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Effective Tools for
Understanding,
Managing and
Accelerating
Impact
26 October 2017 Webinar
Welcome and Introductions
Chair
Daniele Giovannucci
President, COSA
Organizer
Peter Casier
GFAR Community Coordinator
Chair
Daniele Giovannucci
President, COSA
Panelist
Jessica Mullan
Measurement Systems Manager
Panelist
Keith Child
Senior ...
for the public good
Working together to foster secure and resilient
farm communities, feed a hungry planet, and
sustain th...
Collective
Impact
Partners
COSA
Solutions
Who defines sustainability ?
454 labels ?
Harmonization ?
Sampling of collaborations to harmonize
 FAO SAFA (for Smallholders) – global metrics with FAO, Grameen, Soils&More, etc
...
COSA Scientific Committee
Tanguy Bernard – Int’l Food Policy Research Institute
Lawrence Busch – Michigan State University...
Scientific solutions that
accelerate sustainability
When you are Serious About Sustainability
… nice, but not enough
new era in sustainability:
Effectiveness, Impact, ROI
Metrics
D2K
D2K
LeanCleanMultidimensional
Low Cost Reliable On time
Sustainability is Big, Complex and Slow
World is crazier and more of it than we think,
Incorrigibly plural …
-- Louis MacN...
Applied Scientific Solutions
• Hybrid-Evaluation Designs and Mixed Methods
• Data Linking
• Shared Measurement
COSA Indicators
Jessica Mullan
Measurement Systems Manager
100s
Standardized
Indicators
Tested34,000times
Aligned with International and Normative References
• OECD Agri-Environmental Indicators
• OECD Economic Guidelines
• Rams...
SMART Principles
• Specific
• Measurable
• Actionable
• Realistic
• Trackable
scientific rigor
business-driven
pragmatism
Balance
Indicator
Families
Coffee
Cocoa
Sugar
Topics
Crops
Resilience
Gender
Producer Organizations
Tea
Cotton
Landscape
Food Crop...
In depthIn depth
Impact
Assessment
Year 3
Strategic
Decisions
Baseline
Assessment
Start Year 1 Year 2
Performance Monitori...
Choices to Manage Data Accuracy + Credibility
Quality-veracity vary based on factors such as where
you source data, who co...
Performance Monitoring Steps
Set up
1
Work Plan
2
Survey
3
Training
4
Gather
Data
5
Report &
Learn
6
COSA
Solutions
Advisory
Services
Knowledge
Mgmt
SMART
Indicators
• Best practices M&E design
• Map realities and goals
• D...
Advisory
Services
Knowledge
Mgmt
Integrated
Systems • Advanced analytics
• Data into strategic knowledge
• Dashboards & Sc...
Trader
NGOs
Mill
Buyers
Export
Consumers
Investors
multi-sided platform to optimize value & flow of data
Producer
Communit...
Seamless Sustainability Intelligence System
Collect Connect Transform
How COSA creates and delivers value?
Africa Partnerships
Real-time dashboards
track performance
Real-time dashboards
track performance
Participants
Scorecard
Processor
Engagement
Transparency
100%
100%
7%
100%
Compliance
Processor
Processor Scorecard
Transp...
Real-time dashboards
track performance
Knowledge
Mgmt
SMART
Indicators
• Farms
• Workers
• Resilience
• Gender
• Producer Organizations
• Supply Chains
• Landsca...
Producer Organization Diagnostic
Purpose
Understanding the key roles of POs
• Target: managers, members, orgs that interface
• Diagnostic, Learning, Benchm...
Participatory x 30
Social
• Membership and Organizational Structure
• PO Services to Community
• Management and Systems
• Democratic Governan...
Environmental
• Environmental practices by the PO
• Certification
• Services that promote farmer-level enviro benefits
• D...
Economic
• Business Systems (eg. quality control)
• Production Support to Farmers (eg. training and TA)
• Commercial Perfo...
