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ICRAF. Joseph Tanui Email:[email protected] CHALLENGE. Enabling landscape level ecosystem integrity for improved productivity, livelihoods and conservation. Scale perspectives. Systems. International treaties, food security and climate change perspectives. Landscapes.

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Icraf

ICRAF

Joseph Tanui

Email:[email protected]


Challenge
CHALLENGE

Enabling landscape level ecosystem integrity for improved productivity, livelihoods and conservation


Scale perspectives
Scale perspectives

Systems

International treaties, food security and climate change perspectives

Landscapes

Vertical and horizontal integration of the biophysical and social economic

Watershed

Local governance, biodiversity , common property regimes

Farm

Agricultural productivity, land tenure , income and expenditure flows

Plot

Crop productivity, nutrient cycling, soil (fertility, depth, slope)

Tree

Tree tenure, Niche compatibility and multipurpose use


So what do we need
SO WHAT DO WE NEED

  • A clearly articulated framework that provides information about:

    • The landscape issues at hand

    • Policy support [Existing and Required]

    • Multi-functionality of landscapes

    • Landscape actors across levels

    • Enabling environment & existing mechanisms


How and why
HOW AND WHY

  • Scenario analysis – setting the scene

  • Identification of emerging themes

  • Stakeholder identification and mapping

  • Policy and project initiatives that are already in place– knowledge sharing/ brokering

  • Work plan development – Supportive policy initiatives/ way forward




Application areas
APPLICATION AREAS

  • This approach has been successfully applied to two initiatives including :

    • Integrated Landscapes management initiatives across five landscapes in Kenya

    • Scaling up the adoption of trees on farm for food security in four landscapes in Ethiopia and Rwanda of varying AEZ characteristics