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Livestock research for food security
and poverty reduction
ILRI strategy 2013 – 2022
‘better lives through livestock’
Journey …
Mission
(Purpose)
WHY ILRI exists
WHAT ILRI does
HOW the strategy is
operationalized
Strategic objectives
(informed by str...
Mission and vision
ILRI envisions a world where all people have
access to enough food and livelihood options to
fulfill th...
Strategic issues that
inform
Strategic
objectives
Food security
challenge
Need to
deliver at
scale
Role of
women
Diversity...
What’s new?
• Long term strategy
• Outcomes and impacts
(accountable; attribution;
alignment)
• Diversity: trajectories; s...
Growth scenarios for livestock systems
• ‘Strong growth’
– Where good market access and
increasing productivity provide
op...
ILRI acts in three (mutually reinforcing) areas
• To prove that better use of livestock can make
a big difference in enoug...
Strategic objective 1
ILRI and its partners will
develop, test, adapt and
promote science-based
practices that—being
susta...
Strategic objective 2
ILRI and its partners will provide
compelling scientific evidence in
ways that persuade decision-
ma...
Strategic objective 3
ILRI and its partners will
work to increase capacity
amongst ILRI’s key
stakeholders and the
institu...
ILRI strategy and the CGIAR Consortium
CGIAR consortium
ILRI
strategy
Global livestock
issues
ILRI and CGIAR research programs
Dryland Cereals
Grain Legumes
Livestock and Fish
Maize
Rice
Roots, Tubers and Bananas
Whe...
Critical success factors
Together with partnership, five areas where ILRI
needs to excel to be able to deliver the strateg...
The critical success factors
The presentation has a Creative Commons licence. You are free to re-use or distribute this work, provided credit is given ...
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Livestock research for food security and poverty reduction: ILRI strategy 2013–2022

  1. 1. Livestock research for food security and poverty reduction ILRI strategy 2013 – 2022 ‘better lives through livestock’
  2. 2. Journey …
  3. 3. Mission (Purpose) WHY ILRI exists WHAT ILRI does HOW the strategy is operationalized Strategic objectives (informed by strategic issues – external and internal environment)) Critical success factors performance areas overlapping do NOT map to structure Key elements
  4. 4. Mission and vision ILRI envisions a world where all people have access to enough food and livelihood options to fulfill their potential. ILRI’s mission is to improve food and nutritional security and to reduce poverty in developing countries through research for efficient, safe and sustainable use of livestock—ensuring better lives through livestock.
  5. 5. Strategic issues that inform Strategic objectives Food security challenge Need to deliver at scale Role of women Diversity of challenges and opportunities for the poor Address human health and environment al issues Significant new science Disproportio nately low livestock funding Need for greater capacity ILRI – fit for purpose
  6. 6. What’s new? • Long term strategy • Outcomes and impacts (accountable; attribution; alignment) • Diversity: trajectories; species; ILRI strengths; partners • Livestock ‘goods’ and ‘bads’ • Mainstreaming gender; human health • Clientele: Beyond livestock producers; partners; capacity development
  7. 7. Growth scenarios for livestock systems • ‘Strong growth’ – Where good market access and increasing productivity provide opportunities for continued smallholder participation. • ‘Fragile growth’ – Where remoteness, marginal land resources or agroclimatic vulnerability restrict intensification. • ‘High growth with externalities’ – Fast changing livestock systems potentially damaging the environment and human health • Different research and development challenges for poverty, food security, health and nutrition, environment
  8. 8. ILRI acts in three (mutually reinforcing) areas • To prove that better use of livestock can make a big difference in enough people’s lives through improved practice. • To influence decision-makers so that they will increase investment in livestock systems. • To ensure there is sufficient capacity in developing countries and among investors to use increased investment effectively and efficiently.
  9. 9. Strategic objective 1 ILRI and its partners will develop, test, adapt and promote science-based practices that—being sustainable and scalable— achieve better lives through livestock.
  10. 10. Strategic objective 2 ILRI and its partners will provide compelling scientific evidence in ways that persuade decision- makers—from farms to boardrooms and parliaments— that smarter policies and bigger livestock investments can deliver significant socio-economic, health and environmental dividends to both poor nations and households.
  11. 11. Strategic objective 3 ILRI and its partners will work to increase capacity amongst ILRI’s key stakeholders and the institute itself so that they can make better use of livestock science and investments for better lives through livestock.
  12. 12. ILRI strategy and the CGIAR Consortium CGIAR consortium ILRI strategy Global livestock issues
  13. 13. ILRI and CGIAR research programs Dryland Cereals Grain Legumes Livestock and Fish Maize Rice Roots, Tubers and Bananas Wheat Climate Change, Agriculture and Food Security Forests, Trees and Agroforestry Water, Land and Ecosystems Humidtropics Aquatic Agricultural Systems Dryland Systems Policies, Institutions, and Markets Agriculture for Nutrition and Health Genebanks
  14. 14. Critical success factors Together with partnership, five areas where ILRI needs to excel to be able to deliver the strategy are the critical success factors. For each, an operational plan sets out objectives, targets and measurable indicators and is the basis for regular monitoring, priority-setting and assessment of outcomes.
  15. 15. The critical success factors
  16. 16. The presentation has a Creative Commons licence. You are free to re-use or distribute this work, provided credit is given to ILRI. better lives through livestock ilri.org
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