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  • 1. GCARD 2012 Punta del Este, Uruguay – 29 October – 1 November 2012 FORESIGHT AND PARTNERSHIP FOR INNOVATION AND IMPACT ON SMALLHOLDER LIVELIHOODS 27-28 October 2012 Pre-Conference Meetings 09:00-16:00 Registration Open 27 October CGIAR Consortium Board Meeting28 October 2012 Conference Opening Session Introduction by Monty Jones, GFAR Chair and Carlos Perez del Castillo, CGIAR Consortium Board Chair 17:00-18:00 Statement by the President of IFAD, KanayoNwanze Inaugural Statements by H.E. The President of Uruguay, José Mujica and H.E. The President of Benin, YayiBoni 18:00-18:30 Signing Ceremony between Uruguay and the CGIAR Consortium Reception Dinner by the Government of Uruguay29 October 2012 Conference Session 08:00-08:30 Registration Plenary Session on Current Status of the Global AR4D: Delivering the Change 08:30-09:30 GCARD RoadMap Implementation (GFAR Chair) The New CGIAR System and Progress towards the Implementation of the GCARD Roadmap (CGIAR Consortium Board Chair) 1
  • 2. Panel Discussion on Innovation for Impact on Smallholder Farmers: Challenges and Opportunities09:30-11:00 Moderator: Raj Paroda Panellists:Carlos Seré, Esther Penunia, Alexander Müller, Sujiro Seam, Victor Villalobos11:00-11:30 Coffee Break Policy Forum on Agricultural Innovation for Rural Women11:30-12:45 Moderator: Uma Lele Panellists: Bridget Muasa, Karla Hora, Ruth Haug, Nabeel Abu-Shriha, Prabhu Pingali, Karen Brooks Introduction to Breakout Sessions: Advances in Foresight, Partnership and Capacity Development for Impact on12:45-13:00 Smallholder Farmers Mark Holderness, GFAR Executive Secretary13:00-14:00 Lunch Break14:00-17:30 Expected Outcomes Parallel Session: SESSION F1: IMPROVING OUR VISIONS OF THE FUTURE Framing the Session: A Global Foresight Hub for Agriculture 14:00 Chair: Carlos Sere (IFAD); Facilitator: Robin Bourgeois (GFAR) Synthesis: Lessons learned from the analysis of existing foresight works: R. Bourgeois (GFAR) 14:10 Interaction (20 min) Understanding of the advantages of bringing together different Illustrative cases: The value of different ways of envisioning our futures approaches and what has The Global Futures programme: G. Nelson (IFPRI) been learnt regarding 14:45 future needs by bringing The value of scenarios: European Standing Ctte on Agricultural Research (SCAR 3): E. Mathijs (Univ of Louvain) common analyses to A Foresight framework for agricultural R&D of the LAC region: E. Diaz-Bonilla (CIAT consultant) diverse foresight studies. Interaction (15 min) – Chair, speakers, participants Generating collective awareness of the scope 15:30 and value of foresight in Coffee Break guiding research, with commitments from those Illustrative cases: The value of different ways of envisioning our future. using diverse approaches From national foresight to policies: (Maroc 2030 and the Plan Vert): M. AïtKadi (CGDA Maroc) to work in a more 16.00 integrated way The value of communities envisioning their future through local scale foresight: up scalable foresight-based land- use planning: B. Shantiko (CoLUPSIA,Indonesia) Interaction (10 min) – Chair, speakers, participants 2
  • 3. Proposal: The role of the Global Foresight Hub in bringing multiple perspectives to bear in raising emerging16:30 issues, shaping research priorities and understanding implications for innovation and policies: H. de Haen (University of Gottingen) Interaction: improving our visions of the future16:50 Including perspectives & commitments from responding panellists: S. Marzouki (UTAP), J. Oram (Greenpeace), H. Nguyen(VNFU)17:20 Wrap up Session: Towards Common Commitments–Chair17:30 Close of the Session Parallel Session: SESSION P1: PARTNERSHIPS TO ACHIEVE FOOD AND NUTRITION SECURITY Sub-Session P1.1: National Food Security Introduction: embracing the complexity of Food Security14:00 Chair:Ken Cassman (CGIAR ISPC Chair) ; Facilitator: Thomas Randolph (ILRI) Large scale commodity systems Initiatives Identify key constraints to Innovative partnerships in MAIZE: the MasAgro experience: D. Watson (CRP Maize CIMMYT/Mexico Masagro, be addressed and INIFAP) required