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Lynam drylands science meeting
Lynam drylands science meeting
Lynam drylands science meeting
Lynam drylands science meeting
Lynam drylands science meeting
Lynam drylands science meeting
Lynam drylands science meeting
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Lynam drylands science meeting

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  • 1.  Value Proposition  Systems Framework  Program Coherence  Potential for Impact  Monitoring and Evaluation  Portfolio Management Requirements for Phase II
  • 2. Rural Poverty and Drylands Integrator of Commodity and NRM CRP’s Science of Sustainable Intensification and Resilience in Dryland Systems Value Proposition
  • 3. The Science: system diagnosis, trade-offs, system performance, resilience System integration for impact: system leverage points vs moving beyond conservation agriculture Scaling within a systems framework: managing heterogeneity and integrating process and intensification techniques Systems Framework
  • 4. Not just five regional programs Integrating research questions Common methods A framework for synthesis Prioritizing, quality management, sequencing Program Coherence
  • 5. Theory of Change: how to achieve program impact (Drylands and flagship) Scaling strategy: within action site, within region Methods for disseminating system outputs M&E and understanding farmer adoption Potential for Impact
  • 6. Integrates with program structure and program strategy Hierarchical: Action site, flagship, Drylands Process monitoring: IP’s, scaling, action site implementation Experimental and quasi-experimental methods Monitoring and Evaluation
  • 7. Managing bilateral projects within a program structure: flagship and CRP level Joint resource mobilization Allocation of W1/W2 funds Portfolio Management
  • 8. Percentage of overall CRP budget derived from Bilateral and W3 sources 77% 70% 48% 75% 69% 82% 30% 61% 71% 58% 49% 78% 61% 62% 32% 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70% 80% 90%
  • 9. Managing bilateral projects within a program structure: flagship and CRP level Joint resource mobilization Allocation of W1/W2 funds Portfolio Management

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