The Knowledge Support Program (KBSP) is an online course that brings together tools, processes and case studies which can help knowledge brokers mainstream climate change and future uncertainty into their program. By integrating climate change and future uncertainty, knowledge brokers can increase the likelihood of the long-term success of their programs.
I have over 20 years of experience in international development programmes solving complex problems and enhancing livelihoods. As a practitioner working in CSIRO, my work has focused on providing technical support and managing projects focused on agricultural innovation systems, pro-poor value chains in agricultural and fisheries, gender integration, and climate adaptation decision-making. My core skills include capacity building, participatory planning and implementation processes, and innovation and partnership brokering. I have worked in Mozambique, Angola, Ghana, South Africa, Vietnam, India, Bangladesh, Australia and New Zealand.