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Successful water management
Influencing irrigation policy in India
The news about water isn’t all doom and gloom. The International Water Management Institute (IWMI) and its partners have positive stories to tell about how new thinking and creative management have helped share supplies and use them more efficiently.
Green Ink was invited to help tell these stories in short Powerpoint presentations. Science writer Adam Barclay worked with graphic designer Paul Philpot to choose the words and images that would drive the messages home for a policy audience.
“We have been very happy with the work of Green Ink. Everyone was very fast and efficient and the work was well done and creative.”
Joanna Kane-Potaka, Head of Communications, IWMI
Making the case for reform
The centrepiece of the reform process undertaken by the Consultative Group on International Agricultural Research (CGIAR) is its new strategic results framework – a document that sets out the desired outputs and outcomes of CGIAR research and how these will be monitored and evaluated.
Green Ink worked with the Chair and other senior members of the CGIAR Alliance to develop a series of Powerpoint presentations introducing the context of CGIAR reform and a first draft of the framework to stakeholders. The presentations were made at the 2010 Global Conference on Agricultural Research for Development (GCARD).
“All my thanks for your flexibility and willingness to help us.”
Anne-Marie Izac, Chief Alliance Officer, CGIAR Alliance