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Présentation faite lors du 5ème anniversaire de Global Hort à la communauté scientifique montpelliéraine, ses réalisations, son plan d’action et ses ambitions pour l’avenir

Présentation faite lors du 5ème anniversaire de Global Hort à la communauté scientifique montpelliéraine, ses réalisations, son plan d’action et ses ambitions pour l’avenir

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  • 1. From its roots to the sprouting of GlobalHort Jacky GanryCIRAD
  • 2. 1998: the WCHRthe World Conference on Horticultural Researchjoint conference ISHS- ASHSRome, June 1998Big challenges in DCswhere horticultural researchisweakNeed to increasecooperation in Horticultural Research Committee for ResearchCooperationCRC
  • 3. ISHS….. the CRC CRC becameoperational 5 yearslater in 2003:in Providence, Rhode Island, 4-5 October 2003 in Chania, Crete, 11-13 April, 2004 in Arusha, Tanzania, 12 -13 February 2005 in Montpellier, 25 March, 2006   
  • 4. ISHS….. the CRCKey outputs: - attractive and facilitatingprocedures to involveDCs as ISHS councilmembers; as hosting countries for ISHS meetings (executive – council – Board meetings), and symposia - use opportunity of symposia to train researchers and techniciansfromDCs-better information and communication
  • 5. CGIAR/AGM3 in Nairobi, 28-31 October 2003   …. New priorities for the CGIAR; 1) Geneticresources 2) Breeding3)HVC: High Added Value Crops, including Fruits and Vegetables confirmed in AGM4 and 5 joint GFAR – CGIAR meeting on HAVC in Cali – Oct 2005 Processlaunched for a Challenge Program on HVC (June 2007-Oct 2008)
  • 6. joint GFAR – CGIAR meeting on HVCCali, CIAT, 3-5 Octobre 2005 - build a shared vision of the HVC concept, benefiting to the poorest populations, - Examine the various possible strategies for linking smallholder farmers to markets with HVC - Outline of a shared research "agenda“ on HVC; - Explore potential alliances, including the involvement of donors
  • 7. Processlaunched for a Challenge Programme on HorticultureWorkshop - Challenge Program High Value Crops - ICRAF, Nairobi, Kenya; 7 – 8 June 2007 [GlobalHort almost absent in the process leaded by AVRDC] .Co-HortA deep engagement but a missedopportunity and strongdisappointment of the partnersOct 2008: CGIAR withdrawed HVC and Horticulture as a priorityDec 2008 :AGM6 in Maputo: CGIAR come back to core action on staples and biofortification
  • 8. Global Horticultural AssessmentGHA
    September2004: initiated by the UC Davis, The World Vegetable Center (AVRDC), Michigan State University, Purdue University and University of HawaiiPhase 1: Synthesis Workshop on Global Horticulture Challenges and Opportunities UC Davis, Oct, 2004Phase 2: Regional Workshops and Survey Arusha, Tanzania, Feb, 2005Zamorano, Honduras, March, 2005Cairo, Egypt, April, 2005
  • 9. Global Horticultural AssessmentGHA
    Results: eight primary issues, shared throughout the regions:• Marketsystems• Postharvest systems and food safety• Genetic resources conservation and development• Sustainable production systems and natural resources management• Capacity building• Enablingenvironment• Genderequity• Nutrition and humanhealth
  • 10. Fruits, vegetables and horticulture at CIRADin 2006
    - a clear and visible focus on horticultural cropsthroughitsdepartment FLHOR - an enhancedpartnershipwith FAO and WHO through the WHO-FAO Initiative « Fruits and Vegetable for Health »
  • 11. Fruits, vegetables and horticulture at CIRADin 2006
    Cities Food supply
    Tropical Horticulture,
    Food and Health
    Food security
    Food safety
    Risk management
    in tropical horticulture
    High Value
    tropical Horticulture
    Ecological impact
    Happy BirthdayGlobalHort, Montpellier, April 8thy
  • 12. The joint WHO/FAO Initiative
    WHO/FAO Expert Consultation, 2003
    and Kobe meeting, 2004:
    - Recognition of positive healtheffects of fruits and vegetables
    - Low fruit and vegetable consumption is among the top 10 selected risk factors for global mortality
    - But consumption far below the recommended 400g /day/capin manyDCs
    - Wordwide 2.7 millions lifescouldbesavedthroughbetternutrition with F&V
  • 13. Joint WHO/FAO Initiative
    Oct 2003 : MedicalCongress on chronicdiseases in BrazilOct 2004 : WHO-FAO meeting in Kobe – JaponSept 2005: Portuguesespeaking countries workshop in LisbonAug 2006: East Asian workshop in SeoulOct 2007 : Francophone Africa Workshop in YaoundeSept 2011 : Anglophone Africa Workshop in Arusha
  • 14. UC Davis
    Univ Hawaï
    FAO - WHO
    22 - 24 March 2006 Montpellier
  • 15. Visit Norman Looney, 22/01/09
  • 16. Urban
  • 17. Thankyouverymuchfor your attention