Multi-Stakeholder Research Question workshopLilongwe 24-26 April 2013
Why PAEPARDII?Research-research collaboration, no otherstakeholders involvedProjects concentrated in a few Africancountrie...
ObjectivesObjectivesOverall: Build joint African-European multi-stakeholder partnerships in ARD contributing toachieving t...
ObjectivesObjectivesOverall: Build joint African-European multi-stakeholder partnerships in ARD contributing toachieving t...
Achievements of PAEPARDInternal & Multi-stakeholder consultationsEurope (2010): NGOs (CSA), Private Sector (COLEACP), Res...
PAEPARD Partnership arrangement- WP5 -Bringing partners together aroundcommon innovation challenges(=federating themes)- W...
Sub-regions Consortia Themes /ObjectivesSouthern-Africa Zimbabwe (University of Zimbabwe) Improving the incomes of smallho...
STEP 1Brokeraging the partnerships:« Selecting the theme, Identifying partners and funding opportunities»STEP 2Partnership...
Sub-regions Consortia Themes /ObjectivesWest-Africa /CORAF Ghana (Citrus Producers Association ofGhana)Control of Angular ...
Sub-regions Consortia Themes /ObjectivesEast-Africa/ ASARECA Burundi [Confédération desAssociations de ProducteursAgricole...
Participation of countries to call 2 per sub-regionSUB-REGION Number ofcountriesNumber ofProposals %EAST-AFRICA8 29 42WEST...
Feedback to the call by language and by socio-sector categoriesLANGUAGE NUMBEROFPROPOSALS %FRENCH 14 20.3ENGLISH 55 79.7NO...
2012-New brokerage mechanism: Users Led Process123456
 EAFF- Extensive Livestock value chains in Eastern Africa with Specific focus onKenya and Uganda; with focus on only one ...
MSR Q workshop,10-12 December 20134 major sub-themes have beenprioritized:1. Improving livestock productivity in agro-past...
PROPAC: Filiere Maraichere enAfrique Centrale (Cameroon,Congo Brazzaville & DR Congo)Progress made so far:1. Desk Review c...
ColeACP: Adding value to Mango non-fooduses in West Africa (Burkina-Faso, Coted’Ivoire, Senegal)Progress made so far:1. De...
FANRPAN/SACAU: Ground nut valuechain in Malawi and ZambiaProgress made so far:1. Desk review : completd;2. National Agricu...
 ROPPA: Climate Change AdaptationTechnologies on rice production inBenin, Burkina Faso and MaliProgress made so far:1. De...
Other activitiesOther activities-Training in communication to communicateTraining in communication to communicatethe ULP p...
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  • Just a reminder of objectives to be achieved by partners. A specific partnership arrangement was set as follows
  • Just a reminder of objectives to be achieved by partners. A specific partnership arrangement was set as follows
  • A specific partnership arrangement was set up to enable partners to achieve the objective as shown in the diagram.
  • After the completion of the write-shops in Entebbe (Anglophones) and Cotonou (Francophones) many consortia applied for the African Research Grants call. Only 6 who were EDULINK-based won the funds. Others were not selected because the call was much research oriented.
  • This is the track process we had followed till end of 2011 (MTM October in Accra) that left as with 19 consortia that were at two different stages: call 1 consortia had completed step 2 and were waiting for an open to complete step 3 while call2 based consortia were waiting the training of the AIFs to engage in partnership inception workshop and Write-shops.
  • Some of these consortia that completed the inception workshop before the starting of the write-shop participated and submited the proposals (Ghana, Benin, Nigeria, Uganda-soya-beans and Uganda Afrisol.
  • Since end of 2011 partners have decided to shift from the open call to the Users Led Process which is more bottom up. 5 federating themes were defined and all partners have been involved.
  • Of course this is just an information to partners as this activity was conducted in year 4 and is supposed to not be a subject of this report.
  • Paepard presentation lilongwe april 2013

    1. 1. Multi-Stakeholder Research Question workshopLilongwe 24-26 April 2013
    2. 2. Why PAEPARDII?Research-research collaboration, no otherstakeholders involvedProjects concentrated in a few AfricancountriesProblems identified underPAEPARD1Declining European-African ARDcollaborationDriven by research interest of Europeanpartners with African researchstakeholders (=supply approach)Dominated by European researchorganisationsSolutions sought thatPAEPARD2 will bringInclusive partnerships with non-researchstakeholders (FOs, private sector, NGOs)leading those partnershipsProjects spread over more AfricancountriesIncreased number of European-AfricanARD partnershipsDriven by demands of end usersBalanced partnerships, led by African non-res.stakeholders
    3. 3. ObjectivesObjectivesOverall: Build joint African-European multi-stakeholder partnerships in ARD contributing toachieving the MDGsSpecific: Enhanced, more equitable, moredemand driven and mutually beneficialcollaboration of Africa and Europe on ARD withthe aim of attaining the MDGs.
