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Vicki Wilde

CGIAR Gender and Diversity Program

Program Leader 

jeudi 7 février 2008

c/o ICRAF, P O Box 30677-00100, GPO Nairobi

Objectifs :

The purpose of the Gender and Diversity Program is to help the CGIAR Centers leverage their rich staff diversity to increase research and management excellence. We promote such activities as diversity-positive recruitment, international teamwork, cross-cultural communications and advancement for women.—The Consultative Group on International Agricultural Research (CGIAR) is a strategic alliance of countries, international and regional organizations, and private foundations supporting 15 international agricultural Centers, that work with national agricultural research systems and civil society organizations including the private sector. The alliance mobilizes agricultural science to reduce poverty, foster human well being, promote agricultural growth and protect the environment. The CGIAR generates global public goods that are available to all.—Our Vision-By 2008, Future Harvest Centers will be models of excellence for attracting and leveraging global staff diversity. Each Center will provide an inclusive work environment that endows all its staff with opportunity, dignity and well-being, empowering both women and men to fully contribute to fulfilling the CGIAR mission.-Our values-All of G&D’s work is guided by four integrated values of diversity management—inclusion, opportunity, dignity and well-being.-Our Mission-To work in partnership and trust with the Future Harvest Centers to empower all staff, diverse in professional discipline, nationality, gender, race, culture, ethnicity, language, age, religion, sexual orientation, and physical capability to build greater diversity and to fully leverage that diversity for global impact.

Actions financées :

The CGIAR has five areas of focus- • Sustainable production (of crops, livestock, fisheries, forests and natural resources)- • Enhancing National Agricultural Research Systems NARS (through joint research, policy support, training and knowledge-sharing)- • Germplasm Improvement (for priority crops, livestock, trees and fish)- • Germplasm Collection (collecting, characterizing and conserving genetic resources - the CGIAR holds in public trust one of the world’s largest seed collections available to all)- • Policy (fostering research on policies that have a major impact on agriculture, food, health, spread of new technologies and the management and conservation of natural resources)

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