Take the Survey
One billion people are members of the 2.6 million cooperatives and producer organizations world-wide.
Rapi...
What community empowerment activity does the Organization support?
SaveSave
Human
Rights
None Food
Security
Youth
Empowerm...
Number of Crops the PO
works with?
2
1-3Hectares
Cotton Fruit & Veg
Tea
Coffee Cocoa
Which Crops does the PO focus
on prim...
Producer Organization Diagnostic Scorecard
Benchmark your
organization to others
(Compare across 6 themes)
Advisory
Services
Knowledge
Mgmt
Integrated
Systems
• Compliance & Verification
• Traceability & Transparency
• Tracking P...
Panelist
Vera Espindola Rafael
Director for Sustainability and Shared
Value, Mexico Agriculture Secretariat
-SAGARPA
Panel...
Panelist
Vera Espindola Rafael
Director for Sustainability and Shared
Value, Mexico Agriculture Secretariat
-SAGARPA
Panelist
David Piza
Director of Corporate Social
Responsibility and Sustainability,
S&D Coffee & Tea
Panelist
Ruth Martínez
Manager, Climate Change Adaptation
in Farming Systems
Conservation International
Q&A Moderator
David Thomas
Lead Facilitator,
Global Landscapes Forum
Live Q+A
Thank you.
the recording will be sent to you
COSA is not for profit and supported in part by leading agencies including th...
GFAR COSA GLF webinar on "Effective Tools for Understanding, Managing and Accelerating Impact"
GFAR COSA GLF webinar on "Effective Tools for Understanding, Managing and Accelerating Impact"
GFAR COSA GLF webinar on "Effective Tools for Understanding, Managing and Accelerating Impact"
GFAR COSA GLF webinar on "Effective Tools for Understanding, Managing and Accelerating Impact"
GFAR COSA GLF webinar on "Effective Tools for Understanding, Managing and Accelerating Impact"
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This webinar was co-organised by GFAR, COSA and GLF and is part of a wider series on agricultural research & innovation,eco-systems management and sustainable development.

It was introduced in this blogpost: https://blog.gfar.net/2017/10/13/join-cosa-gfar-impact-webinar/

The video recording of the actual webinar can be found on our Youtube channel: Effective https://youtu.be/RtYlWo_Ok5o

With thanks to our co-hosts in this webinar: (COSA) Global Landscapes forum (GLF) and Committee on Sustainability Assessment (COSA) -
https://thecosa.org/
http://landscapes.org

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GFAR COSA GLF webinar on "Effective Tools for Understanding, Managing and Accelerating Impact"

  1. 1. Effective Tools for Understanding, Managing and Accelerating Impact 26 October 2017 Webinar
  2. 2. Welcome and Introductions Chair Daniele Giovannucci President, COSA Organizer Peter Casier GFAR Community Coordinator
  3. 3. Chair Daniele Giovannucci President, COSA Panelist Jessica Mullan Measurement Systems Manager Panelist Keith Child Senior Research Advisor Presenting the tools Panelist in absentia Audra Wilson-Max Communications Manager
  4. 4. for the public good Working together to foster secure and resilient farm communities, feed a hungry planet, and sustain the environment.
  5. 5. Collective Impact Partners COSA Solutions
  6. 6. Who defines sustainability ? 454 labels ? Harmonization ?
