Highlights of DAPA Program 2010<br />Annual Program Review 2011<br />Nairobi, Kenya, 10 May 2011<br />
Our vision<br />We strongly believe in the power of information for making better decisions about agricultural and natural...
Our modus operandi<br />Thematicallydiverse, unitedbyspatial, economic and institutionalanalysis<br />Converting data toin...
Our objectives and some selected highlights<br />To maximize the impact and returns on investment of agricultural research...
Involvement in CRPs<br />60% in CCAFS (Peter Laderach is CIAT’s contact point)<br />20% in CRP5: Land and water (Marcela Q...
Policy Briefs in CIAT<br />Policy briefs now being published by CIAT<br />Two published, 3 in press, 2 more under-developm...
Impact Targeting and Assessment<br />Continued analysis of impact of rice in LAC<br />Studies on impacts of CIAT’s bean wo...
Agricultura específica por sitio compartiendo experiencias (AESCE) aplicada a la producción de frutales en Colombia<br />S...
It’s all about the agronomy!<br />Soil and relief<br />Climate and landscape<br />Agronomic management<br /><ul><li>Produc...
Ideal environmental conditions
Appropriate practices
Varietal adaptation</li></li></ul><li>The Principles of SSAFE<br />Principle 1<br />Principle 2<br />Principle 3<br />Coll...
Farmer workshops<br />26 Talleres a la fecha<br />
Participatory GIS and soil analysis<br />RASTA<br />GPS<br />
Varietal adaptation maps<br />Cítricos <br />Google Earth: Facilita visualización <br />
What factors drive production?<br />(d)<br />(b)<br />(a)<br />(c)<br />(e)<br />Aguacate con datos de producción<br />
Connecting farmer knowledge<br />Másdistantes y mássimilares - OPORTUNIDAD<br />Menosdistantes y mássimilares<br />Aguacat...
Climate Change<br />Theme Leadership of the CCAFS Challenge Program during 2010<br />Supported CIAT’s Lead Centre status f...
Downscaled climate data<br />
framework<br />Chain Inclusive Adaptation Strategies<br />AssessVULNERABILITY  ofthe CHAIN<br />Getting toknowthe BUSINESS...
Karnal (India)<br />Rainy season from June to September<br />
Tool for assessing risk of rainfall events which are potential triggers for bean root rot outbreaks (Farrow et al, 2011, E...
Ecosystem Services<br />Water, carbon,biodiversity<br />Development of national methods for calculating opportunity costs ...
Resultados Terra-i<br />Tasa de Deforestacion<br />151,754 Ha/año<br />
Terra-i Results <br />Deforestation Rate<br />3,062,064 Ha/año<br />
Colombian savannahs: the next front?<br />
Hydrologicalongoingprojects<br />CPWF Project AN2: “Assessing and anticipating the consequences of BenefitSharingMechanism...
Main achivements (2010-2011)<br />Quantification of ES in watersheds and the identification of their correspondent priorit...
Linking Farmers to Markets<br />New business models for sustained trading relationships<br />
Linking Farmers to Markets<br />Synthesis of PROGRESO methodology for agro-enterprise development post conflict published ...
Talk about impact through policy engagement<br />US$43k study in 2007 for GMCR<br />Resulted in:<br />US$3.5m development ...
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  • CORPOGUAVIO and CORTOLIMA: A regional environmentnal authorities in Colombia; Patrimonio Natural: Colombian NGO working with the World Bank in the design of PES schemesTNC; The Nature ConservancyCORPOGUAVIO and CORTOLIMA: A regional environmentnal authorities in Colombia; Patrimonio Natural: Colombian NGO working with the World Bank in the design of PES schemesTNC; The Nature Conservancy
  • Outcomes 2010Progresso methodology used as model for new phase of USAID Plan Colombia (investments in excess of 350m USD) for the next five years. Focus is on consolidation of marginal territories through state presence and the development of profitable licit economies. IFAD project focused on analysis and redesign of IFAD LAC approach to market linkage for the poor. Specific interest on assessing current IFAD practice, comparing this practice with good practice globally and then assisting IFAD programs to incorporate novel approaches to market-based solutions to poverty. Ford Foundation project focused on the effectiveness of public policy interventions in supply chains as a motor of poverty reduction in Colombia. Project includes review of the nexus between public policy and major rural development initiatives from the World Bank (AlianzasProductivas), IFAD (OportunidadesRurales) and USAID (MIDAS and ADAM). Seeks to answer questions around whether or not these policies / projects are reaching the poor, who among the poor benefits and what conditions are needed (organizational and institutional) for the poor to benefit from these interventions. Research in development model incorporates several parts of DAPA notably impact targeting and assessment (base-line and impact evaluation), linking farmers to markets, site specific agriculture / climate change. In addition links with Simone Staiger (knowledge management and capacity development) and Cropster (information management backbone). Initial project is 5 years / US$500k with potential for replication in at least 2 more initiatives in 2011 and potentially more with Feed the Future.
