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  1. 1. GCARD 2012 Punta del Este, Uruguay – 29 October – 1 November 2012 FORESIGHT AND PARTNERSHIP FOR INNOVATION AND IMPACT ON SMALLHOLDER LIVELIHOODS 27-28 October 2012 Pre-Conference Meetings 09:00-16:00 Registration Open 27 October CGIAR Consortium Board Meeting28 October 2012 Conference Opening Session Introduction by Monty Jones, GFAR Chair and Carlos Perez del Castillo, CGIAR Consortium Board Chair 17:00-18:00 Statement by the President of IFAD, Kanayo Nwanze Inaugural Statements by H.E. The President of Uruguay, José Mujica and H.E. The President of Benin, Yayi Boni 18:00-18:30 Signing Ceremony between Uruguay and the CGIAR Consortium Reception Dinner by the Government of Uruguay29 October 2012 Conference Session 08:00-08:30 Registration Plenary Session on Current Status of the Global AR4D: Delivering the Change 08:30-09:30  GCARD RoadMap Implementation (GFAR Chair)  The New CGIAR System and Progress towards the Implementation of the GCARD Roadmap (CGIAR Consortium Board Chair) 1
  2. 2. Panel Discussion on Innovation for Impact on Smallholder Farmers: Challenges and Opportunities09:30-11:00 Moderator: Raj Paroda Panellists: Carlos Seré, Esther Penunia, Alexander Müller, Sujiro Seam, Victor Villalobos11:00-11:30 Coffee Break Policy Forum on Agricultural Innovation for Rural Women11:30-12:45 Moderator: Uma Lele Panellists: Bridget Muasa, Karla Hora, Ruth Haug, Nabeel Abu-Shriha, Prabhu Pingali, Karen Brooks Introduction to Breakout Sessions: Advances in Foresight, Partnership and Capacity Development for Impact on12:45-13:00 Smallholder Farmers Mark Holderness, GFAR Executive Secretary13:00-14:00 Lunch Break14:00-17:30 Expected Outcomes Parallel Session: SESSION F1: IMPROVING OUR VISIONS OF THE FUTURE Framing the Session: A Global Foresight Hub for Agriculture 14:00 Chair: Carlos Sere (IFAD); Facilitator: Robin Bourgeois (GFAR) Synthesis: Lessons learned from the analysis of existing foresight works: R. Bourgeois (GFAR) 14:10 Interaction (20 min) Understanding of the advantages of bringing together different Illustrative cases: The value of different ways of envisioning our futures approaches and what has The Global Futures programme: G. Nelson (IFPRI) been learnt regarding 14:45 future needs by bringing The value of scenarios: European Standing Ctte on Agricultural Research (SCAR 3): E. Mathijs (Univ of Louvain) common analyses to A Foresight framework for agricultural R&D of the LAC region: E. Diaz-Bonilla (CIAT consultant) diverse foresight studies. Interaction (15 min) – Chair, speakers, participants Generating collective awareness of the scope 15:30 and value of foresight in Coffee Break guiding research, with commitments from those Illustrative cases: The value of different ways of envisioning our future. using diverse approaches From national foresight to policies: (Maroc 2030 and the Plan Vert): M. Aït Kadi (CGDA Maroc) to work in a more 16.00 integrated way The value of communities envisioning their future through local scale foresight: up scalable foresight-based land- use planning: B. Shantiko (CoLUPSIA, Indonesia) Interaction (10 min) – Chair, speakers, participants 2
  3. 3. Proposal: The role of the Global Foresight Hub in bringing multiple perspectives to bear in raising emerging16:30 issues, shaping research priorities and understanding implications for innovation and policies: H. de Haen (University of Gottingen) Interaction: improving our visions of the future16:50 Including perspectives & commitments from responding panellists: S. Marzouki (UTAP), J. Oram (Greenpeace), H. Nguyen (VNFU)17:20 Wrap up Session: Towards Common Commitments – Chair17:30 Close of the Session Parallel Session: SESSION P1: PARTNERSHIPS TO ACHIEVE FOOD AND NUTRITION SECURITY Sub-Session P1.1: National Food Security Introduction: embracing the complexity of Food Security14:00 Chair: Ken Cassman (CGIAR ISPC Chair) ; Facilitator: Thomas Randolph (ILRI) Large scale commodity systems Initiatives Identify key constraints to Innovative partnerships in MAIZE: the MasAgro experience: D. Watson (CRP Maize CIMMYT/Mexico Masagro, be addressed and