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  • 1. Provisional Draft-as of 1 October 2012 GCARD 2012: Breakout Sessions OutlinesSESSION F1: IMPROVING OUR VISIONS OF THE FUTURE Ti Expected Outcome m Topic/Case Study Chair/Facilitator/Presenter eUnderstanding of the advantages of 1 Introduction Chair: Carlos Sere (IFAD)bringing together different approaches and 4: Framing the Session: the GFH’s role Facilitator: Robin Bourgeois (GFAR)what has been learnt regarding future 0needs by bringing common analyses to 0diverse foresight studies 1 Illustrative cases: The value of different ways of envisioning our futures (eachGenerating collective awareness of the 4: case highlights objective, method, conclusions and impact).scope and value of foresight in guiding 1 • The value of projections: Global Futures programme and projecting futureresearch, with commitments from those 0 needs • G. Nelson (IFPRI)using diverse approaches to work in a • The value of scenarios: European Standing Ctte on Agricultural Researchmore integrated way (SCAR 3) • E. Matthijs (Univ of Louvain) • A Foresight framework for agricultural R&D of the LAC region • E. Diaz-Bonilla (CIAT consultant) • From national foresight to policies: (Maroc 2030 and the Plan Vert) • M. Ait Kadi (CGDA Maroc) • The value of communities envisioning their future through local scale • B. Shantiko (CoLUPSIA, Indonesia) foresight: up scalable foresight-based land-use planning 1 Synthesis: Lessons learned from the analysis of existing foresight works • R. Bourgeois (GFAR) 5: (includes feedback from consultations) 0 0 1 Q&A clarifying issues on issues raised in the presentations 5: 2 01
  • 2. Provisional Draft-as of 1 October 2012 1 Coffee break 5. 3 0 1 Proposal: The role of the Global Foresight Hub in bringing multiple perspectives • H. de Haen (University of Gottingen) 6: to bear in raising emerging issues, shaping research priorities and 0 understanding implications for innovation and policies 0 1 Discussion: improving our visions of the future Including perspectives & commitments from 6: responding panellists: farmer, research leader 3 (TBI) 0 1 Wrap up Session: Towards Common Commitments Chair 7: 4 5 1 Close of the Session 8: 0 0SESSION F2: FORESIGHT GUIDING RESEARCH AND INNOVATIONSub-Session F2.1: At National/Regional LevelConclusions from region-by-region 0 Theme of the sub session: What role could smallholder farmers play in different Chair: Ruben Echeverriaconsultations and pre-conference analyses 8: regions in meeting future needs in food and nutrition security, poverty alleviation Facilitator: Ajit Maru (GFAR)of case studies: what can be learned when 3 and sustainable management of natural resources? 0foresight approaches are added to existing 0 Highlights of regional views on research and innovation priorities for future Chairs of Regional Fora:regional prioritization processes. 8: needs and impacts, combined with foresight review 4 • Latin America and Caribbean • FORAGROA set of collective actions agreed to 0 • Asia and the Pacific • APAARIimprove the use of foresight in making • Sub Saharan Africa • FARA2
  • 3. Provisional Draft-as of 1 October 2012research and innovation systems more • Near East and North Africa • AARINENAresponsive to future development needs of • Central Asia and the Caucasus • CACAARIsmall-holders through inclusive • Europe • EFARDprioritization at local/regional level 1 Coffee break 0. 3 0 1 Discussion: new priorities and new challenges for meeting the future needs of 1: family farmers 0 0 1 Reflections on the issues raised Responding Panellists: 2: E. Penunia (AFA), M. Roozitalab (AARINENA) 0 0 1 Wrap up Session: Toward regional commitments Chair 2. 