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Siboniso Moyo "Supporting Ethiopia’s Response to COVID-19 CGIAR COVID 19 Hub - Ethiopia Country Team"

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Virtual Event - CGIAR COVID-19 Hub: Supporting National Responses to a Global Pandemic
Co-Organized by IFPRI and CGIAR COVID-19 Hub

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Siboniso Moyo "Supporting Ethiopia’s Response to COVID-19 CGIAR COVID 19 Hub - Ethiopia Country Team"

  1. 1. Supporting Ethiopia’s Response to COVID-19 CGIAR COVID 19 Hub - Ethiopia Country Team Siboniso Moyo, ILRI 12 January 2021 Core Team Namukolo Covic (A4NH/IFPRI) Lulseged Desta (Bioversity-CIAT) Zewdie Bishaw (ICARDA) Alemayehu Seyoum (IFPRI) Tilahun Amede (ICRISAT) Yidnekachew Wondimu (ICRISAT) Getachew Feye (ILRI) Michael Victor (ILRI) Gail Amare (ILRI) Amare Haileslassie (IWMI) Bekele Abeyo (CIMMYT) Ethiopia Country Team and eight CGIAR Research Programs focal points
  2. 2. Ethiopia Country Team Country Engagement Process Creating the enabling environment Developing the strategy and program ❑ Together with our partners, activating and sustaining diverse and robust mechanisms for research and co-delivery of innovation, capacity development and policy change. ❑ Monitoring, measurement and reporting. Recognizing contributions by various partners Institutionalization Resourcing Alignment Co-Design Collaboration Contribution Implementing the program Monitoring and measuring the program ✓ Triangulation ✓Demand-side Assessment ✓Supply-side Assessment ✓Feasibility Assessment ❑ Validation of triangulation with select stakeholders ❑ Validation of objectives, outputs/outcomes, and key research questions ✓ Action Plan ▪ Demand ▪ Objectives ▪ Key questions ▪ Outputs/outcomes ▪ Draft activities ▪ Centers and partners ❑ Co-design of key activities ✓Mandate, purpose and governance & leadership for engagement established ✓ Mechanisms for coordination established Capacity / skill- sets and funding identified to support effective and sustained engagement
  3. 3. Key Elements of Demand/Supply Assessment 3 Challenges that research could help address Emerging Research Questions o Poor diet quality o Low production of staple foods o Little diversity of fruits and vegetables o Major bottleneck: Seed supply o Misinformation against vegetables and animal-source foods (meat and milk) at the start of the pandemic o Nature of agriculture input supply disruptions o Mapping seed supply systems (1 vegetable + 2 staples) o Misinformation challenges o Digitalized app elements supporting seed supply, food safety, consumption and WASH decisions by communities/households Ethiopia Country Team Government of Ethiopia Priorities • Ethiopia Ministry of Agriculture COVID-19 Response Plan • Agricultural services • Distribution of inputs • Increased production of grain & vegetables • Domestic & export supply chain • Food support • Digital Ethiopia 2025 Strategy • Agricultural sector targets
  4. 4. Lessons Learned 4 Ethiopia Country Team • Build on existing CGIAR country collaboration mechanism for ease of coordination • Ongoing partnerships between the CGIAR and partners are essential • Demand and supply-side assessment was a valuable exercise to do • Needed sufficient time to pilot and follow the engagement process framework • Plan for good management of expectations during the alignment and co-design process • Adequate resourcing is key to support the activities • Coordination is a key element