Knowledge-Driven Agricultural Development's Workplan Narrative (Oct 2013-March 2014)

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Date Published:
November 29, 2013
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USAID Contribution

The Feed the Future Knowledge-Driven Agricultural Development Project (FTF KDAD) is the mechanism that allows the Bureau for Food Security (BFS) to harness and share best practices, learning and evidence that it obtains from projects, research and innovation labs that it funds. 

The workplan attached is organized by activities that support each project stakeholder. Specifically, it describes activities in support of the Bureau for Food Security, subdivided by knowledge management, communications and traning portfolios, specific activities supporting Feed the Future and cross-portfolio activities; PPL's Learning, Evaluation, and Research Office activities that support immediate needs and scoping discussions, which will evolve in an iterative manner; and the Office of Microenterprise and Private Enterprise Promotion (MPEP) activities, which will continue the work of KDMD and respond to a new MPEP strategy that will be implemented in the near future; and finally, a description of the FTF KDAD Assessment and Learning plans. 

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