Strategy and Results Framework
Agriculture in the developing world faces unprecedented challenges. Rising and volatile food prices, coupled with increasing pressure on natural resources, have emerged as severe threats to the world’s poor and hungry. Climate change and variability will exacerbate these threats in the coming decades.
At the same time, advances in science and technology, together with a changing institutional context, offer unprecedented opportunities. Progress in bioscience and information and communications technology is particularly promising. And national organizations in some developing countries have become stronger players while the private sector’s role is expanding.
To overcome the challenges and exploit the opportunities, the CGIAR has undergone reform. A new Strategy and Results Framework (SRF) will, for the first time, allow the CGIAR Centers to function as a unified system, working together to pursue shared goals. The SRF was approved at the ad-hoc Funders Forum on April 7, 2011.
Strategic Results Framework (SRF). 2 pager. March 2011
|Strategic Results Framework. Brochure. March 2011|
|Strategic Results Framework. Full Report. February 2011.|