partnership commitments to be The contribution of rice research to global Food Security: B. Bouman (CRP GRiSP – Rice)14:10 implemented in 2012-2014 Mobilizing AR4D partnerships to improve access and consumption of critical animal-source foods: T. Randolph to build successful (CRP Livestock and fish) international partnerships addressing food security The Wheat Initiative an international research initiative for wheat improvement: H. Lucas (IRIWI France) Strengthening regional and national innovation pathways and regional strategies and policies for Food security14:40 Wheat Improvement in Asia FAO/APAARI/CIMMYT/ICARDA/JIRCAS: T. Lumpkin (CIMMYT & on behalf of partners) Feeding a Billion People: the Indian Way: S. Ayyappan (ICAR)15:00 Discussion –The Plenary15:30 Coffee Break Farmer involvement in scaling-out impacts on major crops16.00 AGRA public-private: M. Kroma (AGRA/AWARD) ALINe study on feedback loops: W. Dogbe (CSIR Ghana) (M. Wopereis or B. Bouman for GRiSP)16:30 Discussion – Participants 3
  • 4. Reflections on the issues raised: practical implications in improving food security17:00 Responding Panellists: L. Antoine (Pioneer); N. Van Bo (Vietnam VAAS); P. Kapondamgaga (Farmers Union of Malawi)17:20 Wrap up Session17:30 Close of the Session Parallel Session: SESSION P1: PARTNERSHIPS TO ACHIEVE FOOD AND NUTRITION SECURITY Sub-Session P1.2: Household Nutrition Security Introduction: Ending Hunger and Ensuring Nutrition Worldwide14:00 Chair:Alexander Müller(FAO); Facilitator:Barbara Burlingame (FAO) Panel of practitioners on meeting nutrition needs through diverse approaches Panellists:14:10 M. Aït-Aïssa (Action contre la Faim-ACF) E. Hillenbrand (Helen Keller Intl, Cambodia, Bangladesh) D. Keatinge (Diversity for Development) Practical steps to Global push for action through large scale initiatives in nutrition :Agricultural Research taking on the Nutrition incorporate nutrition into Challenge; national, regional and Sustainable production and sustainable diets international AR4D J. Mc Dermott (CRP4)14:30 agendas, systems and B. Burlingame (FAO) processes over the period to 2014, targeting Y. Hoberg (SAFANSI/ Secure Nutrition) smallholders, women and A. Tollervey (DFID-LCIRAH) children L. Brown (World Food Program - GDPRD/GAP)15:30 Coffee Break16:00 Discussion – The Plenary The road ahead – priorities for taking the agenda forward and the role of different actors16:40 Responding Panellists: T.Arnold (Concern Worldwide), DFID, Embrapa/Harvest Plus, S. Mathur (IFAD), E. Wachira (Plan Intl)17:15 Wrap up Session17:30 Close of the Session Parallel Session: SESSION C1: New Investments Sub-Session C1.1: Public Investments 4
  • 5. Introduction to the Sub-Session14.00 Chair: Julie Howard (USAID); Facilitator: Nienke Beintema (ASTI) Monitoring AR4D investments around the world: New evidence brought The L’Aquila Initiative on Food Security and Working group on Reporting and Managing for Development Results together on public (AFSI-MfDR): J. Shrier (U.S. Department of State)14:10 investments and returns for advocating greater OECD/DAC Mutual Review on Development Effectiveness, and Creditor Reporting System(CRS): K. Hussein public investment (formerly OECD) Horizon 2020: TBA (EC) CGIAR Fund investment trends: J. Wadsworth (CGIAR Fund) AR4D donor investment in Africa EIARD study assessing donor support to CAADP Pillar 4 (July 2011): D. Radcliffe14:40 (EFARD) Tracking AR4D investments and capacities at Regional and National levels: APAARI, AARINENA, CACAARI, FARA, FORAGRO: N. Beintema (ASTI)15:10 Discussion – The Plenary15:30 Coffee Break Returns on national and international investments: Impacts of investments in Brazil, China, India and16:00 Indonesia:U. Lele16:20 Determining investment impacts from CGIA: D. Gollin (SPIA– by video)16:30 INIA Uruguay AR4D investments & returns:A. Roel/ M. Allegri16:40 Discussion – The Plenary Reflections on issues raised17:10 Responding panellists: E. Pehu (WB), N. Austin (ACIAR), M. Marzano (WFO)17:20 Wrap up Session17:30 Close of the Session Parallel Session: SESSION C1: New Investments Sub-Session C1.2:Public-Private-Civil Mechanisms Introduction to the Sub-Session14.00 Chair: Nikita Eriksen-Hamel (GDPRD); Facilitator:Lystra Antoine (Pioneer) 5
