The Co-Fish website was created to provide an inter-active knowledge platform to support the fisheries sector in west Africa. The website was designed by Inkwell (www.inkwell.ie) and developed along with Co-Capacity, and Data Tailors (www.co-capacity.org / www.datatailors.com)
Europe's Forum on International Cooperation (EUFORIC) is a not-for-profit cooperative of development organizaitons. Rua Design worked on customizing the design and layout of Wikis and Blogs for EUFORIC, and EUFORIC members; the Bernard van Leer Foundation, Farming Matters, ICCO.
A set of five training modules comissioned by CTA and developed along with DigitalOrange and R. van Raffe. The Priority Information Themes methodology is presented in a story-type format.
CARIS is the Current Agricultural Research Information System. CARIS was created by FAO in 1975 to identify and to facilitate the exchange of information about current agricultural research projects being carried out in - or on behalf of - developing countries. The interface to the CARIS website search facility was redesigned.
Spillane Research Group Wiki
The Spillane Research Group is a life-sciences research lab based in Cork, Ireland. This Wiki system is intended to help the group work together as a research team and allows all research group members to contribute to the development of a dynamic wiki space to facilitate their work.
This website provides access to radio program packs whcih can be downloaded, re-packaged and broadcast by local radio stations in African, Caribbean and Pacific countries (ACP). The Rural Radio Resource Packs cover a variety of topics related to agriculture and rural development.
A CD-ROM on BIO-EARN's policy research and outreach activities. The CD contains considerable knowledge built up over 7 years on issues relating to Biotechnology, Biosafety and Biotechnology Policy Development in developing countries.
New website. Simple design with light use of graphics so that the website can be accessed worldwide. Adheres to organizations own design and coding standards.