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A presentation by Steve Hall at the CGIAR Livestock Fish Mega Program Stakeholder Meeting, Addis Ababa, 24-25 August 2010

A presentation by Steve Hall at the CGIAR Livestock Fish Mega Program Stakeholder Meeting, Addis Ababa, 24-25 August 2010

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  • Example of Ethiopia: IFPRI work shows that: Agriculture investment has a high growth-poverty elasticity: A 1% increase in per capita GDP growth reduces poverty by 2.2% Also, longitudinal household data shows that: - Receiving at least one extension visit reduces headcount poverty by 9.8% points and increases consumption growth by 7.1% Access to all-weather roads reduces poverty by 6.9% points and increases consumption growth by 16.3% Von Braun, (IFPRI Sept 2009)
  • This is difficult stuff, (we’re climbing a mountain here) and we do not know how to do it well. One thing we do know though is. …… (next slide)

More meat, milk and fish by and for the poor (A CGIAR Megaprogram) More meat, milk and fish by and for the poor (A CGIAR Megaprogram) Presentation Transcript

  • More meat, milk and fish by and for the poor (A CGIAR Megaprogram) Steve Hall (WorldFish Center) CGIAR Livestock Fish Mega Program Stakeholder Meeting, Addis Ababa, 24-25 August 2010
  • CGIAR Change Old New 15 Independent Centers 1 Consortium Diffuse CGIAR priorities Focus on 15 mega programs Donor funding of Centers Donor funding of mega programs Recognition of impact Focus on impact
    • “… a long term convincing strategy of international agricultural research which is results oriented and that will have impact on the ground …”
    • “… abandon the old practice of working with the narrow interests of individual centres or individual donors …”
    • “… firmly engage and defend the interests of the CGIAR System as a whole.”
    • “ Only by doing so, are we going to break the chain that links us to old practices and approaches and be able to obtain these goals for the benefit of the international community .”
    Carlos Perez de Castillo, Consortium Board Chair, 8 June 2010
  • A system strategy Strategic Objectives
    • Create and accelerate sustainable increases in the productivity and production of healthy food by and for the poor ( Food for People ).
    • Conserve, enhance and sustainably use natural resources and biodiversity to improve the livelihoods of the poor in response to climate change and other factors ( Environment for People) .
    • Promote policy and institutional change that will stimulate agricultural growth and equity to benefit the poor, especially rural women and other disadvantaged groups ( Policy for People ).
    Strategic Results
  • A system strategy
    • Agricultural systems for the poor and vulnerable. (drylands, humid, coastal and aquatic)
    • Enabling agricultural incomes for the poor
    • Optimizing productivity of global food security. (rice, wheat, maize, dryland cereals, legume, root and tubers, livestock and fish)
    • Agriculture for improved nutrition and health
    • Water, soils and ecosystems
    • Forests and trees
    • Climate change and agriculture
    Strategic Results Megaprograms
  • Responsibility and Accountability
  • A system strategy
    • Agricultural systems for the poor and vulnerable. (drylands, humid, coastal and aquatic)
    • Enabling agricultural incomes for the poor
    • Optimizing productivity of global food security. (rice, wheat, maize, dryland cereals, legume, root and tubers, livestock and fish)
    • Agriculture for improved nutrition and health
    • Water, soils and ecosystems
    • Forests and trees
    • Climate change and agriculture
    Strategic Results Megaprograms
  • This mega-program
    • Over-arching aim
      • To increase national and regional scale food and nutrition security by increasing livestock and fish production.
    • Focal Beneficiaries
      • Livestock and Fish producers and consumers and developing country and regional economies.
    • Geographic Focus
      • Countries or places where large scale increases in livestock or fish production is possible.
  • New Money?
  • Key Messages
    • Radical shift in the way the CGIAR does business (evolving role and culture).
      • Programmatic commitment to deliver impact.
      • Technologies Technologies +++++ (BBC)
    • A new approach to partnership:
      • “ How can we help?” not “Here’s what we want”.
      • “ Thinking with” from the outset.
      • Aligned incentives and interests (commitment to win-win).
    “ Help make development happen and learn how to do development better.”
  • This is difficult stuff! CHANGING FOR GREATER IMPACT
  • Partnerships are Key We need to work in a new way with partners to help make development happen CHANGING FOR GREATER IMPACT
  • Timeline
    • Up to now
      • Outline Concept Note
      • Consultation (FARA, Country Level [7])
      • E-consultation
      • This Workshop
    • Next Steps
      • Inputs Proposal Submission (mid Sept)
      • Feedback (mid Nov)
      • Detailed implementation planning (Nov onward)
  • Approach In country value-chain research and knowledge application Platform Research Breeds Feeds Health Targeting Monitoring & Evaluation Technology IPG’s Process IPG’s (Action Learning) Adaptive Research