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Livestock CRP capacity needs assessment
Summary of 2017 country needs assessments (CAN) conducted in
Ethiopia, Nicaragua, ...
Outline
1. Livestock CRP CNA - an introduction
2. CNA methodology
3. Key findings
4. Recommendations
Outline
1. Livestock CRP CNA – introduction and purpose
Livestock CRP CNA – introduction and purpose
The capacity needs assessment (CNA) looked at the gap between where
capacitie...
2. Methodology
Methods and process
Methodology and tools: Developed and tested
methodology and data collection tools
(framework, FGD & KI...
Methods and process
Interviews: A total of 103 people were interviewed;
34 key informant interviews and 17 FGDs were
condu...
Methodology: Process cycle
Capacity
performance
Current capacity
Capacity gaps
identified
Desired
performance
Improved
cap...
Methodology: Process cycle
Capacity gaps
identified
Capacity
development
solutions
designed and
implemented to
address roo...
3. Key findings
Key Findings
• Limited policy awareness and participation by partners.
• Poor policy coordination and implementation (diss...
Key Findings (continued)
• Limited partnership skills of Livestock CRP and partners. Partnership structures
are inconsiste...
4 Recommendations
1. Develop training methodology capacity
2. Develop partnership management capacity (support to the ongoing partnership wo...
• Develop training methodology capacity
• Developing partnership management capacity in collaboration with Helen
(partners...
Developing partnership management capacity in collaboration with
Helen
• Develop a partnership management training manual ...
Develop capacity of extension workers to overcome barriers to
communicating with farmers / pastoralists
• Train frontline ...
Develop digital extension
• Introduce ICT/mobile learning training e.g. IVR, offline first mobile
content, web based learn...
Develop targeted advocacy messages on policy awareness
• Policy mapping to draw out specific messages targeting the
variou...
Training on project management skills targeting implementation level
staff
• Develop blended learning content with perform...
CGIAR Research Program on Livestock
livestock.cgiar.org
The CGIAR Research Program on Livestock aims to increase the produ...
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Livestock CRP capacity needs assessment: Summary of 2017 country needs assessments (CAN) conducted in Ethiopia, Nicaragua, Tanzania, Tunisia and Uganda

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Presented by Leah Symekher, Edwin Kangethe, Mamusha Woldegiorgis, Phil Sambati and Iddo Dror, 21 February 2018

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Livestock CRP capacity needs assessment: Summary of 2017 country needs assessments (CAN) conducted in Ethiopia, Nicaragua, Tanzania, Tunisia and Uganda