INIFAP) required partnership commitments to be The contribution of rice research to global Food Security: B. Bouman (CRP GRiSP – Rice)14:10 implemented in 2012-2014 Mobilizing AR4D partnerships to improve access and consumption of critical animal-source foods: T. Randolph to build successful (CRP Livestock and fish) international partnerships addressing food security The Wheat Initiative an international research initiative for wheat improvement: H. Lucas (IRIWI France) Strengthening regional and national innovation pathways and regional strategies and policies for Food security14:40 Wheat Improvement in Asia FAO/APAARI/CIMMYT/ICARDA/JIRCAS: T. Lumpkin (CIMMYT & on behalf of partners) Feeding a Billion People: the Indian Way: S. Ayyappan (ICAR)15:00 Discussion –The Plenary15:30 Coffee Break Farmer involvement in scaling-out impacts on major crops16.00 AGRA public-private: M. Kroma (AGRA/AWARD) ALINe study on feedback loops: W. Dogbe (CSIR Ghana) (M. Wopereis or B. Bouman for GRiSP)16:30 Discussion – Participants 3
  4. 4. Reflections on the issues raised: practical implications in improving food security17:00 Responding Panellists: L. Antoine (Pioneer); N. Van Bo (Vietnam VAAS); P. Kapondamgaga (Farmers Union of Malawi)17:20 Wrap up Session17:30 Close of the Session Parallel Session: SESSION P1: PARTNERSHIPS TO ACHIEVE FOOD AND NUTRITION SECURITY Sub-Session P1.2: Household Nutrition Security Introduction: Ending Hunger and Ensuring Nutrition Worldwide14:00 Chair: Alexander Müller (FAO); Facilitator: Barbara Burlingame (FAO) Panel of practitioners on meeting nutrition needs through diverse approaches Panellists:14:10 M. Aït-Aïssa (Action contre la Faim-ACF) E. Hillenbrand (Helen Keller Intl, Cambodia, Bangladesh) D. Keatinge (Diversity for Development) Practical steps to Global push for action through large scale initiatives in nutrition :Agricultural Research taking on the Nutrition incorporate nutrition into Challenge; national, regional and Sustainable production and sustainable diets international AR4D J. Mc Dermott (CRP4)14:30 agendas, systems and B. Burlingame (FAO) processes over the period to 2014, targeting Y. Hoberg (SAFANSI/ Secure Nutrition) smallholders, women and A. Tollervey (DFID-LCIRAH) children L. Brown (World Food Program - GDPRD/GAP)15:30 Coffee Break16:00 Discussion – The Plenary The road ahead – priorities for taking the agenda forward and the role of different actors16:40 Responding Panellists: T. Arnold (Concern Worldwide), DFID, Embrapa/Harvest Plus, S. Mathur (IFAD), E. Wachira (Plan Intl)17:15 Wrap up Session17:30 Close of the Session Parallel Session: SESSION C1: New Investments Sub-Session C1.1: Public Investments 4
  5. 5. Introduction to the Sub-Session14.00 Chair: Julie Howard (USAID); Facilitator: Nienke Beintema (ASTI) Monitoring AR4D investments around the world: New evidence brought The L’Aquila Initiative on Food Security and Working group on Reporting and Managing for Development Results together on public (AFSI-MfDR): J. Shrier (U.S. Department of State)14:10 investments and returns for advocating greater OECD/DAC Mutual Review on Development Effectiveness, and Creditor Reporting System(CRS): K. Hussein public investment (formerly OECD) Horizon 2020: TBA (EC) CGIAR Fund investment trends: J. Wadsworth (CGIAR Fund) AR4D donor investment in Africa EIARD study assessing donor support to CAADP Pillar 4 (July 2011): D. Radcliffe14:40 (EFARD) Tracking AR4D investments and capacities at Regional and National levels: APAARI, AARINENA, CACAARI, FARA, FORAGRO: N. Beintema (ASTI)15:10 Discussion – The Plenary15:30 Coffee Break Returns on national and international investments: Impacts of investments in Brazil, China, India and Indonesia:16:00 U. Lele16:20 Determining investment impacts from CGIA: D. Gollin (SPIA– by video)16:30 INIA Uruguay AR4D investments & returns: A. Roel/ M. Allegri16:40 Discussion – The Plenary Reflections on issues raised17:10 Responding panellists: E. Pehu (WB), N. Austin (ACIAR), M. Marzano (WFO)17:20 Wrap up Session17:30 Close of the Session Parallel Session: SESSION C1: New Investments Sub-Session C1.2:Public-Private-Civil Mechanisms Introduction to the Sub-Session14.00 Chair: Nikita Eriksen-Hamel (GDPRD); Facilitator: Lystra Antoine (Pioneer) 5
