Engaging Farmers and Experts in Feedback loops
What is the 5Q approach?
5Q is about asking stakeholders much more frequently about what their needs are and how a specific project can serve them: it’s about reducing the costs and increasing the benefits, you are responsive to emerging opportunities and responsive to the needs of the final beneficiary.
Less is More: ask just 5 simple but smart questions
As opposed to more traditional tools, 5Q acknowledges that all off the learning is happening during the project and that’s when it’s really available. Simple sets of 5 questions form the basis of the methodology.
See the full interview with 5Q Scientists from CIAT.
Authors: Mona Bartling and Anton Eitzinger