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Implementing the New Strategic Directions: Medium Term Plan 2010-2012
Implementing the New Strategic Directions: Medium Term Plan 2010-2012
Implementing the New Strategic Directions: Medium Term Plan 2010-2012
Implementing the New Strategic Directions: Medium Term Plan 2010-2012
Implementing the New Strategic Directions: Medium Term Plan 2010-2012
Implementing the New Strategic Directions: Medium Term Plan 2010-2012
Implementing the New Strategic Directions: Medium Term Plan 2010-2012
Implementing the New Strategic Directions: Medium Term Plan 2010-2012
Implementing the New Strategic Directions: Medium Term Plan 2010-2012
Implementing the New Strategic Directions: Medium Term Plan 2010-2012
Implementing the New Strategic Directions: Medium Term Plan 2010-2012
Implementing the New Strategic Directions: Medium Term Plan 2010-2012
Implementing the New Strategic Directions: Medium Term Plan 2010-2012
Implementing the New Strategic Directions: Medium Term Plan 2010-2012
Implementing the New Strategic Directions: Medium Term Plan 2010-2012
Implementing the New Strategic Directions: Medium Term Plan 2010-2012
Implementing the New Strategic Directions: Medium Term Plan 2010-2012
Implementing the New Strategic Directions: Medium Term Plan 2010-2012
Implementing the New Strategic Directions: Medium Term Plan 2010-2012
Implementing the New Strategic Directions: Medium Term Plan 2010-2012
Implementing the New Strategic Directions: Medium Term Plan 2010-2012
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Implementing the New Strategic Directions: Medium Term Plan 2010-2012

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Presentation by Ruben Echeverría for the CIAT KSW 2009

Presentation by Ruben Echeverría for the CIAT KSW 2009

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  • 1. Implementing the New Strategic Directions: Medium Term Plan 2010-2012 Knowledge Sharing Week May 18-22, 2009 18 May 2009
  • 2. Eco-Efficient Agriculture
    • The mission of CIAT is to reduce hunger and poverty and improve human health in the tropics through research aimed at increasing the eco-efficiency of agriculture.
    • Eco-efficient agriculture meets environmental, social, and economic needs of the rural poor by being resilient, sustainable, competitive, and profitable.
    • Eco-efficient agriculture delivers sustainable increases in productivity, enhances competitiveness, and leaves a minimum negative ecological footprint.
  • 3. Medium-Term Plan 2010-2012
    • Agrobiodiversity
    • Tropical Soils Biology Fertility
    • Latin America and the Caribbean
    • Sub-Saharan Africa
    • South-East Asia
    • CGIAR Programs
  • 4. Agrobiodiversity (Program Area Director: J. Tohme)
    • Conserving Genetic Resources
    • Improved Beans for the Developing World
    • Improved Cassava for the Developing World
    • Improved Forages for the Developing World
    • Improved Rice for LAC
  • 5. Agrobiodiversity
    • Conserving Genetic Resources (Program Leader: D. Debouck)
    • Keeping collections up to international standards
    • Making in-trust germplasm available to user communities
  • 6. Agrobiodiversity
    • Improved Beans for the Developing World (Program Leader: S. Beebe)
    • Beans with improved micronutrient concentration
    • Beans and technologies that improve productivity under low input agriculture
  • 7. Agrobiodiversity
    • Improved Cassava for the Developing World (Program Leader: H. Ceballos)
    • Creation and maintenance of genetic stocks to overcome production constraints
    • More efficient genetic enhancement approaches
    • Eco-efficiency of production & processing of cassava
  • 8. Agrobiodiversity
    • Improved Forages for the Developing World (Program Leader: M. Peters)
    • Forage germplasm developed through selection and breeding
    • Forages as high value products
    • Forages integrated into smallholder crop-livestock systems
  • 9. Tropical Soil Biology Fertility (Program Area Director: N. Sanginga)
    • Integrated Soil Fertility Management
    • Sustainable Land Management
  • 10. TSBF
    • Integrated Soil Fertility Management (Program Leader: B. Vanlauwe)
    • ISFM for legume-cereal-based systems in Africa
    • ISFM for cassava-, rice-, and banana based systems in Africa
    • ISFM for conservation agriculture systems in Central America
  • 11. TSBF
    • Sustainable Land Management (Program Leader: J. Huising)
    • Eco-efficient land and soil management practices
    • Options for sustained agricultural production, ecosystem services, and adaptation to climate change
  • 12. Latin America and the Caribbean (Program Area Director: …)
    • Improved Rice (Thematically is part of Agrobiodiversity)
    • Tropical Fruits
    • Decision and Policy Analysis
    • Amazon Ecoregional Program
  • 13. LAC
    • Improved Rice (Program Leader: C. Martínez)
    • Rice germplasm for improving human health and nutrition
    • Enhanced Gene Pools for Irrigated and Upland Rice
    • Genotypic and Phenotypic Platforms for Rice Enhancement
  • 14. LAC
    • Tropical Fruits (Program Leader: A. González)
    • Technologies for improving the competitiveness of smallholder tropical fruit producers
    • Improved market value chain management
    • Technologies for management
  • 15. LAC
    • Decision and Policy Analysis (Program Leader: A. Jarvis)
    • Impact assessment to document and increase the effectiveness of research
    • Managing ecosystem services
    • Understanding climate change to identify adaptation pathways for the rural poor
    • Pro-poor supply chains in dynamic markets
  • 16. LAC
    • Amazon Ecoregional Program (Program Leader: C. Sabogal)
    • Mitigation and adaptation to climate change
    • Adoption of sustainable land use systems in deforested and degraded areas
    • Enhanced benefits from forests for livelihoods and the environment
    • Market value chain for Amazon products
  • 17. SS AFRICA Regional Activities (Regional Coordinator: R. Buruchara)
    • Beans - PABRA
    • Cassava - IITA
    • Forages
    • SSA Challenge Program
  • 18. SE ASIA Regional Activities (Regional Coordinator: R. Lefroy)
    • Cassava
    • Forages
    • Soil Fertility
    • Value Chains
    • Key Partners: Laos, Vietnam, Thailand, China
  • 19. CGIAR Programs
    • PRGA (Program Leader: P. Biermayr based at CIAT)
      • Mainstreaming Gender Analysis in AR
      • Enabling poor rural women to adapt to CC
    • Amazon Program (mentioned under LAC Program Area)
    • HarvestPlus CP (CIAT coordinates)
    • SSA CP (CIAT coordinates a pilot site)
    • Generation CP
    • Water and Food CP & Climate Change CP
  • 20. 4 Great Future Perspectives
    • AFNET >>> CGIAR SOILS PLATFORM
    • BIOTECH PLATFORM – LAC
    • GENDER ANALYSIS PROGRAM – LAC
    • AGRONATURA SCIENCE PARK
  • 21. CGIAR Transformation - Update
    • Legal Establishment of the Consortium (Alliance)
    • Legal Establishment of the Fund (CGIAR Secretariat)
    • Strategy and Results Framework, and Mega-Programs (Alliance)
    • Global Conference for Agricultural Research for Development (GFAR)
    • Accountability in the new System (CGIAR members)
    • Monitoring and Evaluation in the new System (CGIAR members)
    • Systemwide issues (CG Secretariat)

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