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Group work on challenges

  1. 1. Group work on challenges Partnership group
  2. 2. 1. Underlying issues? • Coordination among centers • Role and involvement of the national counterpart • Integration • Resource (Funding) • Lack of strategies on how to get partners together • Differentiate categories of farmers typologies • Representativeness • Effectiveness in communication between us and the partners
  3. 3. 2. What do we really want to achieve with partnerships: what type of partnership we are looking for? • Impact pathway • Livelihood • Enhance system research • Improve the science quality • Integration of activities on the ground • Better target of technologies of intervention
  4. 4. Categories of partners • Large spectrum of partners - Research partners (NARS, ARIs) - Policy makers - Development partners (FAO, IFAD, WB, BMGF…) - Delivery partners (extension service, agribusiness, services provider, private sector…) - Clients we are serving Need to allocate their role along the impact pathway!
  5. 5. 3. How to develop effective and efficient partnerships for scaling? Strategies and principles (1) • Empower the partners to participate and have influence in the decision making • Partnership identified based on clear societal need • Definition of responsibility for different partners • Trust in partnership and common shared goals and values • Identification by all partners of the project plan (ownership)
  6. 6. 3. How to develop effective and efficient partnerships for scaling? Strategies and principles (2) Strategies •Credibility and transparency •Mutual respect •Equality •Accountability Principles •IP issues need to be addressed at earlier stage •Partner should fit for purpose and have incentive to participate • Capacity to deliver (complementarity)
  7. 7. 4. What needs to change in the CRP to enable such partnership • More attention to SRT1 on partnership and innovation • Engagement with regional policies on agricultural research and development • Attitude of CG centers towards the partners and vice versa • Sufficient funding to partners • Clarify the role of different partners for budget allocation

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