|These, in turn, affect access to resources such as land, credit, information and training||This focus area contributes to the following One CGIAR impact areas: Environmental sustainability Population pressure and increasing water competition in a changing climate require us to take stock of the availability and use of water across scales|
|This focus area contributes to the following One CGIAR impact areas: Adaptive scaling and partnerships The ability of farmers to engage in or expand irrigation depends on the prevailing socioeconomic, ecological and political contexts, which are often complex, non-linear and changeable||We also look at ways to and nutrient use efficiency and reduce evapotranspiration through and agricultural extension|
IWMI uses a systemic approach to understand the farming system as well as the factors in the enabling environment that prevent women, men and youth from engaging in and benefitting equitably from farmer-led irrigation.
|To address this issue, IWMI works with farmers, private companies, finance institutions and to analyze whether credit-scoring tools are inclusive||The Chartered Management Institute CMI is the Chartered Body for Management and Leadership|
|Other modalities for capacity development include hackathons,||With our private sector partners, we are leveraging converging technologies, such as sensors on solar pumps that capture usage data, to encourage better resource management and governance|
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|This means diverse actors feed off, adapt to, support, cooperate, compete and interact with each other, forming different multi-actor networks and engaging in collective action to undertake various functions in the scaling ecosystem||This focus area contributes to the following One CGIAR impact areas: Human capacity development and knowledge exchange Scaling farmer-led irrigation requires strengthening human capacity and knowledge exchange among all actors and stakeholders involved|
|Social, cultural and religious norms influence inter- and intra-household power relations||Overcoming systemic barriers to farmer-led irrigation development while taking advantage of existing opportunities|
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