Agrobiodiversity feb 2014-hanoi


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Agrobiodiversity feb 2014-hanoi

  1. 1. Agrobiodiversity retreats 2010 2011 2012 2013 Self Renewal Accelerating Innovation From 45 to 50 Lean Growth for impact New Innovations Accelerating Delivery Flat, crowded and in a hurry
  2. 2. AgroBiodiversity Retreat 2014 Adding Values Scaling up
  3. 3. The Challenge of feeding 9 billions
  4. 4. General Context Major concerns about meeting global food security under climate change scenarios Globalization of research Big Science Gender equity Donors request for sense of urgency and well defined metrics
  5. 5. CIAT Core Values  Impact orientationResearch and related activities are demand driven, and are monitored and evaluated for social and environmental impact and relevance.  Scientific integrityResearch is carried out with integrity and transparency, and according to an agenda that is socially and environmentally responsible.  Innovation, creativity, diversity, and continuous learningInnovative approaches in research and organizational activities are pursued by taking advantage of gender and cultural diversity, and applying effective approaches for knowledge sharing and learning
  6. 6. Dilemmas for impact Product delivery Research for Future Need
  7. 7. Lean Growth for Impact  Simplify  Scale up  Innovate
  8. 8. CIAT Agrobiodiversity Global Food Security in context of climate change Rehabilitation of degraded lands Discovery 1. Phenomics 2. Biosafety confined infrastructure 3. Cassava Sequencing for breeding 4. Novel hybrid system 5. Accelerating breeding programs Outputs Development Bean, cassava, rice and Brachiaria locally adapted and promoted by public, NGO, and private sector Beneficiaries Products adopted by farmers, value chain Research Outcomes 1000s Delivery Biofortified beans-cassava under abiotic stresses Climate smart forages grass Increased resource use efficiency Food Security Nutrition and health Rural Poverty Sustainability Intermediate Development Outcomes 10.000s Impact 100,000 Millions
  9. 9. Adding Values Creating values  Innovations  Well defined end products for specific regions and specific end users (quality, nutrition, industrial uses, market chain)  Translational research from genomics to closing yield gaps Capturing values  Team integration  Partnerships
  10. 10. Scaling up Development and Delivery of Products Pipelines More integrated activities within the team Better defined products for traits and regions
  11. 11. What is needed?  Targets products by regions  Specific work plans METRICS  3 success stories to present at 50
  12. 12. Cassava and forages Research Challenges Cassava How to address the issues of pest and diseases in LAC and Asia in the context of climate change How to deal with the Genomics and Bioinformatics revolutions? How to incorporate breeding with agronomy to close the yield gap? Expansion and scaling up strategy in Asia Strengthen partnerships in LAC and Asia Define next frontier research Forages Articulate long term scaling up of strategies for dealing degraded lands Linking farmers to value chain Strengthen and expand partnerships in Asia and Africa Define next frontier research
  13. 13. Issues we need to deal with       Individual workplan Metrics of our projects Data Management Standard operating procedures Internal and external communications Fund raising for infrastructure at Hanoi
  14. 14. Simplified workplan
  15. 15. Survey Agrobiodiversity Data Management
  16. 16. Agrobiodiversity Initiatives for 2014  Complete the breeding strategies to accelerate genetic gain and start implementation  Development of a strategy for novel diagnostics tools and pest and disease tracking  Data management and standard operating procedures  Fund raising for infrastructure for Palmira, Nairobi, and Hanoi