  • 6. Innovative public-private Setting the scene: New models, mechanisms and initiatives to support public-private partnerships. models reviewed, refined14:10 R. Bertram (Feed the Future)/G8 New Alliance of Food Security and scaled out for adoption by new partners S. Robertson (IDRC) on IDRC-Syngenta Platform on PPPs in agriculture14:50 Discussion – The Plenary Learning from Experience – Examples of Public-Private-Civil Mechanisms H. Shapiro (Mars/CGIAR sustainable tree crops)15:10 M. Dadlani (IARI) D. Risso (Seed Association of the Americas)15:30 Coffee Break Reconciling private and public interests: Farmers rights and breeders rights16:00 J. Chaves (GFAR/ITPGRFA/CGIAR) Smallholder-driven Public-Private-Civil Models16:15 A. Waters-Bayer (Prolinnova scaling-out local innovation)16:35 Discussion – The Plenary Reflections on the issues raised17:10 A. Kapur (Rasi Seeds Ltd), L. Adriano (ADB), I. Osadie (MD Notore Seed Company, Nigeria)17:20 Wrap up Session17:30 Close of the Session Parallel Session: SESSION C1: New Investments Sub-Session C1.3: North-South and South-South Collective Actions Introduction to the Sub-Session14.00 Chair: Claudio Barriga; Facilitator: Mario Allegri Brief presentations on impacts and learning from Inter-regional networks P. Sarfatti (PAEPARD, IAO, Italy) Promoting inter-regional A. Agumya (CAADP-CGIAR Alliance) learning and capacities through mobilizing and P. Duarte (Embrapa Brazil-Africa and Brazil-Caribbean Innovation marketplaces)14:15 strengthening innovative M.-T. Dobao (INIAS Ibero-America) networks to demonstrate and enhance their impacts A. N’Joya (CORAF/WECARD) for IRD/CIRAD collaborative platforms S. Kiselev (Eurasian Center for Food Security – Russian Federation & Central Asia) A. El-Beltagy (CIHEAM)15:10 Discussion 6
  • 7. 15:30 Coffee Break16:00 Enhancing collaboration among G20 Nations research leaders – Outcomes of the Meeting of Agriculture Chief Scientists (MACS): P. Brajcich (INIFAP, MACS)16:20 Discussion: Strengthening the impact of South-South and North-South Networks – The Plenary17:30 Close of the Session18:00 SPECIAL PLENARY SESSION: MINISTERIAL ROUNDTABLE OF CONSEJO AGROPECUARIO DEL SUR (CAS) Award Ceremonies, Inauguration of Global Marketplace and Conference Dinner 7
  • 8. 30 October 2012 Conference Session Parallel Session: SESSION F2: FORESIGHT GUIDING RESEARCH AND INNOVATION Expected Outcomes Sub-Session F2.1: At National/Regional Level Theme of the sub session: What role could smallholder farmers play in different regions in meeting future needs 08:30 in food and nutrition security, poverty alleviation and sustainable management of natural resources? Chair: Ruben Echeverria (CIAT); Facilitator: Ajit Maru (GFAR) Conclusions from region- by-region consultations Highlights of regional views on research and innovation priorities for future needs and impacts, combined with and pre-conference foresight review analyses of case studies: Latin America and Caribbean: E. Ruz (FORAGRO) what can be learned when foresight approaches are Asia and the Pacific: R. Paroda (APAARI) 08:40 added to existing regional Sub Saharan Africa: TBA (FARA) prioritization processes. Near East and North Africa: M. Abu-Zant (AARINENA) A set of collective actions Central Asia and the Caucasus: O. Shatberashvili (CACAARI) agreed to improve the use of foresight in making Europe: C. Hoste (EFARD) research and innovation 10:30 systems more responsive Coffee Break 11:00 to future development Discussion: new priorities and new challenges for meeting the future needs of family farmers needs of small-holders through inclusive Reflections on the issues raised 12:00 prioritization at Responding Panellists:E. Penunia (AFA), M. Roozitalab (AARINENA), L. O’brien (Teagasc) local/regional level 12:20 Wrap up Session: Toward regional commitments 12:30 Close of the Session Parallel Session: SESSION F2: FORESIGHT GUIDING RESEARCH AND INNOVATION Sub-Session F2.2: At Global Level Theme of the sub-session: What role could smallholder farmers play in meeting future needs in food and nutrition 08:30 security, poverty alleviation and sustainable management of natural resources? Chair:GineZwart (Oxfam); Facilitator: Frédéric Lapeyrie (CRAI) 8
