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Mani team strategy_final

  1. 1. Strategy? Uh oh!
  2. 2. Strategy? Uh oh!
  3. 3. So, why are we gathered here? • • • • Considered reflection on and baselining of what we've achieved Forge a common understanding of our future goals Operationalize our goals and define how we will achieve them Reach an agreement on immediate next steps Enjoy some face time and one on one interaction
  4. 4. Who is CIAT Asia*? Agrobiodiversity Tropical Forages Cassava HQ Micheal Peters Regional Director Rod Lefroy (VN) HQ Clair Hershey Regional Management DAPA Adrian Bolliger (LPDR) Tin Maung Aye (VN) Tassilo Tiemann (LPDR) Kris Wyckhuys (VN) Keith Fahrney (VN) Lao Thao3 (LPDR) Giang Tuan Linh (VN) Sok Sophearith3 (CDA) Jonathan Newby1 (VN) Ou Wenjun2 (CN) *Draft. Not for circulation Communications Program Coordinator Research and Liaison Administration and HR Finance Georgina Smith (VN) Aparna Mani (VN) Cu Thi Le Thuy3 (VN) Vingkhong Syvankham3 (LPDR) Chantana Douangsavanh3 (LPDR) Hoang Thu Thao3 (VN) Chintana Chanhdeng3 (LPDR) Doan Thi Minh Hanh3 (VN)
  5. 5. What is our approach? • • • Set the Context: Overview of agricultural and rural development trends, challenges and perceived needs of the region Understand the Baseline: Examining CIAT Asia's achievements so far The Thought Process: – Establish goals and targets for research impact and resource mobilization (quantitative and qualitative) – Map needs of the region to CIAT's research for development expertise – Prioritize countries and research areas – Discuss current concept notes and proposals and generate ideas for new concept notes – Match concept note ideas to calls, donors and partners – Identify resource requirements (funding, partnerships, skills development, personnel, monitoring mechanisms) – Define metrics and processes for monitoring and evaluation – Establish timelines • • Solicit Feedback: Discuss with key donors/partners The Next Steps: – Develop an overall execution and management plan – Develop a strategy document for communications (?)
  6. 6. How do we establish goals and targets? “Would you tell me, please, which way I ought to go from here?"
"That depends a good deal on where you want to get to.”
― Lewis Carroll, Alice in Wonderland • • • Metrics based on socio-economic indicators (AND/OR) – Poverty Index – Hunger Index Metrics based on agro-development indicators (AND/OR) – Improvement in yield – Improvement in livelihood of small holder farmers Share of – Donors’ fund portfolio - $126B? – CG’s fund portfolio - $1B? – CIAT’s fund portfolio - $120M?
  7. 7. Projects in Asia December 2013 • Total CIAT budget (across 2009-2015): $6.3M • What is our goal for the next 6 years?
  8. 8. CGIAR Fund Status as of September 30, 2013 US$ million Window 1 Window 2 Window 3 Provisional Total Carryover balance 67.8 35.8 51.5 25.5 180.6 2013 Receipts1 138.8 73.2 113.1 3.9 329.0 6.3 9.4 5.0 (18.5) 2.2 212.9 118.4 169.6 10.9 511.8 (110.7) (114.1) (157.3) Fund Balance 102.2 4.3 12.3 10.9 2013 Contributions in process 56 .8 66 .0 188 .6 311.4 Transfers from PA / Collection of CSP Total Inflows 2013 Disbursements2 1 2 (382.1) 129.7 Includes $8.5 million of 2012 contributions received in 2013 Includes commitments for system costs of $0.32 million Contributions to the CGIAR Fund in 2013 Received and confirmed, as of September 30 (in US$ million) United Kingdom USA World Bank Netherlands* Canada BMGF Australia Norway Japan Switzerland** Belgium* 81.2 52.1 50.0 47.9 34.2 31.7 24.0 21.2 20.2 15.5 9.6 Denmark* Ireland India Finland European Commission China Russia* New Zealand France Italy Mexico 6.2 5.6 5.3 3.9 3.6 3.0 2.2 1.9 1.5 1.0 1.0 Luxembourg* South Africa Turkey IFAD IDRC* Korea Nigeria Spain Bangladesh Thailand Portugal * Multi-year agreements for window 1 & 2 in place (signed) ** Multi-year agreements for window 1 & 2 are in process 0.7 0.5 0.5 0.5 0.5 0.3 0.2 0.2 0.1 0.1 0.05
  9. 9. 2011 2012 YTY Change Official Development Assistance (ODA) (A + B) 134,607 126,881 -6% A. Bilateral Official Development Assistance 94,433 88,550 -6% B. Contributions to Multilateral Institutions 40,174 38,331 -5% Distribution of ODA by DAC Countries in 2012 USD million 35,000 30,687 30,000 25,000 20,000 15,000 13,892 12,939 12,028 10,605 10,000 5,403 5,523 5,650 4,753 5,240 United States United Kingdom Germany France Japan Canada Netherlands Australia Portugal Sweden New Zealand Norway Poland Switzerland Luxembourg Italy Greece Denmark 581 Belgium 449 Spain 421 Korea 399 Finland 327 Austria 220 3,045 2,315 2,693 2,737 1,597 2,037 1,320 808 1,106 Ireland 80 Czech Republic Iceland 0 26 Slovak Republic 5,000 Source: Data as of 23 December 2013 on http://www.oecd.org/development/stats/statisticsonresourceflowstodevelopingcountries.htm
  10. 10. ODA from DAC Countries to Multilateral Organizations in 2012 18.54% 22.79% 10.24% 31.13% 17.31% World Bank Group includes IDA Regional Development Banks include African Dev. Bank and Asian Dev. Bank United Nations Agencies include IFAD, UNDP, WFP, UNICEF, UNHCR EU include EDF Other Multilateral include IMFb, GAVI and Global Fund Source: Data as of 23 December 2013 on http://www.oecd.org/development/stats/statisticsonresourceflowstodevelopingcountries.htm
  11. 11. Sector Distribution of Bilateral Funds in 2012 Social and administrative infrastructure Economic infrastructure 24.6% 40.4 % Agriculture Industry and other production 8.3% Commodity aid and programme assistance 3.2% 2.3% Humanitarian aid 5.2 % 16.0 % Other $4B towards Agriculture Source: Data as of 23 December 2013 on http://www.oecd.org/development/stats/statisticsonresourceflowstodevelopingcountries.htm
  12. 12. Regional Distribution of total ODA by DAC Donors in 2012 3.7% Regional Distribution of ODA by UN Agencies in 2012 3.0% 9.9% 11.0% 39.2% 15.8% 4.5% 22.9% 45.3% 8.9% 15.5% 20.4% $6B towards South and Central Asia Sub-Saharan Africa Middle East and North Africa South and Central Asia Europe Other Asia and Oceania Latin America and Caribbean Source: Data as of 23 December 2013 on http://www.oecd.org/development/stats/statisticsonresourceflowstodevelopingcountries.htm
  13. 13. Regional Distribution of ODA by Individual DAC Donors 2012 Source: Data as of 23 December 2013 on
  14. 14. Major Recipients of DAC Members' Aid 2012
  15. 15. What do we focus on? Macro and Micro Context • High birth rates • Under nourishment • Aging population and mechanization • Rising energy prices Research Priorities • Globalization • Big Science • Balancing porduct delivery with future needs • Donor needs: metrics and urgency 3 Development Issues • Livelihood improvement • Land degradation • Climate Change And a fund goal of $12M (???)

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