2 0 1 Close of Session 2: 3 0Sub-Session F2.2: At Global LevelA set of proposed collective actions agreed 0 Theme of the sub-session: What role could smallholder farmers play in meeting Chair: Maryam Rahmanian (CENESTA –to improve the use of global foresight in 8: future needs in food and nutrition security, poverty alleviation and sustainable Iran; Vice Chair HLPE-CFS)making research and innovation systems 3 management of natural resources? Facilitator: Frédéric Lapeyrie (CRAI)more responsive to future development 0needs at global level 0 Illustrative cases: What new insights global foresight has brought and how doA set of proposed collective actions agreed 8. they shape research and policies (with also a discussion on smallholder farmers)to give global foresight a stronger focus on 4 • 5 scenarios for 2050 - Conditions for Agriculture and Land use • I. Öborn (Swedish U. of Ag. Sciences)smallholder farmers 0 • The future of food and farming (UK Foresight study) • C. Toulmin (IIED)3
  • 4. Provisional Draft-as of 1 October 2012 • FAO perspectives 2050 • Dominique Van Der Mersbrugghe (FAO) • From foresight to research programming: (Agrimonde and Dualine) • M. Guillou (Agreenium) 0 Synthesis from the foresight review: What new insights global foresight has • R. Bourgeois (GFAR) 9: brought and how they have shaped research and policies (with also a discussion 3 on smallholder farmers) 0 0 The foresight dimension into the CGIAR Strategy and Results Framework Action • F. Rijsberman (CEO, CGIAR Consortium) 9: Plan 4 5 1 Proposal: How a Forward Thinking Platform can improve our understanding of • S. Treyer (IDDRI) 0: future challenges 0 0 1 Coffee Break 0: 3 0 1 Discussion: Identifying priorities at global level and informing research to 1: respond to smallholder farmers’ future needs 0 0 1 Reflections on reshaping priorities and future challenges Responding Panellists: 2. S. Ayyappan (ICAR), J. Mutunga (KENFAP – 0 Kenya), B. Hubert (Agropolis) 0 1 Wrap up Session: Toward Commitments Chair 2. 1 5 1 Close of Session4
  • 5. Provisional Draft-as of 1 October 2012 2: 3 0SESSION F3: THE VOICE OF SMALLHOLDERS IN SHAPING PRIORITIESSub-Session F3.1: Improving Foresight through Equitable PartnershipsA set of proposed collective actions agreed 1 Theme of the sub session: How can envisioning future needs be made more Chair: Fernando Lopez (CNFR)to make foresight considerations better 3: inclusive? Facilitator: Sonali Bisht (IMHE)targeted on the livelihood needs of 3smallholder producers, through their 0equitable participation in forward-looking, 1 Illustrative cases: Partnership practices in foresightanticipatory research and analysis 3: • Foresight partnership practices with PROCISUR • E. Ruz (PROCISUR Ex Sec) 4 • Fostering partnership in foresight: the CCAFS scenarios on food security in • J. Verwoort (CCAFS) 5 E Africa • Policy Dialogues for Prioritization of Demand Driven Agricultural Research • S. Mruthunjaya (APAARI/IFPRI/NARS) for Development in South Asia (sub regional) 1 Synthesis: Equitable partnership for improved foresight, lessons learned from • G. Zwaart (Oxfam) 4: current practices 3 0 1 Discussion: How can foresight create a voice for smallholder farmers in shaping 4: priorities and innovation 4 5 1 Coffee Break 5: 3 0 1 Discussion continued 6: 05
  • 6. Provisional Draft-as of 1 October 2012 0 1 Reflections on practical actions to improve smallholders’ participation Responding Panellists: 6: 4 5 1 Wrap up Session: Toward Commitments Chair 7: 0 0 1 Close of Session 7: 3 0Sub-Session F3.2: Developing Capacities for Improved ForesightA set of proposed collective actions to 1 Theme of the sub session: How can we strengthen foresight capacities at Chair: Marion Guillou (AGREENIUM)strengthen national foresight capabilities, 3: different scales and for different sectors Facilitator: Gustavo Ferreira (INIA,for countries to determine their own future 3 Uruguay)needs