  • 9. A set of proposed Illustrative cases: What new insights global foresight has brought and how do they shape research and policies collective actions agreed (with also a discussion on smallholder farmers) to improve the use of 5 scenarios for 2050 - Conditions for Agriculture and Land use: I. Öborn (Swedish U. of Ag. Sciences) global foresight in making08:40 research and innovation The future of food and farming (UK Foresight study): Video presentation from UK Foresight systems more responsive FAO perspectives 2050: P.Conforti (FAO) to future development needs at global level From foresight to research programming: (Agrimonde and Dualine): M. Guillou (Agreenium) Synthesis from the foresight review: What new insights global foresight has brought and how they have shaped09:30 research and policies (with also a discussion on smallholder farmers): R. Bourgeois (GFAR) The foresight dimension into the CGIAR Strategy and Results Framework Action Plan: F. Rijsberman (CEO, CGIAR09:45 Consortium) Proposal: How a Forward Thinking Platform can improve our understanding of future challenges: S. Treyer10:00 (IDDRI)10:30 Coffee Break Discussion: Identifying priorities at global level and informing research to respond to smallholder farmers’ future11:00 needs Reflections on reshaping priorities and future challenges12:00 Responding Panellists:S. Ayyappan (ICAR), K. M’Ribu (KENFAP Farmers’ Organization Kenya), T. Arnold (Concern Worldwide)12.15 Wrap up Session: Towards Common Commitments12:30 Close of the Session Parallel Session: SESSION P2:PARTNERSHIPS FOR ENVIRONMENTAL RESILIENCE Sub-Session P2.1: Sustainable Use of Biodiversity Introduction: Outcomes of the Science Forum08:30 Chair:GebisaEjeta (CGIAR Consortium Board); Facilitator:Kwesi Atta-Krah (Bioversity Int.) Concerted regional actions implemented Sustainable Use of Biodiversity through the new K. Atta-Krah (CG Consortium joint reflection on agrobiodiversity) partnerships for AR4D09:00 D. Manzella (ITPGRFA/GCDT) that enhance resilience A. Elhalwagi (WANA Network AARINENA) and sustainable use of R. Ghodake (Suwon Initiative/NARI) natural resources at local and landscape scales. 9
  • 10. 09:50 Discussion – The Plenary10:30 Coffee Break H. Shapiro (OrphanCrops Initiative, WWF, DuPont, MARS, etc) S. Simons (CABI)11:00 M. Hermann (Crops for the Future) C. Borgemeister (ICIPE)11:40 Interventions from the Plenary – All participants Reflections on the issues raised12:10 Responding Panellists: TBA12.20 Wrap up Session12:30 Close of the Session Parallel Session: SESSION P2:PARTNERSHIPS FOR ENVIRONMENTAL RESILIENCE Sub-Session P2.2: Land, Water, Forests and Landscapes Introduction: Outcomes of the Science Forum08:30 Chair: Jeff Sayer (ISPC); Facilitator:WietekeWillemens (EcoAgriculture Partners) Ecosystem Resilience and Multi-stakeholder Governance: Concerted regional actions implemented S. Cook (Water: CRP 5) through the new More effective actions for the Aral Sea:J. Turok (ICARDA-CAC) partnerships for AR4D08:45 Indo-Gangetic Plains Rice-Wheat Consortium:I. Ahmad (PARC) that enhance resilience and sustainable use of CTA-Partnership for managing Water for Agriculture and Food in ACP countries including SRI experiences: J. natural resources at local Francis (CTA) and landscape scales. I. Mello (Brazilian Federation of No-till Associations)10.30 Coffee Break Ecosystem Resilience and Multi-stakeholder Governance: R. Nasi (CRP 6 forest biodiversity use)11:00 T. Nichols (AIRCA) W. Willemens (EcoAgriculture Partners) on Landscape management11:30 How to reach impacts at scale in NRM? J. Sayer (ISPC) 10
