Water, Land and Ecosystems - A Natural Resources Management CGIAR Research Program

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Water, Land and Ecosystems - A Natural Resources Management CGIAR Research Program

  1. 1. Water, Land and EcosystemsA CGIAR PartnershipCGIAR Centers, FAOResearch, development,knowledge partnersA Natural Resources ManagementCGIAR Research Program (CRP5)
  2. 2. CRP5 Addresses Interrelated Global Challenges• Water Scarcity• Land Degradation• Loss of Ecosystem Services GOAL: sustainably improve livelihoods, reduce poverty, and ensure food security using research-based solutions to water scarcity, land degradation, and loss of ecosystem services.
  3. 3. Natural Resources Management – why is it different/difficult?• Responds to a changing set of drivers outside of water or land sector• Ecosystem services difficult to value• Non-market economy• Cross scale interactions• Issues of ownership of land & water are complex• Intuitional arrangements not always conducive to NRM
  4. 4. Focus on 8 problem sets Drivers:X cutting: Irrigation EnergyGovernance Resource Recovery River Basins Subsidies EcosystemsGender DietsPoverty Rainfed …NewGeneration Pastoral Information
  5. 5. CRP5 Works Across Scales LARGE BASIN SMALL BASIN/ TRANSBOUNDARY LANDSCAPE TO GLOBAL AGREEMENT LEVEL CRP 5 SPACE NATIONALSCALE POLICY WATERSHED ISSUES WATER ALLOCATION SOIL CONSORVATION ENVIRONMENTAL FARM PROTECTION LOCAL MGMT PRACTICESE FIELD COMPLEXITY OF SOLUTIONS
  6. 6. Each location has a different problem set and impact pathway Where CGIAR presently works on NRM
  7. 7. Engage in impact pathwayX cutting: IrrigationGovernance Resource Recovery River Basins EcosystemsGenderPoverty RainfedNewGeneration Pastoral Information, analysis, research based solutions GWP Role Policy , practices, institutions, processes, capacity
  8. 8. Multiple Paths to Impact• Focus on clients - farmer and community perspectives; different needs of women, men, youth• Regional integration – to solve local problems• Focal countries – for policy and investment support• Partnership networks• Global and regional engagement• Facilitating capacity building
  9. 9. CRP5 Partnership for Research and Impact Universities National Implementers Research Investors Research Institute + + Farmers systems + FAO CGIAR Centers GWP Fundamental Research Research for Development Impact
  10. 10. What’s new• Alignment of CG Centers work• Better engagement with partners for impact• Integration – science, scale, partners• fosters innovation – bringing something new to market
  11. 11. Developing the Proposal Date Location Host 28-30 June Colombo, Sri Lanka IWMI 8 July Tashkent, Uzbekistan IWMI 28 July Nairobi, Kenya ILRI and CIAT 2 August Lima, Peru CONDESAN and CIP 2 August Delhi, India ICRISAT 3 August Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso AGRA and IWMI 6 August Bangkok, Thailand FAO 8 August Aleppo, Syria ICARDA 9 August Cali, Columbia CIAT and CONDESAN 10 August Lusaka, Zambia NEPAD and IWMIOn line consultations, plus design and writer’s workshop in Colombo involving CGIAR and partners – about 500 people involved
  12. 12. LARGE BASIN TRANSBOUNDARY TO GLOBAL AGREEMENT LEVEL SMALL BASIN/ CRP 2 SPACE LANDSCAPE NATIONAL POLICY ISSUES CRP 5 SPACESCALE WATERSHED CRP 7 SPACE FARM CRP 6 SPACE CRP 1, 3, 4 SPACE FIELD FARMER STATE NATIONAL REGIONAL BODIES COMMUNITY DEVPM’T PLANNERS POLICY GLOBAL CONVENTIONS NGO IMPLEMENTORS INVESTORS IMPACT PARTNERS
  13. 13. Impact -200 million livelihoods improved in 20 years
  14. 14. Potential BeneficiariesIrrigation – 200M, lower food prices, landless labor, more income, better environmentRainfed- 500M smallholders in Asia & Africa, more income, better food securityPastoral – 180M pastoralists – less vulnerability from secure land and water accessGroundwater – 250M, reduced vulnerability to overdraft, better use in high potential areasResource Recovery– 20 to 50M peri urban farmers, better health, productivity income gains; 1 B consumers
  15. 15. Budget• Combined work of CGIAR Centers totals about $78 million in this area• FAO - $10M per year• Startup – need funding for information systems, M&E, gender & poverty, regional integration, administration• Over time – coherent project portfolio• Strategy – an increasing proportion of additional funding is for supporting partnerships

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