We also publish books and guides, we have listed them below.
Our books and guides
Knowledge in Action
At Wageningen University & Research we want our knowledge and insights to create a major impact on society. Therefore we strive to increase the value of our knowledge. Our experts at Wageningen Centre for Development Innovation create this value by bringing knowledge into action.
This brochure gives you an overview of our five action lines, supported with two examples each, in which our inspired and committed experts support various parties worldwide in creating inclusive and sustainable food systems.
This guide is meant to help leaders, managers, decision-makers, M&E staff and other development practitioners navigate their organizations and development initiatives more effectively towards sustainable development impact. It provides ideas, theories and tools.
The MSP Guide: How to design and facilitate multi-stakeholder partnership
The guide has been written for those directly involved in MSPs to provide both the conceptual foundations and practical tools that underpin successful partnerships. What's inside draws on the direct experience of Wageningen Centre for Development Innovation staff in supporting MSP processes world-wide.
This Guide summarises methods that can be used to facilitate the process of reflection on the knowledge and experiences people acquire during a capacity development trajectory or learning process of an MSPs.
Wageningen Centre for Development Innovation (WCDI) aims to strengthen capacity for sustainable development through projects, advisory services, action research and short courses for professionals. WCDI is part of Wageningen University & Research (WUR) and our work is based on WUR’s mission to explore the potential of nature to improve the quality of life. Take a look at our Course Calendar 2020.
WUR Climate Magazine
This magazine features background stories about the research being done at Wageningen University & Research into the impact of climate change and possible solutions for mitigation and adaptation.
These quick scans, commissioned by the Farmer Income Lab, are part of a wider research effort looking at, “What are the most effective actions that lead buyers can take to enable smallholder farmers in global supply chains to meaningfully increase their incomes?”