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CATIE STRATEGIC PLAN 2013 – 2022 First Draft, April 2013. Why a new Strategic Plan for CATIE?. Formal justification: end of SP 2003-2012 Actual justifications: Significant changes in the global and regional context over the last decade Major incidence of climate change (climate variability)

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why a new strategic plan for catie
Why a new Strategic Plan for CATIE?
  • Formal justification: end of SP 2003-2012
  • Actual justifications:
    • Significant changes in the global and regional context over the last decade
    • Major incidence of climate change (climate variability)
    • Major shift in funding leading to an organizational dilemma: change by design (re-engineering) or change by force.
adjusting our mandate
Adjusting Our Mandate

MISSION

  • Achieve sustainable and inclusive human wellbeing through education, research and innovation for development, promoting the sustainable management of agriculture and natural resources and the conservation of biodiversity and ecosystem services in territories of Latin America and the Caribbean.
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VISION

  • Consolidate CATIE as an international organization of excellence integrating education, research and innovation for sustainable and inclusive human wellbeing in partnership with multiple partners and countries.
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STRATEGY

  • Promote the development of climate-smart territories (CST) as a mean to achieve sustainable and inclusive human wellbeing integrating education, research and innovation for development activities in partnership with multiple partners and countries.
objectives
Objectives

Central Strategic Objective

  • Develop integrated and systemic solutions to achieve rapid progress towards the establishment of climate smart territories in different areas of the CATIE mandate region
climate smart territories
Climate-smart territories
  • Climate-smart territories are geographical and social spaces in which all ecosystem services are maintained or restored, improving the wellbeing of the local population, while continuously optimizing mitigation and adaptation to climate change.
catie priorities in cst
CATIE priorities in CST

Sustainable and inclusive human wellbeing

Climate-smart territories

strategic objectives
Strategic Objectives
  • Comprehensive and trans-disciplinary research within effective systemic approaches.
  • Innovative products and services in education, both at graduate and professional level
  • Innovative territorial initiatives across the region with partners and allies according to theneeds and priorities of the countries of the region and their rural communities.
  • Institutional reengineering process
research innovation
Research Innovation
  • Germplasm and genetic materials
  • Sustainable farming, agroforestry and forest systems
  • Management of landscapes, ecosystems and ecosystem services
  • Sustainable agribusinesses and sustainable, competitive, inclusive and equitable value chains.
  • Livelihoods, capital capitals and institutionality (agreement mechanisms, collective action and local leadership)
  • Monitoring and Knowledge Management
  • Incidence on policies, institutions and development processes
education innovation
Education Innovation
  • New graduate and training educational programs (distance andpresential)
  • New funding systems for education
  • Education Quality Management System
  • Work with graduates and their associations
outreach innovation
Outreach Innovation
  • Internal and external communications and institutional promotion
  • Joint implementation of field projects at pilot/demonstration scale
  • Promotion of services to other organizations (governmental, civil, private, others)
re engineering for enabling innovation
Re-engineering for Enabling Innovation
  • Organizational culture change management
  • Integrated programs and actions among divisions
  • CATIE units management models differentiated and articulated
  • Redesigned internal rules and processes, structure and governance schemes
  • Financial and funding management strategies
  • Institutional positioning, marketing and CATIE branding
  • Business management and operations.