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A presentation by Patrick Dugan, Program Director of the CGIAR Research Program on Aquatic Agricultural Systems, at the 2012 Global Conference on Agricultural Research for Development. Held in Uruguay ...

A presentation by Patrick Dugan, Program Director of the CGIAR Research Program on Aquatic Agricultural Systems, at the 2012 Global Conference on Agricultural Research for Development. Held in Uruguay from the 27th of October to the 2nd of November, 2012.

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Establishing effective livelihood research partnerships for impact at scale Presentation Transcript

  • 1. Establishing effective livelihood research partnerships for impact at scale Patrick Dugan
  • 2. Four Issues•• Focus on scale Focus on scale•• Importance of Importance ofpartnerships partnerships•• Our approach Our approach•• Challenges & Challenges &Next steps Next steps
  • 3. Scale and the system CRPs Number of rural poor (millions) (<US$1.25 per day)
  • 4. “The definition of insanity isdoing the same thing overand over again and 4 issuesexpecting different results”Albert Einstein Innovation • Gender • MEIA • Nutrition • Partnerships
  • 5. Partnerships and scale“If you want to go fast,go alone. If you want togo far, go together.” Africanproverb
  • 6. Key Partnerships - ZambiaTypes of partners Examples Role in scalingCore Provincial and National Policyinstitutions BRKey EUNZA Provincial and National Capacityimplementing (research and development)partners Integration of learning into development programs – landscape Senanga Farmers Assoc. and national With bilateral and multilateral agencies supporting locally and scaling nationally With bilateral and multilateral agencies supporting locally and scaling nationally
  • 7. Wider partnershipsLocal: AAS partnership network in Western Province
  • 8. Challenges • What knowledge and capacities are needed? (IPGs?) • What mechanisms work best where & for whom? • Evolving CGIAR role of broker and catalyst?
  • 9. Next steps • Expand engagement with partners at all levels • Foster Dialogue • Learn from past experience and emerging innovations • Strengthen capacity within partner networks
  • 10. Thank you!