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  • Sarah Cardey posted a new discussion

    8 hours 53 minutes ago

    FCCM discussion boards and the research group/ GRI - RC

    While I was in Rome, Marzia and I worked on the FCCM website and CCcomdev platform questions that emerged from our conversations in Wageningen. Of particular question for us was how to use the FCCM groups to best effect, and what are the FCCM groups for? We came up with the following. Please do let us know if there are any questions/concerns/discussion about it. FCCM Website and CCComDev The relationship between the CCComDev and FCCM websites: · CCComDev hosts the FCCM website. · CCComDev has a mandate for capacity building and knowledge sharing, while the focus of the FCCM is more on policy advocacy. · This focus will be clarified further through changing some text on each site How do we use CCComDev and the FCCM pages? The focus of the CCComDev news feed is general posts related to rural communication: announcements on events & opportunities (e.g. conferences, training workshops, fellowships, calls for papers/proposals) or articles about rural comdev initiatives, projects, good practices (in the section “comdev stories”). So far, these have been created and maintained by Los Banos. Any contributions to the blog postings are certainly welcome, and would be content that Los Banos could add to the general CCComDev news. For instance, this would be a good space for student contributions and for all universities to share activities that are not under the FCCM umbrella. The FCCM blog (here articles are signed by the author and can be commented) is for news and postings related...

    FCCM Research
  • Cleofe S. Torres posted a new discussion

    22 hours 48 minutes ago

    RCS for Family Farmiing

    Hi, Katie. Welcome to FCCM. We're happy to know that there are now a number of people getting interested to work on gathering evidences re: Rural Communication Services as applied to practical endeavors like family farming. One of my PhD advisees at UP Los Banos, Hassan Mahammad Kamrul, has just completed his dissertation on RCS' role in delivery and adoption of saline-tolerant rice variety in Bangladesh. It has been externally reviewed and soon Kamrul will be happy to post key results of his work. Meantime, we will be capturing some of his significant findings and post them in our FCCM page in the coming days. For others who are currently working on RCS in family farming, we will be happy to hear your experiences. Building up our lessons learned will surely go a long way.

    FCCM Working Group
  • Cleofe S. Torres posted a new discussion

    22 hours 48 minutes ago

    RCS for Family Farmiing

    Hi, Katie. Welcome to FCCM. We're happy to know that there are now a number of people getting interested to work on gathering evidences re: Rural Communication Services as applied to practical endeavors like family farming. One of my PhD advisees at UP Los Banos, Hassan Mahammad Kamrul, has just completed his dissertation on RCS' role in delivery and adoption of saline-tolerant rice variety in Bangladesh. It has been externally reviewed and soon Kamrul will be happy to post key results of his work. Meantime, we will be capturing some of his significant findings and post them in our FCCM page in the coming days. For others who are currently working on RCS in family farming, we will be happy to hear your experiences. Building up our lessons learned will surely go a long way.

    FCCM Working Group
  • Mario Acunzo posted a new announcement

    yesterday

    Welcome to Katie Jarvis

    Dear All, I am glad to inform you that Katie Jarvis, a master student of the School of Agriculture, Policy and Development of the University of Reading has joined FAO Communication for Development (ComDev) Team for a 6 month internship to carry-out a research study on rural communication services for family farming and to assist in the follow-up to the Forum on Communication and Community Media for Family Farming (FCCM). Katie will support the coordination and collaboration of different partners around the FCCM agenda as well as the implementation of the inter-university study on evidence based approaches in ComDev . Katies’ internship will allow to support the FCCM and represents a concrete examples of arrangements to facilitate this process. Mario

    FCCM Working Group
  • Mario Acunzo posted a new announcement

    yesterday

    Welcome to Katie Jarvis

    Dear All, I am glad to inform you that Katie Jarvis, a master student of the School of Agriculture, Policy and Development of the University of Reading has joined FAO Communication for Development (ComDev) Team for a 6 month internship to carry-out a research study on rural communication services for family farming and to assist in the follow-up to the Forum on Communication and Community Media for Family Farming (FCCM). Katie will support the coordination and collaboration of different partners around the FCCM agenda as well as the implementation of the inter-university study on evidence based approaches in ComDev . Katies’ internship will allow to support the FCCM and represents a concrete examples of arrangements to facilitate this process. Mario

    FCCM Working Group
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