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CCAFS (CRP7) in South Asia:Partnerships for ImpactPramod AggarwalCGIAR Research program on Climate Change, Agriculture and...
CCAFS: Impact pathway in South Asia
1. CCAFS Partnerships for Impact in South Asia• Outcome: Local and national institutions make informed decisions tosupport...
• Outcome: Climate information (and other necessary information) providingsignificant benefits to farmers in the face of c...
• Outcome: Farmers adopting practices that enhance capacity torespond to climate change (climate resilient practices, risk...
• Outcome: Rural women empowered to accessing and usingagricultural and climate-related services• Outputs:– Training of tr...
ICAR/NICRA-CCAFS partnershipAlok SikkaDeputy Director GeneralIndian Council of Agricultural Research
National Initiative on Climate Resilient Agriculture(NICRA) - ICAR• One of the largest network projects of ICAR launched i...
Achievements• Identified more than 100 promising germplasm lines of wheat, rice andpulses against multiple abiotic stresse...
NICRA/ICAR-CCAFS partnershipKey activities• Joint development of DSS for climate change impactassessment, climatic risk ma...
AIC-CCAFS partnership on crop insurance forclimate risk managementKolli RaoAgricultural Insurance Company of India
Agriculture Insurance Company of India Created at the behest of the Government and took over crop insuranceoperation w.e....
AIC-CCAFS partnership on index insurance Improve the Value of Index insurance by minimizing ProductBasis Risk Risk chara...
AIC-CCAFS partnership:Community Level Indemnity based Crop Insurance Objective: Indemnity based crop insurance with minim...
Climate smart villages in Karnal (Haryana):Farmers perspectiveSociety for Conservation of Natural Resources andEmpowering ...
Why farmers cooperatives and Youth?• We have several issues with traditional farming technologies as wellas the way we pra...
ICARInstitutes(Research)CCSHAU(Students)StateDeptt ofAgri(Scaling-out)KVKs(Adaptation)Media(awareness)CCAFS/CIMMYT-Team(Ne...
Technologies we are promoting through customservices, in-field consultations and advisory• Laser land levelling• Zero till...
In-Field Stakeholder Consultation in CCAFS(HKA, ICAR, SDA, CIMMYT, Private sector, Farmers etc)
Farmer Cooperatives and youth are playing key role
RecognitionsPlease just put the photograph of your award fromCM Haryana
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  1. 1. CCAFS (CRP7) in South Asia:Partnerships for ImpactPramod AggarwalCGIAR Research program on Climate Change, Agriculture and Food SecurityInternational Water Management Institute, New Delhi
  2. 2. CCAFS: Impact pathway in South Asia
  3. 3. 1. CCAFS Partnerships for Impact in South Asia• Outcome: Local and national institutions make informed decisions tosupport food security, enhancement of climate-resilient agriculture, andintegration of climate sensitive development pathways into and planning ofdevelopment interventions• Outputs:– Tools to support investment decisions and prioritization of adaptation/mitigation options– Regionally differentiated impact assessment of climate change– Germplasm threatened by climate change conserved– Toolkit for weather forecast linked pre-harvest crop yield forecasts– Enhanced capacity in the region• Partnership:– Governments: Ministries of Agriculture– NARS: ICAR-NICRA, NPGR, NARC, Nepal Gene Bank– Met Agencies: IMD, DHM– NGOs: CEGIS, NDRI– CGIAR: IFPRI, CIMMYT, IRRI, ICRISAT, CIAT, Bioversity– International partners: IRI, Colombia
  4. 4. • Outcome: Climate information (and other necessary information) providingsignificant benefits to farmers in the face of climate variability• Outputs:– Products for index- based insurance for climate risk management– Weather-forecasts and value-added agro-advisories– Climate literacy of farmers enhanced through cell-phone based awareness campaigns– Rural women accessing and using agricultural and climate-related services and information• Partnership:– Industry: Agricultural Insurance Company of India; IFFKO Kisan Sanchar Limited– Met agencies: IMD, India, DHM, Nepal– NARS: ICAR, NARC– NGOS: NDRI, CARE, IFFKO Foundation; Women Co-operatives2. CCAFS Partnerships for Impact in South Asia
  5. 5. • Outcome: Farmers adopting practices that enhance capacity torespond to climate change (climate resilient practices, riskmanagement, mitigation and adaptive capacities)• Outputs:– ‘Climate smart villages’ established at several sites– Policy to link ‘climate smart village’ approach with on-going government programs forscaling out– Farmer participatory videos for scaling out– Capacity of farmers, and local and national institutions enhanced• Partnership:– Farmer cooperatives– Local government: Panchayats, block, district and state governments– NARS: ICAR, NARC, SAUs– Industry: IFFKO-TOKIO (Insurance), IKSL (ICT), input suppliers– CGIAR centers: IFPRI, CIMMYT, IWMI, Bioversity, WorldFish, CIP3. CCAFS Partnerships for Impact in South Asia
  6. 6. • Outcome: Rural women empowered to accessing and usingagricultural and climate-related services• Outputs:– Training of trainers modules– Training modules for rural women developed and field tested– Pilots launched at several sites to demonstrate women-farmer led climate riskmanagement- seeds for needs, ICT based weather knowledge– Capacity of local governments and cooperatives enhanced• Partnership:– Women cooperatives– Local government: Panchayats, block, district and state governments– NARS: ICAR, NARC– NGOs: Alternative Futures and others– CGIAR centers: CIMMYT, IWMI, Bioversity, WorldFish4. CCAFS Partnerships for Impact in South Asia
  7. 7. ICAR/NICRA-CCAFS partnershipAlok SikkaDeputy Director GeneralIndian Council of Agricultural Research
  8. 8. National Initiative on Climate Resilient Agriculture(NICRA) - ICAR• One of the largest network projects of ICAR launched in 2011• All major ICAR Institutes as partners with CRIDA as the lead institute• The project has four components Strategic research Technology demonstration Sponsored and competitive grants Capacity building• State of the art research infrastructure at major ICAR Institutes:phenotyping platforms, FATE, CTGC, TGT, walk in CO2 chambers,flux towers, satellite stations, animal calorie meters, fishing vessel withclimate monitoring facilities.
