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  1. National Agricultural Innovation Project NATIONAL AGRICULTURAL INNOVATION PROJECT Dr. J.P. Mittal National Coordinator (NAIP) Telephone No. 25848709 Email: jpm_naip@hotmail.com http://www.naip.icar.org.in March 15, 2007

  2. National Agricultural Innovation Project BACKDROP • Less than half of the targeted growth in agriculture during the 10th FYP • Farmers are in great distress • New strategy and re-orientation in R&D in agriculture necessary to support: • food & nutritional security • employment & income generation • poverty alleviation

  3. National Agricultural Innovation Project NAIP: Implementation Details • Project period: 6 years • Project Outlay: Rs. 1200 crores (US $ 250 Million, credit: US $ 200 million) • Project Launched on July 26, 2006

  4. National Agricultural Innovation Project NAIP: Approach & Methodology • Production to consumption system, end-to-end approach involving concerned stakeholders in consortium mode • Sponsored and competitive funding • Greater public-private sector partnership • Small number of big projects • Wide stakeholder consultations for project development • Strong emphasis on gender and social and environmental auditing and impact assessment

  5. National Agricultural Innovation Project NAIP: Approach & Methodology • Emphasis on business development units, Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) management, policy analysis and visioning • Ample attention to individual Learning & Capacity Building but more attention to institutional learning • Clear post-project synthesis and uptake planning • Clear-cut guidelines, decentralized rules and procedures in place before launching the project • IT-based management information system • Focus on M&E and impact assessment • Stress on knowledge management, communication and media strategy

  6. National Agricultural Innovation System + private sector +development community Market orientation Poverty orientation National Agricultural Research System Scientific capacity + other science providers Guiding Model: NAIP pushes three frontiers

  7. National Agricultural Innovation Project ICAR as the Catalyzing Agent for Management of Change in the Indian Agricultural Research System • Total allocation: Rs. 228 crores • Strengthening communication ability & information capacity • Enhanced dialogue and interaction with public at large, farming community, private sector and within ICAR system between all key functionaries • Business development units and IPR management • System-wide institutionalization of organization and management reforms like M&E and Financial management • Visioning, technology foresight and policy analysis • Emphasis on SAUs

  8. National Agricultural Innovation Project Production to Consumption Systems • Total allocation: Rs. 357 crores • About 15 Consortia with public organizations, private sector, farmer organizations, NGOs and others from across the production to consumption system • Jointly responsible for governance, design and implementation of research programs and the application of the resulting innovations • Knowledge management activities, such as the organization of conferences and innovation market places, networks and communication strategies. • Selection through a competitive process • Support to investment, operational and some personnel costs of the consortia

  9. Category: Income Augmentation and Employment Generation Sorghum in SAT Milk and Milk Products in Rainfed Areas Marine Fish Category: Export Promotion Fruits viz., Mango, Grapes, Passion Fruit etc. Spices and Value Added Products High Value Fish (Tunas, Pomfrets, Crabs) in Coastal/ Island Areas and Mariculture Category: Agro-processing Potato Buffalo Meat/ Fishes High value Soya Products Category: Resource use efficiency Conservation Agriculture Water productivity (Multiple Use) Bio-fuel National Agricultural Innovation Project Examples of Possible Value Chains

  10. EXAMPLE: VALUE CHAIN ON MEAT AND MEAT PRODUCTS Potential Consortium Partners Important Aspects Most Critical Missing Links • Identification and estimation of pesticidal and antibiotic residues • Packaging of meat and meat products Consumption (Safety & Quality) IVRI, NCL, IIP • Demand & supply (domestic & global) analysis • Market intelligence NCAP, IEG, DMI, NCAER Marketing NRC (Meat)/IVRI, Vety.College, Tirupati, CFTRI, DFRL, Hind (Agro), Al-kabeer, Allanasons • Slaughter house byproducts utilization • Tenderization of spent animal’s meat Processing IVRI, TNVASU, BAIF • Research on Feed supplements and micronutrients • Research on health cover Production KVKs, E-chaupals, ATMAs, FOs, PRIs, VKCs, SHGs Farmers Processors Traders/Exporters Consumers Government

  11. National Agricultural Innovation Project Sustainable Rural Livelihood Security • Total allocation: Rs. 350 crores • Focus on 150 disadvantaged districts selected by Planning commission on the basis of index of backwardness • About 20 regionally based consortia • Emphasis on participatory approaches for defining and implementing the agenda. • Integration with the activities of rural development projects, Agricultural Technology Management Agencies, other State extension initiatives and NGO’s • Invited as well as a competitive grants elements • NRM, food and nutritional security, farming systems research

  12. Organize into SHGs Agro-processing Vocational Training; Marketing facilities Trainings, FLDs, HRD of Extension Functionariee Web portal EXAMPLE: DROUGHT PRONE/RAINFED AGRICULTURE AREAS In-situ soil moisture conservation; Drought proofing technologies ICAR, SAUs, CGIAR, MOEF NGOs, Banks, MOSW, Insurance Companies Resource scarcity and lack of self mobilisation risk Drought prone rainfed agriculture Technology refinement, demonstrations in all enterprises including post-harvest processing structures Private Sector, IITs, Line Deptts., APMC, Development Banks KVKs, ATMAs, CAPART, NGOs Poor-adoption of appropriate package of practices Insufficient and inefficient livelihood support system Under employment Alternate land use; Integrated farming systems; Production to Consumption system with emphasis on diversification; Improvement of CPRs ICAR, SAUs, ATMA, Line Deptts., Private Sector Only Field crops, less diversified farms Less access to knowledge/ information ICAR, SAUs, ATMAs Potential Consortium Partners Potential Consortium Partners Interventions Causes Causes Interventions Problem BIO-PHYSICAL PART SOCIO-ECONOMIC PART Interventions

  13. Governance Structure for the National Agricultural Innovation Project National Steering Committee Project Management Committee Research Programme Committee O&M Programme Committee O&M Advisory Group TAG 2 TAG 3 TAG 4 Project Implementation Unit National Director Administration Finance Procurement National Co-ordinator (O&M) Component 1 National Coordinator (Value Chain) Component 2 National Coordinator (Livelihood- Improvement) Component 3 National Coordinator (Basic & Strategic Research) Component 4 As in Component 2 As in Component 2 Project 1 Project 2 Project N CAC 1 CAC 2 CAC N TAG = Technical Advisory Group CIC 1 CIC 2 CIC N CAC = Consortium Advisory Committee Cons 1 Cons 2 Cons N CIC = Consortium Implementation Committee

  14. National Agricultural Innovation Project Thank You