Global Agenda for Sustainable Livestock 7th Multi-stakeholder Partnership (MSP) Meeting

8–12 May 2017, Addis Ababa

Organizer's agenda


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Monday 08 May
Tuesday 09 May
Wednesday 10 May
Thursday 11 May
Friday 12 May
Saturday 13 May Additional day
Official Opening

The Global Agenda for Sustainable Livestock

Overview of the program and objectives
Lessons from sustainability science
Learning tours: On the ground benefits from livestock-based solutions
On the ground benefits from livestock-based solutions: lessons and gaps from the tours
Achieving multiple benefits through livestock-based solutions: synthesis
across the whole event

Official closure
Special meetings
Livestock-based solutions: case studies (interactive sessions)
Regional policy forum: Livestock-based solutions for sustainable development in Africa
Cluster meetings
Lunch
Lunch
Lunch
Lunch
Lunch
Sustainability science and practice: measuring and guiding progress
  • Keynote presentation
  • Interactive session on practical models and tools to help achieve sustainable livestock-based solutions
Livestock-based solutions: case studies (interactive sessions)
Overview of ILRI

Buses to ILRI

Sharefair: Showcasing livestock-based solutions for sustainable development (ILRI campus)
Guiding group meeting

Other participants: Optional tour of Addis Ababa
Special meetings
Livestock-based solutions: lessons and gaps from the cases
Open space
Open space
Open space
Ethiopian dinner and cultural event (sponsored)
Dinner (sponsored)
Dinner (sponsored)
Reception at ILRI campus (sponsored)
Closing reception (sponsored)



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Monday 08 May
Responsible person(s)
0830
Registration (also on Sunday afternoon, details tbc)


1000
Official opening
Welcome (XXX)
Inaugural address (HE prime minister of Ethiopia)
Keynote address (HE minister of livestock and fisheries, Ethiopia)
Welcome remarks (DG FAO,ADG FAO, DG ILRI)
Susan – blogging/reporting

Paul – photos and tweets
Liya – tweets
Apollo – photos and videos (work with Pascal)
Chi – tweets
1130
The Global Agenda for Sustainable Livestock
Introduction to the Global Agenda for Sustainable Livestock by Fritz Schneider.

1200
MSP7: Program overview
Objectives of the meeting and how the program is set up to achieve these. Local Task Force leadership; Peter Ballantyne
(facilitation team)

1230
Lunch


1400
Sustainability science and practice: measuring and guiding progress
Introduction by Henning Steinfeld: ‘Evolving framework for sustainability relating to livestock‘ (tbc)
Susan – blogging/reporting

Paul – photos and tweets
Liya – tweets
Apollo – photos
Chi – tweets
1445
Introduction to the interactive session after the break


1500
Break


1530
Interactive session: Models and tools to help measure, guide and achieve sustainable livestock-based solutions
The session aims to expose participants to a range of tools and models and what they can offer in terms of measuring progress towards achieving sustainable development through livestock-based solutions.

It aims to address overall objectives 1 of the event: to share and discuss progress made in the development of tools and models to monitor sustain- able livestock sector development.
Paul – blogging/reporting

Susan – photos and tweets
Liya – tweets
Apollo – photos
Chi – tweets
1730
Close


1830
Transport from hotels to dinner


1900
Ethiopian dinner and cultural event (sponsored by the Government of Ethiopia)




Tuesday 09 May
Responsible person(s)
0830
Day 2 update and planning


0845
Models and tools to help measure, guide and achieve sustainable livestock-based solutions – Report back
Feedback, consolidation and next steps from the day 1 interactive work on tools and models. In terms of 1) significant opportunities, 2) what the gaps are.
Paul – blogging/reporting

Susan – photos and tweets
Liya – tweets
Apollo – photos
Chi – tweets
1000
Introduction to the interactive session after the break


1015
Break


1045
Interactive session: case studies of sustainable live- stock-based solutions
Through several examples from action networks, this session aims to examine how multi-stakeholder, multi-disciplinary engagement produces outputs, outcomes and impact on one or more SDGs.
It aims to address overall objectives 2 and 3 of the event: to articulate lessons from successful examples of practise change towards sustainable livestock systems; and to identify opportunities and challenges that must be addressed to ensure multiple benefits accrue from sustainable livestock development.
Susan – blogging/reporting

Paul – photos and tweets
Liya – tweets
Apollo – photos
Chi – tweets
1240
1300
Lunch sponsor remarks
Lunch
Heifer International

1400
Interactive session: case studies of sustainable live- stock-based solutions


1530
Break


1600
Case studies of sustainable livestock-based solutions – report back
Feedback, consolidation and next steps from the case studies per SDG. In terms of 1) what worked well, 2) what failed, and 3) what the gaps are.
Susan – blogging/reporting

Paul – photos and tweets
Liya – tweets
Apollo – photos
Chi – tweets
1700
Open Space
Informal networking, meet-ups

