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Livestock Livelihoods and Agri-Food System Flagship: Initial ideas for Integrated Core Project

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Presented by Isabelle Baltenweck, ILRI, at the Livestock CRP Priority Countries Planning Meeting, Nairobi, 26–27 March 2019

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Livestock Livelihoods and Agri-Food System Flagship: Initial ideas for Integrated Core Project

  1. 1. Livestock Livelihoods and Agri-Food System Flagship: Initial ideas for Integrated Core Project Isabelle Baltenweck Livestock CRP Priority Countries Planning Meeting 26 – 27 March 2019 Nairobi, Kenya
  2. 2. Cluster 1: Policies, foresight and systems analysis Improved livestock systems modelling tools and datasets; Empirical estimates of the levels and structure of supply and demand for animal-source foods; Impact assessment of various scenarios; Guidance on livestock policy and investment priorities and strategies ; Evidence to inform policies to enhance livestock contribution to livelihoods Cluster 2: Gender and Social Equity Gender-responsive institutional and technical innovations; Gender-transformative approaches developed and their effectiveness assessed; Gender-sensitive indicators and methodologies developed for assessing progress on gender strategic change Cluster 3: Food and nutrition security through Livestock Characterization of diets and related decision making and novel evidence on the role of animal-source foods in enhancing nutrition produced; Impact pathways from production of, and access to, animal-source foods, to improved nutrition; Innovative evidence-based options on cost-effective nutrition- sensitive interventions Cluster 4: Integrated technologies, practices and institutions for improved livestock systems Best bet technologies and management strategies to enhance resilience and resilience; Inclusive and scalable institutional arrangements for enhanced VC performance; Ex-ante and ex- post impact assessment of technologies, practices and institutional arrangements National and international research partners and policymakers use analyses of livestock-sector dynamics, investment and ex-ante impact assessments to guide priority setting, investment and policy development for the livestock sector in priority countries Gender equitable control of assets and resources Improved capacity of women and youth to participate in decision- making Increased access to diverse nutrient rich foods Increased livelihood opportunities Conducive Policy Environment Policy- or decision-makers in priority countries use the evidence on the benefits of including gender equity considerations National and international development partners, government agencies and the private sector invest in and use the most successful approaches to enhancing livestock-mediated nutritional impact, including institutional arrangements and behavioral approaches, in priority countries Livestock communities across priority countries apply tested technologies, management strategies and institutional arrangements, taking the multiple functions of livestock into account Development partners, private sector and government agencies across priority countries apply innovative institutional arrangements to enhance competitiveness and inclusiveness All Livestock CRP – sub-IDOs E1,2,3 E1,2,3 E2 E2,3 E1 A1 A2,3 1,4 4 1,2 3 1,2 All assumptions A6,8 A1 A1 A1 A4,5,6 A1,7,8 A5,7,8,10 Livestock CRP researches use analyses of livestock- sector dynamics, investment and ex-ante impact assessments to guide their priority setting 1E1 A7,8,9,10,11 Research outputs Research & (near) development outcomes Sub-IDOs (Sphere of control) (Sphere of influence) (Sphere of influence →→interest) Reduced market barriers A reminder: LLAFS Theory of Change
  3. 3. Cluster 1: Policies, foresight and systems analysis Improved livestock systems modelling tools and datasets; Empirical estimates of the levels and structure of supply and demand for animal-source foods; Impact assessment of various scenarios; Guidance on livestock policy and investment priorities and strategies ; Evidence to inform policies to enhance livestock contribution to livelihoods Cluster 2: Gender and Social Equity Gender-responsive institutional and technical innovations; Gender-transformative approaches developed and their effectiveness assessed; Gender-sensitive indicators and methodologies developed for assessing progress on gender strategic change Cluster 3: Food and nutrition security through Livestock Characterization of diets and related decision making and novel evidence on the role of animal-source foods in enhancing nutrition produced; Impact pathways from production of, and access to, animal-source foods, to improved nutrition; Innovative evidence-based options on cost-effective nutrition- sensitive interventions Cluster 4: Integrated technologies, practices and institutions for improved livestock systems Best bet technologies and management strategies to enhance resilience and resilience; Inclusive and scalable institutional arrangements for enhanced VC performance; Ex-ante and ex- post impact assessment of technologies, practices and institutional arrangements National and international research partners and policymakers use analyses of livestock-sector dynamics, investment and ex-ante impact assessments to guide priority setting, investment and policy development for the livestock sector in priority countries Gender equitable control of assets and resources Improved capacity of women and youth to participate in decision- making Increased access to diverse nutrient rich foods Increased livelihood opportunities Conducive Policy Environment Policy- or decision-makers in priority countries use the evidence on the benefits of including gender equity considerations National and international development partners, government agencies and the private sector invest in and use the most successful approaches to enhancing livestock-mediated nutritional impact, including institutional arrangements and behavioral approaches, in priority countries Livestock communities across priority countries apply tested technologies, management strategies and institutional arrangements, taking the multiple functions of livestock into account Development partners, private sector and government agencies across priority countries apply innovative institutional arrangements to enhance competitiveness and inclusiveness All Livestock CRP – sub-IDOs E1,2,3 E1,2,3 E2 E2,3 E1 A1 A2,3 1,4 4 1,2 3 1,2 All assumptions A6,8 A1 A1 A1 A4,5,6 A1,7,8 A5,7,8,10 Livestock CRP researches use analyses of livestock- sector dynamics, investment and ex-ante impact assessments to guide their priority setting 1E1 A7,8,9,10,11 Research outputs Research & (near) development outcomes Sub-IDOs (Sphere of control) (Sphere of influence) (Sphere of influence →→interest) Reduced market barriers A reminder: LLAFS Theory of Change Macro level analyses of livestock markets and systems at global and regional scale Fit-for-purpose national and meso-level strategies for livestock investment and policy Packages of gender-responsive institutional and technical innovations Gender-transformative approaches Youth in livestock Menu of approaches for nutrition-sensitive livestock-related interventions Suite of technologies and management strategies for enhanced livelihoods and resilience Menu of organizational and business models for improved livestock value chain performance Integrated technologies, practices and institutions for improved livestock systems (I. Baltenweck) Food and nutrition security through livestock (P. Dominguez-Salas) Gender and social equity (N. de Haan) Policies, foresight and systems analysis (K. Rich)
  4. 4. Policies, foresight and systems analysis • Supporting implementation, adjustments and monitoring of the Livestock master plan: Ethiopia and Tanzania • Follow up on country’ willingness to implement a Livestock master plan: Uganda • Supporting site selection, focusing on beef system in Vietnam • Ex ante system dynamic model, dairy Tanzania, linked to ADGG, to assess impacts of packages of technologies & other innovations, including trade-offs
  5. 5. • Covered in the Gender cross cutting presentation Gender and social equity
  6. 6. • Assessment of seasonality in food and nutrition security as well as accuracy of recall indicators (RhomisNutrition): Uganda and Vietnam Food and nutrition security through livestock
  7. 7. • Implementation of the protocol on testing and evaluating innovations, for cross country, cross innovations comparison/ synthesis- all countries – Design allowing for rigourous comparison – Process and impact indicators Integrated technologies, practices and institutions for improved livestock systems
  8. 8. CGIAR Research Program on Livestock livestock.cgiar.org The CGIAR Research Program on Livestock aims to increase the productivity and profitability of livestock agri-food systems in sustainable ways, making meat, milk and eggs more available and affordable across the developing world. This presentation is licensed for use under the Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International Licence. The program thanks all donors and organizations which globally support its work through their contributions to the CGIAR system

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