Issuu on Google+

Plantwise: A Global Alliance for Plant Health Support U. Kuhlmann, April 2013 Plantwise Programme Executive

LOSE LESS, FEED MORE www.plantwise.org


CABI member countries Anguilla

Australia

Burundi

Canada

Gambia

Ghana

Bahamas

Chile

Bangladesh

Bermuda

Botswana

British Virgin Islands

China

Colombia

Cote d’Ivoire

Cyprus

Jamaica

Kenya

Grenada

Guyana

India

Malaysia

Mauritius

Montserrat

Myanmar

The Netherlands

Philippines

Rwanda

Sierra Leone

Solomon Islands

South Africa

Tanzania

Trinidad & Tobago

Uganda

United Kingdom

Vietnam

Nigeria

DPR Korea

Malawi

Pakistan

Sri Lanka

St Helena

Zambia

Brunei Darussalam

Papua New Guinea

Switzerland

Zimbabwe


CABI - global reach UK 195

Netherlands 2

Switzerland 22

Hungary 1

Serbia 1

USA 3

Bulgaria 1

Costa Rica 1

China 4

Trinidad & Tobago 5

Malaysia 10

Brazil 1

Australia 1

Cameroon 1

Uganda 1

Ethiopia 1

Kenya 27

Pakistan 65

350+ staff across 19 locations worldwide

India 9


Impact (Goal) To contribute to enabling male and female farmers around the world to lose less and grow more Outcome (Purpose) To strengthen the capacity of agricultural institutions and organisations to establish sustainable plant health systems within their country, using the Plantwise approach as the framework for action


Outputs (Expected Results) Innovative linkages established between key actors in a plant health system, including extension, research, regulation and input supply National networks of plant clinics established to provide regular advice to farmers and facilitate pest surveillance through the collection and use of plant clinic data Comprehensive knowledge bank developed according to user needs for pest diagnosis, treatment and distribution, and made available to national advisory services and organisations contributing to plant health systems Monitoring and evaluation schemes implemented for continuous learning, improving processes and quantifying outcomes and impact


Partnerships The success of Plantwise is dependent on partnerships Plantwise facilitates institutional change through strong partnerships with relevant government ministries and departments, such as: extension crop protection (often representing the NPPO)


Partnerships With national governments as the key partner, Plantwise strengthens national plant health systems by linking stakeholders, such as: diagnostic services agro-input suppliers research institutions non-governmental organisations post-secondary educational institutions farmer- and community-based organisations


Plant clinics Work like the human health system (doctors, pharmacies, laboratories/diagnostic services) Run on a regular schedule Record data about the farmer, location and problem Provide a mechanism by which new and emerging pests can be detected (surveillance) Provide a mechanism for reaching farmers with other key messages about plant health


How the clinics work (farmer point of view) Free at the point of use Set up at local meeting places, such as markets Farmers bring a sample into the plant clinic They receive a diagnosis and a ‘prescription’ (recommendation) from a trained plant doctor giving practical treatment advice Plant clinic, DR Congo


Information flow Diagnosis, support, advice

Farmers

Dialogue with farmer, collect key information

‘plant doctors’ (extension/plant protection staff)

Improved, evidence-based extension materials; pest alerts; support tools

Plantwise knowledge bank Partner materials/data

Scientific information and expertise

“Intelligence”: What crops, pests are being seen?


PW Implementation 2013

Caribbean & Central America Nicaragua Honduras Barbados Grenada Trinidad & Tobago Suriname Latin America Bolivia Peru Brazil

Africa DR Congo Kenya Rwanda Sierra Leone Tanzania Uganda Ghana Ethiopia Malawi Mali Zambia Mozambique

C&W Asia Pakistan Afghanistan

South Asia Bangladesh India Nepal Sri Lanka

East Asia China SE Asia Cambodia Vietnam Thailand


Opportunities for IPPC–PW Collaboration Plantwise can be an important contributor to the mission of the IPPC Feedback from the Commission on Phytosanitary Measures will help to ensure that PW responds to the needs of it constituents Side event is intended to serve as a forum to discuss on how PW can help to support the NPPO activities and the mission of IPPC


Thank you

LOSE LESS, FEED MORE www.plantwise.org


1_Plantwise Introduction_IPPC_UK_4Apr2013