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Working Group 4 Planned Activities (Central Asia and the Caucasus)

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  • SRT2: Target areas for reducing vulnerabilitySRT3: Target areas for sustainable intensification
  • -- necessary benchmarking-- Multi-disciplinary research teams working on selected research sites across the CAC Region
  • -- necessary benchmarking-- Multi-disciplinary research teams working on selected research sites across the CAC Region
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    • 1. • Improve water use efficiency through innovative technologies in irrigation and farming in cereals, potato, vegetable, horticultural and fodder crops WORKING GROUP 4 • Повышение эффективности использования воды с помощью инновационных технологий в ирригации и возделывании зерновых, картофеля, овощей, плодовых и кормовых культур Modelator/Facilitator: Akmal Karimov Rapporteur: Oyture Anarbekov, Participants 12 people
    • 2. 2 CRP1.1 Action and Satellite Sites in Central Asia and the Caucasus
    • 3. IDO 2. More stable and higher per capita income for intensifiable households Potential contribution to IDO 6: More integrated, effective and connected service delivery institutions underpinning system intensification Intermediate Development Outcomes
    • 4. I. Synthesis analysis of water saving technologies and practices of cultivation of the different crops currently applied and with potential for application by farmers; (Priority 1) II. Technology Adaption/Demosites of water saving technologies and farming practices with improved water use efficiency; (Priority 2) III. Studying economic incentives for adoption of best agricultural and water saving technologies; (Priority 3) Actions
    • 5. Indicators (activity related):  Adaption rate  Yields of crops  Water productivity  Energy productivity  Investment cost  Economic assessment  ….. Outputs: Synthesis report, rate of adoption the technology; Outcomes: Donors and Governments informed, use and apply the technologies I. Synthesis analysis of water saving technologies and farming practices
    • 6. I. Synthesis analysis of water saving technologies and farming practices Outputs (log-frame): Tools, methods, processes and capacity of NARES to create and customize improved intensification options to local circumstances across scaling domains compiled in synthesis report Synthesis report, rate of adoption the technology; Outcomes (log-frame): NARES use tools, methods and processes to generate and customise improved intensification options for targeted groups of intesifiable households Farmers, WUAs, Donors and Governments informed, use and apply the technologies
    • 7. Indicators:  Places with shortage of water  The demosites for different activities  Demosites under different conditions  Demosites under different water sources  Set-up demosites within irrigation system (hierarchical integration)  Proposal to include the modelling Outputs: Adaptive technologies; Outcomes: Improved yields, water productivity, energy productivity II. Techology Adaption/Demosites of water saving technologies and farming practices
    • 8. Duration: Action 1: Synthesis analysis 2 years (2013- 2015) Action 2: Demosites 4 years (2015-2019) Action 3: Study Incentives (economic,..) Importance of linking with other activities – creating joint demosites, joint experiments Recommendations/remarks.
    • 9. 1) Studies under CRP 1.1. covers farm and WUA level with determining up-scaling opportunities at larger level. The higher level of water management, i.e. like Basins covers CRP 5. 2) There should be obligatory linkage of demonstration sites of this actions with DS of other actions (Joint DSs). Recommendations/remarks.
    • 10. Two category of partners: Useful partners and Obliged partners.  Under the obliged partners: MAWR, Khokimiyats of Province, Districts, i.e. local authorities (who should be informed)  Under the useful partners:  Karakalpak Branch of Scientific Center of Water Problems (TIIM);  Turkmen Giprovodkhoz in coordination with Academy of Science of Turkmenistan;  Fergana branch of the Uzbek Research Cotton Growing Institute Partners
    • 11. Syrdarya-Sokh and Naryn- Karadarya BISAs Farmers, WUAs Sogd province OblVidhoz Research Institute of Horticulture, Vegetables Growing, Tajikistan Kyrgyz Irrigation Research Institute Osh Basin Mgt Organization SIC, ICWC CIP AVRDC ICARDA IWMI Partners
    • 12. THANK YOU FOR ATTENTION AND HAVE A NICE JOURNEY!

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