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Day 2_TRIPS_WASDS_Work Plan_Kano-Katsina-Maradi


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Day 2_TRIPS_WASDS_Work Plan_Kano-Katsina-Maradi - This presentation outlines the work plan for the Kano-Katsina-Maradi action site

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Day 2_TRIPS_WASDS_Work Plan_Kano-Katsina-Maradi

  1. 1. Work plans development Kano-Katsina-Maradi action site – Day 2
  2. 2. Process • Putting different activities under relevant IDOs • Prioritizing outputs for different activities under the IDOs using the activity plan template • Identifying gaps • Ranking the ten activities
  3. 3. IDOs and activities WAS&DS # Activity cluster title IDOs Ranking 1. Establish reference situation / baselines for the action sites 1,2,3,4,5,6,7 1 2. Assess and monitor biomass and resource flow for the actions sites 1,4 5 3. Review past work on dryland systems in the region and draw lessons on successes, failures and gaps in knowledge for sustainable intensification and vulnerability 1,3,4,5,7 3 4. Facilitate effective linkages and knowledge exchange among different actors for improved system productivity and better market access 3,5,6,7 2 5. Quantify resource use and associated tradeoffs to optimize community level-level decision making to promote sustainable intensification and vulnerability reduction 4,7 9 6. Promote local and regional knowledge generation and exchange for scaling up and out of promising intensification options and strategies 1,3,6,7 8 7. Coordinate and harmonize database management and research methods 1,2,3,4,5,6,7 10 8. Induce intensification and improve resource use efficiency through on-farm testing and evaluation of technologies 1,4 4 9. Review, analyze, develop and test community-based strategies for resource management including land tenure, seed systems, conflict management 5,6,7 7 10. Develop and test value adding strategies for post-harvest management, processing and use of agricultural produce and by- products 1,3 6
  4. 4. Gaps • Policy analysis especially in Activity #6 promoting local and regional knowledge generation and exchange for scaling up and out • Processing of other agricultural products and not just forest products (Activity 10) • Ensure modeling includes socio-economic and institutional issues in addition to biophysical (Activity 5) • Effects of infrastructural development (e.g. roads) on livelihoods of the rural poor in dryland areas • Nutrition (both quantity and quality) of the vulnerable groups (Activity 10)