  • 11. Reflections on the issues raised11:50 Responding Panellists: TBA12.20 Wrap up Session12:30 Close of the Session Parallel Session: SESSION P2:PARTNERSHIPS FOR ENVIRONMENTAL RESILIENCE Sub-Session P2.3: Climate Change Introduction: Achieving Food Security in the Face of Climate Change: Recommendations of the Commission of08:30 the Sustainable Agriculture and Climate Change –Why we need a step change in our partnerships models? Chair: Federica Rossi (WMO); Facilitator:MainzaMugoya (EAFF) Collective alliance agreed integrating programmes How understanding of climate change scenarios has shaped new regional partnerships in research for on climate change development08:50 adaptation & mitigation at Climate change forecasts: implications for regional climate change partnerships: J. Kinyangi (Regional Program national, regional and Leader ILRI/CCAFS) international levels over Global Research Alliance for Agricultural Greenhouse Gases: H. Montgomery (GRA-AGG) the two years ahead. Regional approaches towards climate-smart agriculture09:10 Developing regional AR4D responses to climate change implications: M. Al Ajlouni (AARINENA) Building Regional Community Learning Platforms for Climate Change and Food Security : A. Yaye (ANAFE) Addressing national needs through AR4D processes Fighting against desertification: Africa, Brazil and France: M. Bouvet (IRD/AIRD)09:30 Improving Adaptation to Climate Change for Sustainable Development in the Agricultural Sector of Uruguay: The National Agricultural Information System: W. Baethgen (International Institute for Research on Climate and Society – (IRI)09:50 Discussion Participants10:30 Coffee Break Research initiatives to integrate local communities into AR4D processes Community engagement in forest management for adaptation and mitigation: A. Sitoe (Mozambique University/11:00 CRP6) Climate Change and Agriculture in Ghana: Issues, Research Initiatives and Partnerships: J. Naab (CSIR)11:20 Discussion – Participants Establishing the Global Alliance: to inform policy and practice “Foresight and partnerships, from global to local11:50 levels, for climate change adaptation and mitigation” 11
  • 12. Action Plan (as panel): W. Oyhantcabal/ M. Boehm (GRA-Agriculture Greenhouse Gases) E. Fernandez (World Bank) K. SiviNjojo (SDI)) P. Holmgen (CIFOR) 12.20 Wrap up Session 12:30 Close of the Session Parallel Session: SESSION C2: ENHANCING CAPACITIES Sub-Session C2.1: Institutional Knowledge and Learning Institutional and network Setting the Scene: Tropical Agriculture Platform collaboration structured Chair: Xiangjun Yao (FAO); Facilitator: Stephen Rudgard (FAO) and enhanced for improving human skills 5 Presentations of 10 min each, followed by 5 min/presentation for Q&A and addressing capacities A. Sonnino (TAP, FAO) 08:30 required for success in collective AR4D actions D. Nielson (TEAM-Africa-World Bank) such as the CRPs. New M. LastraEscudero (Case study Mexico, COFUPRO) skill-sets required identified along H. Mruthyunjaya (Case study India, NAIP) innovation pathways V. Villalobos (CIMMYT/CIAT/CIP LAC linkages, IICA) between smallholder 09:45 producers, consumers Facilitated Discussion (chat show format)1 and researchers, and 10.30 mechanisms identified to Coffee Break 11:00 deliver these Facilitated Discussion (continued) 11:45 Sharing Insights (5 guests) 12:15 Wrap up Session Parallel Session: SESSION C2: ENHANCING CAPACITIES Sub-Session C2.2: Individual Learning and Empowerment of Women and Youth Introduction 08:30 Chair: Vicki Wilde (AWARD); Facilitator: Judith Francis (CTA)1 The chat shows open circle layout encourages greater participation and, due to its informal nature, is less intimidating than a panel discussion. Facilitator provides an introduction,encourages debate amongst the guests (5 in this session) and invites questions from the audience. 12
  • 13. Collective action and measures agreed on to attract, inspire and empower young people and women for Keynote presentation: Understanding the potential for youth and women and what may help guarantee success: 08:45 transformative agriculture Y. Pinto (Agricultural Learning and Impacts Network – ALINe) including AR4D systems and agri-enterprise development. Guiding Questions: Learning and recommendations from: 1. What are the success Farmers: K. Holder (Produce Growers Ltd, Barbados) factors for empowering youth in ARD? For Youth:N. Hosenally (YPARD), C. Paisley (YPARD) 09:00 empowering women in R&D Institutions:B. Muasa (Ministry of Livestock Development, Kenya, on attachment to Embrapa, Brazil) ARD? Where are these same and different? What D. Pillot (Agreenium/ EFARD Agrinatura, France) tools can be used for K. Srinath (Directorate of Research on Women in Agriculture, India) tracking progress? 