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Research on sustainable intensification in the CGIAR research programs
Research on sustainable intensification in the CGIAR research programs
Research on sustainable intensification in the CGIAR research programs
Research on sustainable intensification in the CGIAR research programs
Research on sustainable intensification in the CGIAR research programs
Research on sustainable intensification in the CGIAR research programs
Research on sustainable intensification in the CGIAR research programs
Research on sustainable intensification in the CGIAR research programs
Research on sustainable intensification in the CGIAR research programs
Research on sustainable intensification in the CGIAR research programs
Research on sustainable intensification in the CGIAR research programs
Research on sustainable intensification in the CGIAR research programs
Research on sustainable intensification in the CGIAR research programs
Research on sustainable intensification in the CGIAR research programs
Research on sustainable intensification in the CGIAR research programs
Research on sustainable intensification in the CGIAR research programs
Research on sustainable intensification in the CGIAR research programs
Research on sustainable intensification in the CGIAR research programs
Research on sustainable intensification in the CGIAR research programs
Research on sustainable intensification in the CGIAR research programs
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Presented by Iain Wright at the Sustainable intensification of crop-livestock systems to improve food security and farm income diversification in the Ethiopian highlands: Project Design Workshop, …

Presented by Iain Wright at the Sustainable intensification of crop-livestock systems to improve food security and farm income diversification in the Ethiopian highlands: Project Design Workshop, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, 30 January-2 February 2012.

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  • 1. Sustainable intensification of crop-livestock systems to improve food security and farm income diversification in the Ethiopian highlands: Project Design Workshop Research on sustainable intensification in the CGIAR research programs Iain Wright Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, 30 January-2 February 2012
  • 2. Sustainable intensification
    • “ Producing more output from the same area of land while reducing the negative environmental impacts and at the same time increasing contributions to natural capital and the flow of environmental services”
    • Pretty et al 2010
  • 3. Seven key components
    • science and farmer inputs into technologies and practices that combine crops–animals with agroecological and agronomic management;
    • creation of novel social infrastructure that builds trust among individuals and agencies;
    • improvement of farmer knowledge and capacity through the use of farmer field schools and modern information and communication technologies;
    • engagement with the private sector for supply of goods and services;
    • a focus on women’s educational, microfinance and agricultural technology needs;
    • ensuring the availability of microfinance and rural banking;
    • ensuring public sector support for agriculture.
  • 4. CGIAR Vision
    • To reduce poverty and hunger, improve human health and nutrition, and enhance ecosystem resilience through high-quality international agricultural research, partnership and leadership
  • 5. Outcomes
    • reducing rural poverty
    • improving food security
    • improving nutrition and health
    • sustainable management of natural resources
  • 6. CGIAR Research Programs Code Title Lead Center 1.1 Integrated production systems in dry areas ICARDA 1.2 Integrated systems for the humid tropics IITA 1.3 Aquatic agricultural systems WorldFish 2 Policies, institutions and markets IFPRI 3.1 Wheat CIMMYT 3.2 Maize CIMMYT 3.3 GRiSP – A global rice science partnership IRRI 3.4 Roots, tubers and bananas CIP 3.5 Grain legumes ICRISAT 3.6 Dryland cereals ICRISAT 3.7 Meat, milk and fish ILRI 4 Agriculture for nutrition and health IFPRI 5 Water, land and ecosystems IWMI 6 Forests, trees and agroforestry CIFOR 7 Climate change, agriculture, food security CIAT
  • 7. CRP 1.1 Integrated Systems in Dry Areas Target Systems
    • Areas/systems with the deepest endemic poverty and most vulnerable populations often associated with severe natural resource degradation and extreme environmental variability .
    • Systems with the greatest potential for impact on poverty in the short to medium term
  • 8. Strategic Research Themes
    • SRT 1: Approaches and models for strengthening innovation systems, building stakeholder innovation capacity, and linking knowledge to policy action
    • SRT 2: Reducing vulnerability and managing risk, leading to resilient dryland agro-ecosystems with less vulnerable and improved livelihoods of rural communities
    • SRT 3: Sustainable intensification for more productive, profitable and diversified dryland agriculture with well-established linkages to markets
    • SRT 4: Measuring impact and cross-regional synthesis
  • 9. SRT1. Better functioning innovation systems 1.1 Innovation models 1.3 Policy 1.2 Partners SRT4. Targeting, characterization & impact 4.1 Future scenarios 4.3 Measuring impact 4.2 Characterization and prioritization SRT2. Reduced vulnerability & risk SRT3. Sustainable intensification 2.1 Design 2.2 Scaling out 2.3 Trade-offs 3.1 Design 3.2 Scaling out 3.3 Trade-offs Overview of CRP1.1 Strategic Research Themes (SRTs) & their Outputs
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  • 11. CRP 1.2 Integrated systems in humid and sub-humid areas
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  • 15. CRP 3.7 More milk, meat and fish by an for the poor
    • Increased access to ASF by the poor, especially women and children, can be achieved at scale by strengthening carefully selected meat, milk and fish value chains in which the poor can capture a significant share of the benefits. Technologies and lessons generated through this focused approach will be applicable in broader regional and global settings.
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  • 17. Target value chains
    • Smallholder pigs in Vietnam and Uganda
    • Smallholder small ruminants in Mali and Ethiopia
    • Smallholder aquaculture in Uganda
    • Smallholder dairying in Tanzania and India
    • Smallholder dual-purpose cattle in Nicaragua
  • 18. CRP 5 Water, Land and Ecosystems
  • 19. Aims
    • What improvements are needed in governance, institutions and management to achieve wiser use of water in agriculture , to ensure that we meet global food production targets and enhance household level food and nutritional security in developing countries?
    • What are the most effective interventions for ending land degradation in many areas of Asia and Africa, and beginning the long process of restoring productivity to degraded lands?
    • What are the trade‐offs between agricultural intensification and ecosystem services , and how can these be measured to facilitate the development of sustainable land and water management practices and sound rural policy?
  • 20. Strategic Research Portfolios
      • Rainfed systems
        • Recapitalizing African soils and reducing land degradation
        • Revitalizing productivity on responsive soils
        • Increasing agricultural production while enhancing biodiversity
        • Enhancing availability and access to water and land for pastoralists
        • Reducing risk by providing farmers with supplemental irrigation
      • Irrigation
      • River basins
      • Water re-use
      • Information system s
  • 21. Locations
    • Southeast Asia - Mekong
    • South Asia - Indus and Ganges
    • Central Asia - Amu Darya and Syr Darya
    • Middle East -Tigris and Euphrates
    • West Africa - Volta and Niger
    • East Africa - Nile
    • Southern Africa - Limpopo and Zambezi
    • Latin America - Andes basins
  • 22. CRP Sites in Ethiopia

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