  6. 6. Innovative public-private Setting the scene: New models, mechanisms and initiatives to support public-private partnerships. models reviewed, refined14:10 R. Bertram (Feed the Future)/G8 New Alliance of Food Security and scaled out for adoption by new partners S. Robertson (IDRC) on IDRC-Syngenta Platform on PPPs in agriculture14:50 Discussion – The Plenary Learning from Experience – Examples of Public-Private-Civil Mechanisms H. Shapiro (Mars/CGIAR sustainable tree crops)15:10 M. Dadlani (IARI) D. Risso (Seed Association of the Americas)15:30 Coffee Break Reconciling private and public interests: Farmers rights and breeders rights16:00 J. Chaves (GFAR/ITPGRFA/CGIAR) Smallholder-driven Public-Private-Civil Models16:15 A. Waters-Bayer (Prolinnova scaling-out local innovation)16:35 Discussion – The Plenary Reflections on the issues raised17:10 A. Kapur (Rasi Seeds Ltd), L. Adriano (ADB), I. Osadie (MD Notore Seed Company, Nigeria)17:20 Wrap up Session17:30 Close of the Session Parallel Session: SESSION C1: New Investments Sub-Session C1.3: North-South and South-South Collective Actions Introduction to the Sub-Session14.00 Chair: Claudio Barriga; Facilitator: Mario Allegri Brief presentations on impacts and learning from Inter-regional networks P. Sarfatti (PAEPARD, IAO, Italy) Promoting inter-regional A. Agumya (CAADP-CGIAR Alliance) learning and capacities through mobilizing and P. Duarte (Embrapa Brazil-Africa and Brazil-Caribbean Innovation marketplaces)14:15 strengthening innovative M.-T. Dobao (INIAS Ibero-America) networks to demonstrate and enhance their impacts A. N’Joya (CORAF/WECARD) for IRD/CIRAD collaborative platforms S. Kiselev (Eurasian Center for Food Security – Russian Federation & Central Asia) A. El-Beltagy (CIHEAM)15:10 Discussion 6
  7. 7. 15:30 Coffee Break16:00 Enhancing collaboration among G20 Nations research leaders – Outcomes of the Meeting of Agriculture Chief Scientists (MACS): P. Brajcich (INIFAP, MACS)16:20 Discussion: Strengthening the impact of South-South and North-South Networks – The Plenary17:30 Close of the Session18:00 SPECIAL PLENARY SESSION: MINISTERIAL ROUNDTABLE OF CONSEJO AGROPECUARIO DEL SUR (CAS) Award Ceremonies, Inauguration of Global Marketplace and Conference Dinner 7
  8. 8. 30 October 2012 Conference Session Parallel Session: SESSION F2: FORESIGHT GUIDING RESEARCH AND INNOVATION Expected Outcomes Sub-Session F2.1: At National/Regional Level Theme of the sub session: What role could smallholder farmers play in different regions in meeting future needs 08:30 in food and nutrition security, poverty alleviation and sustainable management of natural resources? Chair: Ruben Echeverria (CIAT); Facilitator: Ajit Maru (GFAR) Conclusions from region- by-region consultations Highlights of regional views on research and innovation priorities for future needs and impacts, combined with and pre-conference foresight review analyses of case studies: Latin America and Caribbean: E. Ruz (FORAGRO) what can be learned when foresight approaches are Asia and the Pacific: R. Paroda (APAARI) 08:40 added to existing regional Sub Saharan Africa: TBA (FARA) prioritization processes. Near East and North Africa: M. Abu-Zant (AARINENA) A set of collective actions Central Asia and the Caucasus: O. Shatberashvili (CACAARI) agreed to improve the use of foresight in making Europe: C. Hoste (EFARD) research and innovation 10:30 systems more responsive Coffee Break 11:00 to future development Discussion: new priorities and new challenges for meeting the future needs of family farmers needs of small-holders through inclusive Reflections on the issues raised 12:00 prioritization at Responding Panellists: E. Penunia (AFA), M. Roozitalab (AARINENA), L. O’brien (Teagasc) local/regional level 12:20 Wrap up Session: Toward regional commitments 12:30 Close of the Session Parallel Session: SESSION F2: FORESIGHT GUIDING RESEARCH AND INNOVATION Sub-Session F2.2: At Global Level Theme of the sub-session: What role could smallholder farmers play in meeting future needs in food and nutrition 08:30 security, poverty alleviation and sustainable management of natural resources? Chair: Gine Zwart (Oxfam); Facilitator: Frédéric Lapeyrie (CRAI) 8
