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Presented by Patrick Dugan (WorldFish) at the CGIAR Knowledge Day, Nairobi, 5 November 2013

Presented by Patrick Dugan (WorldFish) at the CGIAR Knowledge Day, Nairobi, 5 November 2013

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    Reduced rural poverty system-level outcome: Progress, achievements, results Reduced rural poverty system-level outcome: Progress, achievements, results Presentation Transcript

    • Reduced rural poverty Nairobi, 5 November 2013
    • Millions of rural poor (<US$1.25 per day) Reduced rural poverty
    • So what are you going to do differently? Synergy • IDOs + SLOs • Place
    • Synergy: IDOs and SLOs Revised Common IDO 1. Productivity SLO 1 Reducing Rural Poverty SLO 2 Improving Food Security 10 CRPs 10 CRPs 2. Food security SLO 3 Improving Nutrition and Health SLO 4 Sustainably Managing Natural Resources 6 CRPs 3. Nutrition 10 CRPs 4. Income 11 CRPs 11 CRPs 11 CRPs 5. Gender & Empowerment 7 CRPs 7 CRPs 7 CRPs 6. Capacity to Innovate 2 CRPs 2 CRPs 2 CRPs 7. Adaptive capacity 6 CRPs 6 CRPs 8. Policies 8 CRPs 8 CRPs 9. Environment 10. Future Options 11. Climate 5 CRPs 4 CRPs 4 CRPs 2 CRPs
    • Synergy: poverty and power Women and poor in leadership positions Higher participation in decision making at household and community levels Income and assets Equitable structures and social norms Resilience and Social, economic and political adaptive rights capacity Increased access to and control over productive resources and services Increased capacity and skills of women, youth and poor More and better livelihood choices for women, youth and poor
    • Synergy: Humidtropics & RTB East and Central Highlands flagship • • • • 78m people 36% < $1.25 / day food insecurity child malnutrition
    • Humidtropics: Diverse agricultural systems Food security and cash crops Banana RTB Potato Beans Cassava Natural resource status Rwanda East-DR Congo Maize Livestock Coffee
    • RTB seed flagship Knowledge and information platform Robust market demand for varieties Capacity development in seed technologies and business model Providing improved seed Seed market intelligence and demand creation Locally adapted tools and protocols for seed quality control On-farm seed quality maintenance and ICM tools
    • Systems diagnosis Mary Mbatia a seed grower showing well sprouted tubers stored in her DLS, Molo, Kenya Photo by Dinah Borus RTB screening potato varieties which fit the system • Strong Market potential • Opportunities for women entrepreneurs • Options for intercropping and intensification • Available varieties don’t tuberize above 18°C Humidtropics innovation to integrate varieties into the system
    • Synergy: CRPs in Bangladesh AAS focal landscape Southern Polder Zone 38m people; 15m <$1.25/day GRiSP, L&F, PIM, A4NH, WLE, CCAFS
    • Synergy: CRPs and Poverty SLO Revised Common IDO 1. Productivity SLO 1 Reducing Rural Poverty AAS GRiSP 10 CRPs 2. Food security L&F 3. Nutrition 4. Income 11 CRPs 5. Gender & Empowerment 7 CRPs 6. Capacity to Innovate 2 CRPs 7. Adaptive capacity 6 CRPs 8. Policies 8 CRPs 9. Environment 10. Future Options 11. Climate A4NH PIM CCAFS WLE
    • AAS – Increasing household income Homestead ponds Banana Homestead livestock Potato Beans Cassava Maize Commercial fish, shrimp and prawns Coffee
    • Pond Productivity benefits 2012
    • Integrating L&F genetics flagship Bangladesh fish supply chains – improving through: – GIFT Tilapia stocks – Genetic management of carp seed supply – Building long-term capacity GIFT genetic gain (Malaysia) >10% per generation
    • Some learning Outcome focus Focusing our Energy Synergies - geography; methodologies Partnerships Nourish what’s working