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Workshop Trade-off Analysis - CGIAR_19 Feb 2013_CRP 1.2_Bernard Vanlauwe

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  • 1. www.humidtropics.org
  • 2. Sustainable intensification of farming systems
  • 3. Action Areas Tier 1: Four sites: 2012-2017 Tier 2: Four sites: 2015-2020 Tier 3: Two sites: 2017-2022
  • 4. Targets for the Action Areas in 15 years
  • 5. Situation analysis and entry points
  • 6. Status of Action Areas affluent Andes transect 2 Central Indonesia America Humid transect Lowlands 1 2 West Africa India Central Humid Lowland 1 Humid 3 1 MekongSLO 2: West Africa Lowland transectPoverty Moist Savanna 1 East & Central Status 2 Africa Highlands Central Africa 3 Humid Lowland Southern Africa Humid Lowland 3 Southern Africa Moist Savanna 2destitute degraded SLO 4:Ecosystem Integrity resilient
  • 7. Strategic Research Themes (SRTs)
  • 8. R4D platforms: where SRTs meet Action Areas
  • 9. Theory of Change
  • 10. Example entry points for W-Kenya
  • 11. Trade-off issues in the Humidtropics1. An improved system-modeling framework that allows for integratedassessment of the impacts of specific interventions onproductivity, profitability, and natural resource integrity under differentbiophysical and community settings within and across Action Sites.2. A set of tools for trade-off analysis between various indicatorsrelated to specific interventions at various scales based upon thespecific objectives of different stakeholder groups.3. An understanding of necessary conditions for the occurrence oftriple win scenarios.4. Tools for strengthening adaptive capacity of the stakeholdergroups involved in the R4D platforms to participate in tradeoffanalysis and conflict resolution.
  • 12. Trade-off issues in the HumidtropicsDecision making at the household/livelihood levelFarm typologies and resource endowment/production objectives  From win-win to lose-lose? Win- Win?Lose- Titonnell et al, 2011Lose?
  • 13. Trade-off issues in the HumidtropicsDecision making at the household/livelihood level Entry points and trajectories towards sustainable intensification  Short vs long-term benefits Green Revolution Ecological Intensification
  • 14. Trade-off issues in the Humidtropics Decision making at the landscape/community levelValue chains vs Natural Resource Integrity  Resource-to- Consumption framework
  • 15. Trade-off issues in the HumidtropicsDecision making at the landscape/community level Value chain approach vs equity  ‘Inclusive Market- Oriented Development’ (ICRISAT)
  • 16. Trade-off issues in the Humidtropics Decision making at the community/regional levelVarying stakeholder interests  Negotiation support - van Noordwijk et al)
  • 17. Trade-off issues in the Humidtropics Tools needed Ex-ante Participatory Evaluation of(modeling) evaluation the impacts tools tools of scaling