CGIAR Research Program on Roots, Tubers and Bananas, Value for Money

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Part of the collection of posters developed for CGIAR Knowledge Day, Nairobi, 5 November 2013

Part of the collection of posters developed for CGIAR Knowledge Day, Nairobi, 5 November 2013

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  • 1. CGIAR is a global research partnership for a food secure future Roots, Tubers and Bananas: value for money Piloting results-based management • Results-based management (RBM) key to give value for money in achieving outcomes • Flagships and their theories of change create RBM framework • Intermediate development outcomes (IDOs) and indicators guide delivery flagships • Genetic gain for target traits and linked metrics guides next generation breeding Example flagship: Raising incomes and improving health and safety at small cassava processing centers Increased consumption of safe and nutritious foods • 3.5 million cassava female • 6.5 million consumers and male producers and to reduce the risks workers increase incomes by associated with 10% with higher proportion unsanitary and poorly of women benefiting processed cassava • 50,000 small processing centers increase profitability by 20% through by-product development This document is licensed for use under a Creative Commons Attribution –Non commercial-Share Alike 3.0 Unported License October 2013 Research Outcomes Intermediate Development Outcomes Delivery flagships Increased productivity Research Products Discovery flagships Small scale processing targeting women More food supply (quality and quantity) Managing and containing RTB diseases More consumption safe nutritious food Next Gen Breeding Combatting vitamin A deficiency with orange sweetpotato Learning and support flagships Higher income and greater benefit captured by women Lower environmental impacts prod. + processing Impacts SLO Increased food security SLO Improved nutrition & health SLO Reduced poverty SLO Sustainable NRM Improved ecosystem services and genetic diversity Development store Supporting policies Theory of change • Women leading role in small cassava enterprises • Value chain and enterprises drivers for technological change • Gender disaggregated preferences for quality traits speeds adoption • Significant health benefits by • ‘Omics’ revolution accelerates improving traditional gari fryers genetic gain • Gender equity with technological • Key quality traits address user needs and ensure adoptability innovation – who will operate • Plant breeders and gender machinery? specialists set up focus groups with women and men experts on processing and quality traits Indicators for IDOs Increased and more gender-equitable income Flagships and theory of change Minimized adverse environmental effects of increased RTB production and processing • Water use reduced by 30% and energy use by 20% in cassava starch processing plants, after re-design of key unit operations (rasping, drying) • Discharge of processing waste into surface water eliminated The RTB business case: A collaborative agenda with partners and stakeholders • Priority assessment: respond to major global trends, development challenges and opportunities • Co-construct and implement flagships with partners • Work with partners to ensure outcomes as well as research products • Balanced portfolio including quick wins, and longer term research outputs • Action research to improve partnerships • Results-based management in achieving outcomes with partners www.rtb.cgiar.org