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The Napier Grass Diseases Project: Outcomes mapped

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A presentation prepared by Julius Nyangaga for the ASARECA/ILRI Workshop on Mitigating the Impact of Napier Grass Smut and Stunt Diseases, Addis Ababa, June 2-3, 2010.

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The Napier Grass Diseases Project: Outcomes mapped

  1. 1. The Napier Grass Diseases Project Julius Nyangaga, ILRI Outcomes Mapped Presented at the ASARECA/ILRI Workshop on Mitigating the Impact of Napier Grass Smut and Stunt Diseases, Addis Ababa, June 2-3, 2010
  2. 2. Outcomes = … transformation … supported by Project Behavioral, Cultural, Social, Institutional …
  3. 3. Project Output 4 Information on genetic diversity and sources of resistance made available to stakeholders
  4. 4. Outcome Mapping Steps Visioning Indicators: BPs Strategies: info shared Changes mapped
  5. 5. Boundary Partners Farmers Extension, Media Policy, Regulation Researchers
  6. 6. Progress made: Farmers, Farmer Groups Demanding information, resistant materials Adopting mitigation practices Participation in trials
  7. 7. Progress made: Extension agents, Media Dissemination and feedback Monitoring Links to other programs
  8. 8. Progress made: Policy makers, Regulators National prioritization Funding Dissemination
  9. 9. Progress made: Researchers, Demo sites Surveys and trials continue Management information distributed Proposals for more research
  10. 10. Progress made: Project Team … Learning Org. Teamwork, Networking, Collaboration Managing for Outcomes Innovation, Experimentation
  11. 11. Challenges, Outcomes ‘yet-to-be-met’: Institutionalized data collection from farm practices: adoption, bulking, distribution, production Regulatory support More local funding
  12. 12. Significant progress but …many outcomes remain un-mapped
  13. 13. Thank You

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