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5 Robinburuchara Pabra

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5 Robinburuchara Pabra

  1. 1. •  Introduction •  PABRA Partnerships (What and How) •  Collaboration between TLII- PABRA –  Seed Systems Example
  2. 2. Uganda - Sudan Central Africa Republic Tanzania (North) Congo Brazzaville DRC - W, North& East. Cameroun - Togo Kenya - Rwanda Burkina Faso Burundi - E thiopia Guinea Country Angola - Lesotho Madagascar Senegal Malawi - Mozambique Swaziland - South Africa Tanzania-South - Zambia Zimbabwe - DR Congo-South
  3. 3. Shared Breeding Responsibilities: CIAT-HQ, CIAT-Africa & NARS Malawi & Tanzania & Uganda Red Dark Red Zimbabwe Mottled Kidney Rwanda Tanzania & Climbing Small Red Ethiopia Beans CIAT –Africa Regional Programs Snap Beans (French) Kenya CIAT Others HQ South Africa & Large Madagascar Sugar, White D R Congo & Tan & Yellow South Africa Pintos, Small South Africa White Carioca s & Ethiopia Kenya
  4. 4. 1. Structure of the networks…Primary and secondary partners (National Level) Existing strong linkages between NBP, NGOs and Department of Extension at District Level (Dark Blue Circles)
  5. 5. OLD AND NEW PABRA’s PHASES
  6. 6. Outputs  Outcomes  Impact  Gene$c  improvement  Increased  ISFM & IPDM  u$liza$on of  bean based  technologies  Improved Nutri$on,  Wider Impact  Food Security,  Income and  Community  Community skills  Enhanced  Empowerment for  and knowledge   capacity of  Poverty Allevia$on,  communi$es   and in a Sustainable  Manner  Gender and  equity   Partner skills and  Strengthening  knowledge  ins$tu$on and  organiza$on  Ins$tu$onal  capacity (network)  capacity  
  7. 7. PABRA Planning of new Framework
  8. 8. Resilience – Improved varieties Resilience Non varietal Access and utilization of micronutrient-rich bean varieties and products Opportunities of new and expanding markets Reaching end users Knowledge sharing and use, policy, M&E Gender Equality
  9. 9. Partnerships with TL-II TL-I
  10. 10. MAPPING COMPLEMENTARY PROJECTS/PRGMS IN PABRA DONORS AND DEVELOPMENT PARTNERS Outcome KT AGRA BMGF NUTRIBE HP MKF MSI CRSP ASARE BMZ NGO’s GOV AN CA Ts Resilience 4 5 5 3 1 1 2 √ varieties Res Non- var 1 1 √ Nutrition 3 2 1 √ √ Markets √ 1 √ √ REU 5 5 2 3 √ √ Capacity 4 2 4 3 3 √ √ Gender √ √ √ √ √ √ √ Figures indicate number of countries
  11. 11. Mutual Benefits of Collaboration
  12. 12. Mutual Benefits of Collaboration
  13. 13. PABRA serves as integrating Umbrella Examples of Current Seed System-related projects • TLII (Kenya + Ethiopia) • McKnight (Malawi, Moz., S. Tanzania) • (HP+- DRC and Rwanda) • AGRA ( a number of PABRA country members) nber • PABRA-funded directly – Uganda – DRC – Zambia
  14. 14. Seed Systems Trends in PABRA 2003-2008 •  Programmatic and impact oriented seed systems •  Target 2.5 million households but reach 7.5 households •  Development of M+E for tracking and learning lessons
  15. 15. Contributing factors Linking Variety Development to : –  Efficient release or variety users’ acceptance –  Engagement of partners and sharing responsibility –  Linking variety development to bean users/value chain actors and systems
  16. 16. Seed Systems Trend in PABRA (cont’nd) 2009-2013 •  Set higher objectives •  Strategies: –  Optimizing the role of private sector Strengthen –  Private and Public sector partnership –  Strengthen seed systems to output marketing/utilizations –  Strengthen platforms
  17. 17. Seed Systems PABRA TLII •  Developed knowledge, skills and tools by PABRA helped to strengthen Bean seed systems in TLII countries (Ethiopia and Kenya): – Both countries are members of PABRA – Understanding of seed systems – Linking to the bean value chain actors – Partnership development – Information tools and their wider uses
  18. 18. Seed Systems TLII-8.3 PABRA Opportunity to add value : •  Commercialization of small packs •  Seed quality monitoring and risks associated •  Cost of seed production •  M&E Systems to understand who is reached
  19. 19. Seed Systems TLII-8.3 --PABRA Domestication and scaling up of promising approaches – e.g. small packs in other PABRA countries Malawi, Zambia, SA in small scale farming systems Uganda Rwanda Cameroon Burundi Tz
  20. 20. Merci beaucoup Thanks You

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