The way forward in East Africa:Plans developed for implementing the        climate analogues tool
The way forward by Ethiopian Team       to implement climate analogues tool              No.                              ...
The way forward by Kenyan Team to   implement climate analogues toolWho might benefit from the analogue?Institutions – KAR...
The way forward by Tanzanian Team  to implement climate analogues toolWho might benefit from the analogue?Government Minis...
The way forward by Ugandan Team  to implement climate analogues toolWho might benefit from the analogue?InstitutionsNation...
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CCAFS - Way forward on the use of climate analogues in Kenya

  1. 1. The way forward in East Africa:Plans developed for implementing the climate analogues tool
  2. 2. The way forward by Ethiopian Team to implement climate analogues tool No. Activity Due Date 1 Submitting written report to National Meteorology Agency (NMA) August 11-15 and Ethiopian Agricultural Institute of Research (EIAR) on the training workshop 2 Present the tool to selected professionals from EIAR and NMA to August familiar them with the work that can be done with the tool. 3 Formulate thematic area for the anticipated pilot and Establish August working group during the introductory workshop. 4 Plan for a case study in detail September/2012 •Selection of reference site and specific crop •Climate data preparation •Collection of other biophysical and socioeconomic data •Field visits at reference sites •Etc 5 Execute the case study (September/12 – August/13) 6 Present the result in a larger workshop and get feedback (Sep/13) 7 Scale up the pilot for a comprehensive analogues exercise in a larger Beyond September 2013 scale of space and thematic area.Note: we expect continuous technical support from the Climate Analogue developers team and CCAFS. The first report will bedelivered in September and the subsequent reports will be sent on quarterly basisFocal Point: Andualem Shimeles andushime@gmail.comEthiopian Institute of Agricultural Research (EIAR)
  3. 3. The way forward by Kenyan Team to implement climate analogues toolWho might benefit from the analogue?Institutions – KARI; KMD; Universities – UoN, JKUAT, Egerton, KU, Moi University, Maseno, MUST; MoA; MoLD; MEMR; MoWI; WRMANGO’s – CARE International; ABCIC; Oxfam; IIED, Red Cross – Climate Centre; World Vision; Action AID; IUCN; APHRC; KCCWGHow to approach each partner?Creation of awareness – national stakeholder meeting – practitionersCreation of awareness – national stakeholder meeting – policy makersCapacity building – technical practitioners and policy makersWhen?Next meeting – country team meeting – by end of September 2012. Progress report will be given quarterly through email but first report will be given by 10th of October 2012 .Expect to achieve within 6 months from October 2012CONTACT PERSONContact person – Maurine AmbaniCountry teamCromwell Lukorito – cblukorito@gmail.comMichael Okoti – michaeldominion@gmail.comJohn Yumbya – j.yumbya@abcic.orgReuben Ruto – jeriot2005@yahoo.comTabitha Muchaba – t.muchaba@cgiar.orgFred AtienoPius MwendaWilson Gitau
  4. 4. The way forward by Tanzanian Team to implement climate analogues toolWho might benefit from the analogue?Government Ministries and Institutions: Health, agriculture, livestockMinistry of Agriculture, Food Security and Cooperatives (MAFC), Ministry of Livestock and Fisheries Development, Ministry of Health, Vice President’s Office: Environment, Ministry of Water, COSTECH, Local Government AuthoritiesResearch Institutions:NARIsUniversities: SUA,UDSM,ARU,UDOM,NIMSTLivestock Research InstitutesNGOs: working on CC lines and usersCARE, MVIWATA-FARMERS Organizations, World Vision, INADES, PELUM, VECO, OXFAMNAPA’s – approach the developmentHow to approach each partner?Training, Meeting, E-mail, National Team with right stakeholders: CC decision makersApproach:Country training workshop on the use of climate analogue toolConsultation with Decision Makers face-to-face meetingsStakeholders’ workshopsEstablish Online Community of PracticesE-mail communicationMeetings with farmersDevelop Case Study pilot areasDevelop and execute joint research proposals that address issues on using analogue tool for adaptation strategiesWhen?Define a time frame: who to contact firstMeeting of the country core team: by September,2012Online and face-to-face meeting with stakeholders: by NovemberOrganizing stakeholders workshop: January, 2013Research proposal: by March, 2013Keep in touchMonthly feedback to CCAFS on the stakeholders / Focal point: ARI-Mlingano and SUA /Participate in a regional blog/forum
  5. 5. The way forward by Ugandan Team to implement climate analogues toolWho might benefit from the analogue?InstitutionsNational Agricultural Research Organisation (NARO)National Agricultural Advisory Services (NAADS) ProgrammeMinistry of Agriculture Animal Industry and Fisheries (MAAIF)Ministry of Water and Environment (MWE)National Forest Authority Universities (eg. Makerere and Uganda Martyrs)TULLOW Oil CompanyDistrict Farmers AssociationsLocal Governments (Directorates of Production and Natural resources)NGOCARE UgandaWorld VisionVI-Agro-forestry ProjectCommunity based Organizations (CBOs)How to approach each partner?Pauline Birungi will conduct a sensitization meeting for staff at Bulindi ZARDI and contact other institutions through email by the 20th August 2012.Simon Byarugaba will also conduct a sensitization meeting for staff at National Agricultural Research Laboratories (Kawanda), by 20th August 2012 contact other Institutions through email. Pauline will be the focal person for CCAFS contactKeep in touchA report on the first progress will be by the end September,2012.

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