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Decision-support framework for targeting investment towards
climate-smart agriculture practices and programs
Our Common Fu...
Alliance for CSA in Africa
Vision
25 x 25
Map of a selection of CIAT-ICRAF CSA initiatives
with CCAFS, WB, USAID from 2014...
“The overall aim …. is to support efforts
from the local to global levels
for sustainably using agricultural systems to ac...
No blanket recommendations
Not
CSA
CSA
Many practices/programs/policies
can be CSA somewhere
But none are likely CSA every...
A set of filters for
evaluating CSA options &
establishing CSA
investment portfolios
CSA Prioritization
Framework
Users:
1...
CSA Prioritization Framework
Filters for selecting CSA investment portfolios
*Analysis of
context variables
Long list of
C...
Workshop 1
Guatemala
Filtering: Indicators of CSA Pillars
Workshop
Literature
review
Expert
interview
+
+
Lessons:
• Parti...
Prioritized
Practices
Portfolios Designers
Producers Research MoAgr
Agroforestry
systems: live fence 
Varieties tolerant ...
Lesson:
Process is as important as
the content
• Discussions of data create
space for collaborative
integrated planning
be...
Lesson: Local ownership is critical to prioritization
• Local communities act as researchers
• Minimize extractive data co...
• Integrating qualitative and
quantitative assessment is
critical to CSA planning
• Link across levels and bring
together ...
Partnerships for Scaling CSA
CSA-Plan
Uptake of CSA Plan components, including CSA PF,
in 15+ countries in Asia and Africa...
Caitlin Corner-Dolloff
c.corner-dolloff@cigar.org
additional information at:
ccafs.cgiar.org/climate-smart-agriculture-pri...
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CSA Prioritization Framework and Pilot Outcomes

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Presentation from Dr Caitlin Corner-Dolloff (CIAT) about decision-support framework for targeting investment towards climate-smart agriculture, presented on July 8 at the Our Common Future Under Climate Change science conference in Paris.

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CSA Prioritization Framework and Pilot Outcomes

  1. 1. Decision-support framework for targeting investment towards climate-smart agriculture practices and programs Our Common Future Under Climate Change Paris, France 8 July 2015 Caitlin Corner-Dolloff1 c.corner-dolloff@cigar.org AM. Loboguerrero2, M. Lizarazo2, A. Nowak1, F. Howland1, N. Andrieu3, A. Jarvis1,4 (1) International Center for Tropical Agriculture (CIAT), Decision and Policy Analysis Research Area, Cali, Colombia; (2) CCAFS, Latinoamerica, Cali, Colombia; (3) CIRAD, L’unité mixte de recherche innovation et développement dans l’agriculture et l’agroalimentaire, Montpellier, France; (4) CCAFS, CSA Practices Flagship, Cali, Colombia © CIAT/Neil Palmer
  2. 2. Alliance for CSA in Africa Vision 25 x 25 Map of a selection of CIAT-ICRAF CSA initiatives with CCAFS, WB, USAID from 2014-2105 West Africa CSA Alliance (WACSAA) Global momentum building for CSA
  3. 3. “The overall aim …. is to support efforts from the local to global levels for sustainably using agricultural systems to achieve food and nutrition security for all people at all times, integrating necessary adaptation, and capturing potential mitigation” (where possible and appropriate) Defining Climate-smart agriculture Lipper et al. (2014) Nature: Climate Change • 24 authors from 15 institutions
  4. 4. No blanket recommendations Not CSA CSA Many practices/programs/policies can be CSA somewhere But none are likely CSA everywhere Rosenstock et al. unpublished Context
  5. 5. A set of filters for evaluating CSA options & establishing CSA investment portfolios CSA Prioritization Framework Users: 1° National decision makers 2° Donors, NGOs, implementers Multi- level Linkable Stakeholder Driven Flexible Simple
  6. 6. CSA Prioritization Framework Filters for selecting CSA investment portfolios *Analysis of context variables Long list of CSA practices CSAPF Pilots: Colombia, Guatemala, Mali, Vietnam *Ex-ante assessment based on CSA indicators *Stakeholder workshop Ranked short list of priorities *Economic analysis – assess costs and benefits Ranked short list based on CBA *Integrated analysis of opportunities & constraints * Stakeholder workshop CSA investment portfolios
  7. 7. Workshop 1 Guatemala Filtering: Indicators of CSA Pillars Workshop Literature review Expert interview + + Lessons: • Participatory indicator selection - link science with desired change • Improved communications and visualization of data key for CSA decision-making Ranked long list of possible CSA Practices ScoreCSA Practices
  8. 8. Prioritized Practices Portfolios Designers Producers Research MoAgr Agroforestry systems: live fence  Varieties tolerant to pests & diseases  1: low resource farmers Varieties tolerant to drought and water stress   1: low resource farmers Conservation agriculture  2: FS, drought Crop rotation (maize-beans)  Reservoirs + Drip irrigation X: FS, drought Guatemala Filtering: Integrated Analysis CSA indicators, CBA, externalities, barriers and opportunities Lesson: Prioritization does not imply one output • Multi-variate analyses allow users to create differentiated portfolios based on intended application and beneficiaries
  9. 9. Lesson: Process is as important as the content • Discussions of data create space for collaborative integrated planning between users • EU modifying calls based on results – other potential applicants linked from beginning Mali CSA at the Regional Level Policy/Research forums (AEDD) Regional governments NGOs (C-GOZA, Sahel Eco) Donors (EU, Swedish Embassy) CONTEXT POTENTIALUSERS
  10. 10. Lesson: Local ownership is critical to prioritization • Local communities act as researchers • Minimize extractive data collection • Adapt metrics to local context and socialize prior to users. Training on Survey Discussion on indicators Colombia CSA at the Local Level © CIAT/Andreea Nowak
  11. 11. • Integrating qualitative and quantitative assessment is critical to CSA planning • Link across levels and bring together multiple sectors – providing opportunities for robust and integrated CSA planning • CSA is about transformation must move beyond laundry lists of what is already happening Key Messages for CSA Prioritization © CIAT/Neil Palmer
  12. 12. Partnerships for Scaling CSA CSA-Plan Uptake of CSA Plan components, including CSA PF, in 15+ countries in Asia and Africa 2015-2018 ICRAF - T. Rosenstock, C. Lamanna CIAT - E. Girvetz, C. Corner-Dolloff
  13. 13. Caitlin Corner-Dolloff c.corner-dolloff@cigar.org additional information at: ccafs.cgiar.org/climate-smart-agriculture-prioritization-framework Thank you!

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