GRM 2013: CGIAR Research Program on Dryland Cereals -- S Sivasankar

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  • We sum up IMOD in three simple words: Innovate. Grow. Prosper. Through the right kinds of innovations, we can help poor smallholders escape poverty for good.I hope I’ve been able to convey to you the major elements of our new strategy. We’re all excited about it. It opens up new vistas, new challenges, and new opportunities. Let us walk down this exciting road together.Thank you.
  • GRM 2013: CGIAR Research Program on Dryland Cereals -- S Sivasankar

    1. 1. 1 CGIAR Research Program on Dryland Cereals Generation Challenge Program GRM 27-30 Sept, 2013 Lisbon, Portugal
    2. 2. OVERVIEW PHASE I (2012-2015) PHASE II (2016-2024) 2 Focus regions Spillover Potential? >150 Partnerships Synergies with other CRPs, new partnerships Current end-use research Expanded end-use research 4 Crops Other Millets?
    3. 3. 3 Phase I: Vision  16% increase in dryland cereal farm-level production on at least 11.8 M ha  5.8 million smallholder households  $30 billion cumulative benefits
    4. 4. 4 Phase I: 7 Product Lines (4 Crops, 5 Focus Regions) ESA NA CWA SA WCA
    5. 5. 5 Phase I: Focus Regions South Asia Millet – 12.1 M Ha Sorghum – 7.9 M Ha Barley - 2.5 M Ha <USD 2 per day : 1,082 M Western & Central Africa Millet – 16.8 M Ha Sorghum – 14.2 M Ha Barley – 0.5 M Ha <USD 2 per day : 210 M Eastern & Southern Africa Sorghum – 10.8 M Ha Millet – 4.1 M Ha Barley – 1.1 M Ha <USD 2 per day : 230 M Northern Africa Barley – 3.6 M Ha Sorghum – 0.1 M Ha <USD 2 per day : 26 M Central & Western Asia Barley – 7.4 M Ha Sorghum – 0.5 M Ha Millet – 0.2 M Ha <USD 2 per day : 20 M 5
    6. 6. Strategic Partnerships  Collaborative Research  Collaborative Development  Training  Capacity Building  Infrastructure Development  Extension  Seed/Technology Dissemination  Partner Involvement in Management and Oversight of CRP o Steering Committee membership o Research Management Team Membership o Flagship Project (Product Line) Co-ordinators IRD Sorghum & Millet Innovation Lab >70 Programs in Africa & Asia 15 Advanced Research Institutes 20 NGOs, CSOs & Farmer Organizations 30 Private Sector Companies 6
    7. 7. Owned by Seed cooperative Funded by Seed project (GIZ) Training, varieties for testing NGO: Agro-business training PASS: Seed processing training NGO: Cooperative training Farmer preferred improved sorghum variety 7 A Partnership Success Story: Sorghum in W Africa
    8. 8. 8 Trends in Aggregate Demand, 2010-2050
    9. 9. 9 Adoption Constraints
    10. 10. Phase II: Intermediate Development Outcomes 1. Improved productivity 2. Increased and stable access to dryland cereal food, feed and fodder 3. Increased consumption of nutritious dryland cereals 4. Increased and more equitable income 5. Increased capacity to adapt to environmental variability 10 Food Security Reduced Poverty Nutrition & Health Envtl Sustainability
    11. 11. 1111  Crop improvement for stable yield, nutritive value  Crop management  Storage, post-harvest processing  End-use products for evolving consumer preferences  Market access Barley straw for fodder New processed products from sorghum Opportunities throughout the value chain
    12. 12. 12 Changing End Uses, 2000-2050
    13. 13.  Gender-disaggregated data, gender sensitive analyses  Cultivars to create market opportunities for women  Increase “whole plant value” for women  Crop management interventions appropriate for women  Increased access to seed for women  Benefit from agro-enterprise opportunities  Participatory R4D, training and knowledge-sharing Gender Research and Strategy 13
    14. 14. DRYLAND CEREALS DRYLAND SYSTEMS CCAFS GENE BANKS LIVESTOCK & FISHA4NH WLE Grain Legumes Linkages with Other CRPs 14
    15. 15. Integration and testing of system components Baseline data on households Systems typologies Gender disaggregation Participatory research System models Trade-off analysis Genetic diversity and improvement of crop species in resource capture and use efficiency (N, P, H2O) Develop science of integrated crop management (IPM, IDM, NRM) technologies Feedback to CRPs for priority setting & design of products or technologies Joint activity in CRP1.1 action sites Testing  Cultivars and adaptation in different systems  Integrated crop management (IPM, IDM, NRM) technologies Dryland Systems Dryland Cereals Dryland Cereals & Dryland Systems 15
    16. 16. Dryland Cereals & CCAFS 16
    17. 17. 17 Morris et al., 2013. PNAS 110: 453-458 Population genomic and genome-wide association studies of agroclimatic traits in sorghum – 971 accessions Momentum from existing resources: a snapshot
    18. 18. 18 Momentum from existing initiatives – a snapshot Affordable Mini-Packs HOPE: Sorghum Yield Increases Agriculture & Nutrition Training Sorghum Diversity Studies: GCP
    19. 19. Research Management Committee 19  Shoba Sivasankar, ICRISAT, India  Serge Braconnier, CIRAD, France  Tim Dalton, Sorghum and Millets Innovation Lab, USA  Ndiaga Cisse, ISRA/CERAAS, Senegal  Tom Hash, ICRISAT, Niger  Stefania Grando, ICRISAT, India  Henry Ojulong, ICRISAT, Kenya  Ramesh Verma, ICARDA, Morocco  AICMIP, India; SK Gupta, ICRISAT, India  Ashok Kumar, ICRISAT, India
    20. 20. Thank you! 20
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