  9. 9. Achievements• Identified more than 100 promising germplasm lines of wheat, rice andpulses against multiple abiotic stresses• Established relationship between climate variables and spawning in majormarine fish species• Established long term experiments across the country for quantifying theimpact of CA on GHG emissions• Initiated technology demonstrations in 100 vulnerable districts for farmlevel evaluation of best bet practices for coping with climate variabilitycovering nearly 1.00 lakh farmers.• Established horizontal linkages with state development departments forupscaling the successful models• Organized more than 2000 climate awareness programs for farmers andother stakeholders across the country
  10. 10. NICRA/ICAR-CCAFS partnershipKey activities• Joint development of DSS for climate change impactassessment, climatic risk management, pre-harvest crop yieldforecasting, and for agricultural adaptation strategies.• Scaling out climate smart villages- linking with on-going governmentdevelopment programs.• Database system for monitoring adaptation and mitigation benefits -implications for developing national strategy on climate change andagriculture.• Capacity strengthening in climate change scenarios, spatialmodelling, and prioritization methodology for adaptation/mitigationbenefits.
  11. 11. AIC-CCAFS partnership on crop insurance forclimate risk managementKolli RaoAgricultural Insurance Company of India
  12. 12. Agriculture Insurance Company of India Created at the behest of the Government and took over crop insuranceoperation w.e.f. 1st April 2003 Stakeholders: GIC (35%), NABARD (30%) and NIA, NIC, OIC & UIIC (8.75%each) Design appropriate and farmer friendly crop insurance products Net-worth as on 31st Mar 2012- INR 15.75 billion 2-Tier structure of Corporate Office and Regional Offices 17 Regional Offices as Underwriting Centres 240 dedicated technically qualified manpower AICNET (ANNAPOORNA) for seamless IT integration Administering the World’s largest index based crop insurance with over25 M farmers insured annually Multiple-Agency Platform Innovations & Technologies
  13. 13. AIC-CCAFS partnership on index insurance Improve the Value of Index insurance by minimizing ProductBasis Risk Risk characterization for key crops at Agro-Climatic Zone level Rainfall triggers for rice, cotton, soybean, pearl millet, andcorn Heat (high temperature) triggers for wheat, mustard andchickpea Product testing during Kharif 2013
  14. 14. AIC-CCAFS partnership:Community Level Indemnity based Crop Insurance Objective: Indemnity based crop insurance with minimaladministrative cost and least moral hazard Pilots being launched in Tamilnadu and Bihar Named peril insurance at community level as a standaloneproduct Named peril insurance at community level as top-up with rainfallbased index insurance Double Trigger Index insurance Named peril insurance standalone product at community levelwith ‘loyalty bonus’ GPS enabled Handheld Devices for enrolment and lossassessment Value-added services
  15. 15. Climate smart villages in Karnal (Haryana):Farmers perspectiveSociety for Conservation of Natural Resources andEmpowering Rural Youth, Karnal (Haryana)Vikas ChaudharyFarmer
  16. 16. Why farmers cooperatives and Youth?• We have several issues with traditional farming technologies as wellas the way we practice themo Water, labour shortages, high production costso Soil health and environmental pollutiono Profit marginso Youth are moving away from farming• Blanket, large area recommendations are really not very helpful-example of 2012-13 (both kharif and rabi seasons)• Unidirectional process of technology development and flow will notbe very useful; active participation of all stakeholders is needed• Local adaptation of technologies with active participation of farmers• Farmer is the best common neutral platform• Need new way of farming for bringing youth back to farming• We have excellent experience on this with the ‘climate smart village’approach of CCAFS
  17. 17. ICARInstitutes(Research)CCSHAU(Students)StateDeptt ofAgri(Scaling-out)KVKs(Adaptation)Media(awareness)CCAFS/CIMMYT-Team(Networking, Capacity)PrivateSector(Input-output,services)NewFarmersocieties(CSA)(Innovation &Adaptation)Cooperative Society(Climate smartparticipatory innovationplatform-Service windows,stakeholder meets,travelling seminars, fielddays)CSAServicesCSAadoptersCSAmodulesfarmersCSAadoptersCSAmodulesfarmersCSAadoptersOur Climate Smart Innovation PlatformHaryanaKisanAyog(Policysupport)
  18. 18. Technologies we are promoting through customservices, in-field consultations and advisory• Laser land levelling• Zero tillage• Residue management (Happy seeder)• Direct seeded rice• Raised bed planting• Diversification of rice with maize• Intensification with short durationmoong• Nutrient Expert Decision system formaize and wheat, Small GreenSeeker)• Improved varieties• ICT based dissemination of agro-advisories• Index based insurance (in process)
  19. 19. In-Field Stakeholder Consultation in CCAFS(HKA, ICAR, SDA, CIMMYT, Private sector, Farmers etc)
  20. 20. Farmer Cooperatives and youth are playing key role
  21. 21. RecognitionsPlease just put the photograph of your award fromCM Haryana
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