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Only 10 harvests before 2030
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Building a research-for-development partnership for thriving drylands in a changing climate

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Presentation by Dr. Vinay Nangia</strong>, Global Lead – Soil, water, and Agronomy, ICARDA - Welcome remarks and introduction to DryArc Initiative

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Building a research-for-development partnership for thriving drylands in a changing climate

  1. 1. International Center for Agricultural Research in the Dry Areas icarda.org cgiar.org A CGIAR Research Center Building a research-for-development partnership for thriving drylands in a changing climate Vinay Nangia Global Team Lead – Soil, Water, and Agronomy ICARDA December 6, 2019
  2. 2. Why Do Dry Areas Matter?
  3. 3. • Adverse effects of climate change are more pronounced in the drylands • Leads to vulnerable, unsustainable and unpredictable farming • Variability and evolution of climate, diet and demography caused by changing edapho-climatic factors Climate change and increasing needs 30% 50% 70% Food Energy Water 2019 2050 9BILLION
  4. 4. 4 ICARDA is a decentralized R4D international institute focusing on dryland agriculture that combines component and systems research Staff: 400 Scientists: 80
  5. 5. ICARDA’s Mission • Reduce poverty, enhance food and nutritional insecurity, protect natural resources through science, partnership and capacity building • Demand-driven research, addressing the challenges of smallholder farmers, women, youth • Our strategy is aligned with • Sustainable Development Goals • National development priorities • CGIAR’s Strategic Results Framework 2016-2030
  6. 6. 6 DryArc Initiative Innovative and resilient agri-food systems for food and nutrition security and employment in the drylands
  7. 7. DryArc Region: Expanding with climate change
  8. 8. High unemployment, unrest and migration Food and nutrition insecurity Demographic changes, gender inequality Land degradation and desertification Loss of agrobiodiversity High water scarcity and low efficiently Double impact of climate change; increasing temperature and reducing precipitation Urbanization and heat islands The Perfect Storm Conflicts and Fragility Malnutrition High Population Land Degradation Loss of Biodiversity Water Scarcity Climate change
  9. 9. We need to move faster Only 10 harvests before 2030
  10. 10. Accelerate scaling-up Combined knowledge ICARDA IWMI ICRISAT IITA IFPRI ILRI WF CIMMYT Technology development & Transfer NARS Others Research centers RuralCommunities Support decision making DryArc a Global partnership for the Drylands CSIRO ICBA CAAS Farmer communities Cooperatives/ FPOs … ARCINRA IRESA Research partnership Strengthen resilience of rural communities and agri-food systems Systemic solutions designing, implementing, scaling out and building capacity Privatesector NGOs … ICAR … SMEs Start- ups Companies …
  11. 11. Transformative strategy
  12. 12. Knowledge Co-design with stakeholders Two complementary pathways to transform agri-food systems Countries and Institutions Science Practice Scaling systemic innovation Capacity
  13. 13. Module 1. Combine knowledge of proven technologies to design systemic innovations
  14. 14. Out-scale and upscale Apply research Systemic Innovation Policies Co-Innovation Guide research Module 2. Accelerate scaling-up of impact-targeted innovations Ex-ante and ex post assessment IntegrateCo/re-design Co-learning Improve Implement Share knowledge Adaptationtoclimatechange Sustainabledevelopment
  15. 15. Module 3. Continuous integration of innovations
  16. 16. Family Country Region Field Landscape Farm Desert farming Agro-pastroral systems Rainfed systems Irrigated systems Livestock Data for better informed decisions at multiple scales Module 4. Enabling institutional environment (decision-making, M&E, capacity, investment)
  17. 17. 17 2019 2022 2024 2027 20302020 2021 Inception Rabat Start-Up Phase 1 Phase 2 Phase 3 W2 W3-Bilateral W2 W3-Bilateral W2 W3- Bilateral W2 DryArcRoadmap Co-design workshop Benchmarking Project alignment Examples implemented Hub sites in place ToC and approach tested and revised Interface V.0 operational Reports: baseline and foresight DryArc 2022-2030 funded Hub countries Spill-over countries Hot-spots ToC and Approach tested and revised Interface V.1 operational Reports: impact and foresight DryArc 2025-2030 funded W3- Bilateral W2
  18. 18. 18 V.Nangia@cgiar.org

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