10:30 2. What programs, Coffee Break projects and networks Learning and recommendations from: could be linked to help ensure the greatest Universities: P. Choquet (GCHEA), S. Hutchinson (The University of the West Indies, Trinidad and Tobago) 11:00 degree of learning, and World Bank: E. Pehu (World Bank) impact? 3. What two to three Trade: M.C. Sengendo (Federation of Associations of Uganda Exporters, Uganda) collective actions should we propose for 2012- Responding Panellists’ and Plenary Discussions: Recommendations for Collective Action 2014? What changes and O. Liwewe (Social Transformation Management Consulting Services, Malawi) results do we want to 11:50 share when we return to L. Suarez (FORAGRO and YPARD) GCARD in two years’ J. Dey de Pryck (GAP) time? L. Santos (Eduardo Mondlane University, Maputo, Mozambique) 12:20 Wrap up Session: Key Messages to GCARD2 12:30 Close of the Session12:30-13:30 Lunch Break Parallel Session: SESSION F3: THE VOICE OF SMALLHOLDERS IN SHAPING PRIORITIES Sub-Session F3.1: Improving Foresight through Equitable Partnerships 13
  • 14. Theme of the sub session: How can envisioning future needs be made more inclusive?13:30 Chair: Fernando Lopez (CNFR); Facilitator: Sonali Bisht (IMHE) Illustrative cases: Partnership practices in foresight Foresight partnership practices with PROCISUR: E. Ruz (PROCISUR)13:45 A set of proposed Fostering partnership in foresight: the CCAFS scenarios on food security in E Africa: J. Verwoort (CCAFS) collective actions agreed Policy Dialogues for Prioritization of Demand Driven Agricultural Research for Development in South Asia (sub to make foresight regional): S. Mruthunjaya (APAARI/IFPRI/NARS) considerations better targeted on the livelihood needs of smallholder14:30 producers, through their Synthesis: Equitable partnership for improved foresight, lessons learned from current practices: G. Zwart (Oxfam) equitable participation in forward-looking,14.45 anticipatory research and Discussion: How can foresight create a voice for smallholder farmers in shaping priorities and innovation analysis15.30 Coffee Break16:00 Discussion continued Reflections on practical actions to improve smallholders’ participation16:45 Responding Panellists: L. Arduin (AMRU); D. Marquez (ANGOC); P. Kapondamgaga (Farmers Union of Malawi)17:00 Wrap up Session: Towards Commitments17:30 Close of the Session Parallel Session: SESSION F3: THE VOICE OF SMALLHOLDERS IN SHAPING PRIORITIES Sub-Session F3.2: Developing Capacities for Improved Foresight Theme of the sub session: How can we strengthen foresight capacities at different scales and for different13:30 sectors Chair: Marion Guillou (AGREENIUM); Facilitator: Gustavo Ferreira (INIA, Uruguay) A set of proposed collective actions to strengthen national The Global Foresight Academy: Developing foresight capacities in and for Africa: R.Tabo(FARA) foresight capabilities, for countries to determine A possible FORAGRO commitment for LAC Academy: J. French (FORAGRO)13:45 their own future needs How the CGIAR can support regional foresight capabilities: G. Henry (CIAT-CIRAD) and take better account of the particular needs of Visioning Agriculture R&D: Indian Experience and Perspective: R. Chand (NCAP) smallholder farmers Perspectives from different sectors on addressing capacity needs for improved foresight (Sectoral working14:30 groups in parallel): FO, NGO and CSO; Research; Government; Donors and OI; Private sector 14
