Humidtropics and participatory agricultural
research
Alan Duncan
International Livestock Research Institute, Ethiopia

Exp...
What is CGIAR and how is it changing?
• A consortium of 15 international agricultural
research centres
• Global mandate to...
The New CGIAR
• Integration
• Impact at scale
• Outcomes

Policy processes/decision
maker

Community/Landscape/
Market

Co...
How the CRPs connect
Humidtropics
New opportunities for improved
livelihoods in a sustainable
environment
The humid tropics

3 billion hectares of land
2.9 billion people
High proportion of poor smallholder farmers
High potential
High risk
ecological / human potential

GAP
productivity / livelihood standards
ecological / human potential

productivity / livelihood standards
Unlocking the potential
- Humidtropics as key

Integrated systems approach…
People
Partnerships
Production systems
Innovat...
System innovation trajectories
Systems Innovations

Geels, 2004
Action Areas
Action Areas
•
•
•

•

Representative and capture diversity
Urgent need for large-scale impacts
Advance earli...
Collaborations and partnerships
 CGIAR Centres
 IITA, ICRAF, ILRI, CIAT, Bioversity, CIP, IWMI

 Non-CGIAR partners
 A...
PARADE – what does it offer
Humidtropics?
The New CGIAR
• Integration
• Impact at scale
• Outcomes

Policy processes/decision
maker

Community/Landscape/
Market

Co...
The New CGIAR
• Integration
• Impact at scale
• Outcomes

Policy processes/decision
maker

Community/Landscape/
Market

Co...
Policy processes/decision
maker

Community/Landscape/
Market

The New CGIAR
• Integration
• Impact at scale
• Outcomes

Co...
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Presented by Alan Duncan at the Expert meeting on participatory agricultural research: Approaches, design and evaluation, Oxford, 9-13 December 2013

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Humidtropics and participatory agricultural research

  1. 1. Humidtropics and participatory agricultural research Alan Duncan International Livestock Research Institute, Ethiopia Expert meeting on participatory agricultural research: Approaches, design and evaluation, Oxford, 9-13 December 2013
  2. 2. What is CGIAR and how is it changing? • A consortium of 15 international agricultural research centres • Global mandate to carry out research for development • Undergoing reform process starting 2010 • 15 CGIAR Research Programmes each of which involve multiple centres
  3. 3. The New CGIAR • Integration • Impact at scale • Outcomes Policy processes/decision maker Community/Landscape/ Market Community/Landscape/ Market The Old CGIAR • Technologies • Silos • Basic science Farm Farm Farm Farm Farm Farm
  4. 4. How the CRPs connect
  5. 5. Humidtropics New opportunities for improved livelihoods in a sustainable environment
  6. 6. The humid tropics 3 billion hectares of land 2.9 billion people High proportion of poor smallholder farmers
  7. 7. High potential
  8. 8. High risk
  9. 9. ecological / human potential GAP productivity / livelihood standards
  10. 10. ecological / human potential productivity / livelihood standards
  11. 11. Unlocking the potential - Humidtropics as key Integrated systems approach… People Partnerships Production systems Innovation Policies Markets Crops & livestock Livelihoods Food system Institutions…
  12. 12. System innovation trajectories
  13. 13. Systems Innovations Geels, 2004
  14. 14. Action Areas Action Areas • • • • Representative and capture diversity Urgent need for large-scale impacts Advance earlier investments/projects • CIALCA, SSA-CP, Africa Rising, STCP… Build on existing and potential partnerships 1: 2012 2: 2017 3: 2020
  15. 15. Collaborations and partnerships  CGIAR Centres  IITA, ICRAF, ILRI, CIAT, Bioversity, CIP, IWMI  Non-CGIAR partners  AVRDC, Wageningen University, icipe, FARA  Advanced Research Institutes  CIRAD, CSIRO, SLU  National research institutions  Development organizations  Farmer organizations Funding from W1&2: 65% to CGIAR partners, 35% to non-CGIAR partners
  16. 16. PARADE – what does it offer Humidtropics?
  17. 17. The New CGIAR • Integration • Impact at scale • Outcomes Policy processes/decision maker Community/Landscape/ Market Community/Landscape/ Market The Old CGIAR • Technologies • Silos • Basic science Farm Farm Farm Farm Farm Farm
  18. 18. The New CGIAR • Integration • Impact at scale • Outcomes Policy processes/decision maker Community/Landscape/ Market Community/Landscape/ Market The Old CGIAR • Technologies • Silos • Basic science Farm Farm Farm Farm Farm Farm
  19. 19. Policy processes/decision maker Community/Landscape/ Market The New CGIAR • Integration • Impact at scale • Outcomes Community/Landscape/ Market New participatory tools and approaches to help us: • Integrate across system components at community/landscape scales • Develop integrated interventions that are demand driven and balance the need to intensify with the need to protect the environment • Connect to decision makers to achieve impact at scale

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