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CRP2: Policies, Institutions, and Markets to Strengthen Assets and Agricultural Incomes for the Poor

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The activities of CRP2 will provide knowledge and tools to support a policy and institutional environment in which markets function effectively and competitively and agriculture and related sectors …

The activities of CRP2 will provide knowledge and tools to support a policy and institutional environment in which markets function effectively and competitively and agriculture and related sectors fully contribute to poverty reduction, sustainable rural development, and income growth.

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  • 1. CRP2: Policies, Institutions, and Markets to Strengthen Assets and Agricultural Incomes for the PoorCG Partners (12) IFPRI (Lead center), Bioversity, CIAT, CIMMYT, CIP, ICARDA, ICRAF, ICRISAT, IITA, ILRI, IWMI, World Fish Strategic Partners Partners to achieve jointly-designed research objectives: Donors, other CG centers, local research organizations, and/or implementing agenciesBoundary Partners A range of stakeholders including farmers, foresters, local officials, and policymakers with the direct goal of changing their behavior or positions www.iita.org
  • 2. CRP2 GoalThe activities of CRP2 will provide knowledge and tools tosupport a policy and institutional environment in whichmarkets function effectively and competitively and agricultureand related sectors fully contribute to poverty reduction,sustainable rural development, and income growth. www.iita.org
  • 3. CRP2 Components1.Policies and investments that enable pro-poor growth(5 SC)2. Enabling institutions and governance for the poor(3 SC)3. Value chains linking small producers to markets(2 SC)(4). Cross-cutting issues: Gender, Policy processes,Capacity building www.iita.org
  • 4. CRP2 Components1.Policies and investments that enable pro-poor growth1.1 Strategic foresight and future scenarios: research andcapacity for assessing food security, environmentalsustainability, and poverty reduction impacts1.2 Macroeconomic, international trade, and non agriculturalpolicies that affect agriculture and rural development1.3 Production and technology policies for sustainableagricultural production1.4 Social protection policies to enhance productiveinvestments in agriculture1.5 Policies for the prioritizing and sequencing of efficientpublic investment and optimizing public resource allocation www.iita.org
  • 5. CRP2 Components2 Enabling institutions and governance for the poor2.1 Governance arrangements to provide rural services tothe poor2.2 Collective action and property rights2.3 Institutions to strengthen the assets of the poor3 Value chains linking small producers to markets3.1 Innovations to foster opportunities for small farmersacross the value chain3.2 Impact evaluation to measure cost and benefits ofupgrading options(4). Cross-cutting issues: Gender, Policy processes,Capacity building www.iita.org
  • 6. CRP2: Impact Pathway Diagram www.iita.org
  • 7. CRP2: Anticipated Budget for 2011 Total: $82,270k 14.9421.84 Component 1 63.22 Component 2 Component 3 www.iita.org
  • 8. CRP2: Anticipated Budget for 2011CG Center ($000) PercentIFPRI 49,318 59.95Bioversity 2,507 3.05CIAT 5,943 7.22CIMMYT 1,467 1.78CIP 2,720 3.31ICARDA 256 0.31ICRAF 2,900 3.52ICRISAT 9,244 11.24IITA 1,498 1.82ILRI 3,032 3.69IWMI 1,453 1.77WORLFISH 1,932 2.35Total 82,270 100.00 www.iita.org
  • 9. CRP2: Proposed Management Structure www.iita.org
  • 10. IITA Role in the Development of the CRP2 Proposal1.IITA social scientists participated in e-discussion that led tothe 25-pager concept note in May 20102. IITA social scientists participated in the on-lineconsultation from June 28 to July 14.3. One IITA scientist was a member of a writing team of thesub-component on cross-cutting issue for Policy processes.He also took part in the in-person consultative meeting heldat ILRI/Addis Ababa on 17-20 August 2010.4. IITA contributed to the final draft of the document, which iswell acknowledged in the proposal www.iita.org
  • 11. Futur Role of IITA in CRP21.IITA should participate as a strategic partner (networking,tools/methods, funds raising, etc.)2. IITA Program on OT aligns well with CRP2.Socioeconomic components of other IITA MTPs will benefitfrom CRP23. Role of IITA in the management structure of CRP2 isuncertain. www.iita.org

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