Day 1_Session 3_TRIPS_WASDS_Fergus Sinclair

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Day 1_Session 3_TRIPS_WASDS_Fergus Sinclair - A presentation setting out the development of joint work in Burkina Faso across three CGIAR Research Programs: WLE, FTA, and CCAFS

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  • The slide below was developed and presented to donors at the Phase 2 meeting (20 June) in Montpellier as an example of WLW, FTA and CCAFS efforts to manage the interface between the programs, as well as leverage respective program contributions to IDOs.
  • Day 1_Session 3_TRIPS_WASDS_Fergus Sinclair

    1. 1. Bonn – the Background • June 6-7 meeting of WLE, FTA and CCAFS in Bonn discussed areas of cross-CRP synergy (both issue and place-based). • Burkina Faso was chosen as a good location to develop and elaborate joint work as all three CRPs have major new research programs there, and there is potential to link to Dryland Systems. • Agreed to proceed with a scoping of shared objectives, entry points and impact pathways in Burkina Faso.
    2. 2. Montpellier - NRM
    3. 3. Montpellier Objectives Build a shared understanding of : • Boundaries and overlaps • Partner networks • Entry points and breadth of activities • Site locations and scales of intervention • Impact pathways Aim to develop: • Common or aligned theory of change • Common/aggregate indicators • Leveraged targets and outcome strategies • Harmonized planning, monitoring and learning efforts
    4. 4. Burkina Faso Timeline Phase 1: August - October 2013 Key players already on location Meet with CRP representatives, leaders of major CRP projects, and main national and local partners to develop shared understanding of issues & approaches Engage Dr. Paul Duignan (outcomes theory and DoView) to facilitate the development of a first draft theory of change and impact pathways Phase 2: November 2013 – March 2014 Following review of draft theory of change and impact pathways by CRP representatives, leaders of major CRP projects, and main national and local partners: Assess need for outcome mapping (Terry Smutylo) to identify boundary partners and progress markers (micro-scale indicators) Develop common/aggregate indicators & leveraged targets Develop harmonized planning, monitoring and learning strategy Develop implementation plan Phase 3: December 2014-December 2016 Periodic review of the strategy (does it address the objectives?) does it work, what improvements needed etc. Annual review of implementation Lessons applied in other countries

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