CCAFS: Phase 2
Overview
1. The challenges
2. Intermediate
Development Outcomes
3. Theory of change
4. Flagship content
5. Program
impleme...
The challenges
Incremental
adaptation
Transformational
adaptation
Food security
MitigationAdaptation
Climate
variability
C...
4
CCAFS Intermediate
Development Outcomes
1. Increased and stable access to food commodities by rural and urban poor
(“Foo...
Co-design of
research
Platform
building
Development
outcomes
1.Enhanced food
security
2.Benefits to women
and marginalised...
6
Flagship 1: Climate-smart
practices
1. Improved technologies, practices and
portfolios
2. Methods and approaches for equ...
7
Flagship 2: Climate Information
Services and Climate-Informed
Safety Nets
1. Climate-based methods and tools for seasona...
8
Flagship 3: Low emissions
agricultural development
1. Decision support for assessing mitigation
priorities, baselines an...
9
Flagship 4: Policies and
institutions for climate-resilient
food systems
1. Data, models and scenarios to understand
imp...
Cross-cutting research theme: Linking
knowledge and action
• Integrated in Flagships
• Identifying Innovative processes & ...
11
Program implementation
Enhanced food security
Benefits to women
and marginalised
groups
Increased adaptive
capacity
Policies supporting
climate-r...
13
Work will be
regionally
implemented
But 20-30% work
elsewhere where it
helps deliver outcomes
14
stay in touch
www.ccafs.cgiar.org
sign up for science, policy and news e-bulletins
follow us on twitter @cgiarclimate
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CGIAR Research Program on Climate Change, Agriculture and Food Security 2015-2024

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  • CCAFS is focusing on climate change adaptation and mitigation, and its role in food security – and especially the synergies and trade-offs amongst these.Not just agricultural practices, but interested in the whole food system – from production to consumptionIn terms of adaptation, interested in the challenges poses by variability/extremes and longer term progressive changes.Interested in not only incremental changes (e.g. changing practices) but also transformational options (e.g. switching farming systems)
  • Talking Points (animated)These are the IDOs CCAFS are afterCrucial to the ToC is Partnerships, from research design to helping achieving outcomesThe research agenda Centres around four Flagships Leading to many proposed activities (often with partners)Social learning is a key approach in CCAFS
  • These are the 4 Flagships, each with specific targets, leading into the IDOs. Products from Flagships feed into getting outcomes in other Flagships
  • These are all the regions of the world where we work. And in each region we have sites where we do the detailed work – shown by the green dots (we still have to select sites in LAM and SEA)Although all the regional program leaders work for different centres, we do not have to follow the mandate of our centres – we must support work for crops, livestock, fish, policies, water, forests – whichever makes sense for climate change adaptation and mitigation.This shows the new way of working in the CGIAR – as you probably know the CGIAR has undergone a radical reform in the past few years.(At least for some elements of the CGIAR the reform is radical)
  • Phase 2 of CCAFS

    1. 1. CCAFS: Phase 2
    2. 2. Overview 1. The challenges 2. Intermediate Development Outcomes 3. Theory of change 4. Flagship content 5. Program implementation
    3. 3. The challenges Incremental adaptation Transformational adaptation Food security MitigationAdaptation Climate variability Climate change Synergies and trade-offs Whole food systems
    4. 4. 4 CCAFS Intermediate Development Outcomes 1. Increased and stable access to food commodities by rural and urban poor (“Food security”). 2. Increased control by women and other marginalized groups of assets, inputs, decision-making and benefits (“Gender and social differentiation”). 3. Increased capacity in low income communities to adapt to climate variability, shocks and longer term changes (“Adaptive capacity”). 4. Additional policies and institutions supporting sustainable, resilient and equitable agricultural and natural resources management developed and adopted by agricultural, conservation and development organizations, national governments and international bodies (“Policies and institutions”). 5. Increased carbon sequestration and reduction of greenhouse gases through improved agriculture and natural resources management (“Mitigation”)
    5. 5. Co-design of research Platform building Development outcomes 1.Enhanced food security 2.Benefits to women and marginalised groups 3.Increased adaptive capacity 4.Policies supporting climate-resilient agriculture 5.Climate change mitigation Co-production of research outputs Science-policy dialogue Capacity strengthening of partners for impact Partnerships Implementation, extension and communications partnerships for impact Gender mainstreamed Activities Climate-smart agricultural practices Enhanced climate information services and safety nets Policies and practices for low-emissions agriculture Policies and institutions for climate-resilient food systems Equitable and gender-sensitive technologies, practices, institutions and policies Synergies and trade-offs Policy analysis Scenarios and modelling Social learning Climate smart villages (action research)
    6. 6. 6 Flagship 1: Climate-smart practices 1. Improved technologies, practices and portfolios 2. Methods and approaches for equitable local adaptation planning and governance, including transformative options 3. Innovative incentives and mechanisms for scaling up and out
    7. 7. 7 Flagship 2: Climate Information Services and Climate-Informed Safety Nets 1. Climate-based methods and tools for seasonal agricultural prediction and early warning 2. Knowledge and methods for climate information and advisory services 3. Food security safety nets and policy interventions (including insurance)
    8. 8. 8 Flagship 3: Low emissions agricultural development 1. Decision support for assessing mitigation priorities, baselines and trade-offs; 2. Methods and data for quantifying small-scale farming emissions and mitigation options 3. Analysis for improved mitigation implementation mechanisms (NAMAs, climate finance, accountability for sustainable commodities, innovation systems)
    9. 9. 9 Flagship 4: Policies and institutions for climate-resilient food systems 1. Data, models and scenarios to understand impacts of climate change 2. Decision support tools for targeting policy development and making investment choices 3. Analysis of strengths and weaknesses of current and emerging policy 4. Analysis and experimentation concerning novel decision-making processes
    10. 10. Cross-cutting research theme: Linking knowledge and action • Integrated in Flagships • Identifying Innovative processes & products to foster outcomes – Partnership strategies – Capacity strengthening strategies – Social learning – Gender and social differentiation – Communication and dissemination
    11. 11. 11 Program implementation
    12. 12. Enhanced food security Benefits to women and marginalised groups Increased adaptive capacity Policies supporting climate-resilient agriculture Climate change mitigation Science on CSA practices informs policy development in min. 10 countries 5 major policy agencies using CCAFS science inform their CSA investments 20 million additional farmers, at least 50% women, have climate-smart practices 2018 intermediate targets 25 countries increased investments in CSA by 50% Flagship 1: Climate-smart agricultural practices Flagship 3: Low- emissions agricultural development Flagship 2: Climate information services and climate- informed safety nets Flagship 4: Policies and institutions for climate- resilient food systems 2024 targets Intermediate development outcomes Adaptive capacity enhanced of 10 million farmers, at least 50% women, through advisories and safety nets 20% reduction of GHG emissions intensities while enhancing food security in at least 7 countries 5 countries have agricultural NAMAs or low emission development policies informed by CCAFS science 5 major food system agencies using tools informed by CCAFS science
    13. 13. 13 Work will be regionally implemented But 20-30% work elsewhere where it helps deliver outcomes
    14. 14. 14 stay in touch www.ccafs.cgiar.org sign up for science, policy and news e-bulletins follow us on twitter @cgiarclimate

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