Monitoring and evaluation results of CIAT-PABRA ISFM and IPDM 2009 -2010  Presented to the ISFM and IPDM Working group rev...
Availability and utilization of M7E data  OUTLINE Monitoring ISFM & IPDM in 2009 -2010 in participating countries: --I...
Breeding for disease resistance : Advanced bush lines with multiple resistance (all market classes) Country  Observation  ...
Advanced climbing bean lines  with multiple resistance (all market classes) Country  Observation  PYT IYT AYT NPT Pre-rele...
BILFA LINES Country  Observation  PYT IYT AYT NPT Pre-release  Released  DUS NS BS Burundi  1 DR Congo  40 20 8 6 DRC Buka...
Summary on breeding for disease resistance Breeding materials Observation  PYT IYT AYT NPT Pre-release  Released  DUS NS B...
Integrated Pest management Country Target pest  Technology option  promoted Burundi  Bean stem maggot  Bruchidae  Actellic...
Delivery of IPM options  Country Farmers Male  Female  Male + Female Burundi  60 140 200 DR Congo (west) 28 19 47 N.Tanzan...
Soil fertility management options Sunhemp ( Crotalaria juncea ) green manure field in Swaziland Country  Target soils Mana...
Delivery of soil fertility options Country  Male  Female  Male+ Female  Burundi  110 190 300 DR Congo  316 174 490 Norther...
Dissemination methods and information A total of 14,999 farmers and stakeholders accessed information on bean improved var...
Dissemination methods and information related to Pests, diseases and  soil fertility  7%  of all farmers , staff and exten...
How do you tell when technologies have been accepted? Example from uganda: IPDM technology combinations adopted/adapted fo...
Observation Picture 1: Farmer Integrating Improved variety + Compost mixed FYM + Row planting to Control Bean Root Rot in ...
Capacity building (National) A total of 27 trainings were carried out in the 8 countries A total of 7,554 people were trai...
Capacity building (national) related to pests, diseases and soil fertility 50 % of  staff, farmers and extensionists train...
Capacity building (Regional)  In the current year 2010, a total of 209 people have been trained ; Over 90% of the particip...
Revision of bean production areas Facilitated expert panel meetings  of  disciplines represented in bean research, private...
Spatial analysis of climatic factors that trigger disease outbreaks Assessing the risk of root rots in common beans in Eas...
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  1. 1. Monitoring and evaluation results of CIAT-PABRA ISFM and IPDM 2009 -2010 Presented to the ISFM and IPDM Working group review meeting At Imperial Royal 5 th to 9 th December 2010 Presentation by : Rachel Muthoni :Roland Muwanika
  2. 2. Availability and utilization of M7E data OUTLINE Monitoring ISFM & IPDM in 2009 -2010 in participating countries: --Integrated pest management through Breeding for resistance & Low soil fertility --Pest management technologies ---Soil fertility management --Delivery and gender implications -- Dissemination methods --Capacity building for ISFM and IPDM
  3. 3. Breeding for disease resistance : Advanced bush lines with multiple resistance (all market classes) Country Observation PYT IYT AYT NPT Pre-release Released DUS NS BS Burundi 5 2 3 9 DR Congo 63 DRC Bukavu 22 Malawi 30 N. Tanzania 12 **Rwanda 125 21 S. Tanzania 3 Uganda Zambia 40 Zimbabwe 12 25 27 91 2 200 Total 115 202 48 91 8 14 5 0 0 209
  4. 4. Advanced climbing bean lines with multiple resistance (all market classes) Country Observation PYT IYT AYT NPT Pre-release Released DUS NS BS Burundi 24 7 3 1 6 DR Congo 63 Malawi 20 N. Tanzania **Rwanda 34 40 S. Tanzania 12 Uganda 2 Zambia 8 Zimbabwe Total 71 34 76 0 27 3 1 0 0 8
  5. 5. BILFA LINES Country Observation PYT IYT AYT NPT Pre-release Released DUS NS BS Burundi 1 DR Congo 40 20 8 6 DRC Bukavu 15 Malawi 75 N. Tanzania **Rwanda 22 S. Tanzania 75 8 Uganda 16 1 Zambia 30 Zimbabwe 134 Total 407 1 8 20 8 7 0 0 0 0
