African Union    Interafrican Bureau for Animal ResourcesAU-AU-IBAR Strategic Plan 2010-2014                       2010- I...
About AU-IBAR1951     Interafrican Bureau of Epizootic Diseases (IBED - aimed at                                          ...
Vision, Mission and MandateVISION:      An Africa in which animal resources contributesignificantly to the reduction of po...
Why AU-IBAR New Strategic Plan?• AU-IBAR Responsive  AU-                       to    changes      both   in   Africa   and...
Why AU-IBAR New Strategic Plan?• Market Access Challenges: Poor transport infrastructure, high  transaction costs; poor st...
Strategic Plan Formulation ProcessParticipatory        &     broadly-based            planning  process:    Consultation w...
Strategic Programme Areas                Six Strategic Programme AreasProgramme 1: Reducing the impact of transboundary an...
Strategic Programme AreasProgramme 2: Enhancing Africa’s capacity to conserve and sustainably use its                     ...
Strategic Programme AreasProgramme 3: Improving investment opportunities and competitiveness of  animal resources in Afric...
Strategic Programme AreasProgramme 4: Promoting development of, and compliance with, standards and  regulations  Objective...
Strategic Programme AreasProgramme 5: Improving knowledge management in animal resources to                               ...
Strategic Programme AreasProgramme 6: Facilitating development of policies and institutional capacities                   ...
Operationalising the PlanPartnership and Strategic Alliances:       Leveraging expertise and resources for synergic effect...
Operationalising the PlanResult-Result-Resource (Financing) Framework:     AU-     AU-IBAR aiming to secure an average of ...
Resource Needs (US$’000)Programme                 2010       2011            2012     2013     2014Transboundary Animal   ...
Thank you for your Attention           www.au-ibar.org
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Presentation from the Livestock Inter-Agency Donor Group (IADG) Meeting 2010. 4-5 May 2010 Italy, Rome IFAD Headquarters.



The event involved approximately 45 representatives from the international partner agencies to discuss critical needs for livestock development and research issues for the coming decade.

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AU-IBAR Strategic Plan 2010-2014