  9. 9. A set of proposed Illustrative cases: What new insights global foresight has brought and how do they shape research and policies collective actions agreed (with also a discussion on smallholder farmers) to improve the use of 5 scenarios for 2050 - Conditions for Agriculture and Land use: I. Öborn (Swedish U. of Ag. Sciences) global foresight in making08:40 research and innovation The future of food and farming (UK Foresight study): Video presentation from UK Foresight systems more responsive FAO perspectives 2050: P. Conforti (FAO) to future development needs at global level From foresight to research programming: (Agrimonde and Dualine): M. Guillou (Agreenium) Synthesis from the foresight review: What new insights global foresight has brought and how they have shaped09:30 research and policies (with also a discussion on smallholder farmers): R. Bourgeois (GFAR) The foresight dimension into the CGIAR Strategy and Results Framework Action Plan: F. Rijsberman (CEO, CGIAR09:45 Consortium) Proposal: How a Forward Thinking Platform can improve our understanding of future challenges: S. Treyer10:00 (IDDRI)10:30 Coffee Break Discussion: Identifying priorities at global level and informing research to respond to smallholder farmers’ future11:00 needs Reflections on reshaping priorities and future challenges12:00 Responding Panellists: S. Ayyappan (ICAR), K. M’Ribu (KENFAP Farmers’ Organization Kenya), T. Arnold (Concern Worldwide)12.15 Wrap up Session: Towards Common Commitments12:30 Close of the Session Parallel Session: SESSION P2:PARTNERSHIPS FOR ENVIRONMENTAL RESILIENCE Sub-Session P2.1: Sustainable Use of Biodiversity Introduction: Outcomes of the Science Forum08:30 Chair: Gebisa Ejeta (CGIAR Consortium Board); Facilitator: Kwesi Atta-Krah (Bioversity Int.) Concerted regional actions implemented Sustainable Use of Biodiversity through the new K. Atta-Krah (CG Consortium joint reflection on agrobiodiversity) partnerships for AR4D09:00 D. Manzella (ITPGRFA/GCDT) that enhance resilience A. Elhalwagi (WANA Network AARINENA) and sustainable use of R. Ghodake (Suwon Initiative/NARI) natural resources at local and landscape scales. 9
  10. 10. 09:50 Discussion – The Plenary10:30 Coffee Break H. Shapiro (Orphan Crops Initiative, WWF, DuPont, MARS, etc) S. Simons (CABI)11:00 M. Hermann (Crops for the Future) C. Borgemeister (ICIPE)11:40 Interventions from the Plenary – All participants Reflections on the issues raised12:10 Responding Panellists: TBA12.20 Wrap up Session12:30 Close of the Session Parallel Session: SESSION P2:PARTNERSHIPS FOR ENVIRONMENTAL RESILIENCE Sub-Session P2.2: Land, Water, Forests and Landscapes Introduction: Outcomes of the Science Forum08:30 Chair: Jeff Sayer (ISPC); Facilitator: Wieteke Willemens (EcoAgriculture Partners) Ecosystem Resilience and Multi-stakeholder Governance: Concerted regional actions implemented S. Cook (Water: CRP 5) through the new More effective actions for the Aral Sea: J. Turok (ICARDA-CAC) partnerships for AR4D08:45 Indo-Gangetic Plains Rice-Wheat Consortium: I. Ahmad (PARC) that enhance resilience and sustainable use of CTA-Partnership for managing Water for Agriculture and Food in ACP countries including SRI experiences: J. natural resources at local Francis (CTA) and landscape scales. I. Mello (Brazilian Federation of No-till Associations)10.30 Coffee Break Ecosystem Resilience and Multi-stakeholder Governance: R. Nasi (CRP 6 forest biodiversity use)11:00 T. Nichols (AIRCA) W. Willemens (EcoAgriculture Partners) on Landscape management11:30 How to reach impacts at scale in NRM? J. Sayer (ISPC) 10