  1. 1. Livestock CRP capacity needs assessment Summary of 2017 country needs assessments (CAN) conducted in Ethiopia, Nicaragua, Tanzania, Tunisia, Uganda Leah Symekher, Edwin Kangethe, Mamusha Woldegiorgis, Phil Sambati and Iddo Dror 21 February 2018
  2. 2. Outline 1. Livestock CRP CNA - an introduction 2. CNA methodology 3. Key findings 4. Recommendations Outline
  3. 3. 1. Livestock CRP CNA – introduction and purpose
  4. 4. Livestock CRP CNA – introduction and purpose The capacity needs assessment (CNA) looked at the gap between where capacities stand and where they need to be to scale. The CNA looked at capacities across the CRP as a whole and within the 5 flagships - Animal genetics, Animal Health, environment, feeds and forages, and Livelihoods and Agri-food Systems. Assessments were conducted in 5 Livestock CRP countries: Ethiopia, Nicaragua, Tanzania, Tunisia, and Uganda. 1. Livestock CRP CNA – introduction and purpose
  5. 5. 2. Methodology
  6. 6. Methods and process Methodology and tools: Developed and tested methodology and data collection tools (framework, FGD & KII instruments) with Africa RISING in Mali, & Ethiopia Process: ILRI CapDev team conducted country assessments in Uganda, Ethiopia & Tanzania. Data collection done by CIAT in Nicaragua and ICARDA in Tunisia. Methodology
  7. 7. Methods and process Interviews: A total of 103 people were interviewed; 34 key informant interviews and 17 FGDs were conducted across the five countries Reports: Individual country reports for the five countries, one consolidated report for the Livestock CRP and a Livestock CRP Capacity Development Strategy document. Methodology (continued)
  8. 8. Methodology: Process cycle Capacity performance Current capacity Capacity gaps identified Desired performance Improved capacity Capacity gaps Resolved Capacity development solutions designed and implemented to address root causes of capacity gaps Monitoring and evaluation to measure changes in performance and capacity performance and capacity gaps
  9. 9. Methodology: Process cycle Capacity gaps identified Capacity development solutions designed and implemented to address root causes of capacity gaps
  10. 10. 3. Key findings
  11. 11. Key Findings • Limited policy awareness and participation by partners. • Poor policy coordination and implementation (dissemination, enforcement, regulation) • Need for better application of training methodology and learning principles. • Limited capacity for process-oriented learning and knowledge capturing • Limited access to relevant knowledge by partners and government especially at the lower levels. Key findings
  12. 12. Key Findings (continued) • Limited partnership skills of Livestock CRP and partners. Partnership structures are inconsistent, and projects don’t document and learn from their experiences as much as they could. • Limited project management skills (planning, implementation, financial and data management) at the implementation level • Limited government resources for extension activities • Limited skills of extension staff in analyzing socio-cultural factors hindering engagement (communication, participation, adoption) by farmers Key findings (continued)
  13. 13. 4 Recommendations
  14. 14. 1. Develop training methodology capacity 2. Develop partnership management capacity (support to the ongoing partnership work). 3. Develop capacity of extension workers to overcome barriers to communicating with farmers / pastoralists 4. Develop digital extension solutions to enhance current (low) extension capacities. 5. Develop and disseminate targeted advocacy messages (linked to the GLAD work) 6. Training on project management skills targeting implementation level staff Recommendations Summary
  15. 15. • Develop training methodology capacity • Developing partnership management capacity in collaboration with Helen (partnership) • Develop capacity of extension workers to overcome barriers to communicating with farmers / pastoralists • Develop digital extension as a solution for inadequate resources by government • Develop targeted advocacy messages on policy awareness • Training on project management skills targeting implementation level staff Recommendations (part 1)
  16. 16. Developing partnership management capacity in collaboration with Helen • Develop a partnership management training manual and support for project/programme management level and implementation level • Develop and facilitate training workshop on partnership design and management • Develop tools/ guides and facilitate mentorship programme on partnerships Recommendations (part 2)
  17. 17. Develop capacity of extension workers to overcome barriers to communicating with farmers / pastoralists • Train frontline staff on contextualisation of materials/content to specific target groups e.g., low literacy groups, gender roles consideration, cultural dynamics, geolocation etc. Recommendations (part 3)
  18. 18. Develop digital extension • Introduce ICT/mobile learning training e.g. IVR, offline first mobile content, web based learning resources • Introduce SMS solutions for wide scale information delivery e.g. TextIt • Introduce mobile solutions to improve data collection e.g. crowdsourcing SMS tools for disease surveillance tools Recommendations (part 4)
  19. 19. Develop targeted advocacy messages on policy awareness • Policy mapping to draw out specific messages targeting the various policy actors – govt enforcement agencies, veterinary officers, farmers, inputs and services providers etc. • Develop audience specific policy awareness messages and align the messages with effective delivery mediums e.g. SMS pocket book, radio, social media content Recommendations (part 5)
  20. 20. Training on project management skills targeting implementation level staff • Develop blended learning content with performance support to improve project management skills specific to various target audience • Provide access to appropriate project management self study materials such open educational resources Recommendations (part 6)
  21. 21. CGIAR Research Program on Livestock livestock.cgiar.org The CGIAR Research Program on Livestock aims to increase the productivity and profitability of livestock agri-food systems in sustainable ways, making meat, milk and eggs more available and affordable across the developing world. This presentation is licensed for use under the Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International Licence. The program thanks all donors and organizations which globally support its work through their contributions to the CGIAR Trust Fund

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