  7. 7. Sampling of collaborations to harmonize  FAO SAFA (for Smallholders) – global metrics with FAO, Grameen, Soils&More, etc  Shared Approach for Smallholder Performance Measurement - Sustainable Food Lab, ISEAL, Rainforest Alliance, Wageningen (CDI), Nestlé, Root Capital, IDH, Mars, Ford Foundation.  United Nations Division for Sustainable Development and Rio+20 Earth Summit – led four global teams & 72 contributors formulating the strategic input on Food and Agriculture  InterAmerican Development Bank SAFE Platform – dozens of firms and institutions using common metrics and reporting into one knowledge base  Measuring Smallholder Incomes: Towards Better Alignment & Reporting of Farm Economic Metrics - joint initiative with ISEAL Alliance and Sustainable Food Lab  United Nations Forum on Sustainability Standards – Advisory Board  Sustainability Assessment Tools - Textile Exchange, Ford Foundation & a variety of organizations
  8. 8. COSA Scientific Committee Tanguy Bernard – Int’l Food Policy Research Institute Lawrence Busch – Michigan State University Alain DeJanvry – University of California Berkeley Michael Hiscox – Harvard University Jeremy Haggar – University of Greenwich (NRI-CATIE) Steven Jaffee – World Bank Jaya Krishnakumar – University of Geneva Dagmar Mithöfer – U- Rhein-Waal University Bob Picciotto – Kings College & World Bank Director General Evaluation ret.) Krislert Samphantharak – University of California San Diego
  9. 9. Scientific solutions that accelerate sustainability When you are Serious About Sustainability … nice, but not enough
  10. 10. new era in sustainability: Effectiveness, Impact, ROI
  11. 11. Metrics
  12. 12. D2K
  13. 13. D2K LeanCleanMultidimensional Low Cost Reliable On time
  14. 14. Sustainability is Big, Complex and Slow World is crazier and more of it than we think, Incorrigibly plural … -- Louis MacNeice, “Snow”
  15. 15. Applied Scientific Solutions • Hybrid-Evaluation Designs and Mixed Methods • Data Linking • Shared Measurement
  16. 16. COSA Indicators Jessica Mullan Measurement Systems Manager
  17. 17. 100s Standardized Indicators Tested34,000times
  18. 18. Aligned with International and Normative References • OECD Agri-Environmental Indicators • OECD Economic Guidelines • Ramsar Convention on Wetlands • Rio Declaration • Stockholm Convention on Persistent Organic Pollutants • UN Convention to Combat Desertification • UN Framework Convention on Climate Change • Universal Declaration of Human Rights • Winnipeg Principles • WHO Guidelines for Water Quality • CITES Convention • Convention on Biological Diversity • FAO Rome Declaration on World Food Security • FAO GAP • Global Compact - UN • IFC Social and Environmental Policies & Performance Standards • ILO Core 8 Conventions • International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights • International Plant Protection Convention • Millennium Development Goals
  19. 19. SMART Principles • Specific • Measurable • Actionable • Realistic • Trackable
  20. 20. scientific rigor business-driven pragmatism Balance
  21. 21. Indicator Families Coffee Cocoa Sugar Topics Crops Resilience Gender Producer Organizations Tea Cotton Landscape Food Crops Supply Chains
  22. 22. In depthIn depth Impact Assessment Year 3 Strategic Decisions Baseline Assessment Start Year 1 Year 2 Performance Monitoring
  23. 23. Choices to Manage Data Accuracy + Credibility Quality-veracity vary based on factors such as where you source data, who collects it, etc.
  24. 24. Performance Monitoring Steps Set up 1 Work Plan 2 Survey 3 Training 4 Gather Data 5 Report & Learn 6
  25. 25. COSA Solutions Advisory Services Knowledge Mgmt SMART Indicators • Best practices M&E design • Map realities and goals • Define strategic impact paths Advisory Services Integrated Systems
  26. 26. Advisory Services Knowledge Mgmt Integrated Systems • Advanced analytics • Data into strategic knowledge • Dashboards & Scorecards • ROI Knowledge Mgmt SMART Indicators COSA Solutions
  27. 27. Trader NGOs Mill Buyers Export Consumers Investors multi-sided platform to optimize value & flow of data Producer Community Landscape Co-op R & D Donors
  28. 28. Seamless Sustainability Intelligence System Collect Connect Transform How COSA creates and delivers value?
