ELKS Enhancing livelihoods through livestock                   knowledge systems<br />Knowledge Management for Results<br ...
Context & Rationale<br /><ul><li>In the last 20 years livestock sector has been growing faster than other agricultural sec...
Livestock rearing is a key risk mitigation strategy for the poorest in rain-fed regions, such as in the NE
Support to livestock rearing contributes significantly to women empowerment at household and village level </li></ul>FAO, ...
TATA-ILRI Partnership Programme on<br />“Livestock Research for Development”<br />SRTT livestock based livelihood programm...
Conduct applied research, test pilots, carry out field trials,  market studies and institutional innovations
Facilitate stakeholder collaboration                and synergy
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  1. 1. ELKS Enhancing livelihoods through livestock knowledge systems<br />Knowledge Management for Results<br />Sharing & Learning from Experiences on Livestock Services <br />1st KM4Results Workshop for NER<br />Guwahati 7th-9th April 2010<br />
  2. 2. Context & Rationale<br /><ul><li>In the last 20 years livestock sector has been growing faster than other agricultural sectors in India
  3. 3. Livestock rearing is a key risk mitigation strategy for the poorest in rain-fed regions, such as in the NE
  4. 4. Support to livestock rearing contributes significantly to women empowerment at household and village level </li></ul>FAO, SOFA 2010<br />
  5. 5. TATA-ILRI Partnership Programme on<br />“Livestock Research for Development”<br />SRTT livestock based livelihood programme<br />ILRI Support<br />Himmotthan<br /><ul><li>On overall approaches, strategies and policies on livestock based livelihood initiatives
  6. 6. Conduct applied research, test pilots, carry out field trials, market studies and institutional innovations
  7. 7. Facilitate stakeholder collaboration and synergy
  8. 8. Build partner capacities
  9. 9. Facilitate knowledge sharing and exchange</li></ul>NEI<br />Uttaranchal<br />Nagaland, Mizoram, Arunachal<br />Dairy <br />CInI<br />Piggery <br />Jharkhand<br />Goatery Piggery<br />Enhancing livelihoods<br />
  10. 10. The Knowledge Ladder : Going Up – Value Adding / Going Down: Strategic Objectives <br />Results<br />Competency<br />+ Decision making<br />Innovation<br />+ Learning<br />Know How<br />+ Experiment<br />Demand-based KM:<br />(Strategic orientation) <br />Knowledge<br />+ Action<br />Information<br />+ Context<br />Supply- based KM<br />(Operational orientation)<br />Data<br />+ Meaning<br />KM4Results : Orientation<br />Information is about the who, where, what and when;<br />Knowledge is about the how and why.<br />After K. North, 1991:41<br />
  11. 11. KM4Results : Approach<br />Results<br />Learning<br />Competency<br />Local solutions<br />KM4Results<br />Knowledge use & action <br />Innovation<br />Knowledge Products<br />
  12. 12. KM4Results : A Common Framework to Guide Action <br />What it is-what’s for<br />Implementation guide based on experiences <br />A way to distill & organise experiences<br />Holistic, systemic<br />Organise stakeholders to work in a different way <br />Open and process oriented <br />
  13. 13. Common Framework: What is each Success Factor about? <br />
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