Scaling Up Technology Development Focused on the Poor and Hungry

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Pamela K. Anderson - Taking Action for the World's Poor and Hungry People / October 17-19 2007, Beijing, China

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  • Scaling Up Technology Development Focused on the Poor and Hungry

    1. 1. Pamela K. AndersonPamela K. Anderson The International Potato CenterThe International Potato Center DevelopmentDevelopment Scaling Up TechnologyScaling Up Technology Focused on the Poor and Hungry
    2. 2. Agricultural Technology ImpactAgricultural Technology Impact Aggregate net returns from 13 CIP technologies Year - 40 - 20 0 20 40 60 80 100 120 140 160 180 1971 1981 1991 20011987 Millions of US$ per year (1996 prices)
    3. 3. General Specific Country Time span for project appraisal Internal rate of return (%) Net present value (million $) Poverty content (%) Varietal Potato late blight resistance and improved seed Rwanda, Burundi, eastern Zaire, 1978-1993 92 27.0 85 Potato resistance to drought and viruses China 1978-2000 106 11.9 71 Potato late blight resistance Peru 1979-2020 27 5.4 31 IPM Potato tuber moth Tunisia 1976-2000 64 6.4 18 Sweetpotato weevil Dominican Rep 1989-2019 29 1.1 55 Sweetpotato weevil Cuba 1993-2020 65 21.7 32 Andean potato weevil Peru 1988-2018 32 1.8 31 Seed Rapid multiplication and late blight resistant varieties Vietnam 1978-1993 81 2.1 52 True potato seed India 1978-2015 29 18 60 Sweetpotato virus free planting material China 1978-2015 202 550 20 True potato seed Egypt 1979-2015 28 2.9 23 True potato seed Vietnam 1990-2010 39 1.8 52 Agricultural Technology ImpactAgricultural Technology Impact
    4. 4. Pro-poor research and developmentPro-poor research and development cyclecycle Target areasTarget areas Partnerships forPartnerships for scaling upscaling up Impact assessment Research Poverty needs and opportunity assessment
    5. 5. Virus-free sweet potato Virus-free SP in net house Virus-free SP in the field Infected and virus-free SP High yield of virus free SP
    6. 6. Potato and poor - 2005
    7. 7. AKIS-potato workshop in Uganda (2004)
    8. 8. Diagram of interactions of AKIS-potato in Kabale, Uganda, 2005
    9. 9. Extreme Poverty in PeruExtreme Poverty in Peru
    10. 10. Innovation process > Commercial innovation through market chain is the driver for other innovations Links research and development Seed production system for native potatoes Commercial information systems (price info on native potatoes) IPM for market quality criteria Post Harvest management to smooth supply Input provider Farmer Wholesaler Processor Retail
    11. 11. Participants R & D Partner Participatory Market Chain Approach How does PMCA work? InterestInterest TrustTrust Collaborati on Collaborati on 1yearapprox. Diagnosis Understand market chain actors, interests, ideas, problems Participatory analysis of new market opportunities Work in thematic groups Phase 1 Phase 2 Phase 3 Develop market driven innovations •new products •new technologies •new institutions LeadershipLeadership FacilitationFacilitation Backstoppin g Backstoppin g Consolidation of created innovationsConsolidation of created innovations
    12. 12. T’ikapapa Innovations around potato diversity for linking small potato producers to market
    13. 13. T’ikapapaT’ikapapa
    14. 14. T’ikapapa sales to Wong supermarket chain 2004: 14 MT were sold 2005: 38 MT were sold 2006: 50 MT were sold (August)
    15. 15. PMCA: Beyond Commercial Innovation RESEARCH DEMANDS TECHNOLOGICAL INNOVATION NEW FORMS OF ORGANIZATION INSTITUTIONAL INNOVATION NEW MARKET OPPORTUNITIES COMMERCIAL INNOVATION PMCAT’ikapapa (Other products)
    16. 16. Generation of Comercial Innovations
    17. 17. Jalca Chips®Jalca Chips®
    18. 18. Promoting Integrated Technology inPromoting Integrated Technology in Bolivia, Ecuador and PeruBolivia, Ecuador and Peru
    19. 19. Papa Andina Initiative purpose Capacity building to promote innovation to link poor farmers to new market opportunities Public Public & private Private Ecuador Peru Bolivia NGO’s, Development projects Operational Partners Public org. at national & local levels Market chain actors Strategic Partners
    20. 20. Scaling Out: PMCA as International Public Good Developing and adjusting PMCA Production of User Guide & Training Modules Documenting cases Promoting the PMCA in other contexts and with new partners: Uganda (CIP SSA & ASARECA) Nicaragua (FUNICA Foundation)
    21. 21. Pro-poor research and developmentPro-poor research and development cyclecycle Target areasTarget areas Partnerships forPartnerships for scaling upscaling up Impact assessment Research Poverty needs and opportunity assessment

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