and take better account of the 0particular needs of smallholder farmers 1 • The Global Foresight Academy: Developing foresight capacities in and for • R.Tabo FARA 3: Africa 4 • NB: A possible FORAGRO commitment for LAC Academy • J. French (FORAGRO) 5 • G. Henry (CIAT-CIRAD) • How the CGIAR can support regional foresight capabilities • Visioning Agriculture R&D: Indian Experience and Perspective • R. Chand (NCAP, India) 1 Perspectives from different sectors on addressing capacity needs for improved Representatives of different sectors (research, 4: foresight (Sectoral working groups in parallel) farmers, NGOs etc.) 3 0 1 Coffee Break 5: 36
  • 7. Provisional Draft-as of 1 October 2012 0 1 Highlights from discussions and actions required in 2012-2014 to enhance 6: capacities for improved foresight (All groups) 0 0 1 Reflections on the issues raised Responding Panellists: 7: D. Bergvinson (BMGF) 0 0 1 Wrap up Session: Toward Commitments Chair 7: 1 5 1 Close of Session 7: 3 0SESSION P1: PARTNERSHIPS TO ACHIEVE FOOD AND NUTRITION SECURITYSub-Session P1.1: National Food SecurityIdentify key constraints to be addressed 1 Introduction: embracing the complexity of Food Security Chair: Ken Cassman (HLPE-CFS & Right toand required partnership commitments to 3: Food)be implemented in 2012-2014 to build 3 Facilitator: Thomas Randolph (ILRI)successful international partnerships 0addressing food security 1 Large scale commodity systems Initiatives 3: • Innovative partnerships in MAIZE: the MasAgro experience • D. Watson (CRP Maize 4 CIMMYT/Mexico Masagro, INIFAP) 0 • The contribution of rice research to global Food Security • B. Bouman (CRP GRiSP – Rice) • T. Randolph (CRP Livestock and fish) • Mobilizing AR4D partnerships to improve access and consumption of critical animal-source foods • H. Lucas (IRIWI France) • The Wheat Initiative an international research initiative for wheat7
  • 8. Provisional Draft-as of 1 October 2012 improvement 1 Strengthening regional and national innovation pathways and regional strategies 4: and policies for Food security 3 • Wheat Improvement in Asia FAO/APAARI/CIMMYT/ICARDA/JIRCAS • T. Lumpkin (CIMMYT) or APAARI 0 Representative • National Food Security Mission (India) • S. Ayyappan (ICAR) 1 Discussion The Plenary 5: 0 0 1 Coffee Break 5: 3 0 1 Farmer involvement in scaling-out impacts on major crops 6: • AGRA public-private • M. Kroma (AGRA/AWARD) 0 • ALINe study on feedback loops • W. Dogbe (CSIR Ghana) 0 • Effectiveness of AR4D in SSA from the perspectives of varietal output and • T. Walker (MSU) adoption 1 Discussion Participants 6: 3 0 1 Reflections on the issues raised: practical implications in improving food security Responding Panellists: 7: L. Antoine (Pioneer); N. Van Bo (Vietnam 0 VAAS) 0 1 Wrap up Session Chair 7:8
  • 9. Provisional Draft-as of 1 October 2012 2 0 1 Close of Session 7: 3 0Sub-Session P1.2: Household Nutrition SecurityPractical steps to incorporate nutrition into 1 Introduction: Ending Hunger and Ensuring Nutrition Worldwide Chair: Barbara Burlingame (FAO)national, regional and international AR4D 3: Facilitator: Lynn Brown (WFP)agendas, systems and processes over the 3period to 2014, targeting smallholders, 0women and children 1 Panel of practitioners on meeting nutrition needs through diverse approaches Panellists: 3: • M. Aït-Aïssa (Action contre la Faim (ACF) 4 – [Africa example]; 0 • E. Hillenbrand, Helen Keller Intl (Cambodia, Bangladesh); • D. Keatinge (Diversity for Development) 1 Global push for action through large scale initiatives in nutrition :Agricultural • J. Mc Dermott (CRP4) 4. Research taking on the Nutrition Challenge; Sustainable production and • B. Burlingame (FAO) 2 sustainable diets • Y. Hoberg (SAFANSI)/ Secure Nutrition; 0 • A. Tollervey (DFID-LCIRAH) • L. Brown (World Food Program - GDPRD/GAP) 1 Coffee Break 5: 3 0 1 Discussion The Plenary 6: 09
