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    CGIAR Research Program on:

    Climate Change, Agriculture and Food Security

    Full Proposal 2017-2022

    July 2016

  • CCAFS Full Proposal: 2017-2022

    Contents 1.0 CRP Narrative .......................................................................................................................................... 1

    1.0.1 Rationale and scope ........................................................................................................................ 1

    1.0.2 Goals, objectives and targets........................................................................................................... 5

    1.0.3 Impact pathway and theory of change .......................................................................................... 12

    1.0.4 Gender ........................................................................................................................................... 16

    1.0.5 Youth .............................................................................................................................................. 24

    1.0.6 Program structure and flagship projects ....................................................................................... 24

    1.0.7 Cross CRP collaboration and site integration ................................................................................ 27

    1.0.8 Partnerships and comparative advantage ..................................................................................... 29

    1.0.9 Evidence of demand and stakeholder commitment ..................................................................... 30

    1.0.10 Capacity development ................................................................................................................. 31

    1.0.11 Program management and governance ...................................................................................... 39

    1.0.12 Intellectual asset management ................................................................................................... 41

    1.0.13 Open access management ........................................................................................................... 42

    1.0.14 Communication strategy ............................................................................................................. 42

    1.0.15 Risk management ........................................................................................................................ 43

    1.1 CRP Budget Narrative ............................................................................................................................ 44

    1.1.1 General Information ...................................................................................................................... 44

    1.1.2 Summary ........................................................................................................................................ 44

    1.1.3 CRP Funding Plan ........................................................................................................................... 48

    1.1.4 CRP Management and Support Costs ............................................................................................ 50

    1.1.5 CRP Financial management principles ........................................................................................... 51

    1.1.6 Budgeted Costs for certain Key Activities ...................................................................................... 53

    1.1.7 Other .............................................................................................................................................. 53

    2. Flagship Projects ..................................................................................................................................... 56

    2.1. FP1: Priorities and Policies for CSA .................................................................................................. 56

    2.1.1 Flagship Project Narrative ......................................................................................................... 56

    2.1.2 Flagship Budget Narrative ......................................................................................................... 75

    2.1.3 Flagship Uplift Budget ............................................................................................................... 84

    2.2. FP2: Climate Smart Technologies and Practices .............................................................................. 85

    2.2.1 Flagship Project Narrative ......................................................................................................... 85

  • CCAFS Full Proposal: 2017-2022

    2.2.2 Flagship Budget Narrative ....................................................................................................... 105

    2.2.3 Flagship Uplift Budget ............................................................................................................. 113

    2.3. FP3-Low Emissions Development .................................................................................................. 114

    2.3.1 Flagship Project Narrative ....................................................................................................... 114

    2.3.2 Flagship Budget Narrative ....................................................................................................... 134

    2.3.3 Flagship Uplift Budget ............................................................................................................. 144

    2.4. FP4: Climate services and safety nets............................................................................................ 145

    2.4.1 Flagship Project Narrative ....................................................................................................... 145

    2.4.2 Flagship Budget Narrative ....................................................................................................... 164

    2.4.3 Flagship Uplift Budget ............................................................................................................. 172

  • CCAFS Full Proposal: 2017-2022

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    1.0 CRP Narrative

    1.0.1 Rationale and scope

    Overview and development context

    Climate change will have far-reaching consequences for agriculture and natural resources – demanding a response that integrates food and nutrition security, adaptation and mitigation, and puts greatest investment towards poor people whose agriculture-dependent livelihoods are most at risk (Porter et al. 2014; Kelley et al. 2015; Wiebe et al. 2015). The overall purpose of CCAFS is to marshal the science and expertise of CGIAR and partners to catalyse positive change towards climate-smart agriculture (CSA), food systems and landscapes, and position CGIAR to play a major role in bringing to scale practices, technologies and institutions that enable agriculture to meet triple goals of food security, adaptation and mitigation. Climate change is now mainstreamed throughout the CGIAR portfolio, so CCAFS’ role is to integrate across CRPs, providing the tools and advice on priorities in different contexts, making the links to the climate science community, and representing CGIAR in climate-related policy processes.

    In 2015 a number of major global policy processes put emphasis on climate change and food security. The SDGs include a dedicated climate change goal “13: Take urgent action to combat climate change and its impacts”, with the targets under this goal including work covered by CCAFS (both long-term change and extreme events; early warning; human and institutional capacity on climate change; climate change in national policies and planning; effective financing). Many other SDGs also have climate change elements, including that on poverty (SDG 1), hunger, food security and nutrition (SDG 2), gender (SDG 5), sustainable consumption (SDG 12, on food loss and waste), marine resources (SDG 14, on resilience and ocean acidification) and terrestrial ecosystems and forests (SDG 15). The SDGs provide a major global imperative to tackle climate change.

    After many years of slow progress on agriculture in the UNFCCC, in 2015 two substantive agenda items on agriculture were discussed in SBSTA, the Paris COP21 included text on food security (Meadu et al. 2015), and the national commitments to the UNFCCC included widespread reference to adaptation and mitigation in agriculture (Richards et al. 2015a,b). CGIAR and the global agriculture community must engage in key UNFCCC processes between now and 2020 to drive action and innovation on issues related to agriculture, help countries achieve ambitions expressed in their national commitments, and work with the Green Climate Fund (GCF) to deliver ambitious investments in agricultural adaptation and mitigation. The global processes are complemented by numerous similar developments on agriculture and climate change at national/ regional levels, often under the banner of climate-smart agriculture. More than 70 countries and other partners established the Global Alliance for CSA (GACSA) in 2014. The Africa CSA Alliance was initiated in 2014, facilitated by NEPAD. In 2015 two major regional alliances were established, one for West Africa hosted by ECOWAS, and one for Central America hosted by CAC. More than 25 countries refer to CSA in their UNFCCC national commitments.

    CCAFS Phase II builds

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