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Humidtropics update and ILRI planning meeting

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Presented by Timothy Robinson, ILRI, Nairobi, 6 May 2014 …

Presented by Timothy Robinson, ILRI, Nairobi, 6 May 2014

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  • 1. Humidtropics update and ILRI planning meeting Info Centre, ILRI, Nairobi, 6 May 2014 Timothy Robinson
  • 2. Programme
  • 3. Humidtropics • Launched in July 2012 • Phase 1 was due to end in June 2015 (3 years) • Goal: Improving agricultural productivity in a sustainable manner and transforming the lives of the rural poor in the humid tropics • Theme: Sustainable intensification • Six Intermediate Development Outcomes (IDOs) • New programmatic framework in 2013: Five ‘Flagship Projects’ – one crosscutting and four based on Action Areas • Extension of Phase 1 to the end of 2016 • Phased shift towards ‘Results Based Management’
  • 4. Programmatic framework
  • 5. Action Areas (Tier 1)
  • 6. Action Sites and Field Sites
  • 7. Spatial scaling • Estimate actual impact of intervention(s) at field site level (in terms of IDO indicators) • Estimate potential impact of intervention(s) at a range of levels (Action Site, Action Area, Humidtropics) based on spatial data and similarity mapping • Estimate the expected impact of intervention(s) based on: • partnerships • political and institutional constraints • innovation capacity Field Site Action Site Action Area Humidtropics Impact
  • 8. Intermediate Development Outcomes IDO 1 Income: lift 3 million poor households above the poverty line. IDO 2 Nutrition: dietary diversity for improved nutrition of 3 million poor households attained. IDO 3 Productivity: 2 million poor households increased total factor productivity by 60% while sustaining the natural resources. IDO 4 Environment: 3.5 million hectares of degraded land is restored to sustainable management. IDO 5 Gender: women and youth in 1 million target households perceive they have better control over assets, input and benefits. IDO 6 Capacity to Innovate: indicators related to coalitions for change, institutionalization of innovation methods, processes and strategies, improvement of knowledge development capacity, mainstreaming innovation-thinking procedures into projects, and autonomous continuation of innovation networks. nine year targets (to 2022)
  • 9. Biophysical Socio- cultural Economic Institutiona l Political R4D and Innovation Platforms SRT 1 •Situational analysis •Baselines & typologies •Entry points •Global synthesis SRT 2 •Policies, markets and institutions •Productivity •NRM SRT 3 •Institutional innovation capacity •Responsible scaling Globalsynthesisandlearning Entry points External environment Selected interventions Technical Humidtropics summary diagram
  • 10. The Flagship Projects 1.1 Global synthesis (SRT 1) 1.2 Strategic nutrition research (SRT 2) 1.3 Scaling out and institutional innovation (SRT 3) 1.4 Gender research and integration 1.5 Capacity development x.1 Systems analysis and synthesis (SRT 1) x.2 Integrates systems improvement (SRT 2) x.3 Scaling out and institutional innovation (SRT 3) x.4 R4D partnership development CrosscuttingFlagshipProject Area-basedFlagshipProjects
  • 11. Humidtropics ILRI budget lines Code Description SRT 1.1 Situation analysis SRT 1.2 Baseline data and household typologies SRT 1.3 Entry points SRT 1.4 Global synthesis SRT 2.1 Markets, policies and other institutions SRT 2.2 System productivity SRT 2.3 Natural Resource Management SRT 3.1 Capacity and institutional innovation SRT 3.2 Responsible scaling strategies, processes and adoption R4D platforms Support to R4D platforms, linked to area-based flagships Gender Gender research CapDev Capacity Development RBM Results Based Management Communication Communications Coordination SRT 1 leadership Project support Full cost recovery, based on 15% overheads
  • 12. Humidtropics allocations (W1/2) PARTNER 2013 2014 IITA 3,682,670 4,190,286 ILRI 2,173,256 2,453,498 CIAT 1,174,612 1,514,612 FARA 2,082,240 1,500,000 AVRDC 800,000 890,000 ICRAF 612,312 829,310 icipe 695,268 771,000 WUR 396,000 689,043 CIP 631,892 660,000 Bioversity 269,136 644,867 IWMI 461,376 461,376 Total W1/W2 12,978,761 14,603,992 IITA ILRI CIAT FARA AVRDC ICRAF* icipe WUR CIP Bioversity IWMI
