We are is pleased to announce the release of the new CIARD website, designed with a fresh new look and user-friendly navigation, updated with the latest information about CIARD and the CIARD Community. This website is the result of the work done by the members from FAO, GFAR, CTA and CGIAR has held discussions on functionalities and interoperability between CIARD and the CIARD RING/AIMS websites over the past 6 months according to the recommendations of the Global CIARD Consultation (6-8 May 2013 : Addis Ababa, Ethiopia).
One of the main goals was to build a user-friendly and simple to navigate site. The new design allows the users to quickly find the contents thanks to its low hierarchical structure. The new website provides to visitors with an easier way to learn about what CIARD does, why we do what we do, and how to get involved. New information will be added on a regular basis, and feature a newsletter four times per year that will present information on current topics related to the community.
As a member, you can contribute content and participate. CIARD members have many ways to share knowledge on open agricultural knowledge, so Join today to get started!
We welcome individuals who share the vision of open agricultural knowledge serving to reduce poverty and hunger. You may have ideas and practices to share with the community, or you may want help to open your agricultural knowledge.
CIARD provides an open and free space to exchange ideas, suggestions, questions, solutions around the core areas of open agriculturalknowledge.
Register at CIARD at http://www.ciard.net/user/register