National Platform on Land and Water Management: Objectives, Functions and Structures K. Swaans, ILRI 2...
Vision and objectives 2. Create optimal conditions for 1. Improve secto...
Functions• Information sharing – a place for dialogue• Bring experiences together from different sectors• Serving as a kno...
Bringing actors together National International ...
Structure Steering Committee Links to ...
Learning Alliance NationalLearningScaling out ...
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National Platform on Land and Water Management: Objectives, functions and structures

Presented by Kees Swaans (ILRI) at the National Platform Meeting on Land and Water Management in Ethiopia, Addis Ababa, 19 December 2011.
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  • 1. National Platform on Land and Water Management: Objectives, Functions and Structures K. Swaans, ILRI 2nd National Platform on Land and Water management ILRI, Addis Ababa, 19 December 2011
  • 2. Vision and objectives 2. Create optimal conditions for 1. Improve sectoral integration, (demand driven) capacity in communication and cross- research, development, academia institutional learning and policy development “Ensure a healthy, sustainable, and equitable use and management of natural resources for improved productivity, livelihoods and ecosystem services in Ethiopia” (8 April, 2011) 4. Provide an enabling environment3. To improve access to knowledge for sustainable and equitable value- and resources added production systems and functional market links
  • 3. Functions• Information sharing – a place for dialogue• Bring experiences together from different sectors• Serving as a knowledge base by documenting experiences, lessons, best practices• Communicate experiences, lessons, best practices to other actors• Link best practices to capacity building through training and education• Improve co-ordination amongst organizations within and across sectors through harmonized approaches• Ensure institutional linkages between local, regional, national level (and flows between them)• Link ‘talking’ to action; bring experiences and lessons together into integrated models that can be tested, replicated, scaled out and up• Create interface between practitioners and policy makers; highlight issues that are important to policy• Serving as stepping stone for the formation of regional platforms and link to other platforms in synergistic way (e.g. SLM platform)
  • 4. Bringing actors together National International Donors Policy makersResearch institutes Universities Water Private Land sector Regional Government NRM CBOs NGOs Other? Local
  • 5. Structure Steering Committee Links to policy Support NBDC National Platform meetingTheme Theme Theme Theme Theme Theme Theme 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Members programs’, projects, activities
  • 6. Learning Alliance NationalLearningScaling out Regional Local level Other Districts Sites within Other sites within district district

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