  • 15. 15:30 Coffee Break Highlights from discussions and actions required in 2012-2014 to enhance capacities for improved foresight (All16:00 groups) – Representatives from Responding Sectors:FO, NGO and CSO; Research; Government; Donors and OI; Private sector17:15 Wrap up Session: Towards Commitments17:30 Close of the Session Parallel Session: SESSION P3: PARTNERSHIPS FOR LIVELIHOOD IMPACTS Sub-Session P3.1: Innovations for Better Livelihoods What is needed in the approach?13:30 Chair: Rodney Cooke (Consultant, recently retired from IFAD); Facilitator:Patrick Dugan (CRP Aquatic Agricultural Systems)13:40 Identified and defined Introduction: policy context: R. Cooke (IFAD Rural Poverty Report 2011) effective strategies for implementing innovation partnerships and Panel: Stakeholders’ approach to AR4D13:50 producing the evidence A.Dave (SEWA – Women’s Rural Organization South Asia) and understanding required for impact in A. Waters-Bayer (INSARD/CSO-GARD CSO Network) global, regional and14:10 national programs Discussion – The Plenary addressing poverty reduction and improving Putting the approach into practice: Establishing effective livelihood research partnerships for impact at scale14:40 livelihoods at scale P. Dugan (CRP Aquatic Agricultural Systems) W. Payne (CRP Dryland Agriculture)15:00 Discussion – The Plenary15:30 Coffee Break Working with national innovation pilot learning sites and inter-regional innovation platforms A. Adekunle (FARA SSA-CP/CRP 1.2 on Humid Tropics)16:00 G. Thiele (CRP Roots tubers & bananas)16:30 Discussion: Building partnerships for livelihood impacts at scale, around the above examples17:00 Reflections on the issues raised: S. Nour (CARE); M. Tusneem (ADBrtrd)17:15 Wrap up Session17:30 Close of the Session 15
  • 16. Parallel Session: SESSION P3: PARTNERSHIPS FOR LIVELIHOOD IMPACTS Sub-Session P3.2: Turning Innovations into Market Opportunities Introduction13:30 Chair: Philip Kiriro (EAFF); Facilitator: Felicity Proctor (ESFIM) Enabling Environments and Policies for Smallholders13:40 K. Brooks (CRP Policies & Markets R. Mendez (Chile Alimentos) Collective programme14:40 partnership to strengthen Discussion – The Plenary15.30 smallholder-to-market Coffee Break linkages for agricultural innovation to increase Fostering Smallholder Entrepreneurship farmers’ profits, benefit G. Ton (ESFIM collective) households and improve16:00 K. M’Ribu (KENFAP Farmers’ Organization Kenya) rural livelihoods Sh. Chavez Carballo (Costa Rica) L. Castillo (Junta Nacional de Cafe)16:30 Discussion – The Plenary Reflections on the issues raised Responding panellists:A. Jakhar (Farmers’ Forum, India); R. Carlson (World Farmers Organization); D.17:10 Hoisington(ICRISAT); B. Alimgazinova (AgroInnovation, Kazakhstan); D. Alfaro (CGIAR Consortium)17:20 Wrap up Session17:30 Close of the Session Parallel Session: SESSION P3: PARTNERSHIPS FOR LIVELIHOOD IMPACTS Sub-Session P3.3: Rebuilding Livelihoods in Protracted Crises Introduction13:30 A new collective initiative Chair: Mahmoud Solh (ICARDA); Facilitator: Irene Frempong (FARA) launched to help rebuild Post-conflict countries: I. Frempong (FARA: results of workshop on capacity for agricultural innovation in post-conflict and revitalize countries) communities to move from dependency to self-13.50 Rwanda: a country example: J.-J. Mbonigaba (Government of Rwanda, Ag Board) sufficiency by mobilizing the role of agricultural knowledge and innovation Sierra Leone: a country example: A. Dixon (Sierra Leone Agricultural Research Institute) in post-conflict and fragile14:30 States Discussion – The Plenary 16
  • 17. 15:30 Coffee Break Role of International Systems: M. Solh (ICARDA) Afghanistan - provision of innovative technologies: J. Rizvi (ICARDA-Afghanistan)16:00 Iraq – replacing lost AR4D: S. B. Fatlawi (Iraq, ARC) Haiti post earthquake: M.R.Pierre Louis (Haiti, IICA)16:40 Discussion – The Plenary Reflections on the issues raised: requirements for collective action17:00 Responding Panellists:E. Hillenbrand (HKI)17:20 Wrap up Session17:30 Close of the Session Parallel Session: SESSION C3: SHARING AND USING AGRICULTURAL KNOWLEDGE Sub-Session C3.1: Access, Sharing and Transformation of Agricultural Information Introduction13.30 Chair: Enrica Porcari (CGIAR); Facilitator: Stephen Rudgard(CIARD Core Group)13.40 Framework for Data and Information Sharing: K. Bheenik (CTA-CIARD Core Group) Coherent institutional and network collaborations Panel Discussion: developed and scaled out The role of regional organizations in opening access and improving use – Challenges and Opportunities: M. for improving sharing, Wopereis (FARA) exchange