  • 10. Provisional Draft-as of 1 October 2012 0 1 The road ahead – priorities for taking the agenda forward and the role of Responding Panellists: 6: different actors 4 AGRA/CAADP, BMGF, DFID, CIDA (?) 0 Embrapa/Harvest Plus, Shantanu Mathur (IFAD), Daniela Alfaro (CGIAR), BMGF, D. Minella (Ajinomoto), Coke tbc 1 Wrap up Session Chair 7: 1 5 1 Close of Session 7: 3 0SESSION P2: PARTNERSHIPS FOR ENVIRONMENTAL RESILIENCESub-Session P2.1: Sustainable Use of BiodiversityConcerted regional actions implemented 0 Introduction: Outcomes of the Science Forum Chair: Mr. Braulio Ferreira de Souza Diasthrough the new partnerships for AR4D 8: (CBD Executive Secretary) or Alexanderthat enhance resilience and sustainable 3 Müller (FAO)use of natural resources at local and 0 Facilitator:landscape scales. 0 Sustainable Use of Biodiversity • S. Grando (CG Consortium joint reflections 9: on agrobiodiversity); 0 • Sh. Bhatti (ITPGRFA/GCDT); 0 • A. Elhalwagi (WANA Network AARINENA); • K. Atta-Krah (APAARI Suwon & Bioversity)10
  • 11. Provisional Draft-as of 1 October 2012 0 Discussion The Plenary 9: 5 0 1 Coffee Break 0: 3 0 1 • 1: • H. Shapiro (Orphan Crops Initiative, WWF, 0 DuPont, MARS, etc) 0 • R. Ghodake (PNG-NARI) 1 Interventions from the Plenary All participants 1: 4 0 1 Reflections on the issues raised Responding Panelists: 2: GPP D4D, 1 Other Designated Respondents 0 1 Wrap up Session Chair 2: 2 0 1 Close of Session 2: 3 011
  • 12. Provisional Draft-as of 1 October 2012Sub-Session P2.2: Land, Water, Forests and LandscapesConcerted regional actions implemented 0 Introduction: Outcomes of the Science Forum Chair: Jeff Sayer (ISPC)through the new partnerships for AR4D 8: Facilitator: Sara Scherr (EcoAgriculturethat enhance resilience and sustainable 3 Partners)use of natural resources at local and 0landscape scales. 0 Ecosystem Resilience and Multi-stakeholder Governance • S. Cook (Water: CRP 5); 8: • J. Turok (ICARDA-CAC) More effective 4 actions for the Aral Sea 5 • W. Kabir (BARC Bangladesh) Indo- Gangetic Plains Rice-Wheat Consortium: • Organic Agriculture (NGOs) • I. Mello (Brazilian Federation of No-till Associations) 1 Coffee Break 0: 3 0 1 Ecosystem Resilience and Multi-stakeholder Governance • R. Nasi (CRP 6 forest biodiversity use) 1: • S. Simons (AIRCA) 0 0 • S. Scherr (EcoAgriculture Partners) on Landscape management 1 How to reach impacts at scale in NRM? J. Sayer (ISPC) 1: 3 0 1 Reflections on the issues raised Responding Panellists:12
  • 13. Provisional Draft-as of 1 October 2012 1: 5 0 1 Wrap up Session Chair 2: 2 0 1 Close of Session 2: 3 0Sub-Session P2.3: Climate ChangeCollective alliance agreed integrating 0 Introduction: Achieving Food Security in the Face of Climate Change: Chair: Federica Rossi (WMO)programmes on climate change adaptation 8: Recommendations of the Commission of the Sustainable Agriculture and Facilitator: Mainza Mugoya (EAFF)& mitigation at national, regional and 3 Climate Change – Why we need a step change in our partnerships models?international levels over the two years 0ahead. 0 How understanding of climate change scenarios has shaped new regional 8: partnerships in research for development 5 • Climate change forecasts: implications for regional climate change • J. Kinyangi (Regional Program Leader 0 partnerships ILRI/CCAFS) • Global Research Alliance for Agricultural Greenhouse Gases • H. Montgomery (GRA-AGG) 0 Regional approaches towards climate-smart agriculture 9: • Developing regional AR4D responses to climate change implications • M. Al Ajlouni (AARINENA/WMO) 1 • Building Regional Community Learning Platforms for Climate Change • A. Yaye (ANAFE) 0 and Food Security 0 Addressing national needs through AR4D processes 9:13