  11. 11. Reflections on the issues raised11:50 Responding Panellists: TBA12.20 Wrap up Session12:30 Close of the Session Parallel Session: SESSION P2:PARTNERSHIPS FOR ENVIRONMENTAL RESILIENCE Sub-Session P2.3: Climate Change Introduction: Achieving Food Security in the Face of Climate Change: Recommendations of the Commission of08:30 the Sustainable Agriculture and Climate Change –Why we need a step change in our partnerships models? Chair: Federica Rossi (WMO); Facilitator: Mainza Mugoya (EAFF) Collective alliance agreed integrating programmes How understanding of climate change scenarios has shaped new regional partnerships in research for on climate change development08:50 adaptation & mitigation at Climate change forecasts: implications for regional climate change partnerships: J. Kinyangi (Regional Program national, regional and Leader ILRI/CCAFS) international levels over Global Research Alliance for Agricultural Greenhouse Gases: H. Montgomery (GRA-AGG) the two years ahead. Regional approaches towards climate-smart agriculture09:10 Developing regional AR4D responses to climate change implications: M. Al Ajlouni (AARINENA) Building Regional Community Learning Platforms for Climate Change and Food Security : A. Yaye (ANAFE) Addressing national needs through AR4D processes Fighting against desertification: Africa, Brazil and France: M. Bouvet (IRD/AIRD)09:30 Improving Adaptation to Climate Change for Sustainable Development in the Agricultural Sector of Uruguay: The National Agricultural Information System: W. Baethgen (International Institute for Research on Climate and Society – (IRI)09:50 Discussion Participants10:30 Coffee Break Research initiatives to integrate local communities into AR4D processes Community engagement in forest management for adaptation and mitigation: A. Sitoe (Mozambique University/11:00 CRP6) Climate Change and Agriculture in Ghana: Issues, Research Initiatives and Partnerships: J. Naab (CSIR)11:20 Discussion – Participants Establishing the Global Alliance: to inform policy and practice “Foresight and partnerships, from global to local11:50 levels, for climate change adaptation and mitigation” 11
  12. 12. Action Plan (as panel): W. Oyhantcabal/ M. Boehm (GRA-Agriculture Greenhouse Gases) E. Fernandez (World Bank) K. Sivi Njojo (SDI)) P. Holmgen (CIFOR) 12.20 Wrap up Session 12:30 Close of the Session Parallel Session: SESSION C2: ENHANCING CAPACITIES Sub-Session C2.1: Institutional Knowledge and Learning Institutional and network Setting the Scene: Tropical Agriculture Platform collaboration structured Chair: Xiangjun Yao (FAO); Facilitator: Stephen Rudgard (FAO) and enhanced for improving human skills 5 Presentations of 10 min each, followed by 5 min/presentation for Q&A and addressing capacities A. Sonnino (TAP, FAO) 08:30 required for success in collective AR4D actions D. Nielson (TEAM-Africa-World Bank) such as the CRPs. New M. Lastra Escudero (Case study Mexico, COFUPRO) skill-sets required identified along H. Mruthyunjaya (Case study India, NAIP) innovation pathways V. Villalobos (CIMMYT/CIAT/CIP LAC linkages, IICA) between smallholder 09:45 producers, consumers Facilitated Discussion (chat show format)1 and researchers, and 10.30 mechanisms identified to Coffee Break 11:00 deliver these Facilitated Discussion (continued) 11:45 Sharing Insights (5 guests) 12:15 Wrap up Session Parallel Session: SESSION C2: ENHANCING CAPACITIES Sub-Session C2.2: Individual Learning and Empowerment of Women and Youth Introduction 08:30 Chair: Vicki Wilde (AWARD); Facilitator: Judith Francis (CTA)1 The chat shows open circle layout encourages greater participation and, due to its informal nature, is less intimidating than a panel discussion. Facilitator provides an introduction,encourages debate amongst the guests (5 in this session) and invites questions from the audience. 12
  13. 13. Collective action and measures agreed on to attract, inspire and empower young people and women for Keynote presentation: Understanding the potential for youth and women and what may help guarantee success: 08:45 transformative agriculture Y. Pinto (Agricultural Learning and Impacts Network – ALINe) including AR4D systems and agri-enterprise development. Guiding Questions: Learning and recommendations from: 1. What are the success Farmers: K. Holder (Produce Growers Ltd, Barbados) factors for empowering youth in ARD? For Youth: N. Hosenally (YPARD), C. Paisley (YPARD) 09:00 empowering women in R&D Institutions: B. Muasa (Ministry of Livestock Development, Kenya, on attachment to Embrapa, Brazil) ARD? Where are these same and different? What D. Pillot (Agreenium/ EFARD Agrinatura, France) tools can be used for K. Srinath (Directorate of Research on Women in Agriculture, India) tracking progress? 