    4. 4. ObjectivesObjectivesOverall: Build joint African-European multi-stakeholder partnerships in ARD contributing toachieving the MDGsSpecific: Enhanced, more equitable, moredemand driven and mutually beneficialcollaboration of Africa and Europe on ARD withthe aim of attaining the MDGs.
    5. 5. Achievements of PAEPARDInternal & Multi-stakeholder consultationsEurope (2010): NGOs (CSA), Private Sector (COLEACP), Research(AGRINATURA-online consultation );European Multi-stakeholder consultations (MSC) in March 2011 andMay 2012. Africa (2010-2011): EAFF, PROPAC, ROPPA, FANRPAN African Multi-stakeholder consultations (AMSC) in Nairobi, May2011Launching Calls and selection process
    6. 6. PAEPARD Partnership arrangement- WP5 -Bringing partners together aroundcommon innovation challenges(=federating themes)- WP5 -Bringing partners together aroundcommon innovation challenges(=federating themes)WP2-WP1Mobilizing research and non-researchstakeholders for Europe-Africa ARDcollaborationWP2-WP1Mobilizing research and non-researchstakeholders for Europe-Africa ARDcollaboration- WP3-Providing tools forknowledge sharing andaccess to information- WP4 -Strengthening capacities ofstakeholders to work in inclusivebalanced partnerships-WP6-Advocate with researchfunders for support toinclusive partnershipsPAFFOFARA CIRADIAO/NRI/CIRADCSARUFORUM ICRA PAFFO NRIFARA COLEACPFANRPANCTAWP7Management & CoordinationFARA AGRINATURA
    7. 7. Sub-regions Consortia Themes /ObjectivesSouthern-Africa Zimbabwe (University of Zimbabwe) Improving the incomes of smallholder farmers through increasedaccess to livestock markets and livestock production to marketingvalue chainMalawi (University of Lilongwe) Partnership for Enhanced Aquaculture Innovation in Sub SaharanAfrica (PEAISSA)South-Africa (NERPO) Overcoming barriers to sustainable livestock enterprises amongmarginal smallholders in South AfricaEast-Africa Uganda (Makerere University) Enhancing capacity/developing networks between North-SouthUniversities in Research Methods training at PhD levelKenya (KARI) Reduce aflatoxin contamination along the maize value chainWest-Africa Ghana (Concern Universal) Improving food security and income for smallholder farmersthrough improved post harvest technologyTogo (Institut de Recherche Agricole) Agribusiness autour du SojaTogo (CASADDVR) Caractérisation de deux variétés du piment rouge pour améliorer lamise en marché et transformation semi-industrielleSenegal-Mali (Terra Nuova) Un partenariat Europe Afrique pour la création d’un outil de suivide l’agriculture familialeConsortia from call 1
    8. 8. STEP 1Brokeraging the partnerships:« Selecting the theme, Identifying partners and funding opportunities»STEP 2Partnership Inceptionworkshop« Building partnerships »STEP 3Writeshop:         « Development                of research                proposal »STEP 4« Applying tofundingopportunity »Mentoring/Outside ofPAEPARD??+ capacity strengthening+ support for facilitationBrokering the Multi-stakeholder partnershipsVirtual meetingusing Skype,email, phonesPhysical meetings organizedwith representative frominstitutions and actors2 meetingsorganizedEntebbe & CotonouFrom this process 19 consortia were formed after call 1 andcall2: 9 consortia from call 1 have completed step 2 at the end of2011 10 consortia have just completed step 1 at the end of 2011They had to undertake the rest of the process in 2012
    9. 9. Sub-regions Consortia Themes /ObjectivesWest-Africa /CORAF Ghana (Citrus Producers Association ofGhana)Control of Angular leaf spot disease of Citrus in GhanaBenin (Sojagnon, Farmers Federation) Appui a la sécurité économique des ménages ruraux par laproduction, la commercialisation et la transformation du Sojaau BeninBurkina-Faso [Association pour laRecherche et la Formation en Agro-écologie (ARFA)]BIOPROTECT-B, un groupement d’intérêt économique pour laprotection biologique des cultures et la fertilisationorganique des sols pour une agriculture saine et durable ausahel.Cote d’Ivoire (Centre Suisse deRecherches scientifiques)Agriculture pour l’éducation (A.P.E) des enfants en âgescolaire (5 – 15 ans) en milieux rural et périurbainCameroon [Concertation Nationale desOrganisations Paysannes du Cameroun(CNOP-CAM)]Innover pour l’intensification, la diversification et latransformation de l’agriculture familiale en Afrique Centraleà travers la recherche – action en partenariat : cas de CNOP-CAM dans la région du Centre CamerounNigeria (Department of Animal Scienceand Technology, Federal University ofTechnology, Owerri, Imo State, Nigeria)Low cost and high quality livestock feed productionknowledge delivery to Nigerian poultry industry (NIPOFERD)Consortia from call 2
    10. 10. Sub-regions Consortia Themes /ObjectivesEast-Africa/ ASARECA Burundi [Confédération desAssociations de ProducteursAgricoles pour le Développement(CAPAD)]Développement participatif des technologies de laculture pomme de terre et promotion desinnovations sensibles au genre et à la conservationde l’environnement au BurundiUganda (Farm Gain African Ltd) Extensive Collection and Characterization of AfricanSolanaceae PlantsUganda (Women of UgandaNetwork (WOUGNET)Enhancing soybean and cowpea value chains forincreased productivity, incomes and nutritionalsecurity of smallholder farmers in East and CentralAfrica.Southern-Africa/CCARDESAMauritius (Food and AgriculturalResearch Council, Reduit,Mauritius)Micro propagation and cultivation of in vitrobreadfruit plants and development of novelproducts from Breadfruit as an alternative source ofcarbohydrates in Mauritius.