  29. 29. Africa Partnerships Real-time dashboards track performance
  30. 30. Real-time dashboards track performance
  31. 31. Participants Scorecard Processor Engagement Transparency 100% 100% 7% 100% Compliance Processor Processor Scorecard Transparency 100% 100% 40% 100% Engagement Compliance Transparency Traceability Engagement Compliance Origin Overview
  32. 32. Real-time dashboards track performance
  33. 33. Knowledge Mgmt SMART Indicators • Farms • Workers • Resilience • Gender • Producer Organizations • Supply Chains • Landscapes & Sector Advisory Services Integrated Systems COSA Solutions COSA Solutions
  34. 34. Producer Organization Diagnostic
  35. 35. Purpose Understanding the key roles of POs • Target: managers, members, orgs that interface • Diagnostic, Learning, Benchmarking (pointing to prescriptive) • Multi-dimensional perspective & Actionable framing
  36. 36. Participatory x 30
  37. 37. Social • Membership and Organizational Structure • PO Services to Community • Management and Systems • Democratic Governance & Policies
  38. 38. Environmental • Environmental practices by the PO • Certification • Services that promote farmer-level enviro benefits • Dissemination of key conservation practices
  39. 39. Economic • Business Systems (eg. quality control) • Production Support to Farmers (eg. training and TA) • Commercial Performance (eg. volume sold) • Financial Sustainability Indicators
  40. 40. Take the Survey One billion people are members of the 2.6 million cooperatives and producer organizations world-wide. Rapidly diagnose the effectiveness and viability of a producer organization or agricultural enterprise with this state-of-the-art assessment
  41. 41. What community empowerment activity does the Organization support? SaveSave Human Rights None Food Security Youth Empowerment Community Projects Labour Rights Producer organizations can play an important role to empower members and the community, catalysing positive change that can include women’s participation in leadership, respecting worker rights, and ensuring that members can meet their basic needs. Did you know X Gender Equity
  42. 42. Number of Crops the PO works with? 2 1-3Hectares Cotton Fruit & Veg Tea Coffee Cocoa Which Crops does the PO focus on primarily? Other Grains Livestock Oils & Seeds Honey Save Crop diversification decreases the dependence of farmers on only one source of income. Caveat: taking on too many crops, or being unprepared for new crops, can dilute focus and increase risk Did you know X Considering most PO members, what is their average farm size? 1-1ha 1-3ha 3-9ha 10+ha
  43. 43. Producer Organization Diagnostic Scorecard Benchmark your organization to others (Compare across 6 themes)
  44. 44. Advisory Services Knowledge Mgmt Integrated Systems • Compliance & Verification • Traceability & Transparency • Tracking Performance • Managing Risk • Assessing Impact Integrated Systems SMART Indicators Partner Solutions
  45. 45. Panelist Vera Espindola Rafael Director for Sustainability and Shared Value, Mexico Agriculture Secretariat -SAGARPA Panelist David Piza Director of Corporate Social Responsibility and Sustainability, S&D Coffee & Tea Panelist Ruth Martínez Manager, Climate Change Adaptation in Farming Systems Conservation International Panelist in absentia Celia Harvey Vice President, Global Change and Ecosystem Services, Conservation International Panelist in absentia Molly Laverty Director of Sustainability, Farmer Brothers Q&A Moderator David Thomas Lead Facilitator, Global Landscapes Forum
  46. 46. Panelist Vera Espindola Rafael Director for Sustainability and Shared Value, Mexico Agriculture Secretariat -SAGARPA
  47. 47. Panelist David Piza Director of Corporate Social Responsibility and Sustainability, S&D Coffee & Tea
  48. 48. Panelist Ruth Martínez Manager, Climate Change Adaptation in Farming Systems Conservation International
  49. 49. Q&A Moderator David Thomas Lead Facilitator, Global Landscapes Forum Live Q+A
  50. 50. Thank you. the recording will be sent to you COSA is not for profit and supported in part by leading agencies including the Swiss Government (SECO), Ford Foundation, and InterAmerican Development Bank (MIF). More questions: info@theCOSA.org

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