  • 14. Provisional Draft-as of 1 October 2012 3 • Fighting against desertification: Africa, Brazil and France • M. Bouvet (AIRD) 0 • Improving Adaptation to Climate Change for Sustainable Development • W. Baethgen (International Institute for in the Agricultural Sector of Uruguay: The National Agricultural Research on Climate and Society (IRI)) Information System 0 Discussion Participants 9: 5 0 1 Coffee break 0: 3 0 1 Research initiatives to integrate local communities into AR4D processes 1: 0 • Community engagement in forest management for adaptation and • A. Sitoe (Mozambique University/ CRP6) 0 mitigation • Climate Change and Agriculture in Ghana: Issues, Research Initiatives • J. Naab (CSIR) and Partnerships 1 Discussion Participants 1: 2 0 1 Establishing the Global Alliance: to inform policy and practice “Foresight and Action Plan (as panel): 1: partnerships, from global to local levels, for climate change adaptation and • R. Echeverria (CIAT/CCAFS) 5 mitigation” • W. Oyhantcabal, GRA-Agriculture 0 Greenhouse Gases14
  • 15. Provisional Draft-as of 1 October 2012 • E. Fernandez (World Bank) • K. Sivi Njojo (SDI, Kenya Progamme Director-CRP connected) 1 Wrap up Session Chair 2: 2 0 1 Close of Session 2: 3 0SESSION P3: PARTNERSHIPS FOR LIVELIHOOD IMPACTSSub-Session P3.1: Innovations for Better LivelihoodsIdentified and defined effective strategies 1 What is needed in the approach? Chair: Rodney Cookefor implementing innovation partnerships 3: Facilitator: Neth Dano (ETC Group)and producing the evidence and 3understanding required for impact in 0global, regional and national programs 1 Introduction: the livelihoods policy context • R. Cooke (IFAD Rural poverty report 2011)addressing poverty reduction and 3: • R. Meinzen-Dick (CRP Policies &improving livelihoods at scale 4 institutions Policy research to meet 0 livelihood & gender needs) 1 Panel: Stakeholders’ approach to AR4D • A.Dave (India) 4: • A. Waters-Bayer (INSARD/CSO-GARD 0 CSO Network) 0 • P. Kiriro (EAFF) 1 Putting the approach into practice: Establishing effective livelihood research • P. Dugan (CRP Aquatic Agricultural15
  • 16. Provisional Draft-as of 1 October 2012 4: partnerships for impact at scale Systems for the poor and vulnerable) 2 • W. Payne (CRP Dryland Agriculture) 0 1 Discussion The Plenary 4: 5 0 1 Coffee Break 5: 3 0 1 Working with national innovation pilot learning sites and inter-regional innovation • A. Adekunle FARA SSA-CP (now CRP 1.2 6: platforms on Humid Tropics), 0 • G. Thiele (CRP Roots tubers & bananas) 0 1 Discussion Building partnerships for livelihood impacts at 6: scale, around the above examples 3 0 1 Reflections on the issues raised S. Nour (CARE; CRP partner), W. Dar 7: (ICRISAT) 0 0 1 Wrap up Session Chair 7: 1 5 1 Close of session 7: 3 0Sub-Session P3.2: Turning Innovations into Market Opportunities16
  • 17. Provisional Draft-as of 1 October 2012Collective programme partnership to 1 Introduction Chair: Philip Kirirostrengthen smallholder-to-market linkages 3: Facilitator: Felicity Proctor (ESFIM)for agricultural innovation to increase 3farmers’ profits, benefit households and 0improve rural livelihoods 1 Enabling Environments and policies for smallholders • Karen Brooks (CRP Policies & Markets 3: • Ruben Mendez (Chile Alimentos) 4 0 • R. Carlson (World Farmers Organization) 1 Discussion The Plenary 4: 4 0 1 Coffee Break 5: 3 0 1 Fostering Smallholder Entrepreneurship • G. Ton (ESFIM collective); 6: • J. Mutunga (KENFAP Farmers’ 0 Organization Kenya); 0 • Sh. Chavez Carballo (Costa Rica) • L. Castillo (Junta Nacional de Cafe) 1 Discussion The Plenary 6: 3 0 1 Reflections on the issues raised Responding panellists: 7: R. Carlson (World Farmers Organization); M. 1 El-Kholy (Olive Network); B. Alimgazinova17
