Metrics and resilienceElwyn Grainger-Jones,Director Environment and Climate Division, IFAD
ASAP GoalPoor smallholder farmers are more resilient toclimate changeASAP PurposeMultiple-benefit adaptation approaches fo...
Simple and                      EfficientPartnership                              Smallholder  Based                      ...
But…heterodoxy of approach – how          summarize?
Approaches and multiple benefitsFeature                      Primary Impact    Secondary Impact•   Maximum use of         ...
Results Framework - summary• Overall goal: number beneficiaries• Institutional impact: share overall lending and leverage ...
Questions• Would an index approach add value and be  generalizable?• What can be carried from “resilience  measurement” in...
www.ifad.org/climate/asap   Thank you
Learning Event No. 12, Session 1: Grainger-Jones. ARDD2012 Rio.
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Presentation by Elwyn Grainger-Jones, Director, Environment and Climate Division, IFAD, at the 2012 Agriculture and Rural Development Day in Rio de Janiero, Learning Event No. 12, Session 1: "Adaptation for Smallholder Agriculture Programme (ASAP) Results Framework and Indicators"

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Learning Event No. 12, Session 1: Grainger-Jones. ARDD2012 Rio.

  1. 1. Metrics and resilienceElwyn Grainger-Jones,Director Environment and Climate Division, IFAD
  2. 2. ASAP GoalPoor smallholder farmers are more resilient toclimate changeASAP PurposeMultiple-benefit adaptation approaches forpoor smallholders are scaled up
  3. 3. Simple and EfficientPartnership Smallholder Based focus Key Design Features Delivery Programmatic and Scaling-up Focussed
  4. 4. But…heterodoxy of approach – how summarize?
  5. 5. Approaches and multiple benefitsFeature Primary Impact Secondary Impact• Maximum use of • Maintained Multiple natural processes + and enhanced ecosystems Benefits: groundcover • Yields• Less external inorganic inputs & • Healthy soil • Profit waste that can retain • Local• Diversity + nutrients & pollution proportionality of moisture • Resilience production • Emissions • Enhanced• Mixture of traditional biodiversity & new technologies
  6. 6. Results Framework - summary• Overall goal: number beneficiaries• Institutional impact: share overall lending and leverage ratio• Multiple benefits: diversity (# on-farm species) and emissions5 ASAP outcomes:• Land management: # hectares under best practice• Water: change in water efficiency use• Human capacity: community groups formed or strengthened• Infrastructure: $ of infrastructure protected• KM: # dialogues impacted
  7. 7. Questions• Would an index approach add value and be generalizable?• What can be carried from “resilience measurement” into regular agricultural and rural development M&E?• What potential for improved remote sensing?• What lessons for SDGs and MDGs?
  8. 8. www.ifad.org/climate/asap Thank you

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