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Decision and Policy Analysis Research Area – DAPA

Latin America

Terra’s eye on DAPA

Coffee with… Louis Reymondin Together with my team: Oscar Bautista, Jhon Jairo Tello, Paula Paz, Bernadette Menzinger and Ruben Coppus and the lea Read more...

‘Farming is an adventure’: a glance at climate variability in Santander, Colombia

Version en español By Genowefa Blundo Canto & Lisset Perez. Increasing climate variability, drought and lack of agroclimatic information at the lo Read more...

‘El campo es una aventura’: una mirada a la variabilidad climatica desde Santander, Colombia

English version De Genowefa Blundo Canto & Lisset Perez. El aumento de la variabilidad del clima, las sequías y la falta de información agroclimát Read more...

DAPA’s Achievements and Publications in 2014

Undoubtedly 2014 was a great year for DAPA (Decision and Policy Analysis research area of CIAT) if we consider the culmination of successful projects Read more...

Enhancing Development through Cooperatives (EDC): Round Two

On January 12 and 13, 2015, 21 carefully selected individuals and organizations met in Washington D.C. for a second EDC workshop to share ideas and di Read more...

Constructive Criticism: Learning Alliance Members Engage in Participatory Writing Workshop

From August 12 to 15, CIAT lead the third installment in a series of regional Learning Alliance workshops in Estelí, Nicaragua. At this particular mee Read more...

The Return of the State in Agrarian Development and its Contribution to Food Security in Bolivia

  In the 20th century several Latin American countries turned to state control of agricultural production and commercialization to meet domestic deman Read more...

Drylands and Gender – Strange Combination, But You Can’t Ignore It

(Cali, 2014) A revival of the drylands research, policy and practice dialogue is becoming increasingly essential. Gender relations in drylands, includ Read more...

Building Foundations: LINK Methodology Implementation in Haiti

From March 11 to 13, CIAT’s Alexandra Amrein, visiting researcher with DAPA’s Linking Farmers to Markets team, traveled to Les Cayes, Haiti to conduct Read more...

The key to climate-friendly coffee production

While Arabica coffee production has been strongly affected by climate change in Latin America, it has also contributed to greenhouse gas emissions in Read more...

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