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Opening Plenary - CGIAR, AAS and Africa
Opening Plenary - CGIAR, AAS and Africa
Opening Plenary - CGIAR, AAS and Africa
Opening Plenary - CGIAR, AAS and Africa
Opening Plenary - CGIAR, AAS and Africa
Opening Plenary - CGIAR, AAS and Africa
Opening Plenary - CGIAR, AAS and Africa
Opening Plenary - CGIAR, AAS and Africa
Opening Plenary - CGIAR, AAS and Africa
Opening Plenary - CGIAR, AAS and Africa
Opening Plenary - CGIAR, AAS and Africa
Opening Plenary - CGIAR, AAS and Africa
Opening Plenary - CGIAR, AAS and Africa
Opening Plenary - CGIAR, AAS and Africa
Opening Plenary - CGIAR, AAS and Africa
Opening Plenary - CGIAR, AAS and Africa
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Opening Plenary - CGIAR, AAS and Africa

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Presented by Patrick Dugan on the 14th of May in Lusaka, Zambia. This opening plenary presentation set the scene for the workshop, Building Research in Development Alliances to Unlock the Economic …

Presented by Patrick Dugan on the 14th of May in Lusaka, Zambia. This opening plenary presentation set the scene for the workshop, Building Research in Development Alliances to Unlock the Economic Potential of Aquatic Environments in Africa, which ran from the 14th to 16th of may, 2013.

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  • 1. CGIAR, AAS and AfricaLusaka, 14 May 2013
  • 2. A strategic partnership dedicated to advancing science toaddress the central development challenges of our time:• Reducing rural poverty• Improving food security• Improving nutrition and health• Sustainably managing natural resources15 International Agricultural Research Centers, working inclose collaboration with hundreds of partners worldwide.
  • 3. Old New15 Independent Centers 1 ConsortiumDiffuse CGIAR priorities Focus on 15 CGIARResearch Programs (CRPs)Donor funding of Centers Donor funding of CRPsRecognition of impact Focus on impactWeak partnerships Effective partnershipsCGIAR Reform
  • 4. System LevelObjectives• Reduced ruralpoverty• Improved foodsecurity• Improved nutritionand health• Sustainably managednatural resources
  • 5. SLOs CRPs – primary focusReduced rural poverty Agricultural Systems: (Drylands;Humid Tropics; AAS) (1s)Improved food security Commodities (Wheat; Maize; Rice;Roots Tubers and Bananas; Drylandcereals; Grain legumes; Livestock &Fish) (3s)Improved nutrition and health Nutrition and Health (4)Sustainably managed naturalresourcesWater Land and Ecosystems (5)Forests, Trees and Agroforestry (6)Policies, Institutions and Markets (2); Climate Change (7)Strategy & Results Framework
  • 6. SLOs CRPs – primary focusReduced rural poverty Agricultural Systems: (Drylands;Humid Tropics; AAS) (1s)Improved food security Commodities (Wheat; Maize; Rice;Roots Tubers and Bananas; Drylandcereals; Grain legumes; Livestock &Fish) (3s)Improved nutrition and health Nutrition and Health (4)Sustainably managed naturalresourcesWater Land and Ecosystems (5)Forests, Trees and Agroforestry (6)Policies, Institutions and Markets (2); Climate Change (7)Strategy & Results Framework
  • 7. Aquatic AgriculturalSystems
  • 8. Aquatic Agricultural SystemsNOT ABOUT FISH!only
  • 9. Rural povertyMillionsofruralpeopleSouth AsiaSSA
  • 10. Rural poverty and AASCa. 100m peopledependent on AAS66% living inpoverty
  • 11. Intermediate Development OutcomesDirect• Food Security – better access• Nutrition & Health – increased consumption• Income – increased benefit from value chainsEnabling• Productivity – food systems• Gender – empowerment and equity• Capacity to Innovate – improved capacity• Resilience - adaptive capacity (people + systems)• Policies – enabling environment/ institutions• Environment – minimize adverse effects
  • 12. IDO example: Rural poverty“Increased and more equitable income earned by lowincome value chain actors in aquatic agriculturalsystems, with increased share captured by women”Specific AAS targets (within 12 years):•50% increase in income from AAS value chains in 500,000poor households in the Polder Zone of Bangladesh, with 40%of that income earned by women•60% increase in income from AAS value chains in 50,000poor households in the Barotse floodplain of Zambia, with40% of that income earned by women
  • 13. AAS ApproachIDOs
  • 14. MekongMekong The Coral TriangleGBM*GBM*ZambeziZambeziPopulation living on <$1.25/day,per grid cell (resolution : 9 km atthe equator)NigerNigerLakesVictoria-KyogaLakesVictoria-KyogaSource of poverty map: CGIAR SRFDomain Analysis Spatial Team (2009)*GBM: Ganges-Brahmaputra-Megna delta(where learning from CoralTriangle will be scaled out)South Pacific CommunityAfrican InlandAsia mega deltas• High numbers of poor and/orHigh % of total population dependent on AAS• High vulnerability to change (climate/sea level/water)• Potential to scale outGeographical FocusAfrican Coastal
  • 15. Countries and hubs2012 2013 2014 2015 2016Bangladesh Cambodia Myanmar As-Pac (x1) ???Solomons Philippines Africa (x2) Africa (x3) ???Zambia
  • 16. CGIAR, AAS and Africa• Dublin Process – CAADP-CGIAR partnership• Increasing the AAS contribution in Africa• Pursue through partnership• Lusaka meeting – launch of this process• Provide guidance to program focus
  • 17. Thank You

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