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GWP-IWMI collaboration: synergies for food security - CP meeting Day 2

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  • 1. GWP-IWMI collaboration: synergies for food securityby Eline BoeleeStockholm, 19 August 2011
  • 2. Future collaboration IWMI-GWP
    New CGIAR Research Program 5 (CRP5): Water, Land and Ecosystems
    • Addressing interrelated global challenges
    • 3. Water scarcity
    • 4. Land degradation
    • 5. Loss of ecosystem services
    • 6. Goal: sustainably improve livelihoods, reduce poverty, and ensure food security
  • CGIAR Research Program 5
    Water, Land and Ecosystems
    Submitted by on behalf of
  • 7. Draft food security strategy
    Collaboration with IWMI mainly at global level
    Water for food security
    Implementing recommendations from Comprehensive Assessment
    Revitalizing irrigation
    Integration with other sectors to increase productivity
    Environmental sustainability: trade-offs and ecosystem services
    Research + networking = impact?
    Future collaboration, also with CPWF, in CRP5 Water, Land and Ecosystems
  • 8. GWP in CRP5
    IWRM in CRP5
    GWP network can enhance impact
    at various levels
    Under the 5 Strategic Research Portfolios
    Mainstreaming ecosystem services
    Water for food -> Water for agroecosystem services
    Not only provisioning services (food, water supply)
    But also other ecosystem services: regulating, cultural and supporting
    Increased environmental sustainability and resilience
  • 9. Water for agroecosystems
    Cultural services
    Provisioning services (separate or combined)
    Regulatory services
    • Water flow regulation
    • 18. Erosion regulation
    • 19. Greenhouse gasses regulation
    • 20. Pollination
    • 21. Climate regulation
    Equity
    Resilience
    Environmental sustainability
    • Supporting services
    • 22. Nutrient cycling
    • 23. Soil formation
    • 24. Ecosystem resilience
    • 25. Mitigation of climate change
    Agroecosystems for Water
  • 26. GWP in CRP5 - specific
    • Irrigation and Groundwater
    • 27. Ecosystem services in IWRM
    • 28. Network partners
    • 29. Basins and Landscapes - CPWF
    • 30. Resource Recovery
    • 31. Wastewater irrigation for food security and for downstream environment
    • 32. Reuse of nutrients
    • 33. Rainfed and pastoral systems – all water sources
    • 34. Information – exchange
    • 35. Impact pathways
  • 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
    Capacity building
  • 36. Follow up
    • CRP5 proposal under revision
    • 37. More concrete planning to follow in 2012
    • 38. Collaboration on concrete activities under the Strategic Research Portfolios
    • 39. Finalizing on-going work
    • 40. Development of new activities
    • 41. Coordination and communication
    • 42. Suggestions welcome
  • GWP with IWMI in CRP5THANK YOU

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