  6. 6. Summary on breeding for disease resistance Breeding materials Observation PYT IYT AYT NPT Pre-release Released DUS NS BS Advanced bush lines with multiple resistance (all market classes) 115 202 48 91 8 14 5 0 0 209 Advanced climbing bean lines with multiple resistance (all market classes) 71 34 76   27 3 1     8 Bilfa lines 407 1 8 20 8 7 0 0 0 0 Total 593 237 132 111 43 24 6 0 0 209
  7. 7. Integrated Pest management Country Target pest Technology option promoted Burundi Bean stem maggot Bruchidae Actellic , ash, chemical products Chemical pesticides, timely planting DR Congo(west) Aphis SP Nezara Viridula Planting time Rotation and fallow N.Tanzania Bean bruchids Foliage beetle Bean stem maggot IPM Timely harvesting Seed dressing Rwanda Fly ophiomia on common beans Mulching, earthing-up pre-soaking Zimbabwe bean stem maggot Bruchids chemical control insecticide control DRC Bukavu BSM Bruchids Bean Root rot Tithonia Intercropping Total
  8. 8. Delivery of IPM options Country Farmers Male Female Male + Female Burundi 60 140 200 DR Congo (west) 28 19 47 N.Tanzania 250 100 350 Rwanda 1 0 1 Zimbabwe 33 47 80 DRC Bukavu 19 23 42 Total 391 329 720
  9. 9. Soil fertility management options Sunhemp ( Crotalaria juncea ) green manure field in Swaziland Country Target soils Management options Burundi Acid soils Poor soils(P,N,K) Use of organic manure Organic &botanical fertilizer Titonia DR Congo Argilo sablonneux Sablo argileux Fallow with manure Rotation and fallow Use of Micro dose of fertilizer Northern Tanzania Clay loam Sandy loam Salty loam Crop rotation Use composed manure Use of cover crop Green manure Reduced tillage Rwanda Clay and sandy soils Agro forestry(calliandra, callot) Chemical fertilizer Organic manure Zimbabwe All soils Rhizobium inoculation DRC Bukavu ISFM P205 FERTILIZER Total
  10. 10. Delivery of soil fertility options Country Male Female Male+ Female Burundi 110 190 300 DR Congo 316 174 490 Northern Tanzania 130 192 322 Rwanda 344 62 406 Zimbabwe 25 20 45 DRC Bukavu 9 12 21 Total 934 650 1584
  11. 11. Dissemination methods and information A total of 14,999 farmers and stakeholders accessed information on bean improved varieties through leaflets, booklets, bean recipes and demonstrations with the exception of electronic media. Of the 14,999 that accessed information through the program in form of printed materials, 7,294(48.6%) were females. Information formats Number produced/carried out Number distributed (%) Leaflets 11,350 6,299(55.5) News paper articles 8 Booklets 2,200 1,980(90) Research briefs 103 100(97.1) Bean recipes booklets 1,971 1,690(85.7) Demonstrations 267 Agricultural shows 27 Field days 31 TV shows 8 Radio talk shows 7
  12. 12. Dissemination methods and information related to Pests, diseases and soil fertility 7% of all farmers , staff and extensionists receiving information and dissemination packets were recipients of information related to pests, diseases and soils. (1100 out of 14 999 farmers, staff and extensionists ) Country Focus number Number disseminated male female total Malawi crop management 1000 850 - - 850 Uganda Varieties & mgt practices 90 - - - Burundi tithonia 100 70 30 40 70 Burundi Isfm, staking 3 - 80 100 180 Total 1193 920 110 140 1100
  13. 13. How do you tell when technologies have been accepted? Example from uganda: IPDM technology combinations adopted/adapted for management of bean root rots IPDM Technology Kabale (n = 97) Bushenyi (n=78) % Males % Females % Males % Females Row planting 2.3 - - 1.6 *NABE 13 & or NABE 14 + FYM/Compost/Green manure + Row planting 51.2 44.4 73.3 49.2 Use of new varieties (NABE 13 and or NABE 14) only 9.3 14.8 6.7 15.9 NABE 13 and or NABE 14 + Compost - - - 9.5 NABE 13 and or NABE 14 + Compost + FYM - - 6.7 4.8 Row planting + FYM - - - 1.6 NABE 13 and or NABE 14 + FYM 2.3 1.9 - 4.8 NABE 13/ NABE 14/ Sugar 31/ Nambale/ Kachwekano/ SCAM/ RWR 719/ Kigoma + FYM/ Compost/ Green Manure + Row planting 20.9 18.5 - 3.2 NABE 13 and or NABE 14 + Compost + FYM + Green manure + Row planting 7.0 13.0 13.3 - NABE 13 /NABE 14 + Row planting 4.7 7.4 - 9.5 NABE 13 and or NABE 14 + Inorganic (NPK/DAP) + Row planting 2.3 - - -