1800
Dinner (sponsored by XXXX)
Hilton Hotel




Wednesday 10 May
Responsible person(s)
Early morning
Depart for learning tours: On the ground benefits from live- stock-based solutions
The learning tours will provide an opportunity for participants to learn from on-the-ground experiences of translating livestock-based solutions into development impacts at local level.
Each tour will be aligned to link the solutions it presents with SDGs (as much as possible).
North Shoa – Debre Berhan: Smallholder feed production, dairy production, milk collection and processing and research on small ruminants
North Shoa – Yaya Gulele: Farmer training centre, smallholder feed production, milk collection and processing
AddisAbabaandWestShoa:NationalArtificialInseminationCentre,Bulldamdairyfarm,Holetta Agricultural Research Centre, Sebeta Fisheries Research Centre and National Animal Health Diagnostic InvestigationCentre.
East Shoa – Adami Tulu: Cattle production and fattening for domestic and export, Adami Tulu Agricultural Research Centre
East Shoa – Adama: Cattle and camel fattening for domestic and export markets, export Abattoirs, Beza Honey Processing Plant
EastShoa–Ada:PublicLivestockInstitutions,NationalVeterinaryInstitute,DebreZeitAgricultural Research Centre, Ethiopian Meat and Dairy IndustryTechnology Institute
East Shoa – Debre Zeit: Commercial Livestock (dairy and poultry) production, milk processing, organic vegetable production, manure management, linkage with smallholder dairy producers (genesis farms)
East Shoa – Ada: Commercialization of livestock production, meat processing, feed processing
Paul and Chi – blogging/reporting

Liya – tweets
Apollo – photos
Susan – tweets


Apollo and Paul to join two of the tours


plant and links with smallholder farms through input supply and marketing



East Shoa – Ada: Smallholder women apiculturists, Smallholder Dairy Cooperative, smallholder



dairy farms (women), milk collection, quality control, milk processing plant



Misraq Shewa – Bora: Access to improved feeds by smallholders; Improving poor quality feeds



with modern technologies; Engaging rural women in poultry small businesses

1700
Return to Hilton – Open space
Informal networking, meet-ups

1800
Reception (sponsored by XXXX)
Hilton Hotel

1900
LEAP MEET-
ING – members only
Hilton Hotel



Thursday 11 May
Responsible person(s)
0830
Day 4 update and planning


0845
On the ground benefits from livestock-based solutions – report back
Feedback, consolidation and next steps from the learning tours per SDG. In terms of 1) what worked well, 2) what failed, and 3) what the gaps are.
Paul and Chi – blogging/reporting

Liya – tweets
Apollo – photos
Susan – tweets
0945
Break


1015
Regional policy forum: Livestock-based solutions for sustainable development in Africa – Moderated by Brian Perry
TheAfricanUnionhasin2015launchedTheLivestock Development Strategy for Africa (2015 – 2035) which was subsequently supported by ministers throughout the continent. Here, ministers of agriculture and livestock will explore the key policy issues that will influence the sustainable development of the livestock sector and its contribution to national economic and development ambitions. Includes HLPEcontributions.
Susan – blogging/reporting

Paul – tweets
Liya – tweets
Apollo – photos
Chi – tweets
1250
1300
1300
Lunch sponsor remarks Press room
Lunch
SDC

1400
1415
Overview of ILRI
Explanation of the Sharefair
Jimmy Smith
Process introduction on what to expect and what to deliver

1430/40
Depart for ILRI campus


1530
Sharefair: Showcasing livestock-based solutions for sustainable development
Marketplace where participants and others showcase, demonstrate and introduce live- stock-based solutions for sustainable development.
Interactive ‘sharefair stands’ organised by SDG. Participants will initially follow guided paths then move into informal networking and sharing.
James – blogging/reporting

Paul – photos and tweets
Liya – tweets
Apollo – photos
Chi – tweets
Susan – tweets
1800
Reception at ILRI (sponsored by ILRI)


2000
Depart for hotels




Friday 12 May
Responsible person(s)
0830
Achieving multiple benefits through livestock-based
Interactive session to consolidate the key learnings from all the sessions to:
Ewen and Susan– blogging/reporting

Paul – photos and tweets
Liya – tweets
Apollo – photos
Chi – tweets
Susan – tweets

solutions – Lessons and priorities
Provide participants with new tools and opportunities



to take away and apply articulate future actions for the Global Agenda (as a whole, and for clusters)

1000
Official close of the meeting
Closing remarks from key ministry and host officials and the chair of the Global Agenda.
Announcement of offers for the venue for the next
MSP
Susan – blogging/reporting

Paul – photos and tweets
Liya – tweets
Apollo – photos
Chi – tweets
1045
Break


1100
GASL Cluster meetings
Each of the seven clusters of the Global Agenda will have an opportunity to meet with existing and potential new members. The Global Agenda secretariat will provide guidance on key topics to be addressed and reported from these meetings.

1300
Lunch



Guiding group meeting
The guiding group of the Global Agenda is the guidance and decision making body and it will hold a half day meeting.

1400
Optional
tours of Addis Ababa


1700
Return to Hilton – Open
space
Informal networking, meet-ups

1800
Closing reception (sponsored by XXXX)
Hilton
Announcement of the venue for the next MSP meeting