  • 18. Provisional Draft-as of 1 October 2012 0 (AgroInnovation, Kazakhstan) 1 Wrap up Session Chair 7: 2 0 1 Close of Session 7: 3 0Sub-Session P3.3: Rebuilding Livelihoods in Protracted CrisesA new collective initiative launched to help 1 Introduction Chair: Cardinal Oscar Andres Rodriguezrebuild and revitalize communities to move 3: Maradiaga (President of Caritas)from dependency to self-sufficiency by 3 Facilitator: Irene Frempong (FARA)mobilizing the role of agricultural 0knowledge and innovation in post-conflictand fragile States 1 • Post-conflict countries • I. Frempong (FARA: results of workshop 3: on capacity for agricultural innovation in 5 post-conflict countries) 0 • Protracted Crises: Horn of Africa • L. Alinovi (FAO Horn of Africa Programme & WFP Purchase for Progress) • Rwanda: a country example • J.-J. Mbonigaba (Government of Rwanda, Ag Board) • Civil society organizations as knowledge providers, rebuilding communities • TBD Action contre la Faim (ACF) 1 Discussion The Plenary 4: 3 018
  • 19. Provisional Draft-as of 1 October 2012 1 Coffee Break 5: 3 0 1 • Role of International Systems • M. Solh (ICARDA) 6: • Afghanistan - provision of innovative technologies • J. Rizvi (ICARDA-Afghanistan) 0 0 • Iraq – replacing lost AR4D • S. Badr Fatlawi (ARS/ICARDA) • Haiti post earthquake • M.R.Pierre Louis (Haiti, IICA) 1 Discussion The Plenary 6: 4 0 1 Reflections on the issues raised: requirements for collective action Responding Panellists: 7: FAO-CFS, UNDP adviser, WFP, Caritas 0 0 1 Wrap up Session Chair 7: 2 0 1 Close of Session 7: 3 0SESSION C 1: New InvestmentsSub-Session C 1.1: Public Investments19
  • 20. Provisional Draft-as of 1 October 2012New evidence brought together on public 1 Introduction to the Sub-Session Chair: Julie Howard (USAID)investments and returns for advocating 4: Facilitator: Nienke Beintema (ASTI)greater public investment 0 0 1 Monitoring AR4D investments around the world: 4: 1 • The L’Aquila Initiative on Food Security and Working group on • J. Shrier (Acting Special Representative 0 Reporting and Managing for Development Results (AFSI-MfDR) for Global Food Security at U.S. Department of State) • K. Hussein, OECD/APF(Africa Partnership • OECD/DAC Mutual Review on Development Effectiveness, and Forum) Creditor Reporting System(CRS) • A. Di Giulio, DG RTD/Dir E, EC • Horizon 2020 1 • CGIAR Fund investment trends • J. Wadsworth (CGIAR Fund) 4: 4 • AR4D donor investment in Africa EIARD study assessing donor support • D. Radcliffe (EFARD) 0 to CAADP Pillar 4 (July 2011) • Tracking AR4D investments and capacities at Regional and National • N. Beintema (ASTI with Regional Fora levels: APAARI, AARINENA, CACAARI, FARA, FORAGRO Summaries) Discussion The Plenary 1 5: 1 020
  • 21. Provisional Draft-as of 1 October 2012 Coffee Break 1 5: 3 0 1 Returns on national and international investments 6: • Impacts of investments by BRICS • U. Lele – Study on India, Brazil, China, 0 Indonesia 0 • Center for Chinese Agricultural Policy (CAAS) • TBI (CAAS) 1 • Determining investment impacts from CGIAR • D. Gollin (SPIA Chair – by video) 6: 2 0 INIA Uruguay AR4D investments & returns • M. Allegri/A. Roel 1 Discussion The Plenary 6: 4 0 1 Reflections on issues raised Responding panellists: 7: E. Pehu (WB), N. Austin (ACIAR) 1 0 1 Wrap up Session Chair 7: 221
  • 22. Provisional Draft-as of 1 October 2012 0 1 Close of Session 7: 3 0Sub-Session C 1.2: Public-Private-Civil MechanismsInnovative public-private models reviewed, 1 Introduction to the Sub-Session Chair: Nikita Eriksen-Hamel (GDPRDrefined and scaled out for adoption by new 4: Facilitator: Lucy Muchoki (PanAAC)partners 0 0 1 Setting the scene: New models, mechanisms and initiatives to support public- • R. Bertram (Feed the Future)/G8 New 4: private partnerships. Alliance of Food Security 1 • J. Lebel (IDRC) and/or M. Ferroni 0 (Syngenta Foundation) on IDRC- Syngenta Platform on PPPs in agriculture • T. Gerstle (Farming First on Responsible Agricultural investments (HLPE-CFS)) 1 Discussion The Plenary 4: 5 0 1 Learning from Experience – Examples of Public-Private-Civil Mechanisms • H. Shapiro (Mars/CGIAR sustainable tree 5: crops) 1 0 • H.S. Gupta (IARI);22