  • Highlights of the DAPA program 2010-2011

    1. 1. Highlights of DAPA Program 2010<br />Annual Program Review 2011<br />Nairobi, Kenya, 10 May 2011<br />
    2. 2. Our vision<br />We strongly believe in the power of information for making better decisions about agricultural and natural resource investments, from the farm- to the global- level.<br />Numbers. Maps. Graphs. Insights.<br />Better public and private policies through engagement<br />
    3. 3. Our modus operandi<br />Thematicallydiverse, unitedbyspatial, economic and institutionalanalysis<br />Converting data toinformationtopolicy and decisioninsights<br />Demand-drivenbyother CIAT programs and partnersneeds (principally in LatinAmerica)<br />Eco-efficiency as a guidingprinciple<br />
    4. 4. Our objectives and some selected highlights<br />To maximize the impact and returns on investment of agricultural research and development through ex ante and ex post impact assessment<br />To contribute to improved management of critical ecosystem services through pro-poor payment schemes for water and carbon in Latin America<br />To fully understand the likely impacts of climate change on agricultural systems, livelihoods and critical ecosystem services, and identify best-bet adaptation strategies from local to global level<br />To ensure that public and private sector policies provide the opportunity for smallholder farmers to profit from emerging market opportunities<br />
    5. 5. Involvement in CRPs<br />60% in CCAFS (Peter Laderach is CIAT’s contact point)<br />20% in CRP5: Land and water (Marcela Quintero)<br />20% in CRP2: income and policy (Mark Lundy - linking farmers to markets)<br />
    6. 6. Policy Briefs in CIAT<br />Policy briefs now being published by CIAT<br />Two published, 3 in press, 2 more under-development<br />Only one part of an engagement strategy<br />
    7. 7. Impact Targeting and Assessment<br />Continued analysis of impact of rice in LAC<br />Studies on impacts of CIAT’s bean work in East Africa ongoing (environmental benefits and broader scale poverty impact)<br />Major cassava study ongoing in SE Asia<br />We continue to strengthen impact assessment, but we need your help: interest in collaborating, data, stories, budget into projects<br />Two new economists working on agricultural trends in LAC and climate change policy (joint IFPRI positions)<br />Site Specific Agriculture in fruits in Colombia delivering first impacts with 1000s of farmers now enrolled in the program<br />
    8. 8. Agricultura específica por sitio compartiendo experiencias (AESCE) aplicada a la producción de frutales en Colombia<br />Secretarias técnicas de las cadenas productivas (mango,aguacate, cítricos, plátano)<br />www.frutisitio.org<br />www.ciat.cgiar.org<br />Con la participación de :<br />
    9. 9. It’s all about the agronomy!<br />Soil and relief<br />Climate and landscape<br />Agronomic management<br /><ul><li>Productivity and Quality
    10. 10. Ideal environmental conditions
    11. 11. Appropriate practices
    12. 12. Varietal adaptation</li></li></ul><li>The Principles of SSAFE<br />Principle 1<br />Principle 2<br />Principle 3<br />Collective knowledge is more powerful than individual knowledge<br />What you don’t measure you can’t manage<br />Technology boosts learning<br />
    13. 13. Farmer workshops<br />26 Talleres a la fecha<br />
    14. 14. Participatory GIS and soil analysis<br />RASTA<br />GPS<br />
    15. 15. Varietal adaptation maps<br />Cítricos <br />Google Earth: Facilita visualización <br />
    16. 16. What factors drive production?<br />(d)<br />(b)<br />(a)<br />(c)<br />(e)<br />Aguacate con datos de producción<br />
    17. 17. Connecting farmer knowledge<br />Másdistantes y mássimilares - OPORTUNIDAD<br />Menosdistantes y mássimilares<br />Aguacate con Disimilaridad – Apoyo a grupos intercambiando experiencias <br />
    18. 18. Climate Change<br />Theme Leadership of the CCAFS Challenge Program during 2010<br />Supported CIAT’s Lead Centre status for the CCAFS CRP, and Andy J leading Theme 1<br />Grounding Climate Change: Major activities in three countries (Colombia, Jamaica and Guatemala) on whole supply chain adaptation (with Oxfam)<br />Detailed impact studies for Central America, Andes, Latin America and globe published<br />Policy Briefs on climate change implications for agriculture in Colombia, and on coffee for Mesoamerica<br />
