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[Day 1] World Cafe Results

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Presented by Nadia Manning (IWMI) at the …

Presented by Nadia Manning (IWMI) at the
CGIAR-CSI Annual Meeting 2009: Mapping Our Future. March 31 - April 4, 2009, ILRI Campus, Nairobi, Kenya

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  • 1. World Café Results
  • 2. Group2- Revitalising Outreach and Engagement 1. Extension Apart from internet access to geo-spatial information and data there are other methods of engagement with stakeholders e.g reaching the lowest level user such as the farmer might not be easy but we can have a layered outreach strategy where we work with intermediaries such as: • Public extension • Private extension • NGOs • CBO To train the farmers and other users on access, processing and use. Possible to have offline access through: • Walking sticks • Adobe flash • Transparencies for overlaying
  • 3. 2. Partnerships and Training We have to tailor data and information to target different user categories and hierarchical levels of attention. Partners will facilitate outscaling and promotion of any geo-spatial data. Training is critical for sustainability and ownership of the technologies and solutions.
  • 4. 3. Different dissemination strategies to address different beneficiaries. We must target products to clients. A. Website promotion B. Google Earth layering of content C. Workshops with manual transparent maps for manual overlaying D. Interface with extension- public, private NGOs E. Partnerships and training F. Awareness campaigns--Media, Radio, TV, newspaper, DVDs G. Cell-phones H. Easy and end-user tools I. First is a clear end-user survey to establish what exactly the user needs
  • 5. 4. Write new projects to cover costs of partnerships, extension and dissemination 5. Seek cost-free collaboration where synergy is built from our individual activities
  • 6. Group 6

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