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Objective 4 – SIMLESA II Integrated scaling, AIP and partnerships M. Misiko m. misiko@cgiar. Objective 4 – SIMLESA II Integrated scaling, AIP and partnerships M. Misiko m. [email protected] org International Maize and Wheat Improvement Center (CIMMYT) Partners Consultative and Planning Meeting for Kenya and Tanzania Arusha, Tz. October 14, 2014

Objective 4: To support the development of local and regional innovations systems and scaling Objective 4: To support the development of local and regional innovations systems and scaling out modalities 15/3/2018 2

Summary or planning priorities Lessons on AIP - build on SIMLESA I AIP country Summary or planning priorities Lessons on AIP - build on SIMLESA I AIP country leadership – customised mentorship plan scaling – integrate business approaches, gender Institutional mapping – innovative partnerships P-M&E matrix: define targets, and key timelines organise scaling options – (link to Objective #1, #2, #3) visioning – define scale – numbers, sites, timelines, strategies measurement – indicators, tools, data Linkages: to other initiatives e. g. FACASI (equipment), CCAFS (modelling), AP (adoption) Integrated scaling: approaches, options less is more! 15/3/2018 3

Phase I Lessons Scaling out Ph. II – Obj. 4 Ph II. Objective 1, Phase I Lessons Scaling out Ph. II – Obj. 4 Ph II. Objective 1, 2, 3 Output 4. 2 Output 4. 3 scaling Multi-stakeholder CA-based options Interaction mechanisms Competitive grants Scaling up Output 4. 1 Policy options, organisational models Farmer typologies, markets, etc. AIP, B-models, Partnerships Socio-economic characterisation Input & output value chain Whole farm resource allocations Gender 15/3/2018 Output 4. 4 Scaling tools: reaching women, marginalised M&E Options e. g. CA, soil fertility Improved varieties More productive, resilient and sustainable smallholder maizelegume practices, tactics and strategies Improved range of maize and legume varieties available for smallholders Capacity 4

Organise and integrate options Shiferaw, 2013 Organise and integrate options Shiferaw, 2013

Organise and integrate approaches – PPP+ Fig 3. Current scaling process is sectoral and Organise and integrate approaches – PPP+ Fig 3. Current scaling process is sectoral and fragmented (see also Tumsifu and Silayo 2013) There is pressing need to align approaches for efficiency (AIP) Harness social networks, interactive ICT, community institutions etc.

Organise and integrate approaches – innovative scaling SIMLESA II Innovative use of top sources Organise and integrate approaches – innovative scaling SIMLESA II Innovative use of top sources of smallholder info Social networks – harness – resource farmer concept Input dealers – train for SIMLESA options Mo. A, NGOs, Extension – AIP core role for scale ICT – rural video, radio transcripts Steps for institutionalisation of options, processes Policy dialogue, feedback Organise evidence – both options and approaches

Integrate gender (and youth) targets e. g. 40% adopting are women, + 25% new Integrate gender (and youth) targets e. g. 40% adopting are women, + 25% new youth enterprises Adoption – Labor saving options (e. g. weed control, reduced tillage) Niche identification and capacity – e. g. varieties for value adding (nutrition, income), business niches – through AIP (agrib. , seed prod. ) AIP, participation and sustainability – access to inputs, technology, services, information Feedback and agenda setting – priorities in research

Why integrate options? Ideal to have multi-dimensional gains e. g. 15% yield increase + Why integrate options? Ideal to have multi-dimensional gains e. g. 15% yield increase + 25% reduced prices + 20% reduced post-harvest losses + 25% increased produce prices Evidence critical for institutionalisation process 15/3/2018 9

Why AIP in SIMLESA II? 15/3/2018 10 Why AIP in SIMLESA II? 15/3/2018 10

Gains and lessons from SIMLESA I Facilitation of PVS, seed bulking, onfarm CA-based technology Gains and lessons from SIMLESA I Facilitation of PVS, seed bulking, onfarm CA-based technology testing Scaling out: field days, community promotion events, exchange visits, etc. participatory trials, demonstration joint planning, feedback Sustainability: community delivery of inputs, partnerships, finance or credit, training, marketing etc. Increased goodwill and awareness incl. among policy, of SIMLESA products Weak smallholder entities Low institutionalisation of flagship options, AIP – e. g. ATA Limited linkages to policy makers, devolved structures or initiatives Actor benefits are fussy Poor gendered business innovation e. g. routine meetings low private-public-non-govt. partnerships over-emphasis on CA as a technology, not as a system 11

Fig 4. AIP as support mechanism for Integrated scaling out 15/3/2018 Unite partner efforts Fig 4. AIP as support mechanism for Integrated scaling out 15/3/2018 Unite partner efforts Align actor scaling approaches Nurture actor incentives Integrate dif. scaling levels 12

Priority AIP focus areas 1. Mentoring AIP – national leadership to lead scaling 2. Priority AIP focus areas 1. Mentoring AIP – national leadership to lead scaling 2. Support partnerships for scaling – PPP+ Identifying (gender) niches for enhanced impact of AIP (study) 3. Develop AIP Matrix of performance – P-M&E indicators e. g. role performance, benefits accrual/ sustenance, multifunction, dynamic partnerships, business activities, resource leveraging, resilient CBO/ cooperatives 4. Systematise and pursue AIP success factors for SIMLESA Phase II esp. national policy, govt. initiatives (key in Rwanda success) 5. Scaling (AIP partnerships) framework – Fig. 4 approaches, roles, tools, benefits – immediate vs long term 6. Explore business approaches for scaling: contractual possibilities e. g. video generation 7. Institutionalisation of approaches and options (AIP, CA, CSA). 13

Acknowledgements ACIAR CIMMYT Farmers, farmer entities SIMLESA Partners – private, NGO, extension Directorate of Acknowledgements ACIAR CIMMYT Farmers, farmer entities SIMLESA Partners – private, NGO, extension Directorate of Rsearch and Development of Tz Kenya Agricultural and Livestock Research Organisation (KALRO) Partner CG centres Australian partners (QAAFI, Un. of Queensland) ASARECA, ARC-LNR 15/3/2018 14

Motto: reach numbers fast, for lasting impact! Photo: “John Dixon” in an indigenous performance Motto: reach numbers fast, for lasting impact! Photo: “John Dixon” in an indigenous performance (Malawi)

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