TheDecision and PolicyAnalysisProgram<br />
Our vision<br />We strongly believe in the power of information for making better decisions about agricultural and natural...
Our modus operandi<br />Thematically diverse, united by spatial, economic and institutional analysis<br />Converting data ...
The Oldies<br />Simone Staiger     <br />Ana Milena Guerrero     <br />Glenn Graham Hyman<br />Lilian Patricia Torres     ...
The Youth<br />Jhon Ocampo<br />Julián Ramirez<br />Natalia Uribe     <br />Louis Reymondin<br />Nora Castañeda<br />Hecto...
Victor Augusto Lizcano<br />Carolina Argote D.<br />Katherin Tehelen     <br />Angelica Ma. Henao<br />Emmanuel Zapata    ...
Arreglo de disco<br />Alternate servers<br />Arreglo de disco<br />Blade<br />Array disk<br />
Our themes<br />Output 1: Impact assessment for targeting, documenting and increasing the effectiveness of research and de...
Impact assessment and targetting<br />Institutionalhouseforimpactassessment:  quantifying and communicatingourimpact<br />...
 Targeting Cassava Pest and Disease Problems<br />Environment<br />Characterization<br />Climate change<br />
Theme 2 - Ecosystem Services<br />Facilitating Impact Team (FIT)<br />To improve the engagement processes and socializatio...
CIAT’sworkonEcosystemservices<br />ES thathave a national, regional orinternationalmarket<br />Abovegroundcarbon<br />Wate...
OpportunityCoststhrougheconomicmodelling<br />
Costos de oportunidad en el espacio <br />Precio maximo<br />Precio medio<br />
Costo de oportunidad por t/CO2<br />
Climatechange<br />Puttingthenumbersonimpact: locally, regionally and globally<br />Evaluatingadaptationmeasuresthroughsce...
Bases de Datos<br />18 modelos para 2050, 9 para 2020<br />Diferentes escenarios, A1b, B1, commit<br />Downscaled usando m...
Worldwide cassava production climatic constraints<br />Grey areas are the crop’s main niche. <br />Blue areas constrained ...
Impact of climate change on cassava suitable environments<br />Global cassava suitability will increase 5.1% on average by...
…….and for Latin America?Drought or flooding tolerance<br />2.23m Ha of current production<br />2.1m Ha of new land would ...
…….and for Latin America?Heat or cold tolerance<br />2.23m Ha of current production<br />2.2m Ha of new land would become ...
BIG markets and BIG marketopportunities<br />What public and private policies and organisational arrangements are needed f...
Science for impact: Linking Farmers to Markets<br />New business models for sustained trading relationships<br />
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  • Effective and sustained farm to market links require three components:Farmers that are attractive partners for market actorsMarket actors willing to invest in working with small producersAn effective enabling environment to support / govern these linksCIAT employs different methods to leverage change in these three areas:Partnering with NGOs to provide large-scale access to CIAT research for development impact through learning alliancesTargeted action-research and incidence with large buyers to develop more inclusive private sector policies (buying, payment, governance)Learning alliances with public sector decision-makers to identify how public policy is inclusive / exclusive of the poor, women and ethnic minoritiesCIAT has expended significant effort in the past on working with development partners and this will continueTowards the future, increasing emphasis will be placed on influencing buyers and public / donor agencies towards more effective private and public policiesFor a further discussion of key research topics / areas, please come to the markets meeting on Friday at 3:30 PM, location TBA
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    1. 1. TheDecision and PolicyAnalysisProgram<br />
    2. 2. Our vision<br />We strongly believe in the power of information for making better decisions about agricultural and natural resource investments, from the farm- to the global- level.<br />Numbers. Maps. Graphs. Insights.<br />Better public and private policies<br />
    3. 3. Our modus operandi<br />Thematically diverse, united by spatial, economic and institutional analysis<br />Converting data to information to policy and decision insights<br />Demand-driven by other CIAT programs and partners needs in Latin America<br />Eco-efficiency as a guiding principle<br />
    4. 4. The Oldies<br />Simone Staiger <br />Ana Milena Guerrero <br />Glenn Graham Hyman<br />Lilian Patricia Torres <br />Robert Andrade<br />Enna Diaz Betancourt <br />Anton Eitzineger<br />Simon Cook <br />Silvia Elena Castaño <br />Jorge Cardona <br />Carlos Nagles <br />Andy Jarvis<br />
