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P1.1. Mobilizing AR4D partnerships to improve access to critical animal-source foods

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P1.1. Mobilizing AR4D partnerships to improve access to critical animal-source foods

  1. 1. Mobilizing AR4D Partnerships Tom Randolph Mobilizing AR4D Partnerships to improve access to critical animal-source foods Tom Randolph
  2. 2. Mobilizing AR4D Partnerships Tom Randolph CGIAR Research Program on Livestock and Fish  More meat, milk and fish by and for the poor o Pro-poor transformation of selected value chains o Food security with poverty reduction o Managing the transition of structural transformation  Accelerating AR4D to impact at scale 1. Focus in only a few selected value chains
  3. 3. Mobilizing AR4D Partnerships Tom Randolph CGIAR Research Program on Livestock and Fish  More meat, milk and fish by and for the poor o Pro-poor transformation of selected value chains o Food security with poverty reduction o Managing the transition of structural transformation  Accelerating AR4D to impact at scale 1. Focus in only a few selected value chains 2. Addressing the whole value chain 3. Partnering with development actors to identify solutions, generate evidence, and attract investment 4. End target: achieve impact at scale in large development intervention
  4. 4. Mobilizing AR4D Partnerships Tom Randolph Development partnership as a Critical Success Factor  Livestock and Fish Program impact pathway explicitly dependent on effective partnership with development actors  Focus of our pre-conference meeting  Strengths: Partnerships between research and development actors combine complementary talents, perspectives and resources to create sustainable solutions at scale  Opportunities: Partnerships offer space for joint learning, connection and synergy for many actors to coherently stimulate change at scale  Weaknesses and Threats: Partnerships require actors to behave differently and adapt arrangements to foster trust, invest in relationships, and handle power carefully.
  5. 5. Mobilizing AR4D Partnerships Tom Randolph Partnership Principles: Critical Success Factors 1. Work from a common domain of issues: jointly mapped and understood system of interest 2. Clear roles: who does what is defined and agreed 3. Work as a team: purpose expressed as a shared vision of success, working together, “your success is my success”, invest in relationships, open communication, full transparency 4. Build culture: changing to institutional norms and practices that better enable partnerships 5. Collective results: Reward total system performance and share attribution, and secure such space with funders 6. Learn together: Invest in joint learning 7. Regular partnership health checks: joint evaluation of performance and satisfaction
  6. 6. Mobilizing AR4D Partnerships Tom Randolph Next steps for CGIAR Research Program on Livestock and Fish • Articulate a partnership strategy based on unblocking value chain constraints in 9 countries • Consolidate methodology for whole system engagement • Map selected value chain issues with local actors and interest groups • Multi stakeholder platforms/alliances become local partnership base • Define strategic objectives and measures of success for each • Document learning and results
  7. 7. Mobilizing AR4D Partnerships Tom Randolph Suggestions for GFAR • Develop guidelines and standards as Good Practice for partnerships between research and development actors – Frame within an innovation systems context of partnerships needed to achieve changes at scale in national food systems – Critical review of current practice, collective performance and partner satisfaction – Working group with a mix of facilitators and implementers (avoid commissioned study) • Promote funding arrangements that enable rather than frustrate these partnerships – Review current arrangements and their impact on partnerships and their performance – Formulate arrangements that mitigate potential power issues and are based on collective performance – Create innovation funds that allow space to adapt to evolving opportunities

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