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Introduction to Humidtropics

Presentation given by Dr. Kwesi Atta-Krah, Humidtropics Director, at the launch of the East and Central Africa Action Area meeting, 20-23 May 2013, Bukavu, DR Congo.

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Introduction to Humidtropics

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  5. 5. Four Elements (Ps):• People (principal focus onsmallholder farmers, women)• Production System (productivityand stability – including loss andwaste)• Partnerships (Processes,innovation platform, capacitystrengthening)• Policies (markets, incentives,institutions,
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  8. 8. Slide 9t5 This is not the case for AAS - see my earlier commentt.chiuta, 22/04/2013t6 AASs focus is on RinD and not R4Dt.chiuta, 22/04/2013
  9. 9. SRT 1 Systems analysisand synthesisSRT 2 Integrated systemsimprovementSRT 3 Scaling andinstitutional innovationInternationalpublic goodsDevelopmenttrajectoriesM&EframeworkR4D innovation• Systems productivity• Markets & institutions• Natural ResourcesManagementnew farm opportunitiesAdaptive management M&EprocessAction area levelR4D scalingEnabling environment(markets, policies,institutions andinfrastructure)Gender opportunitiesScalability options &pathwaysopportunities mainstreamedSituation analysesCritical entry points R4D platformsGlobal synthesesAction site levelMulti levelThree Strategic Research Themes (SRTs)
  10. 10. Tier 2: Four sites: 2015-2020Tier 1: Four sites: 2012-2017Tier 3: Three sites: 2017-2022Action Areas – SSA Impact ZoneAction Areas – SSA Impact Zone
  11. 11. New ProjectLocationsOutputs,Outcomes,Impacts
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