    5. 5. The Youth<br />Jhon Ocampo<br />Julián Ramirez<br />Natalia Uribe <br />Louis Reymondin<br />Nora Castañeda<br />Hector Favio Tobón<br />Elizabeth Barona <br />Ovidio Rivera<br />Juan Carlos Andrade<br />Daniel Jimenez <br />Mike Salazar <br />Vanesa Herrera <br />
    6. 6. Victor Augusto Lizcano<br />Carolina Argote D.<br />Katherin Tehelen <br />Angelica Ma. Henao<br />Emmanuel Zapata <br />Daniel Amariles<br />Oriana Carolina Ovalle <br />And the positively under-age<br />The Peter Jones Scholarship for Agricultural Informatics<br />
    7. 7. Arreglo de disco<br />Alternate servers<br />Arreglo de disco<br />Blade<br />Array disk<br />
    8. 8. Our themes<br />Output 1: Impact assessment for targeting, documenting and increasing the effectiveness of research and development<br />Output 2: Policy guidelines, tools and innovations for managing ecosystem services to the benefit of the rural poor<br />Output 3: Estimated impacts of climate change on agricultural systems, and identification of adaptation pathways for the rural poor<br />Output 4: Policy guidelines and innovations to ensure pro-poor and equitable supply chains in the face of a highly dynamic world<br />
    9. 9. Impact assessment and targetting<br />Institutionalhouseforimpactassessment: quantifying and communicatingourimpact<br />Large-scale, multi-country, and beyondadoption<br />Impactmapping: where and howtowork?<br />Forresearchand development<br />FacilitatingImpactTeam (FIT): methodsformaximisingourimpactthroughparticipatorymethods<br />
    10. 10. Targeting Cassava Pest and Disease Problems<br />Environment<br />Characterization<br />Climate change<br />
    11. 11. Theme 2 - Ecosystem Services<br />Facilitating Impact Team (FIT)<br />To improve the engagement processes and socialization mechanisms of CIAT’s research with their stakeholders throughout the project cycle and contribute to scaling out and up of research outputs.<br />Increase the effectiveness of research and development activities through the use of knowledge sharing principles, tools, methods and monitoring methodologies. <br />
    12. 12. CIAT’sworkonEcosystemservices<br />ES thathave a national, regional orinternationalmarket<br />Abovegroundcarbon<br />Water<br />Puttingthenumberson ES flows in an integratedmanner (social, biophysical, and economicbenefits)<br />Learningfrombroadrange of cases<br />Enablingthepoortoengage and benefitfromemerging ES marketopportunities<br />
    13. 13. OpportunityCoststhrougheconomicmodelling<br />
    14. 14. Costos de oportunidad en el espacio <br />Precio maximo<br />Precio medio<br />
    15. 15. Costo de oportunidad por t/CO2<br />
    16. 16. Climatechange<br />Puttingthenumbersonimpact: locally, regionally and globally<br />Evaluatingadaptationmeasuresthroughscenarioanalysis at multiplelevels<br />Policies (e.g.weather-indexinsurance)<br />Technologies (e.g.cropimprovement)<br />Practices (e.g. use of shadecrops)<br />Influencingpolicythroughclearmessagesdeliveredtotherightpeople<br />
    17. 17. Bases de Datos<br />18 modelos para 2050, 9 para 2020<br />Diferentes escenarios, A1b, B1, commit<br />Downscaled usando metodos estadisticos<br />http://gisweb.ciat.cgiar.org/GCMPage/home.html<br />
    18. 18. Worldwide cassava production climatic constraints<br />Grey areas are the crop’s main niche. <br />Blue areas constrained by precipitation<br />Yellow-orange constrained by temperature<br />
    19. 19. Impact of climate change on cassava suitable environments<br />Global cassava suitability will increase 5.1% on average by 2050… but many areas of Latin America suffer negative impacts<br />
    20. 20. …….and for Latin America?Drought or flooding tolerance<br />2.23m Ha of current production<br />2.1m Ha of new land would become suitable for cassava<br />30% of current cassava fields would benefit from enhanced drought or flooding tolerance<br />1.6m Ha still suffering climatic constraint <br />
    21. 21. …….and for Latin America?Heat or cold tolerance<br />2.23m Ha of current production<br />2.2m Ha of new land would become suitable for cassava<br />27% of current cassava fields would benefit from enhanced cold or heat tolerance<br />
    22. 22.
    23. 23.
    24. 24. BIG markets and BIG marketopportunities<br />What public and private policies and organisational arrangements are needed for the poor to benefit from international markets in a globalised world?<br />Effective and sustained farm to market links require three components:<br />Farmers that are attractive partners for market actors<br />Market actors willing to invest in working with small producers<br />An effective enabling environment to support / govern these links<br />
    25. 25. Science for impact: Linking Farmers to Markets<br />New business models for sustained trading relationships<br />
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