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GRM 2013: CGIAR Research Program Grain Legumes -- N Ellis
GRM 2013: CGIAR Research Program Grain Legumes -- N Ellis
GRM 2013: CGIAR Research Program Grain Legumes -- N Ellis
GRM 2013: CGIAR Research Program Grain Legumes -- N Ellis
GRM 2013: CGIAR Research Program Grain Legumes -- N Ellis
GRM 2013: CGIAR Research Program Grain Legumes -- N Ellis
GRM 2013: CGIAR Research Program Grain Legumes -- N Ellis
GRM 2013: CGIAR Research Program Grain Legumes -- N Ellis
GRM 2013: CGIAR Research Program Grain Legumes -- N Ellis
GRM 2013: CGIAR Research Program Grain Legumes -- N Ellis
GRM 2013: CGIAR Research Program Grain Legumes -- N Ellis
GRM 2013: CGIAR Research Program Grain Legumes -- N Ellis
GRM 2013: CGIAR Research Program Grain Legumes -- N Ellis
GRM 2013: CGIAR Research Program Grain Legumes -- N Ellis
GRM 2013: CGIAR Research Program Grain Legumes -- N Ellis
GRM 2013: CGIAR Research Program Grain Legumes -- N Ellis
GRM 2013: CGIAR Research Program Grain Legumes -- N Ellis
GRM 2013: CGIAR Research Program Grain Legumes -- N Ellis
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  1. CGIAR Research Program Grain Legumes GCP Meeting Lisbon October 2013
  2. Outline • • • • • Overview of scope Recent activities Highlights & Review of Progress Partnerships and links Preparations for Phase II
  3. Vision Health, food security, environmental sustainability and increased smallholder income Mission Leveraging legumes to combat poverty, hunger, malnutrition and environmental degradation. In collaboration with: Generation Challenge Program (GCP) Brazilian Agricultural Research Corporation (EMBRAPA) Ethiopian Institute of Agricultural Research (EIAR) Indian Council of Agricultural Research (ICAR) Turkish General Directorate of Agricultural Research (GDAR) Feed the Future Innovation Lab for Collaborative Research on Grain Legumes Feed the Future Innovation Lab for Collaborative Research on Peanut and Mycotoxin National agricultural research and extension systems in Africa, Asia and Latin America National and international public and private sector research and development partners
  4. Partnerships and links USAID funded partnerships University of Nebraska University of California Davis Innovation Labs CRS USAID project ‘Support to Vulnerable Households’ Partners mentioned in the mid year report Donald Danforth Plant Science Centre, University of Georgia, University of California-Davis, USDA-Agricultural Research Service, National Center Genome Resources, MARS Inc, EMBRAPA, University of Brasilia, BGI and CAAS Oil Crops Research Institute, Henan Academy of Agricultural Sciences, Shandong Academy of Agricultural Sciences, Guangdong Academy of Agricultural Sciences, Shofine Seeds and Kazusa DNA Research Institute, IIPR, Kanpur, IARI, New Delhi, PAU, Ludhiana,, UAS, Dharwad, Ranga Agricultural University, Hyderabad, Agricultural University of Andhra Pradesh ,University of Agriculture Sciences, Raichur NARS in ~ 30 countries
  5. Vision Health, food security, environmental sustainability and increased smallholder income Mission Leveraging legumes to combat poverty, hunger, malnutrition and environmental degradation. SC 2 Developing productive varieties and management practices SC 3 Facilitating legume seed and technology delivery systems. SC 4 Enhancing post-harvest processing and market opportunities
  6. Overview of scope: IDO • Improved and stable access to grain legumes by urban and rural poor • Increased and more equitable income from grain legumes by low income value chain actors, especially women • Increased consumption of healthy legumes and products by the poor for a more balanced and nutritious diet, especially among nutritionally vulnerable women and children • Improved productivity of farming systems, especially among smallholder farmers • Minimized adverse environmental effects of increased production and intensification of grain legumes
  7. SLOs & IDOs
  8. Recent activities: management and governance
