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Cross-cutting IDOs: Gender
What to consider in MAIZE AFS 2017 Workplan
Development?
Lone Badstue & Amare Tegbaru
Nairobi, ...
Cross-cutting Issue: Gender and Youth
CGIAR research priorities
1. Genetic improvement
2. Systems approach
3. Gender and i...
Inception, Phase II
• Forward movement, but still very
limited uptake overall
• Variabillity
– Across projects and FPs
– W...
Surveys sex-disaggregated
Demonstrations sex-
disaggregated
CRP 2014 2015 2014 2015
Maize 30 26
2,474 1,091
Wheat 3 8
532 ...
Distribution of core staff resources
Project Program Vongai Rahma Kristie Marion Lone
STMA GMP 70%
DTMAS GMP 20%
MIST GMP ...
Approach re: Indicators
• Projects are the core entities
through which outputs are
achieved.
• Basic modality for gatherin...
Monitoring
Projects are the modality and the core entities through which
MAIZE’s outputs are achieved. Project monitoring ...
Indicators
• Gender in MAIZE
– % projects in portfolio that are gender sensitive
– % projects in portfolio that promote ge...
What to consider for 2017 workplan?
• Recap on the SRF expectations and consider what the
Phase II proposal says about gen...
Conclusions
• Necessary to step up the
integration of gender at FP
and project levels (across
entire project cycle).
• Cha...
www.MAIZE.org
Thank you!
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Cross-cutting IDOs: Gender

  1. 1. Cross-cutting IDOs: Gender What to consider in MAIZE AFS 2017 Workplan Development? Lone Badstue & Amare Tegbaru Nairobi, Jan 2017
  2. 2. Cross-cutting Issue: Gender and Youth CGIAR research priorities 1. Genetic improvement 2. Systems approach 3. Gender and inclusive growth 4. Enabling policies and institutions 5. Nat.res. and eco-system services 6. Nutrition and health 7. Climates smart agriculture 8. Nurturing diversity “Research conducted by CGIAR and its partners must be gender sensitive and promote gender equity” (p.22) CGIAR SRF 2016-2030 Technologies that reduce women’s labor and energy expenditure developed and disseminated Gender equitable control of productive assets and resources Improved capacity of women and young people to participate in decision-making
  3. 3. Inception, Phase II • Forward movement, but still very limited uptake overall • Variabillity – Across projects and FPs – Within projects and FPs • Challenges – Limited awareness – Not seen as shared responsibility – Fragmentation – Communication – Accountability 3 Recognize & address gender realities Aim to transform gender relations Ignore gender realities
  4. 4. Surveys sex-disaggregated Demonstrations sex- disaggregated CRP 2014 2015 2014 2015 Maize 30 26 2,474 1,091 Wheat 3 8 532 1,936 Maize & Wheat/CIMMYT 5 7 - - CCAFFs or Other 1 5 364 617 Total sex- disaggregated 39 46 3,370 3,644 Total by year 92 103 28,048 27,242 Sex-disaggregated data collection *Source: CIMMYT KPI system
  5. 5. Distribution of core staff resources Project Program Vongai Rahma Kristie Marion Lone STMA GMP 70% DTMAS GMP 20% MIST GMP 10% SIMLESA SEP 100% BMZ SEP 100% 10% BMGF Gennovate SEP 50% WHEAT W1&2 SEP (50% NRS Salary) 20% MAIZE W1&2 SEP (50% NRS Salary) 20% CIM SEP Diff. to IRS Total FTE 100% 100% 100% 100% 100% IITA: Amare (50%) and Gaya (100%) Bilat. Projects under MAIZE: SAARD, TAAT, STMA, BMGF Gennovate
  6. 6. Approach re: Indicators • Projects are the core entities through which outputs are achieved. • Basic modality for gathering data • Mapping projects to FPs is needed for aggregation • FPs offer context for strategic learning and reflection • Relevant arena for thinking strategically about outcomes monitoring Outcome Assumptions Change observed Impact attributed to SI OutcomeMonitoringImpactAssessmentProjectManagementSystem outcomes Advanced outcomes Scaling up / out Preliminary Activities - Workplans (Staff, project, partners) Research outputs Inputs Finance, human resources, partnerships Activities - Workplans (Staff, project, partners) Research outputs Inputs Finance, human resources, partnerships Activities - Workplans (Staff, project, partners) Research outputs Inputs Finance, human resources, partnerships Activities - Workplans (Staff, project, partners) Research outputs Inputs Finance, human resources, partnerships Activities - Workplans (Staff, project, partners) Research outputs Inputs Finance, human resources, partnerships Activities - Workplans (Staff, project, partners) Research outputs Inputs Finance, human resources, partnerships Activities - Workplans (Staff, project, partners) Research outputs Inputs Finance, human resources, partnerships
  7. 7. Monitoring Projects are the modality and the core entities through which MAIZE’s outputs are achieved. Project monitoring and reporting system: basic modality for gathering data Ability to aggregate information is key. Mapping projects to FPs is needed for aggregation Costs and demands on staff time must be considered • FPs offer context for strategic learning and reflection
  8. 8. Indicators • Gender in MAIZE – % projects in portfolio that are gender sensitive – % projects in portfolio that promote gender equity – KPIs – Capacity development (Inst. & ind) • SLO, IDO and sub-IDO levels: – Requires additional effort due to nature of the targets, level of complexity and challenge of attribution
  9. 9. What to consider for 2017 workplan? • Recap on the SRF expectations and consider what the Phase II proposal says about gender in your FP • Use the resources available: – Gender in project design tool – PMU project cycle guidelines – Sign up for Gender Training Roll-out 2017 • Consult with gender colleagues; - and involve them in project design from the beginning • Budget appropriately for gender • Include gender in the design and monitoring of sub- grants • Keep the Gender Unit informed Put gender on the agenda at FP and program meetings
  10. 10. Conclusions • Necessary to step up the integration of gender at FP and project levels (across entire project cycle). • Change will be minimal, unless resourcing for gender in FPs and bilateral projects increase. • Maximize use of existing resources and lessons for efficient use of limited resources CGIAR SRF 2016-2030 Technologies that reduce women’s labor and energy expenditure developed and disseminated Gender equitable control of productive assets and resources Improved capacity of women and young people to participate in decision-making
  11. 11. www.MAIZE.org Thank you!

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