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Introduction to Stream 6: Designing, implementing and evaluating research for development impact

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This was presented at FTA 2020 Science Conference. Stream 6: Designing, implementing and evaluating research for development impact

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Introduction to Stream 6: Designing, implementing and evaluating research for development impact

  1. 1. 1 Session Stream Author(s): Stream 6. Designing, implementing and evaluating research for development impact Chairs: Federica Coccia & Brian Belcher 14/09/2020Opening Plenary Session Overview of Conference Sessions
  2. 2. 2 Research for Development Theory of Change
  3. 3. 3 S1. Assessing FTA Research: Tools and Lessons Thursday September 17, 1445 UTC Chair: Brian Belcher 1. Purpose: Review lessons from evaluations of FTA & related research 2. Attention to both methodology and results 3. Three presentations: 1. Theory-based outcome evaluation of FTA oil palm research (Davel et al.) 2. Quasi-experimental impact assessment of land restoration initiative (Hughes et al. ) 3. Integrated Assessment of FTA research (Rouge et al.) 4. Interactive Q&A with Authors 5. Poll of Audience on FTA impact pathways & assessment methods
  4. 4. 4 S2. Quality of Research for Development & Scaling Concepts and Approaches Wednesday September 23, 1445 UTC Chair: Federica Coccia 1. Purpose: Consider how to improve research program design and implementation for greater impact 2. Brief Synopsis of issues from Session 1 3. Keynote: Scaling Science: What can we learn about scaling our impact? Dr. John Gargani 4. Three presentations: 1. Research quality and impact for place based complex research (Coe et al.) 2. A quality assessment framework for transdisciplinary research (Belcher et al.) 3. Stage-gating in One CGIAR (Place) 5. Interactive panel discussion
  5. 5. 5 Research for Development Theory of Change

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