10:30 2. What programs, Coffee Break projects and networks Learning and recommendations from: could be linked to help ensure the greatest Universities: P. Choquet (GCHEA), S. Hutchinson (The University of the West Indies, Trinidad and Tobago) 11:00 degree of learning, and World Bank: E. Pehu (World Bank) impact? 3. What two to three Trade: M.C. Sengendo (Federation of Associations of Uganda Exporters, Uganda) collective actions should we propose for 2012- Responding Panellists’ and Plenary Discussions: Recommendations for Collective Action 2014? What changes and O. Liwewe (Social Transformation Management Consulting Services, Malawi) results do we want to 11:50 share when we return to L. Suarez (FORAGRO and YPARD) GCARD in two years’ J. Dey de Pryck (GAP) time? L. Santos (Eduardo Mondlane University, Maputo, Mozambique) 12:20 Wrap up Session: Key Messages to GCARD2 12:30 Close of the Session12:30-13:30 Lunch Break Parallel Session: SESSION F3: THE VOICE OF SMALLHOLDERS IN SHAPING PRIORITIES Sub-Session F3.1: Improving Foresight through Equitable Partnerships 13
  14. 14. Theme of the sub session: How can envisioning future needs be made more inclusive?13:30 Chair: Fernando Lopez (CNFR); Facilitator: Sonali Bisht (IMHE) Illustrative cases: Partnership practices in foresight Foresight partnership practices with PROCISUR: E. Ruz (PROCISUR)13:45 A set of proposed Fostering partnership in foresight: the CCAFS scenarios on food security in E Africa: J. Verwoort (CCAFS) collective actions agreed Policy Dialogues for Prioritization of Demand Driven Agricultural Research for Development in South Asia (sub to make foresight regional): S. Mruthunjaya (APAARI/IFPRI/NARS) considerations better targeted on the livelihood needs of smallholder14:30 producers, through their Synthesis: Equitable partnership for improved foresight, lessons learned from current practices: G. Zwart (Oxfam) equitable participation in forward-looking,14.45 anticipatory research and Discussion: How can foresight create a voice for smallholder farmers in shaping priorities and innovation analysis15.30 Coffee Break16:00 Discussion continued Reflections on practical actions to improve smallholders’ participation16:45 Responding Panellists: L. Arduin (AMRU); D. Marquez (ANGOC); P. Kapondamgaga (Farmers Union of Malawi)17:00 Wrap up Session: Towards Commitments17:30 Close of the Session Parallel Session: SESSION F3: THE VOICE OF SMALLHOLDERS IN SHAPING PRIORITIES Sub-Session F3.2: Developing Capacities for Improved Foresight Theme of the sub session: How can we strengthen foresight capacities at different scales and for different13:30 sectors Chair: Marion Guillou (AGREENIUM); Facilitator: Gustavo Ferreira (INIA, Uruguay) A set of proposed collective actions to strengthen national The Global Foresight Academy: Developing foresight capacities in and for Africa: R.Tabo (FARA) foresight capabilities, for countries to determine A possible FORAGRO commitment for LAC Academy: J. French (FORAGRO)13:45 their own future needs How the CGIAR can support regional foresight capabilities: G. Henry (CIAT-CIRAD) and take better account of the particular needs of Visioning Agriculture R&D: Indian Experience and Perspective: R. Chand (NCAP) smallholder farmers Perspectives from different sectors on addressing capacity needs for improved foresight (Sectoral working14:30 groups in parallel): FO, NGO and CSO; Research; Government; Donors and OI; Private sector 14
