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  • 1. The current performance of the system of knowledge, science and technology has been unable to fully meet the new demands of society, which require a more diverse, complex and holistic agenda IAASTD report 2006
  • 2. Strengthening local innovation systems
  • 3. The ability to be in contact with sources of relevantThe ability to be in contact with sources of relevant information, manage to modify production andinformation, manage to modify production and marketing systems in response to the potentialmarketing systems in response to the potential demand, and the ability to maintain naturaldemand, and the ability to maintain natural resources and social capital will have clear valueresources and social capital will have clear value under conditions of vulnerability and uncertainty.under conditions of vulnerability and uncertainty.
  • 4. “Is it possible to facilitate local innovation systems for farm families, women and youth with support organizations and market players to build agroforestry systems with high productivity and quality?”
  • 5. The fact that “the different sectors involved in the local innovation systems are traditionally seen as adversaries with conflicting interests and in the past have not produced lasting alliances” It is imperative “ to adopt the perspective of improving information flow for decision-making processes,and to understand and learn about relations and links between sectors. This calls for building open multi institutional information sharing platforms so as to create the basis for functioning of local learning alliances”
  • 6. In this quest, the organizations and their allies need to develop a better understanding of use of knowledge as power for both transformation of actors (livelihood strategies) and changing rules of the games (policy incidence).
  • 7. The new role of enlightened and empowered actors and communities must be enhanced for both the process of thier own transformation and for changing rules of the game. The narrative should focus on farm households and their organizations being drivers of the changes and not to simply benefit from the changes.
  • 8. It is not convenient that the innovation processes continue to depend only on center-to-source knowledge dissemination. They should be built on the strengths of a multiple-source knowledge integration. Thats why open information and learning systems are so crucial.
  • 9. The Alternative sustainable agroforestry systems for indigenous and Afro-descendant of the RAAN, Nicaragua, the COCOA RAAN project is a grant from JSDF (Japan Social Development Fund), managed by World Bank and implemented by ACICAFOC Component 1: Integrated development of agroforestry in 1000 cocoa growing farms to raise production levels Component 2: Direct marketing strategy and market linkages for cocoa farmers operating in a socially and environmentally sustainable environment Component 3:Strengthening the Central American Cocoa Producers network Component 4: Participatory Monitoring and Evaluation
  • 10. What to monitor? Social and human indicators Participatory Monitoring and Evaluation Environmental and planetery indicators Profitability and economic indicators Future production and investment indicators
  • 11. Social and human indicators 1. Total number of cocoa farmers 2. Total number of cocoa farmers integrated in recognized producer organizations. 3. Number of cocoa farmers producing under certified production system 4. Number of producer organizations legally recognized. 5. Average age of cocoa farmers
  • 12. Environmental and planetary Indicators 1. Total area under cocoa production 2. Areas of cocoa with a minimum number of good agricultural practices 3. Accumulated number of farmers trained in good management practices. accumulated 4. Number of producers using a minimum number of good agricultural practices 5. Number of producers using more than one good agricIIultural practice for improving soil fertility 6. Number of Cocoa trees per hectare 7. Area under organic production system
  • 13. III. Profitability and economic indicators 1. Cocoa Production in metric tons 2. Cocoa Prices obtained by growers 3. Productivity of cocoa farms (kg / ha) 4. Productivity per cocoa tree (kg / tree) 5. Per capita income for cocoa farm
  • 14. IV. Future production and investment indicators in the cocoa industry 1. Total investment in cocoa production and its impact on the community 2. Total volume of certified cocoa produced (TM)
  • 15. Developing the monitoring system 1 Visualizing effective dialogues with members of farm households to be able to collect and reconstruct required data Identifying crtical variables and data for the indicators Construction of easy to use matricial data collection format that follows the dialogues Data collection by 10 rural promoters 305 families Aware of Customs of Keeping on-head Data by farmers
  • 16. Developing the monitoring system 2 Construction of easy to use matricial data input format that strictly follows the data collection Data inputs and Outputs managed by promoters or Technicians thorugh INTERNET Data input, Management, querries Display, downloads All based on licence free software Construction of effective outputs that responds to the need for indicator asessment Construction of effective database located in cloud with fast access and Fast online processing
  • 17. http://cocoa-raan.acicafocnic.org
  • 18. First round 2010 Structured interviews for collecting and constructing individual data sets 305 Identification of samples of program beneficiaries 305/1000 Data inputs for each case 305 Querries and filter To build Outputs for indicators Baseline report Ex-ante of the project Adjust Program Strategies Actions indicators Online data for permanent Analysis And learning
  • 19. Second round 2012 Structured interviews for collecting and constructing individual data sets 102 Identification of samples of program beneficiaries 305/1000 Data inputs for each case 102 Querries and filter To build Outputs for indicators Indicator report Ex-post After 2 years Impact Assessment Adjustment Of strategies Online data for permanent Analysis And learning Comparative Indicator report Ex-ante and Ex-post After 2 years
  • 20. 2010 2012
  • 21. 2010
  • 22. 2012
  • 23. SLOC Directory SLOC-by-Language (Sorted) 11482 monitoreo python=11482 Totals grouped by language (dominant language first): python: 11482 (100.00%) Total Physical Source Lines of Code (SLOC) = 11,482 Development Effort Estimate, Person-Years (Person-Months) = 2.59 (31.13) Schedule Estimate, Years (Months) = 0.77 (9.23) (Basic COCOMO model, Months = 2.5 * (person-months**0.38)) Estimated Average Number of Developers (Effort/Schedule) = 3.37 Total Estimated Cost to Develop = $ 350,477 (average salary = $56,286/year, overhead = 2.40, dev time 3.37*9.23 m). Total Estimated Cost to Develop = $ 90.000 (average salary = $14,000/year, overhead = 2.40). Total Cost to Develop = $ 14,000 (average salary = $14,000/year, Developer time 3*4.5 month).