  1. 1. African Union Interafrican Bureau for Animal ResourcesAU-AU-IBAR Strategic Plan 2010-2014 2010- InterAgency Donors Group (IADG) Meeting - Livestock Week, Rome, Italy 4- May 4-5, 2010 www.au-ibar.org
  2. 2. About AU-IBAR1951 Interafrican Bureau of Epizootic Diseases (IBED - aimed at (IBED) Rinderpest eradication1956 Interafrican Bureau for Animal Health (IBAH) - transformed to widen its scope1965 Part of OAU - integrated as a regional technical office1970 Interafrican Bureau for Animal Resources (IBAR) – to reflect the expansion into livestock production issues2003 AU- AU-IBAR - specialized technical office of the AUC-DREA AUC- www.au-ibar.org 2
  3. 3. Vision, Mission and MandateVISION: An Africa in which animal resources contributesignificantly to the reduction of poverty and hunger.MISSION: To provide leadership in the development of animalresources for Africa through supporting and empowering AUMember States and Regional Economic CommunitiesMANDATE: To support and coordinate the utilization ofanimals (livestock, fisheries and wildlife) as a resource forhuman wellbeing in the Member States, and to contribute toeconomic development, particularly in rural areas. www.au-ibar.org
  4. 4. Why AU-IBAR New Strategic Plan?• AU-IBAR Responsive AU- to changes both in Africa and internationally.• Strategic niche: All aspects of animal resources (livestock, fisheries and wildlife) in Africa. Work at continental and regional regional levels.• Globalization: Presents both an opportunity and a threat―(i) threat― international markets (ii) international competition.• The Livestock Revolution: Increasing demand due to increasing human population growth. www.au-ibar.org 4
  5. 5. Why AU-IBAR New Strategic Plan?• Market Access Challenges: Poor transport infrastructure, high transaction costs; poor storage facilities; insufficient market information, weak bargaining power;• Climate change: Inevitable negative impact on animal and crop production.• Emerging and re-emerging diseases: Outbreaks of new or re- previously controlled livestock disease pathogens and vectors as a result of climatic changes,• Pro-poor policy environment: Failure of most national policies Pro- to fully recognize the role of livestock in poverty reduction, especially among the poorest livestock keepers. www.au-ibar.org
  6. 6. Strategic Plan Formulation ProcessParticipatory & broadly-based planning process: Consultation with Chief Veterinary Officers (CVOs) from 34 African countries articulated what they considered was changing. AU- Institutional landscape analysis of AU-IBAR Stakeholders Workshop with CVOs, COMESA, ECOWAS, AUC, ILRI, OIE, FAO/ECTAD and IGAD to identify key challenge areas, which now form the programmatic core of this strategic plan. AU- Meeting of all AU-IBAR staff members to consider the core AU-IBAR’ values with which they wished to shape ‘new AU-IBAR’. AU-IBAR’ 2010- Final Version AU-IBAR’s Strategic Plan 2010-2014 - therefore belongs to and was co-created by its key clients and co- stakeholders. www.au-ibar.org
  7. 7. Strategic Programme Areas Six Strategic Programme AreasProgramme 1: Reducing the impact of transboundary animal diseases and zoonoses on livelihoods and public health in Africa. Objective: To catalyse the management of TADs and zoonoses in Africa by facilitating the development and implementation of a continental agenda for improved governance of veterinary services. Outcomes and impacts: capacity Improvement in overall veterinary governance underpinned by capacity approaches building in epidemiological surveillance, and holistic approaches in the design of disease prevention and control strategies. www.au-ibar.org
  8. 8. Strategic Programme AreasProgramme 2: Enhancing Africa’s capacity to conserve and sustainably use its Africa’ animal resources and their natural resource base Objective: To catalyse the development of policies and actions that will lead lead the to the sustainable use and management of animal resources and the natural resource base on which they depend. Outcomes and impacts: reduction in loss of genetic diversity of livestock, wildlife and fish resources; improved governance and sustainable management of natural resources; resources; and improved awareness by policy makers and the general public on the the perceived balance between the role of livestock in livelihoods, the perceived contribution of livestock to climate change. www.au-ibar.org
  9. 9. Strategic Programme AreasProgramme 3: Improving investment opportunities and competitiveness of animal resources in Africa . Objective: To improve public and private sector investments in animal animal resources in Africa and enhance the competitiveness of African animal products at the national, regional and global levels. Outcomes and impacts: By providing data, information and knowledge critical for producers and producers actors along the animal resources market chains www.au-ibar.org
  10. 10. Strategic Programme AreasProgramme 4: Promoting development of, and compliance with, standards and regulations Objective: To strengthen Africa’s ability to set and comply with essential Africa’ products production and trade standards relevant for animals and animal products (Sanitary and Phytosanitary Standards (SPS) Outcomes and impacts: Strengthened capacities of Member States and RECs in the field of of standards and regulations markets, facilitated trade in livestock commodities and access to markets, and producers’ improved compliance to the standards for producers’ and consumers’consumers’ protection. www.au-ibar.org
  11. 11. Strategic Programme AreasProgramme 5: Improving knowledge management in animal resources to decision- facilitate informed and timely decision-making Objective: To collate, analyse and make available in a timely manner, up-to- reliable and up-to-date data, information and knowledge on animal resources to support planning and decision-making. decision- Outcomes and impacts: evidence- evidence-based policy formulation at country, regional and continental levels; more effective and timely response to disease outbreaks; increased awareness of the contribution of animal resources to livelihoods livelihoods and GDP resulting in increased investments in the sector www.au-ibar.org
  12. 12. Strategic Programme AreasProgramme 6: Facilitating development of policies and institutional capacities capacities for improved utilization of animal resources in AfricaObjective: To facilitate the formulation and harmonization of evidence-based evidence- and coherent policies and to strengthen the capacities of public and private institutions. Outcomes and impacts: livestock harmonized policies and institutional reforms for improved livestock health and production, enhanced market access and food safety, and of improved public and private sector investments competitiveness of African animal products at the national, regional and global levels. www.au-ibar.org
  13. 13. Operationalising the PlanPartnership and Strategic Alliances: Leveraging expertise and resources for synergic effect and achieve objectives. achieveInstitutional frameworks: Adhere to and align SP operational frameworks to NEPAD/CAADP, ALive, GF- ALive, GF- AU- TADs , AU-DREA Strategic PlanAU-AU-BAR Steering Committee: achievement Provides guidance on corporate governance towards the achievement of the mandate of AU/IBAR.AU-AU-IBAR Management Team: Provides strategic leadership for programme management.Information and communication: AU- clients- Provides effective internal and external communication to AU-IBAR key clients- RECs & MS and stakeholders. www.au-ibar.org
  14. 14. Operationalising the PlanResult-Result-Resource (Financing) Framework: AU- AU-IBAR aiming to secure an average of US$ 40 million yearly. IBAR established a sound financial management system to ensure good good stewardship of resources.Monitoring, Evaluation and Reporting: System- IBAR M&E System-track progress towards achieving the SP Tracking & Management of Results and Resources (Result/Resource Framework) Select key global indicators and tracking of indicators.Risk Management Plan: identified Pragmatic steps to be taken to monitor and mitigate risks identified in the SP formulation stage. www.au-ibar.org
  15. 15. Resource Needs (US$’000)Programme 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014Transboundary Animal 29,438 23,369 16,015 15,570 15,570Diseases and ZoonosesConservation & use of 1,497 9,128 9,078 9,250 9.250AR & Res base (NRM)Investment & 150 500 2,200 2,000 2,000CompetitivenessStandards & Regulations 3,557 230 2,580 2,580 2,580Knowledge Management 1,283 4,108 3,772 3,725 3,725Policy & Capacity 103 3,323 2,987 2,940 2,940BuildingProgramme Support 3,603 4,066 3,663 3,607 3,607Total 39,632 44,723 40,296 39,672 39,672 www.au-ibar.org
  16. 16. Thank you for your Attention www.au-ibar.org

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