Partnerships & Impact

ICRAF hosts gender workshop in South Asia

ICRAF hosts gender workshop in South Asia

The aim of the training was to give the participants a better understanding of gender concepts and gender analysis tools and frameworks, with a focus on agroforestry research.

First-ever ICRAF gender strategy endorsed by the Board

First-ever ICRAF gender strategy endorsed by the Board

After more than a year’s worth of consultations, workshops, and research, ICRAF’s first-ever gender strategy has been endorsed by the Board of Trustees.

ICRAF and Zambia extend partnership

ICRAF and Zambia extend partnership

ICRAF and the government of Zambia have signed a Memorandum of Understanding that commits them to at least another five years of partnership.

Debating agroforestry's role in Indonesia

Debating agroforestry's role in Indonesia

Agroforestry’s role in Indonesia was the subject of a panel discussion held during the World Agroforestry Centre’s annual Science Week conference in Bogor, Indonesia in September.

Gender in Agroforestry: A special issue of the International Forestry Review

Gender in Agroforestry: A special issue of the International Forestry Review

A special issue of the International Forestry Review considers the interplay between agroforestry and gender.



Partnerships & Impact Directorate

The World Agroforestry Centre (ICRAF) partners with a wide range of organizations to ensure that breakthroughs in agroforestry science are adopted and brought to scale throughout the developing world. Without robust and effective partnerships, even the most groundbreaking innovations will fail to reach the smallholder farmers whose livelihoods ICRAF’s research aims to transform.  

The Partnerships & Impact Directorate, which is headed by Dr. Margaret Kroma, is responsible for guiding and managing those partnerships, as well as working to scale up - and monitor - ICRAF's impact on farms and in forests across the developing world. 

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