  15. 15. 15:30 Coffee Break Highlights from discussions and actions required in 2012-2014 to enhance capacities for improved foresight (All16:00 groups) – Representatives from Responding Sectors: FO, NGO and CSO; Research; Government; Donors and OI; Private sector17:15 Wrap up Session: Towards Commitments17:30 Close of the Session Parallel Session: SESSION P3: PARTNERSHIPS FOR LIVELIHOOD IMPACTS Sub-Session P3.1: Innovations for Better Livelihoods What is needed in the approach?13:30 Chair: Rodney Cooke (Consultant, recently retired from IFAD); Facilitator: Patrick Dugan (CRP Aquatic Agricultural Systems)13:40 Identified and defined Introduction: policy context: R. Cooke (IFAD Rural Poverty Report 2011) effective strategies for implementing innovation partnerships and Panel: Stakeholders’ approach to AR4D13:50 producing the evidence A. Dave (SEWA – Women’s Rural Organization South Asia) and understanding required for impact in A. Waters-Bayer (INSARD/CSO-GARD CSO Network) global, regional and14:10 national programs Discussion – The Plenary addressing poverty reduction and improving Putting the approach into practice: Establishing effective livelihood research partnerships for impact at scale14:40 livelihoods at scale P. Dugan (CRP Aquatic Agricultural Systems) W. Payne (CRP Dryland Agriculture)15:00 Discussion – The Plenary15:30 Coffee Break Working with national innovation pilot learning sites and inter-regional innovation platforms A. Adekunle (FARA SSA-CP/CRP 1.2 on Humid Tropics)16:00 G. Thiele (CRP Roots tubers & bananas)16:30 Discussion: Building partnerships for livelihood impacts at scale, around the above examples17:00 Reflections on the issues raised: S. Nour (CARE); M. Tusneem (ADB rtrd)17:15 Wrap up Session17:30 Close of the Session 15
  16. 16. Parallel Session: SESSION P3: PARTNERSHIPS FOR LIVELIHOOD IMPACTS Sub-Session P3.2: Turning Innovations into Market Opportunities Introduction13:30 Chair: Philip Kiriro (EAFF); Facilitator: Felicity Proctor (ESFIM) Enabling Environments and Policies for Smallholders13:40 K. Brooks (CRP Policies & Markets R. Mendez (Chile Alimentos) Collective programme14:40 partnership to strengthen Discussion – The Plenary15.30 smallholder-to-market Coffee Break linkages for agricultural innovation to increase Fostering Smallholder Entrepreneurship farmers’ profits, benefit G. Ton (ESFIM collective) households and improve16:00 K. M’Ribu (KENFAP Farmers’ Organization Kenya) rural livelihoods Sh. Chavez Carballo (Costa Rica) L. Castillo (Junta Nacional de Cafe)16:30 Discussion – The Plenary Reflections on the issues raised Responding panellists:A. Jakhar (Farmers’ Forum, India); R. Carlson (World Farmers Organization); D. Hoisington17:10 (ICRISAT); B. Alimgazinova (AgroInnovation, Kazakhstan); D. Alfaro (CGIAR Consortium)17:20 Wrap up Session17:30 Close of the Session Parallel Session: SESSION P3: PARTNERSHIPS FOR LIVELIHOOD IMPACTS Sub-Session P3.3: Rebuilding Livelihoods in Protracted Crises Introduction13:30 A new collective initiative Chair: Mahmoud Solh (ICARDA); Facilitator: Irene Frempong (FARA) launched to help rebuild Post-conflict countries: I. Frempong (FARA: results of workshop on capacity for agricultural innovation in post-conflict and revitalize countries) communities to move from dependency to self-13.50 Rwanda: a country example: J.-J. Mbonigaba (Government of Rwanda, Ag Board) sufficiency by mobilizing the role of agricultural knowledge and innovation Sierra Leone: a country example: A. Dixon (Sierra Leone Agricultural Research Institute) in post-conflict and fragile14:30 States Discussion – The Plenary 16
  17. 17. 15:30 Coffee Break Role of International Systems: M. Solh (ICARDA) Afghanistan - provision of innovative technologies: J. Rizvi (ICARDA-Afghanistan)16:00 Iraq – replacing lost AR4D: S. B. Fatlawi (Iraq, ARC) Haiti post earthquake: M.R.Pierre Louis (Haiti, IICA)16:40 Discussion – The Plenary Reflections on the issues raised: requirements for collective action17:00 Responding Panellists: E. Hillenbrand (HKI)17:20 Wrap up Session17:30 Close of the Session Parallel Session: SESSION C3: SHARING AND USING AGRICULTURAL KNOWLEDGE Sub-Session C3.1: Access, Sharing and Transformation of Agricultural Information Introduction13.30 Chair: Enrica Porcari (CGIAR); Facilitator: Stephen Rudgard(CIARD Core Group)13.40 Framework for Data and Information Sharing: K. Bheenik (CTA-CIARD Core Group) Coherent institutional and network collaborations Panel Discussion: developed and scaled out The role of regional organizations in opening access and improving use – Challenges and Opportunities: M. for improving