
Amadou Sidibe, recently attended a workshop organised by Oxfam in Dakar, Senegal, where he presented the ASSAR research experience in Ghana and Mali with a specific focus on the research-into-use dimension. Here he shares some of his insights.
The ASSAR Ghana team recently developed and held an intra- and interschools competition, titled the Climate Adaptation through Youth Innovation (CATYI) Competition.
The TSP process was used in the Upper West Region of Ghana to facilitate an inclusive participatory methodology to explore the potential of agriculture in the region.
In Mali stakeholders gathered together to create scenarios that asked: “What should agriculture and food security look like by 2035 to support livelihood improvement in Koutiala, under conditions of climate change?”
During the month of June, the ASSAR research team celebrated the publication of five new journal articles based on their findings in Southern Africa, West Africa, East Africa and India. Find them all here.