  9. Independent Advisory Committee Dr. Jill Findeis Dir., Div. Appl. Social Sciences, U. Missouri Dr. Fred Muehlbauer Professor USDA-ARS, Pullman, USA Dr. Joyce Mulila-Mitti Crops Officer, FAO, Ghana Dr. Ousmane Ndoye Pgm. Manager, CORAF/WECARD, Senegal Dr. Sayyed Hossain Sabaghpour, DG, ARNRC-Hamedan Province, Iran Dr. Kadambot Siddique Hackett Professor of Agriculture, UWA Dr. Fina Opio Executive Director ASARECA, Uganda Dr. Raj Paroda Executive Secretary APAARI, Thailand
  10. Independent Advisory Committee Dr. Jill Findeis Dir., Div. Appl. Social Sciences, U. Missouri Dr. Fred Muehlbauer Professor USDA-ARS, Pullman, USA Dr. Joyce Mulila-Mitti Crops Officer, FAO, Ghana Dr. Ousmane Ndoye Pgm. Manager, CORAF/WECARD, Senegal Dr. Sayyed Hossain Sabaghpour, DG, ARNRC-Hamedan Province, Iran Dr. Kadambot Siddique Hackett Professor of Agriculture, UWA Dr. Fina Opio Executive Director ASARECA, Uganda Dr. Raj Paroda Executive Secretary APAARI, Thailand
  11. Research Management Committee CRP Research Director Director USAID Innovation Lab Grain Legumes Director USAID Innovation Lab Peanut and Mycotoxins Drought & low-P tolerant common bean, cowpea & soybean Heat tolerant chickpea, common bean, faba bean & lentil Short-duration, drought tolerant & aflatoxin-free groundnut High N-fixing chickpea, bean, faba bean, and soybean Insect-smart chickpea, cowpea, and pigeonpea prod. systems Extra-early maturing chickpea and lentil varieties Herb. Tol. machine‐harvestable chickpea, faba bean &lentil Pigeonpea hybrid and management practices Resource persons as required Chair of the Committee: Dr. Irv Widders Dr. Dave Hoisington Dr. Steve Beebe Dr. Michel Ghanem Dr. Patrick Okori Dr. SK Chaturvedi Dr. Manuele Tamo Dr. Shiv Kumar Dr. Pooran Gaur Dr. Rajeev Varshney PL1 PL2 PL3 PL4 PL5 PL6 PL7 PL8
  12. ICRISAT India USA USA CIAT Columbia ICARDA ICRISAT Malawi IIPR Kanpur IITA Benin ICARDA Morocco ICRISAT India ICRISAT India Project Management Unit Initiated Communications Two positions (joint with CRP DC) Gender Specialists Consultants (5, joint with DC ) to initiate progress Appointments (1 IRS + 3, joint with DC) Research Management Committee Chair of the Committee: Dr. Irv Widders Dr. Dave Hoisington Dr. Steve Beebe Dr. Michel Ghanem Dr. Patrick Okori Dr. SK Chaturvedi Dr. Manuele Tamo Dr. Shiv Kumar Dr. Pooran Gaur Dr. Rajeev Varshney PL1 PL2 PL3 PL4 PL5 PL6 PL7 PL8
  13. 2013 budget ca. 3% centre costs are assigned to partners M$ (US) W1 + W2 W3 + bilateral Total 70 50 30 10 0 management &othercosts
  14. Gender activities Gender strategy developed Strategic to identify targets with a gender specific outcome. Gender research analyses the impact of gender on CRP outputs Gender actions steps to attend to internal gender issues. Highlights: Phalula Association: foundation pigeonpea and groundnut seed Rumphi Association: cold pressed oil
  15. Gender activities Gender strategy developed Strategic to identify targets with a gender specific outcome. Gender research analyses the impact of gender on CRP outputs Gender actions steps to attend to internal gender issues. Highlights: Phalula Association: foundation pigeonpea and groundnut seed Rumphi Association: cold pressed oil New groundnut varieties in Mali : 40 villages, involving 1,450 farmers (1,233 women).
  16. CRP: Integrated Systems for the Humid Tropics Genebank CRP Policies, Institutions and Markets Climate Change, Agriculture and Food Security Agriculture for Nutrition and Health Dryland Cereals Links with other CRPs
  17. Preparations for Phase II April 2014 formal call June 2014 pre-proposals November 2014 – full proposal submission November 2015 FC meeting decides on proposals
  18. Preparations for Phase II Partnerships Focus on breeding for farmers’ added value Species of interest Integration through competitive grants Potential Chickpea areas Crop type mapping using MODIS and Spectral matching techniques GIS data from Murali Krishna ICRISAT Murali Krishna
  19. A vision of success ~ 20% crop area as legumes and educed demand for inputs balanced nutrition from legumes & cereals stable income to smallholders

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