Learning Event No. 12: Highlights. ARDD2012 Rio

Download Learning Event No. 12: Highlights. ARDD2012 Rio

Post on 16-Apr-2017

791 views

Category:

Education

1 download

Embed Size (px)

TRANSCRIPT

<ul><li><p>How can we measure the multiple benefits for smallholder farmers that </p><p>underlie resilience? </p><p>Elwyn Grainger-Jones </p></li><li><p> Please give up to three bullets on key messages from your Learning Event </p><p>1. Measuring impacts of agricultural programmes must also include landscape and ecosystem impacts in addition to regular poverty and production/productivity measures </p><p>2. While the stock of natural capital is one generally underreported measure of livelihood resilience, institutional, governance and social aspects of resilience are important too </p><p>Key messages </p></li><li><p> Please give up to three bullets on evidence of the impact of your case example ideally this should be quantitative data </p><p>1. N/A programme not yet started was presenting the results framework to measure multiple benefit adaptation </p><p>Evidence of impact </p></li><li><p> Please give up to three bullets on messages on what is needed to take your case to scale e.g. What policy change is required ? What investment is needed ? and who needs to take action? </p><p> Greater recognition of cross-cutting impacts of agriculture </p><p> Simpler metrics for measuring livelihood resilience of smallholders </p><p> Global targets such as MDGs/SDGs set an example by finding indicators that do not separate sectors or themes across development, environment and agriculture. </p><p>Going to scale </p></li></ul>