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G5 coordination and change project

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by: Dr. Craig A Meisner and Farha Khan …

by: Dr. Craig A Meisner and Farha Khan
Presented at the GBDC Reflection Workshop,November 2013

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  • Dissemination products and advocacy forumsFund Raising: from a GBDC or CGIAR perspective depending on the opportunity (why which is meant inclusion of other centers)
  • Program level support to IRRI, IWMI, and IWM BRAC – will hear from them next.
  • Craig to speak to this slide.
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    • 1. COORDINATION AND CHANGE PROJECT G5
    • 2. Two Key Activities  DISSEMINATION (out and up scaling)  FUND RAISING
    • 3. DISSEMINATION  PROGRAM:  Support to G1-G4  FARMER AND DISTRICT  BRAC: Watershed – farmer communities  BRAC: DOF/DAE (LGED/BWDB?)
    • 4. DISSEMINATION  NATIONAL  Blue Gold- Delta Program – other national programs  Strategy with CGIAR Advisory Committee (CAC)  Exploring mutually beneficial activities with Ministry of Water Resources – WARPO – other Ministries  Taking integration forward with WLE and AAS
    • 5. FUND RAISING Coordination of efforts:  Dissemination activities that may include a funding component  Targeted presentations  Bilateral and multilateral donors  Joint fund raising with WLE/AAS
    • 6. FUND RAISING  So far, fund raising activities are complementary to AAS and/or WLE future plans in the hub/regional program of the Indus/Ganges  Let us know when you are coming to town!
    • 7. • PRODUCPRODUCTS: • Messaging booklet – ‘work in progress’ • Power point presentation (CAC) • Power point presentation for targeted audiences (with one or selected messages) • Animation – expensive but effective • Options resulting from this workshop • Institutional History / Basin Story Others?
    • 8. EVENTS AND PUBLICATIONS:  Reflection workshop April/May 2014  GBDC Polder Forum November 2014  Meetings with CGIAR Advisory Committee  Regular meetings with a potential District Advisory Group (Polder Action Group?)  Seminars with Planning Commission / others?  Biophysical and socio-economic Atlas  Other?
    • 9. THANKYOU FROM THE TEAM

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