    19. 19. Downscaled climate data<br />
    20. 20. framework<br />Chain Inclusive Adaptation Strategies<br />AssessVULNERABILITY ofthe CHAIN<br />Getting toknowthe BUSINESS<br />Understand BEHAVIORAL PATTERNS<br />SITUATION ASSESSMENT<br />= Frame for Adaptation<br />Definition and Importance of a Supply Chain<br />Crop Exposure to Changing Climate<br />Different Types of People<br />Characterization and Objectives of a SC<br />Sensitivity to GCC Impacts<br />Behavior and Mindset<br />Structures and Dynamics within the SC<br />Capacity to adapt to Hazard<br />Mediation of Behavior<br />
    21. 21. Karnal (India)<br />Rainy season from June to September<br />
    22. 22. Tool for assessing risk of rainfall events which are potential triggers for bean root rot outbreaks (Farrow et al, 2011, Exp. Ag.)<br />
    23. 23. Ecosystem Services<br />Water, carbon,biodiversity<br />Development of national methods for calculating opportunity costs for REDD+ developed and included in World Bank training manuals<br />Finalization of the Amazon Spatial Policy Targeting tool online<br />Terra-I deforestation monitoring tool now influencing policy and being used by major players across the continent<br />Broad range of projects in hydrological ecosystem services<br />
    24. 24. Resultados Terra-i<br />Tasa de Deforestacion<br />151,754 Ha/año<br />
    25. 25. Terra-i Results <br />Deforestation Rate<br />3,062,064 Ha/año<br />
    26. 26. Colombian savannahs: the next front?<br />
    27. 27. Hydrologicalongoingprojects<br />CPWF Project AN2: “Assessing and anticipating the consequences of BenefitSharingMechanisms (BSM) aimed at conserving Ecosystem Services provision in the Andes<br />CIAT-CAR agreement: For evaluating ex ante and ex post impacts of conservation agriculture practices on farm-firm economics, farmer wellbeing, ecosystem services<br />CIAT- Patrimonio Natural: For identifying the ES providing units to be prioritize in Payment for Ecosystem Services schemes in the CORPOGUAVIO’s jurisdiction<br />CIAT –TNC: Hydrological analysis for the design of a PES scheme in Valle del Cauca with sugarcane industry<br />CIAT – CORTOLIMA: Hydrological analysis <br />CIAT-CVS-CORPOICA: Promoting Sustainable Land Management: A Clean Development Mechanism Project in the Caribbean Savanna of Colombia<br />
    28. 28. Main achivements (2010-2011)<br />Quantification of ES in watersheds and the identification of their correspondent priority service-providing units, in Colombia, Ecuador and Peru<br />Economic valuation of the benefits derived from ES by downstream ES users in Ecuador and Peru<br />Support in designing BSMs<br />Validation of a CDM carbon sequestration project <br />
    29. 29. Linking Farmers to Markets<br />New business models for sustained trading relationships<br />
    30. 30. Linking Farmers to Markets<br />Synthesis of PROGRESO methodology for agro-enterprise development post conflict published in policy brief (in press)<br />Now being used by USAID in Plan Colombia (US$350m over next 5 years)<br />Major new projects established in 2010 with: <br />IFAD project focused on analysis and redesign of IFAD LAC approach to market linkage for the poor, and assisting IFAD programs to incorporate novel approaches to market-based solutions to poverty (US$100m+ investments)<br />Ford Foundation: effectiveness of public policy interventions in supply chains as a motor of poverty reduction in Colombia. <br />New model of research in development designed with CRS in Ecuador and Colombia for use across Latin America<br />Impact of value chain fairness study tremendous through GMCR<br />Continued engagement with private sector policy through Sustainable Food Lab<br />
    31. 31. Talk about impact through policy engagement<br />US$43k study in 2007 for GMCR<br />Resulted in:<br />US$3.5m development investment from private sector<br />120,000 families benefitting<br />Feature film “The Thin Months”<br />
    32. 32. Challenges<br />The nature of our work relies on short, intense projects (difficult for budget planning)<br />Program leadership –DAPA Program Officer being recruited now<br />Africa: big demands, no money<br />Asia: moderate demands, no money, handled from HQ<br />

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