Decision and Policy Analysis Research Area – DAPA


Climate Change

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Assessing the Impact of Climate Change on Cocoa and Tomato for Jamaica and Trinidad & Tobago

 by Anton Eitzinger

Together with Scientists from the University of the West Indies (UWI), the International Center for Tropical


Ecosystem Services

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San Vicente del Caguán, Colombia’s #1 deforestation hotspot

 by Jhon Jairo Tello

Terra-i numbers point to San Vicente del Caguán as first in the list of municipalities with highest deforestation


Linking Farmers to Markets

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The last guide of a series grounded on the area-based (territorial) approach to rural agro-enterprise development is now available

 by Natalia Gutierrez Martinez

Good Practice Guide part of the series of agro-enterprise publications developed in collaboration with CIAT’s Linking


Impact and Strategic Studies

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Internship: impact assessment of coffee certification in Latin America

 by Martha L. Del Río D.

The International Center for Tropical Agriculture is looking to recruit an intern to support in its impact assessment


Gender

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Including Gender in Nationally Appropriate Mitigation Actions (NAMAs) in the Cattle Sector in Latin American Countries

 by Manon Koningstein

How Nationally Appropriate Mitigation Actions (NAMAs) help enable men and women producers in Latin America to


Data and Information

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Less is More 5Q: Feedback and Accountability in Agricultural development projects

 by Anton Eitzinger

Two years ago, the CIAT received a grant from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation to develop new ideas within


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