Humidtropics Situational Analysis Checklist

There are 3 primary objectives for the Humidtropics situational analysis (SA): 1. To characterize broadly all important system aspects that are relevant to the CRP within the target Action Sites and, through that, generate information to inform all other Program activities to better attain the Intermediate Development Outcomes (IDOs), as well as to inform ongoing field site selection. 2. To harness the various partner skills and experiences to develop a common and shared understanding of the issues that need to be addressed and potential solutions, particularly between international and national partners, allowing local and global expertise to play complementary roles. 3. To initiate and facilitate engagement with stakeholders and partners as part of the R4D platform development that is needed for the long-term success and scalability of the Program. The tool itself is the outline for SA. It provides a description of the context of a Humidtropics situational analysis, and suggestions on how to undertake the analysis, choose the people implementing it, monitor its implementation. It also provides a list of indicators that are relevant for the analysis.

Summary of uses: Sharing of data of field sites Collaborative problem solving Stakeholder engagement

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Website http://data.ilri.org/tools/dataset/97bf716e-360f-4930-9fb4-b59f8e1498f4/resource/8419d032-f997-4d93-b26d-ed56b27716ad/download/howtoorganizeahumidtropicssituationalanalysislaunchmeeting141118.pdf
Contributing organisations International Livestock Research Institute (ILRI)
Contact person Tim Robinson
Alternate contact Steve Staal (ILRI), Jessica Raneri
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Tool manual/User guide Jean-Joseph Cadilhon, Keith Child, Jessica Raneri, Tim Robinson, Steve Staal, Nils Teufel, 2013, Guidelines for conducting a Situational Analysis (SA) for the Humidtropics CGIAR Research Program, ILRI: Nairobi and Bioversity: Rome.
Citation Jean-Joseph Cadilhon, Keith Child, Jessica Raneri, Tim Robinson, Steve Staal, Nils Teufel, 2013, Guidelines for conducting a Situational Analysis (SA) for the Humidtropics CGIAR Research Program, ILRI: Nairobi and Bioversity: Rome.