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Presented by Alan Duncan at the NBDC 'Nile 2' Update meeting, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, 8 December 2010

Presented by Alan Duncan at the NBDC 'Nile 2' Update meeting, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, 8 December 2010

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On integrated rainwater management strategies – technologies, institutions and policies Presentation Transcript

  • 1. Nile Project 2
    Title: On integrated rainwater management strategies – technologies, institutions and policies
    Presented by Alan Duncan at the NBDC 'Nile 2' Update meeting, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, 8 December 2010
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  • 2. Integrated Rainwater Management Strategies:
    Technologies, Institutions and Policies
    (NL 2)
    “Improve rural livelihoods and their resilience through
    a landscape approach to rainwater management”
  • 3. Issues being addressed
  • 4. Study sites
  • 5. Outcome Logic Model – what is it?
    CPWF projects use a project implementation tool called the Outcome Logic Model
    All project activities are designed to bring about changes in knowledge, attitudes and skills of key actors leading to a series of desired outcomes
    The project is therefore framed around a series of “Changes”.
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  • 6. Changes
  • 7. How will these changes happen?
    Diagnosis of current status of planning/ implementation and local innovation capacity surrounding Rainwater Management Strategies (RMS)
    Identification of promising interventions that lead to enhanced rainwater management and hence improved livelihoods and environmental resilience
    Establishment or strengthening of “Learning and Practice Alliances” at local level for knowledge exchange and joint action
    Using LPAs to foster and accelerate innovation related to RMS.
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  • 8. Change 4 – currently vague
    Activities
  • 9. Steps that are required (in my view)
    Characterize sites – LULCC, current land management practices (crops, livestock, trees)
    Develop inventory of potential interventions
    Develop frameworks for assessing impacts of interventions on livelihoods, environment and system water productivity
    Test interventions using frameworks – scenario testing, modelling
    Identify agro-ecological and social niches for promising interventions
    Feed knowledge into LPA’s for potential testing on the ground
  • 10. Progress so far from ILRI
    Established plan for baseline survey for planning, implementation, innovation aspects – workshop, research protocol, potential partners identified (Alan, Eva, Josie, Kebebe, Alemayehu)
    Some preliminary identification of livestock related interventions (Amare/Don)
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