59 tools found

  • IMPACT Lite

    ImpactLite is a household survey tool, implemented in OpenDataKit which captures critical data from farming households in regard to generating farm household typologies,...
  • DAPA’s Linking Farmers to Markets Research Group (formerly CIAT's Tool for Ag...

    How can market linkages be achieved through comprehensive processes that promote rural agribusiness development? Finding answers to this question is part of our work as a...
  • Area-based Approach for Rural Agroenterprise Development

    This guide provides the starting point for applying the strategy developed by CIAT’s Rural Agroenterprise Development Project (RAeD), to address the entrepreneurial development...
  • Participatory Market Chain Analysis for Smallholder Producers

    The Participatory Market Chain Analysis Guide was developed as a key step in the ‘area-based approach to rural agroenterprise development’. The guide is based on the principles...
  • Dietary Diversity and Quality Scores

    The dietary diversity questionnaire consists of 2 parts: 1) the part in which the respondent is asked about all the foods (and ingredients) (s)he consumed the previous day and...
  • Tools for Individual Animal Collection

    Ngombe Planner (NP) is a mobile phone based data collection tool used to collect cattle productivity information (milk records), disease incidence and general practices in the...
  • SOFT (Selection of Forages for the Tropics)

    Tropical Forages is a powerful tool for selecting forage species suitable for local conditions in the tropics and subtropics. It is invaluable for agricultural researchers and...
  • Cluster Based Farmer Field Schools

    Farmer Field Schools The Farmer Field School approach allows farmers to learn about alternative crop and livestock management practices and technologies with the aim of...
  • Codes/Dramas for Farmer Learning

    Drama and role plays by community members are used to enable people to communicate to different partners their perceptions of current situations versus desired changes. May...
  • WAT-A-GAME

    Wat-A-Game is a useful tool for bringing together a diverse group of stakeholders to play with scenarios. Because scenario building is presented in the context of a game,...
  • Participatory Companion Modeling

    ComMod is a variation of mutli-agent systems modelling. The main principle of the companion modeling (ComMod) approach is to develop simulation models integrating various...
  • Most Signifiant Change

    Most Significant Change (MSC) is a potentially useful evaluation tool given its simplicity and its use of storytelling to communicate experiences of change, and the who, why,...
  • Plug-in Principle

    Basic principles: Scientific knowledge cannot replace existing knowledge or situation, it only “betters” it. Thus we are ‘bettering’ agents not change agents. The plug-in...
  • Site Selection Guidance for Humidtropics

    It is extremely challenging to formulate and evaluate agricultural development strategies for regions as large and diverse as proposed in the Action Areas, and it will require...
  • TAGMI (Targeting AGwater Management Interventions)

    The Targeting AGwater Management Interventions (TAGMI) is a decision support tool that facilitates targeting and scaling-out of three different Agricultural Water Management...
  • TechFit

    TechFit is designed to be a simple, practical discussion tool appropriate technologies in specific locations and contexts.TechFit supports decision making by systematising the...
  • Slate

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  • International Model for Policy Analysis and Agricultural Commodity Trade

    The IMPACT (International Model for Policy Analysis and Agricultural Commodity Trade) model is designed to examine alternative futures for global food supply, demand, trade,...
  • RUMINANT

    RUMINANT is an IPCC tier 3 digestion and metabolism model for ruminants. The model estimates production of milk and meat, manure production, N excretion, and methane emissions...
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