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Women’s perspectives on integrated approaches for successful PPP: the experience of the Learning Route in Laos PDR
The second edition of the Learning Route  “Pro-Rural Poor Public and Private Partnership in Lao PDR, Best practices and successful strategies in Attapeu Province seen through women’s eyes” ended successfully on the 10 th of May. During the 5 days event the 20 female participants experienced field visits, discussions and analysis sessions that resulted in the development of action...
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Pro-Rural Poor Public and Private Partnership in Lao PDR. Learning from best practices and successful strategies in Attapeu Province.
From the 25 February to the 1st of March, the Learning Route on  Pro-Rural Poor Public and Private Partnership  took place in Attapeu province, Lao PDR. Farmers and staff from IFAD programme and projects in Lao PDR found in the LR an opportunity to learn from successful experiences in small rural business developed in the frame of Public and Private Partnerships and supported by...
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6th Knowledge and Learning Market: Value chains demystified
   Levelling off the participants of the 6th Knowledge and Learning Market of the International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD) was the session on demystifying value chains towards a market-driven IFAD impact pathway. Majority of the KLM6 participants were the implementers of IFAD-funded grant and investment programs with the government of the Philippines.  ...
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Observations on Gender Sensitive Training Planning and Delivery
In December 2011, APMAS conducted a training workshop on "Training Delivery Skills” in Bangkok. The workshop was offered to professional trainers, service providers and IFAD staffs who conduct trainings in their jobs, in order to improve their training planning and delivery skills. The workshop offered a unique and effective approach of learning by doing. Participants were asked to prepare a 20...
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IFADAsia: Building our community through ratings & comments
You may have noticed that with each type of user-created content in IFADAsia, we tell you how many comments have been made about it, and also display the star rating. I just wanted to add a few words about why this is there, why it's important, and how useful it can become for our community.   Undoubtedly social media has many benefits - it's democratic, cheap and makes communication...
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