Planned activities
• Establish reference situation / baselines for the action sites to
support systems approaches
• Assess...
Planned activities (cont’d)
• Quantify resource use and associated tradeoffs to optimize
community-level decision making t...
IDOs
1. More resilient livelihoods for vulnerable households in marginal areas
2. More stable and higher per capita income...
Key activities contributing to various IDO research
outputs?
WAS&DS # Activity cluster title IDOs
1 Establish reference si...
What do you want to achieve in the 1st, 2d and 3rd
year cycles?
WAS&DS # Activity cluster title c1 c2 c3
1 Establish refer...
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  1. 1. Planned activities • Establish reference situation / baselines for the action sites to support systems approaches • Assess and monitor biomass and resource flow in action sites • Review past work on dryland systems in the region and draw lessons on successes, failures and gaps in knowledge for sustainable intensification and vulnerability reduction; and evaluate vulnerability and risk management strategies in the action sites • Facilitate effective linkages and knowledge exchange among different actors for improved system productivity and better market access • Develop and test value adding strategies for post-harvest management, processing and use of agricultural produce and by- products including forest products
  2. 2. Planned activities (cont’d) • Quantify resource use and associated tradeoffs to optimize community-level decision making to promote SI and vulnerability reduction • Promote local and regional knowledge generation and exchange for scaling up and out of promising intensification options and strategies • Coordinate and harmonize database management and research methods • Induce intensification and improve resource use efficiency through on-farm testing and evaluation of technologies • Review, analyze, develop and test community-based strategies for resource management including land tenure, seed systems, conflict management, access to market and financial services
  3. 3. IDOs 1. More resilient livelihoods for vulnerable households in marginal areas 2. More stable and higher per capita income for intensifiable households 3. Women and children in vulnerable households have year round access to greater quantity and diversity of food sources 4. More sustainable and equitable management of land, water and genetic resources in pastoral and agro-pastoral systems 5. Better functioning markets underpinning intensification of rural livelihoods 6. More integrated, effective and connected service delivery institutions underpinning resilience and system intensification 7. Policy reform removing constraints and creating incentives for rural households to engage in more sustainable practices that improve resilience and intensify production
  4. 4. Key activities contributing to various IDO research outputs? WAS&DS # Activity cluster title IDOs 1 Establish reference situation / baselines for the action sites to support systems approaches All 2 Assess and monitor biomass and resource flow in the action sites 4 3 Review past work on dryland systems in the region and draw lessons on successes, failures and gaps in knowledge for sustainable intensification and vulnerability All 4 Facilitate effective linkages and knowledge exchange among different actors for improved system productivity and better market access 3,5,6,7 5 Quantify resource use and associated tradeoffs to optimize community-level decision making to promote SI and vulnerability reduction 2,4,7 6 Promote local and regional knowledge generation and exchange for scaling up and out of promising intensification options and strategies 6,1,3,7 7 Coordinate and harmonize database management and research methods All 8 Induce intensification and improve resource use efficiency through on-farm testing and evaluation of technologies 4,1 9 Review, analyze, develop and test community-based strategies for resource management including land tenure, seed systems, conflict management, access to 7,6,5 10 Develop and test value adding strategies for post-harvest management, processing and use of agricultural produce and by-products including forest product 3,1
  5. 5. What do you want to achieve in the 1st, 2d and 3rd year cycles? WAS&DS # Activity cluster title c1 c2 c3 1 Establish reference situation / baselines for the action sites to support systems approaches x x x 2 Assess and monitor biomass and resource flow in the action sites x x x 3 Review past work on dryland systems in the region and draw lessons on successes, failures and gaps in knowledge for sustainable intensification and vulnerability x 4 Facilitate effective linkages and knowledge exchange among different actors for improved system productivity and better market access x x x 5 Quantify resource use and associated tradeoffs to optimize community-level decision making to promote SI and vulnerability reduction x 6 Promote local and regional knowledge generation and exchange for scaling up and out of promising intensification options and strategies x x x 7 Coordinate and harmonize database management and research methods x x x 8 Induce intensification and improve resource use efficiency through on-farm testing and evaluation of technologies x x x 9 Review, analyze, develop and test community-based strategies for resource management including land tenure, seed systems, conflict management, access to x 10 Develop and test value adding strategies for post-harvest management, processing and use of agricultural produce and by-products including forest product x x x
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