    11. 11. Participation of countries to call 2 per sub-regionSUB-REGION Number ofcountriesNumber ofProposals %EAST-AFRICA8 29 42WEST-AFRICA 10 22 32CENTRAL- AFRICA 2 7 10SOUTHERN- AFRICA 4 9 13NORTHERN -AFRICA 0 0 0EUROPEAN COUNT. 2 2 3TOTAL 26 69 100
    12. 12. Feedback to the call by language and by socio-sector categoriesLANGUAGE NUMBEROFPROPOSALS %FRENCH 14 20.3ENGLISH 55 79.7NONRESEARCHvsRESEARCHLEDPROPOSALSLEADINGCATEGORY NUMBEROFPROPOSALS %NON-RESEARCH 45 65.2RESEARCH 24 34.8
    13. 13. 2012-New brokerage mechanism: Users Led Process123456
    14. 14.  EAFF- Extensive Livestock value chains in Eastern Africa with Specific focus onKenya and Uganda; with focus on only one value chain: Beef production Completion of the Desk Review &Training of the national AIFs:26-30/11/2012 Completion of the Multi-Stakeholder Research Question Workshop 10-12 /12/2012
    15. 15. MSR Q workshop,10-12 December 20134 major sub-themes have beenprioritized:1. Improving livestock productivity in agro-pastoral and pastoral systems;2. Enhancing adaptation and coping withclimate variability and change;3. Facilitating market access and exploitingmarket opportunities;4. Improving value addition of livestockproducts. A Core Group of 7 experts in ExtensiveLivestock nominated, meeting in March. Meeting with the EC regional office,COMESA (interested to get the proposal)
    16. 16. PROPAC: Filiere Maraichere enAfrique Centrale (Cameroon,Congo Brazzaville & DR Congo)Progress made so far:1. Desk Review completed inSeptember 2012;2. MSRQ workshop (also held but inyear 3: 23-25 January in Brazzaville)3. Can horticulture respond to theclimate challenges and urbangrowth in Central Africa? Water resource management ingardens (Cameroon); Production of organic fertilizers(Congo Brazzaville); Land tenure (DR Congo)Core Group nominated and held theirfirst meeting back to back to theMSRQ workshop
    17. 17. ColeACP: Adding value to Mango non-fooduses in West Africa (Burkina-Faso, Coted’Ivoire, Senegal)Progress made so far:1. Desk review completed and reportshared with all partners;2. National Agricultural InnovationFacilitators trained (Uganda 26-30/11/2012);3. MSRQ workshop held for March 2013;4. Core Group nominated5. Concept notes (2) undergoing
    18. 18. FANRPAN/SACAU: Ground nut valuechain in Malawi and ZambiaProgress made so far:1. Desk review : completd;2. National Agricultural InnovationFacilitators trained (Uganda 26-30/11/2012);3. MSRQ workshop planed for 24-26April 2013;
    19. 19.  ROPPA: Climate Change AdaptationTechnologies on rice production inBenin, Burkina Faso and MaliProgress made so far:1. Desk review completed and reportshared with all partners;2. National Agricultural InnovationFacilitators trained (Uganda 26-30/11/2012);3. MSRQ workshop planed for 2-3 May2013;
    20. 20. Other activitiesOther activities-Training in communication to communicateTraining in communication to communicatethe ULP process (Montpellier 29-31 Januarythe ULP process (Montpellier 29-31 January2012) and in Yaoundé in January 2013;2012) and in Yaoundé in January 2013;- Trainings of AIFs in Entebbe: December 2011Trainings of AIFs in Entebbe: December 2011and November 2013;and November 2013;- Diaspora meeting in September 2012 inDiaspora meeting in September 2012 inSweden (Sweden ( resultat= AAAPDresultat= AAAPD))- MSHRQ for EAFF, PROPAC and COLEACPMSHRQ for EAFF, PROPAC and COLEACP

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