and effective Fostering investment in knowledge sharing approaches for agricultural innovation: E. Pehu (World Bank) use of data, information14.10 CGIAR approaches to sharing research data and information: W. Dar (ICRISAT) and knowledge globally Policy and practice for opening agricultural information in the USA: M. Bohman (USDA) Policy and action on opening agricultural information and data in China: D. Feng (CAAS) Ghana’s experience in opening the outputs of research to farmers: A. Salifu (CSIR)15.10 Discussion on key actions – Working Group15:30 Coffee Break16:00 Discussion – The Plenary17:00 Reflections on issues raised Responding panellists: Attaluri (APAARI); S. Hearn (ACIAR)17:20 Wrap up Session - Chair17:30 Close of the Session 17
  • 18. Parallel Session: SESSION C3: SHARING AND USING AGRICULTURAL KNOWLEDGE Sub-Session C3.2: Innovative Knowledge and Advisory Services Introduction to the Sub-Session and presenters 13.30 Chair: S. Nahdy (AFAAS); Facilitator: S. Canney Davison (GFRAS) Institutional and network collaboration developed 13.35 for improving knowledge Overview: New Extensionist: Recommendations for Action in Capacities for Advisory Services in the Road and advisory services for Map:K. Davis (GFRAS) resource poor small holder farmers globally Strengthening Capacity for National Advisory Services Multi-stakeholder Platforms: The AFAAS Country Fora:J. 13.50 Mutimba (AFAAS) 14:05 Strengthening Regional Capacity in Latin America for Joint Action in Research, Advisory Services, and Innovation:L. Ramirez(RELASER/FORAGRO) 14:20 Strengthening Global Capacities for Effective Knowledge and Advisory Services:T.Nichols (CABI Plantwise) 14:30 Capacity Examples at National and Inter-regional Level (Asia – India): K.D. Kokate (ICAR) 14.40 Q & A Plenary Discussion: Facilitator 15:00 Group Activity Leading to Session Outcomes: Facilitator 15.30 Coffee Break 16:00 Group Activity Leading to Session Outcomes(contd.): Facilitator 16:30 Summaries from Group Activity by Panellists + Recommendations for GCARD Plenary: Rapporteurs 17:30 Close of the Session: Chair Global Marketplace: Linking Farmers to Markets and Introduction to the Field Day Moderator of the Panel:Mario Allegri The Uruguayan agricultural sector:E.Benech (Vice Minister of Agriculture)17:30-20:30 The agricultural innovation system: A.Roel (President, INIA) The Marketplace/Field Day approach:V. Musselli (INIA) Demonstration of the Digital Platform:J.Elhordoy (INIA) Buffet Dinner 18
  • 19. 31 October 2012 Conference Session Conference Field Day – Organized by Host Country, including Farmers’ Panel CGIAR Fund Council Meeting (All Day) Rapporteurs’ Summary Preparation1 November 2012 Conference Session Sessions’ Outcomes “Agenda for Action” towards GCARD 2014 Co-chairs: Monty Jones and Carlos Perez del Castillo Presentation of Theme Sessions’ Outcomes (3 Presenters tba) Implications of the GCARD for Taking forward the CGIAR’s Work: Frank Rijsberman (CGIAR CEO) Taking forward Global Programmes around the Conference Themes: Mark Holderness (GFAR Executive Secretary) 09:00-11:00 Panel: Implementing the GCARD Roadmap: Collective Actions by 2014 Farmers: Ajay Jakhar (Bharat Krishak Samaj - Farmers Forum India) and Robert Carlson (World Farmers Organization) NGOs: Sonali Bisht (IMHE) Private Sector: Ernesto Brovelli (Coca-Cola Company and SAI Platform) Advisory: Margaret Kroma (AGRA) Education: Martin Kropff (University of Wageningen) National Research: Alvaro Roel (INIA Uruguay) International Partners: Patrick Caron (CIRAD) 11:00-11:30 Coffee Break Conference Closing Session Raj Paroda, Chair, GCARD2 Organizing Committee 11:30-12:30 Rachel Kyte, Chair of the CGIAR Fund Council H.E. TabaréAguerre, Host Minister of Agriculture Vote of Thanks: Mark Holderness 12:30 GCARD 2012 Closure 14:00-18:00 CGIAR Fund Council Meeting (continued) 19
  • 20. GFAR Program Committee Meeting 18:30 Dinner Meeting of the CGIAR Consortium Board, Fund Council and Directors General2 November 2012 CGIAR Funders Forum (CGIAR Members) 08:30-13:00 GFAR Steering Committee Meeting 13:00-14:00 Lunch Break 20

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