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Livestock research for food security and poverty reduction: ILRI strategy 2013–2022

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Introducing ILRI strategy covering 2013-2022, April 2013

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Livestock research for food security and poverty reduction: ILRI strategy 2013–2022

  1. 1. Livestock research for food securityand poverty reductionILRI strategy 2013 – 2022‘better lives through livestock’
  2. 2. Journey …
  3. 3. Mission(Purpose)WHY ILRI existsWHAT ILRI doesHOW the strategy isoperationalizedStrategic objectives(informed by strategic issues– external and internalenvironment))Critical success factorsperformance areasoverlappingdo NOT map to structureKey elements
  4. 4. Mission and visionILRI envisions a world where all people haveaccess to enough food and livelihood options tofulfill their potential.ILRI’s mission is to improve food and nutritionalsecurity and to reduce poverty in developingcountries through research for efficient, safe andsustainable use of livestock—ensuring betterlives through livestock.
  5. 5. Strategic issues thatinformStrategicobjectivesFood securitychallengeNeed todeliver atscaleRole ofwomenDiversity ofchallengesandopportunitiesfor the poorAddresshumanhealth andenvironmental issuesSignificantnew scienceDisproportionately lowlivestockfundingNeed forgreatercapacityILRI – fit forpurpose
  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; humanhealth• Clientele: Beyond livestockproducers; partners; capacitydevelopment
  7. 7. Growth scenarios for livestock systems• ‘Strong growth’– Where good market access andincreasing productivity provideopportunities for continuedsmallholder participation.• ‘Fragile growth’– Where remoteness, marginal landresources or agroclimaticvulnerability restrict intensification.• ‘High growth with externalities’– Fast changing livestock systemspotentially damaging theenvironment and human health• Different research and developmentchallenges 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 makea big difference in enough people’s livesthrough improved practice.• To influence decision-makers so that they willincrease investment in livestock systems.• To ensure there is sufficient capacity indeveloping countries and among investors touse increased investment effectively andefficiently.
  9. 9. Strategic objective 1ILRI and its partners willdevelop, test, adapt andpromote science-basedpractices that—beingsustainable and scalable—achieve better livesthrough livestock.
  10. 10. Strategic objective 2ILRI and its partners will providecompelling scientific evidence inways that persuade decision-makers—from farms toboardrooms and parliaments—that smarter policies and biggerlivestock investments can deliversignificant socio-economic, healthand environmental dividends toboth poor nations andhouseholds.
  11. 11. Strategic objective 3ILRI and its partners willwork to increase capacityamongst ILRI’s keystakeholders and theinstitute itself so that theycan make better use oflivestock science andinvestments for betterlives through livestock.
  12. 12. ILRI strategy and the CGIAR ConsortiumCGIAR consortiumILRIstrategyGlobal livestockissues
  13. 13. ILRI and CGIAR research programsDryland CerealsGrain LegumesLivestock and FishMaizeRiceRoots, Tubers and BananasWheatClimate Change, Agriculture and Food SecurityForests, Trees and AgroforestryWater, Land and EcosystemsHumidtropicsAquatic Agricultural SystemsDryland SystemsPolicies, Institutions, and MarketsAgriculture for Nutrition and HealthGenebanks
  14. 14. Critical success factorsTogether with partnership, five areas where ILRIneeds to excel to be able to deliver the strategyare the critical success factors.For each, an operational plan sets out objectives,targets and measurable indicators and is thebasis for regular monitoring, priority-setting andassessment 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 livestockilri.org

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