CIFOR Strategy 2016-2025

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CIFOR Strategy 2016-2025: Stepping up to the new Global Development Agenda.

This presentation was delivered by CIFOR Director General Peter Holmgren in Jakarta, March 2016.

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    With 108 in HQ Indonesia, and 19 outside Indonesia
       
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  • CIFOR Strategy 2016-2025

    1. 1. CIFOR STRATEGY 2016-2025 Stepping up to the new Global Development Agenda Jakarta 10 March 2016 Peter Holmgren, Director General
    2. 2. HUMAN RESOURCES
    3. 3. PARTNERS AND PROCESSES 77 MoU 33 countries 9 universities 33 research institutes 33 development organizations 13 government ministries In 2015, CIFOR and its stakeholders benefited from CIFOR and its partners contribute to the following global processes, frameworks, panels and conventions, among others.
    4. 4. EMBRACING THE LANDSCAPE APPROACH – INTEGRATED SOLUTIONS FOR PEOPLE ACROSS SECTORS
    5. 5. CIFOR AND THE CGIAR • 15 Research Centers • CGIAR Research Programmes (CRP) • CIFOR Leads CRP: – Forest Trees & Agroforestry • Transition • Collaboration
    6. 6. NEW STRATEGY FOR NEW TIMES  9.6 billion people in 2050  Changing consumption patterns  Continued economic growth  Expectations of justice and equity  Migrations to seek new opportunities  Increased climate variability Only 30-40 years from now, the world will not look as it does today.
    7. 7. DEFORESTATION IS REAL, BUT TOO MUCH ATTENTION CLOUDS THE OPPORTUNITIES
    8. 8. OUR NEW GLOBAL DEVELOPMENT FRAMEWORKS
    9. 9. REDEFINING FORESTRY: FUNDAMENTALS FOR ACHIEVING THE SDG’S  Food, nutrition and health  Water  Energy  Housing  Livelihoods and employment  Climate change adaptation and mitigation  Biodiversity conservation  Resilience and safety nets  To environmental and economic external shocks
    10. 10. STRATEGY PROCESS  16 month consultation process  Two-tiered consultations  100 key stakeholders, one-on- one interviews by CIFOR scientists and Directors.  Surveyed 2,884 stakeholders in 82 countries
    11. 11. WHAT SCALES ARE IMPORTANT? ALL.
    12. 12. WHAT FOREST-RELATED OPPORTUNITIES LIE AHEAD?
    13. 13. CIFOR STRATEGY 2016-2025 VISION CIFOR envisions a more equitable world where forestry and landscapes enhance the environment and well-being for all. PILLARS 1. Research for impact 2. Capacity development 3. Outreach and engagement
    14. 14. WHAT NEXT? IMPLEMENTING THE STRATEGY • Redefining forestry through our research • Broadening partnerships into non-traditional areas • Nourishing an impact culture • Focusing on complex realities rather than complicated solutions • Working local to global • Making the links to SDGs and targets more explicit • Staying ahead of the curve

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