CLARISA (CGIAR Level Agricultural Results Interoperable System Architecture) Is a web service that helps to transform raw data on CGIAR research and activities into meaningful information that can shape how we work, and reveal what our impacts are on development – on reducing poverty, improving food and nutrition security for health, and improving natural resources and ecosystem services.
In programming terms, CLARISA is a REST-API, which means it is a type of web service that enables computer systems to work together over the Internet. CLARISA enables systems like MARLO, MEL and others to communicate with each other, finds common ground in their data, and produces standardized, aggregated information in the language needed for System-level reports. It works by using control lists of standardized key terms, such as those commonly used by the CGIAR Strategy and Results Framework and the UN Sustainable Development Goals
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CLARISA automates what would otherwise involve some laborious processes – by enabling the systems to communicate with each other it eliminates the need for multiple stages of data entry, and by standardizing and aggregating the resulting information, it allows internal and external users to explore the data from many different aspects using the CGIAR Results
CLARISA allows CGIAR and third party applications to use integrated data(Control List) between centers ,partners and others
CLARISA shares services with strategic partners who collaborate and exposes their tools for the CGIAR Community.
Peer Reviewed Papers
Outcome Impact Case Reports
CGIAR Research Programs
The following numbers correspond to what the CGIAR Research Programs and Platforms have reported during 2018-2020
Lead partners and collaborators
Frequently Asked Questions
CGIAR Planning and Reporting (CGIAR)