  • 23. Provisional Draft-as of 1 October 2012 • D. Risso (Seed Association of the Americas) 1 Coffee Break 5: 3 0 1 Reconciling private and public interests: Farmers rights and breeders rights • J. Chaves (GFAR/ITPGRFA/CGIAR) 6: 0 • P.L. Gautam (Protection of Plant Varieties and Farmers Rights Authority, India) 0 1 Smallholder-driven Public-Private-Civil Models • A. Waters-Bayer Prolinnova scaling-out 6: local innovation 1 • B. Adolph (IIED Farmer-driven research 5 & Farmers’ Juries) 1 Discussion The Plenary 6: 3 5 1 Reflections on the issues raised • M. Cissokho (ROPPA); 7: • M. Dadlani (IARI) 1 • L. Adriano (ADB) 0 • P. Rao (Nuzeevidu Seeds Pvt. Ltd, India) 1 Wrap up Session Chair 7: 2 0 1 Close of Session Facilitator23
  • 24. Provisional Draft-as of 1 October 2012 7: 3 0Sub-Session C 1.3: North-South and South-South Collective ActionsPromoting inter-regional learning and 1 Introduction to the Sub-Session Chair: Claudio Barrigacapacities through mobilizing and 4: Facilitator: Mario Allegristrengthening innovative networks to 0demonstrate and enhance their impacts 0 1 Brief presentations on impacts and learning from Inter-regional networks • P. Sarfatti (PAEPARD, IAO, Italy) 4: • I. Frempong (CAADP-CGIAR Alliance) 1 • P. Duarte (Embrapa Brazil-Africa and 5 Brazil-Caribbean Innovation marketplaces) • M.-T. Dobao (INIAS Ibero-America) • A. N’Joya (CORAF/WECARD) for IRD/CIRAD collaborative platforms • S. Kiselev (Eurasian Center for Food Security – Russian Federation & Central Asia) [CACAARI example] • A. El-Beltagy (CIHEAM) 1 Discussion 5: 1 0 1 Coffee Break 5: 324
  • 25. Provisional Draft-as of 1 October 2012 0 1 Enhancing collaboration among G20 Nations research leaders – Outcomes of P. Brajcich (INIFAP, MACS) 6: the Meeting of Agriculture Chief Scientists (MACS) 0 0 1 Discussion: Strengthening the impact of South-South and North-South Networks The Plenary 6: 2 0 1 Close of Session 7: 3 0 18:00 SPECIAL PLENARY SESSION: MINISTERIAL ROUNDTABLE OF CONSEJO AGROPECUARIO DEL SUR (CAS)SESSION C2: ENHANCING CAPACITIESSub-Session C.2.1: Institutional Knowledge and LearningInstitutional and network collaboration 8: Setting the Scene: Tropical Agriculture Platform Chair: Xiangjun Yao (FAO)structured and enhanced for improving 3 Facilitator: Stephen Rudgard (FAO)human skills and addressing capacities 0 • A. Sonnino (TAP, FAO)required for success in collective AR4Dactions such as the CRPs. New skill-sets • D. Nielson (TEAM-Africa-World Bank)required identified along innovation • F. J. Maldonado Arceo (Case studypathways between smallholder producers, Mexico, COFUPRO)consumers and researchers, andmechanisms identified to deliver these • H. Mruthyunjaya (Case study India, NAIP) • V. Villalobos (CIMMYT/CIAT/CIP LAC linkages, IICA)25
  • 26. Provisional Draft-as of 1 October 2012 9: 1 4 Facilitated Discussion (chat show format) 5 1 0: Coffee Break 3 0 1 Facilitated Discussion (continued) 1: 0 0 1 Sharing Insights (5 guests) Chair 1: 4 5 1 Wrap up Session 2: 1 5Sub-Session C2.2: Individual Learning and Empowerment of Women and YouthCollective action agreed on measures to 0 Introduction Chair: Dr Vicki Wilde (AWARD)enable and empower women in agricultural 8: Facilitator: Judith Francis (CTA & ACPcareers and measures to reform education 3 Women in Science)to engage with and attract young people 01 The chat shows open circle layout encourages greater participation and, due to its informal nature, is less intimidating than a panel discussion. Facilitator provides an introduction, encouragesdebate amongst the guests (5 in this session) and invites questions from the audience.26
