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Dryland Systems: . Integrated and Sustainable Agricultural Production Systems for Improved Food Security and Livelihoods in Dry Areas [CRP1.1] Regional Inception Workshop NA & WA Rabat, 2-4 July 2012.

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Dryland Systems:

Integrated and Sustainable Agricultural Production Systems for Improved Food Security and Livelihoods in Dry Areas [CRP1.1]

Regional Inception Workshop NA & WA

Rabat, 2-4 July 2012

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CRP1.1: Integrated and Sustainable Agricultural Production Systems for Improved Food Security and Livelihoods in Dry Areas

SRT1: Effective & efficient R4D partnerships oriented to provide lasting solutions that help ensure impacts delivery

SRT2: More resilient & sustainable dryland agriculture that better manages risks & vulnerability.

SRT3: More productive, profitable, diversified & sustainably intensified dryland agriculture with well-established market linkages .

SRO4: Target, measure & maximize R4D impacts in dryland agriculture.

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Ground work to address ISPC ‘must haves’:

(a) Site characterization; Identification of major production systems within each Target Region, Benchmark Area and Action Sites.

(b) Research work plans; Identification of major constraints to and opportunities for increasing production system resilience by reducing vulnerability, and for diversifying and sustainably intensifying these production systems.

  • Steps:
  • CRP1.1 Dryland Systems Framework Development Workshop- 30 January – 1 February 2012, Dubai
  • Task Force workshop SRT2 (system resilience): April 1-4, Amman
  • Task Force workshop SRT3 (Sustainable intensification): April 9-12, Rabat
  • Expert Consultation Systems analysis and Innovation systems: May 7-10, Rabat
  • RIW July 2-4, Rabat.
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Selection of benchmark areas & action sites

Reducing vulnerability (SRT2 type)

Sustainable intensification (SRT3 type)

Circles/ovals indicate roughly the 5 Target Regions.

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Livelihood strategies

Key variables

Mixed crop & livestock

Aridity index

Length of growing period

Agro-pastoralism

Extensive pastoralism

Climate variability

Non agricultural employment

Vegetation heterogeneity

INSTITUTIONAL

MANAGEMENT

ENDOGENOUS

EXOGENOUS

Implementation programs

Institutions and policy network

Livelihood Capitals

Access to markets

Natural– water, land, vegetation

Road network

Social – herd size, communities

Infrastructural development

Financial – income & services

Physical – livestock & crops

Village – district level governance

Financial services

Human – knowledge & skills

Spatial Scale

objectives of the riw
Objectives of the RIW
  • Stakeholders involvement. To bring all up to speed, in terms of CRP1.1 scope, approach and intended impacts;
  • to finalize and validate selection and characterization of target areas, action and satellite sites;
  • to analyze lessons learned and failures in target areas, fine-tuning of research hypothec and R4D priorities;
  • to develop impact pathways, logframes and implementation plans.