sharing, Wopereis (FARA) exchange and effective Fostering investment in knowledge sharing approaches for agricultural innovation: E. Pehu (World Bank) use of data, information14.10 CGIAR approaches to sharing research data and information: W. Dar (ICRISAT) and knowledge globally Policy and practice for opening agricultural information in the USA: M. Bohman (USDA) Policy and action on opening agricultural information and data in China: D. Feng (CAAS) Ghana’s experience in opening the outputs of research to farmers: A. Salifu (CSIR)15.10 Discussion on key actions – Working Group15:30 Coffee Break16:00 Discussion – The Plenary17:00 Reflections on issues raised Responding panellists: Attaluri (APAARI); S. Hearn (ACIAR)17:20 Wrap up Session - Chair17:30 Close of the Session 17
  18. 18. Parallel Session: SESSION C3: SHARING AND USING AGRICULTURAL KNOWLEDGE Sub-Session C3.2: Innovative Knowledge and Advisory Services Introduction to the Sub-Session and presenters 13.30 Chair: S. Nahdy (AFAAS); Facilitator: S. Canney Davison (GFRAS) Institutional and network collaboration developed 13.35 for improving knowledge Overview: New Extensionist: Recommendations for Action in Capacities for Advisory Services in the Road Map: and advisory services for K. Davis (GFRAS) resource poor small holder farmers globally Strengthening Capacity for National Advisory Services Multi-stakeholder Platforms: The AFAAS Country Fora: J. 13.50 Mutimba (AFAAS) 14:05 Strengthening Regional Capacity in Latin America for Joint Action in Research, Advisory Services, and Innovation: L. Ramirez (RELASER/FORAGRO) 14:20 Strengthening Global Capacities for Effective Knowledge and Advisory Services: T.Nichols (CABI Plantwise) 14:30 Capacity Examples at National and Inter-regional Level (Asia – India): K.D. Kokate (ICAR) 14.40 Q & A Plenary Discussion: Facilitator 15:00 Group Activity Leading to Session Outcomes: Facilitator 15.30 Coffee Break 16:00 Group Activity Leading to Session Outcomes(contd.): Facilitator 16:30 Summaries from Group Activity by Panellists + Recommendations for GCARD Plenary: Rapporteurs 17:30 Close of the Session: Chair Global Marketplace: Linking Farmers to Markets and Introduction to the Field Day Moderator of the Panel: Mario Allegri The Uruguayan agricultural sector: E. Benech (Vice Minister of Agriculture)17:30-20:30 The agricultural innovation system: A. Roel (President, INIA) The Marketplace/Field Day approach: V. Musselli (INIA) Demonstration of the Digital Platform: J. Elhordoy (INIA) Buffet Dinner 18
  19. 19. 31 October 2012 Conference Session Conference Field Day – Organized by Host Country, including Farmers’ Panel CGIAR Fund Council Meeting (All Day) Rapporteurs’ Summary Preparation1 November 2012 Conference Session Sessions’ Outcomes “Agenda for Action” towards GCARD 2014 Co-chairs: Monty Jones and Carlos Perez del Castillo Presentation of Theme Sessions’ Outcomes (3 Presenters tba) Implications of the GCARD for Taking forward the CGIAR’s Work: Frank Rijsberman (CGIAR CEO) Taking forward Global Programmes around the Conference Themes: Mark Holderness (GFAR Executive Secretary) 09:00-11:00 Panel: Implementing the GCARD Roadmap: Collective Actions by 2014  Farmers: Ajay Jakhar (Bharat Krishak Samaj - Farmers Forum India) and Robert Carlson (World Farmers Organization)  NGOs: Sonali Bisht (IMHE)  Private Sector: Ernesto Brovelli (Coca-Cola Company and SAI Platform)  Advisory: Margaret Kroma (AGRA)  Education: Martin Kropff (University of Wageningen)  National Research: Alvaro Roel (INIA Uruguay) International Partners: Patrick Caron (CIRAD)  11:00-11:30 Coffee Break Conference Closing Session Raj Paroda, Chair, GCARD2 Organizing Committee 11:30-12:30 Rachel Kyte, Chair of the CGIAR Fund Council H.E. Tabaré Aguerre, Host Minister of Agriculture Vote of Thanks: Mark Holderness 12:30 GCARD 2012 Closure 14:00-18:00 CGIAR Fund Council Meeting (continued) 19
  20. 20. GFAR Program Committee Meeting 18:30 Dinner Meeting of the CGIAR Consortium Board, Fund Council and Directors General2 November 2012 CGIAR Funders Forum (CGIAR Members) 08:30-13:00 GFAR Steering Committee Meeting 13:00-14:00 Lunch Break 20