  14. 14. Observation Picture 1: Farmer Integrating Improved variety + Compost mixed FYM + Row planting to Control Bean Root Rot in Bushenyi Picture 2: Root Rot affected Bean Crop in Bushenyi
  15. 15. Capacity building (National) A total of 27 trainings were carried out in the 8 countries A total of 7,554 people were trained under the bean program at national level. 29.7% were female Themes were common across countries; DRC &Burundi: soil management practices, nutrition, and seed systems Malawi: participatory variety selection, plant pathology Northern Tanzania: breeding, marketing, nutrition and seed systems. Number of people trained by gender Total number of people trained (Male + Female) Country Male (%) Female (%) Burundi 120(40.8) 174(59.2) 294 DR Congo(west) 4760(77.6) 1376(22.4) 6136 Malawi 62(81.6) 14(18.4) 76 Northern Tanzania 46(61.3) 29(38.7) 75 Rwanda 1(4.8) 20(95.2) 21 Uganda 232(35.1) 429(64.9) 661 Zambia 40(44.4) 50(55.6) 90 Zimbabwe 52(25.9) 149(74.1) 201 DR Congo –Bukavu 3(37.5) 5(62.5) 8 Ethiopia 159( 183 342 Total 5,475 (69.3) 2,429 (30.7) 7,904
  16. 16. Capacity building (national) related to pests, diseases and soil fertility 50 % of staff, farmers and extensionists trained at national level in Malawi, Zimbabwe, DR(west) and Burundi were trained in topics related to pests, diseases and soil fertility 62 % were women Country Training category Male Female Total % of total trained Malawi plant pathology STAFF 2 0 2 2.6 Zimbabwe agronomy FARMERS 11 36 47 23 DR. Congo (west) soil management FARMERS 4620 1320 5940 96.8 Burundi pest control -tithonia FARMERS & EXTENSIONISTS 60 120 180 79 Burundi management practices – soil fertility & staking options FARMERS & EXTENSIONISTS 25 28 53 As above
  17. 17. Capacity building (Regional) In the current year 2010, a total of 209 people have been trained ; Over 90% of the participants were in markets, M&E, & gender; seed systems and IPDM related themes. Variation in the number of people trained by gender Training themes 2010 at regional level Seed Systems Training for the Great Lakes Region Training on Seed Systems in the Southern Africa Targeting using Bass Model and Social Network analysis, M&E Data Analysis Tools for Market, M&E, gender under PABRA Results Based Management Training Disease Phenotyping Course for Common Bean diseases & introduction of MAS Marker Assisted Selection (MAS) Training Course International Phaseolus Information System (IPHIS) Gender Training Workshop Theme Males Female Total Seed systems 59 20 79 Market, M&E & Gender 60 39 99 IPDM 21 10 31 140 69 209
  18. 18. Revision of bean production areas Facilitated expert panel meetings of disciplines represented in bean research, private public sector, MOA, farmer organizations Representing agro-ecologies in the respective countries Review of secondary data Assessing: variety spread, area under beans, adoption levels,
  19. 19. Spatial analysis of climatic factors that trigger disease outbreaks Assessing the risk of root rots in common beans in East Africa using simulated, estimated and observed daily rainfall data   Andrew Farrow, Didace Musoni, Simon Cook, Robin Buruchara 1     In press.   International Center for Tropical Agriculture (CIAT) Rwanda Meteorological Services (RMS) Probability of rainfall events exceeding 50mm in 3 week post-germination susceptible period. MarkSim simulation locations shown as black circles. White = non-bean areas; grey = excluded according to one or two criteria; yellow = < 20%; green = 20-30%; blue = 30 – 40%; dark blue = > 40%

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