  • 27. Provisional Draft-as of 1 October 2012into agricultural careers. 0 Empowering Youth through AR4D • Earth University Costa Rica 8: • D. Pillot (SupAgro/UniBrain) 4 5 • N. Hosenally (YPARD) • F. Garcia (Uruguay Natl Univ Agronomy Faculty for RIACES network) • Ph. Choquet, GCHERA • Chakraborty (Indian Agriculture University Association) 0 Reflections on the Issues Raised to Answer the Guiding Questions Responding Panellists and The Plenary 9: Young farmer and agricultural student: 2 3 options from the Caribbean: 0 K.A.D. Bascombe (Trinidad & Tobago, agribusiness graduate student) K. Holder (Barbados, female farmer leader and member of Produce Growers Ltd)) 1 Coffee Break 0: 3 0 1 Empowering Women in AR4D • REAF (speaker tbd, CSO) 1: • 0 • K. Srinath (NRCWA India) 0 1 Discussion The Plenary 1: 4 0 1 Reflections on the Issues Raised to Answer the Guiding Questions Responding panellists: women and rural youth:27
  • 28. Provisional Draft-as of 1 October 2012 2: GCWA young woman professional (tbd) 1 GAP (speaker tbd) 0 1 Wrap up Session Chair 2: 2 0 1 Close of Session 2: 3 0SESSION C.3: SHARING AND USING AGRICULTURAL KNOWLEDGESub-Session C.3.1: Access, Sharing and Transformation of Agricultural InformationCoherent institutional and network 1 Introduction Chair: Enrica Porcari (CGIAR)collaborations developed and scaled out 3: Facilitator: Stephen Rudgardfor improving sharing, exchange and 3effective use of data, information and 0knowledge globally 1 CIARD Framework for Data and Information Sharing • S. Rudgard (CIARD Core Group) 3: 4 0 Regional Forum Experiences in CIARD Advocacy and Implementation – Regional Forum Representatives 1 Challenges and Opportunities 4: • A. Attaluri (APAARI); 1 0 • M. Wopereis (FARA); • T. Ebrahimi (AARINENA); • V. Palmieri (FORAGRO); • O. Shatberashvili (CACAARI)28
  • 29. Provisional Draft-as of 1 October 2012 1 CGIAR experiences in sharing research data and information (CGIAR J. Smith (ILRI); P. Ballantyne (ILRI) 4: Consortium/ ILRI) 4 0 1 US Agricultural Information Network (USDA Initiatives in Open Access) 4: 5 0 1 5: China’s experiences with CIARD.RING China (CAAS) P. Shuchun (CAAS); D. Feng (CAAS) 0 0 1 5: 1 Ghana’s experience in drawing on the CIARD-RING to inform farmers A. Salifou & J. Sam (CSIR) 0 1 5: Coffee Break 3 0 1 6: Discussion The Plenary 0 0 1 Reflections on issues raised Responding panellists: 7: 0 029
  • 30. Provisional Draft-as of 1 October 2012 1 7: Wrap up Session Chair 2 0 1 7: Close of Session 3 0Sub-Session C.3.2: Innovative Knowledge and Advisory ServicesInstitutional and network collaboration 1 Introduction Chair: S. Nahdy (AFAAS)developed for improving knowledge and 3: Facilitator: S. Canney Davison (GFRAS)advisory services for resource poor small 3holder farmers globally 0(This session’s content is subject to further 1 New Extensionist • K. Davis (GFRAS)discussion with GFRAS) 3: 4 • R. Suleiman (DFID Consultant) 0 1 Regional actions • J. Mutimba/ Stella Kankwamba (AFAAS) 4: 1 • L. Ramirez/Leticia Deschamps 0 RELASER (Latin America)/APIRAS 1 4: 2 New approaches combining agricultural information & advisory services • Tr.Nichols (CABI Plantwise) 0 1 Report from the International Extension Meeting, New Delhi • K.D. Kokate (ICAR) 4:30
  • 31. Provisional Draft-as of 1 October 2012 3 0 1 4: 4 • WFO, Farming First 0 1 4: Discussion The Plenary 5 0 1 5: Coffee Break Tbd by GFRAS et al. 3 0 1 6: Discussion 0 0 1 7: Reflections on the issues raised Responding panellists 1 0 1 Wrap up Session Chair 7: 231
  • 32. Provisional Draft-as of 1 October 2012 0 1 7: Close of Session 3 032

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