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Formulating a Master Plan for National Agricultural Research (MPNAR). ADB TA 4310-CAM Presentation to TWGAW Meeting, 05 May, 2005. Presentation will include:. Brief of Master Plan Summarize objectives of TA Approach Progress to date Present ag research strategy options Future activities

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formulating a master plan for national agricultural research mpnar

Formulating a Master Plan for National Agricultural Research (MPNAR)

ADB TA 4310-CAM

Presentation to TWGAW Meeting, 05 May, 2005

presentation will include
Presentation will include:
  • Brief of Master Plan
  • Summarize objectives of TA
  • Approach
  • Progress to date
  • Present ag research strategy options
  • Future activities
  • Questions
national vision
National vision
  • Rectangular strategy includes 4 “growth rectangles”
  • i) enhancement of agriculture sector
  • ii) private sector growth and employment
  • iii) continued rehabilitation and construction of infrastructure
  • iv) capacity building and human resource development
enhancement of the agriculture sector
Enhancement of the agriculture sector
  • improved productivity and diversification
  • land reform and demining
  • fisheries reform
  • forestry reform
objectives of ta
Objectives of TA
  • Formulate a master plan for national agricultural research developed by a range of stakeholders and receive approval by the RGC
consultative process
Consultative process
  • Commodity working groups
  • Regional workshops
  • National workshops
  • Steering Committee
  • Tripartite meetings
commodity working groups
Commodity working groups
  • Crops
  • Livestock
  • Forestry
  • Fisheries
  • Agro-industry
regional meetings
Regional meetings
  • Kandal
  • Battambang
  • Kampong Cham
  • Sihanoukeville
timing of activities
Timing of activities
  • Mobilization17 January, 2005
  • Submission of final inception report 16 February, 2005
  • Submission of interim report 29 June, 2005
  • Submission of draft final report 31 October, 2005
  • Completion of final report 17 January, 2006
ta team
TA Team

2 international consultants

  • Harry Nesbitt (5 months) and
  • Elon Gilbert (3 months)

5 National consultants

  • Pheng Sophea (research 12 months)
  • Iv Phirun (research, 3 months)
  • Prok Vanny (gender/social/poverty
  • Chin Samouth (environment)
outputs
Outputs
  • SWOT analysis of sector (and region)
  • SWOT analysis of institute
  • Vision and objectives of research
  • Renewed strategy for national research
  • Priority setting for research
  • Medium term plan for research
changes in internal and external environments
Changes in internal and external environments
  • Entry into WTO
  • RGC policy of private sector growth
  • Public administration reform – decentralization and deconcentration
  • Partnership in development (rectangular strat)
  • Establishment of CAREC
  • HRD developments (influx of qualified personnel and internal tertiary improvements)
  • Reduction in donor support for research??
development of a responsive structure
Development of a responsive structure
  • National approach to agricultural research
  • Greater stakeholder involvement in research prioritization
  • Co-financing from provinces
  • Strengthened linkages
  • Vary sources of income for research
structural options
Structural options
  • Remain status quo
  • National Innovation System
  • Centralized structure
  • Pragmatic approach
pragmatic approach assumptions
Pragmatic approach assumptions
  • Cambodia is small country compared with neighbors
  • Research system possesses good facilities
  • Increasing number of qualified personnel
  • Good ICT
pragmatic approach assumptions cont
Pragmatic approach assumptions (cont.)
  • Most agricultural research remains in public sector
  • Research is market and client orientated
  • Public and private stakeholders involved in priority setting
  • Good communications between institutes
  • Good research extension linkages
pragmatic approach assumptions cont17
Pragmatic approach assumptions (cont.)
  • Research, development and extension responsibilities clearly defined
  • Research done through commodity based research centers
  • Research institutes semi autonomous
  • Research priority approval through CAREC
  • Research boards functioning
pragmatic approach difficult decisions
Pragmatic approach:Difficult decisions
  • Sharing of facilities
  • Transfer of facilities
  • Centralization of some facilities
  • Rationalization of some sectors of research
  • Plan for new research institute
  • No basic research (applied and adaptive only)
  • Dependence on other countries and IARCs for breakthrough technologies
  • Standardized salary conditions
funding options
Funding Options

Funding from

  • a) Provinces
  • b) Government line item
  • c) Competitive grant scheme
  • d) Private sector
  • e) Matching funds
  • f) Collaborative research
  • g) Grants
  • h) Levies
  • i) Development projects
future activities
Future activities
  • Priority setting for research
  • Medium term plan for research
questions
Questions
  • What are the expectations of RGC and donors for the MPNAR?
  • How should MPNAR be coordinated with other planning efforts and who should be responsible for this?
  • What are the funding prospects for ag. Research? What resource levels should the commodity working groups and TA team keep in mind in formulating proposals and setting priorities