Nile Project 2<br />Title: On integrated rainwater management strategies – technologies, institutions and policies<br />Pr...
Integrated Rainwater Management Strategies:<br />Technologies, Institutions and Policies<br />(NL 2)<br />“Improve rural l...
Issues being addressed<br />
Study sites<br />
Outcome Logic Model – what is it?<br />CPWF projects use a project implementation tool called the Outcome Logic Model<br /...
Changes<br />
How will these changes happen?<br />Diagnosis of current status of planning/ implementation and local innovation capacity ...
Change 4 – currently vague<br />Activities<br />
Steps that are required (in my view)<br />Characterize sites – LULCC, current land management practices (crops, livestock,...
Progress so far from ILRI<br />Established plan for baseline survey for planning, implementation, innovation aspects – wor...
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Presented by Alan Duncan at the NBDC 'Nile 2' Update meeting, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, 8 December 2010

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    1. 1. Nile Project 2<br />Title: On integrated rainwater management strategies – technologies, institutions and policies<br />Presented by Alan Duncan at the NBDC 'Nile 2' Update meeting, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, 8 December 2010<br />1<br />
    2. 2. Integrated Rainwater Management Strategies:<br />Technologies, Institutions and Policies<br />(NL 2)<br />“Improve rural livelihoods and their resilience through <br />a landscape approach to rainwater management”<br />
    3. 3. Issues being addressed<br />
    4. 4. Study sites<br />
    5. 5. Outcome Logic Model – what is it?<br />CPWF projects use a project implementation tool called the Outcome Logic Model<br />All project activities are designed to bring about changes in knowledge, attitudes and skills of key actors leading to a series of desired outcomes<br />The project is therefore framed around a series of “Changes”.<br />5<br />
    6. 6. Changes<br />
    7. 7. How will these changes happen?<br />Diagnosis of current status of planning/ implementation and local innovation capacity surrounding Rainwater Management Strategies (RMS)<br />Identification of promising interventions that lead to enhanced rainwater management and hence improved livelihoods and environmental resilience<br />Establishment or strengthening of “Learning and Practice Alliances” at local level for knowledge exchange and joint action<br />Using LPAs to foster and accelerate innovation related to RMS.<br />7<br />
    8. 8. Change 4 – currently vague<br />Activities<br />
    9. 9. Steps that are required (in my view)<br />Characterize sites – LULCC, current land management practices (crops, livestock, trees)<br />Develop inventory of potential interventions<br />Develop frameworks for assessing impacts of interventions on livelihoods, environment and system water productivity<br />Test interventions using frameworks – scenario testing, modelling<br />Identify agro-ecological and social niches for promising interventions<br />Feed knowledge into LPA’s for potential testing on the ground<br />
    10. 10. Progress so far from ILRI<br />Established plan for baseline survey for planning, implementation, innovation aspects – workshop, research protocol, potential partners identified (Alan, Eva, Josie, Kebebe, Alemayehu)<br />Some preliminary identification of livestock related interventions (Amare/Don)<br />10<br />

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