  • 13. Humidtropics allocations (W1/2) PARTNER TOTAL W1/W2 Normal Allocation Action Area Coordination SRT Leadership Action Area Fund Additional 1 Additional 2 IITA 4,190,286 2,837,286 560,000 63,000 360,000 230,000 140,000 ILRI 2,453,498 2,149,498 0 84,000 0 220,000 0 CIAT 1,514,612 831,612 280,000 63,000 120,000 150,000 70,000 FARA 1,500,000 1,500,000 0 0 0 0 0 AVRDC 890,000 800,000 0 0 0 90,000 0 ICRAF 829,310 254,310 280,000 105,000 120,000 0 70,000 icipe 771,000 695,268 0 0 0 75,732 0 WUR 689,043 312,000 0 42,000 0 120,000 215,043 CIP 660,000 631,893 0 0 0 28,107 0 Bioversity 644,867 269,136 0 0 0 0 375,731 IWMI 461,376 461,376 0 0 0 0 0 Total W1/2 14,603,992 10,742,379 1,120,000 357,000 600,000 913,839 870,774
  • 14. Humidtropics 2014 budget Outgoing Costs US$ Non-staff (60%) 1,252,410 Staff (40%) 1,852,319 Total 3,104,729 Incoming Budget Normal 2014 allocation 2,149,498 SRT 1 leadership 84,000 CapDev 220,000 Sub-total 2,453,498 Actual carry over from 2013 216,436 Actual budget for 2014 2,669,934 Shortfall 434,795
  • 15. Humidtropics 2014 budget Budget by Flagship US$ FS 1: Crosscutting 868,945 FS 2: East and Central Africa 1,051,320 FS 3: Western Africa Humid Lowlands 421,544 FS 4: Central Mekong 709,089 FS 5: Central America and the Caribbean -
  • 16. Humidtropics 2014 budget Budget by Line US$ SRT 1.1 446,501 Situation analysis SRT 1.2 334,763 Baseline data and household typologies SRT 1.3 361,160 Entry points SRT 1.4 473,458 Global synthesis SRT 2.1 - Markets, policies and other institutions SRT 2.2 1,040,841 System productivity SRT 2.3 - Natural Resource Management SRT 3.1 - Capacity and institutional innovation SRT 3.2 - Responsible scaling strategies, processes and adoption R4D platforms - Support to R4D platforms linked to area-based flagships Gender 67,175 CapDev 243,000 Additional US$ 220,000 for 2014 RBM - Communication - Coordination 84,000 SRT 1 leadership Project support 53,830 Full cost recovery: N2Africa only for now
  • 17. Humidtropics 2014 work programme SRT 1.1: Situation analysis (Jo) • Guidelines developed: Green Triangle, W. Kenya, Uganda, Ethiopia SRT 1.2: Baseline data and household typologies (Nils) • IMPACT Lite adapted: W. Kenya, Green Triangle, Development Triangle • SLATE tool adapted: Ethiopia, W. Kenya SRT 1.3: Entry points (Peter) • EXTRAPOLATE adapted: W. Kenya, Green Triangle, Development Triangle, Golden Triangle (Plus 2 L&F VCs) • Value Chain Assessments: Green Triangle, Development Triangle, Nigeria • Household survey analysis: W. Kenya SRT 1.4: Global synthesis (Keith) • M&E framework • IDO Indicator Manual • Spatial data layers and the Livestock Geo-Wiki • Quantification of the Humidtropics / Action Areas / Action Sites / Field sites for targetting and impact assessment • Site similarity mapping tool
  • 18. Humidtropics 2014 work programme SRT 2.2: System productivity (Alan) • Tree-Forage-Livestock Assessment: Green Triangle • Livestock feed resource analysis (FEAST): W. Kenya, Nigeria • Feed price quality database: W. Kenya, Nigeria • Household survey analysis: W. Kenya, Green Triangle, Nigeria Gender: Gender research and integration (Annet) • Case studies on gender norms: Ethiopia • Evaluate and provide guidelines for gender specificity in the Tools for Systems Analysis (TOSA) • Gender relations baseline: W. Kenya CapDev: Capacity Development (Iddo) • Support R4D platforms by building capacity in novel integrated systems approaches - training workshops in at least four Action Sites. • Develop training aids for tools (e.g. EXTRAPOLATE)
  • 19. ILRI Humidtropics budget projction - 500,000 1,000,000 1,500,000 2,000,000 2,500,000 3,000,000 2013 2014 2015 2016 Series3 Series2 Series1 40% 30% ‘RBM’ Carry over Allocation
  • 20. Looking forward • Significant cuts need to be made • to staff, not operational funds • Move from SRT 1 to SRT 2 and SRT 3 • more emphasis on research • Need to focus geographically • spread too thinly • need to follow-up on situation analysis and baselines • Put together strong bids for ‘Cluster 4’ funds • R4D Partnership Development • Particular areas for concern • Cross-CRP activities • Window 3 funding • Publications • Communications and publicity • Where should ILRI position ourselves for 2015/6
  • 21. Thank You !
  • 22. Cross-CRP activities • Need joint activities • A4NH • L&F • CCAFS • Drylands
  • 23. Window 3 funding • Existing • BMZ legume project • N2Africa • AfricaRISING • Pipeline • IFAD-EC • Need to target funds for particular regions
  • 24. Publications • 2013: 2 peer-reviewed publications ! • Humidtropics Conference (Ibadan, October 7-10) • Working papers • Publication plan • Book on the roles and opportunities for livestock in the Humidtropics
  • 25. Communications and publicity • Alfresco • ILRI Humidtropics website • Tools for Systems Analysis (TOSA) • Document formats • News and events
  • 26. 2014 Work Programme • Plea from Assenath: please get contracts set up EARLY to avoid last minute rushing
  • 27. 2015/6 POWB • 2015: 30% ‘results based’ • 2016: 40% ‘results based’