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Etat membre Bangladesh
Nom de l'institution Bangladesh Institute of Nuclear Agriculture
Type d’institution du secteur public Autonomous
Niveau administratif National
Nom de l’initiative Development of Crop Varieties and Soil, plant Management Technologies
Années opérationnelles du projet 11
Site de l'institution www.bina.gov.bd

Question 1: À propos de l'initiative

Est-ce une initiative du secteur public ? Oui

Question 2: Catégories

L'initiative est-elle pertinente pour l'une des catégories de l'UNPSA? Catégorie 2: Améliorer l’efficacité des institutions publiques pour atteindre les ODD
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Question 3: Objectifs de développement durable

L’initiative est-elle pertinante pour l’une des 17 ODD ? Oui
Si vous avez répondu oui ci-dessus, veuillez préciser quel ODD est la plus pertinente pour l'initiative.
1 Pas de pauvreté
2 Faim « zéro »
A quel(s) objectif(s), parmi les ODD mentionnés ci-dessus, correspond(ent) l’initiative ?
1.1 D’ici à 2030, éliminer complètement l’extrême pauvreté dans le monde entier (s’entend actuellement du fait de vivre avec moins de 1,25 dollar des États-Unis par jour) 
2.1 D’ici à 2030, éliminer la faim et faire en sorte que chacun, en particulier les pauvres et les personnes en situation vulnérable, y compris les nourrissons, ait accès toute l’année à une alimentation saine, nutritive et suffisante 
2.3 D’ici à 2030, doubler la productivité agricole et les revenus des petits producteurs alimentaires, en particulier des femmes, des autochtones, des exploitants familiaux, des éleveurs et des pêcheurs, y compris en assurant l’égalité d’accès aux terres, aux autres ressources productives et facteurs de production, au savoir, aux services financiers, aux marchés et aux possibilités d’ajout de valeur et d’emplois autres qu’agricoles 
2.4 D’ici à 2030, assurer la viabilité des systèmes de production alimentaire et mettre en oeuvre des pratiques agricoles résilientes qui permettent d’accroître la productivité et la production, contribuent à la préservation des écosystèmes, renforcent la capacité d’adaptation aux changements climatiques, aux phénomènes météorologiques extrêmes, à la sécheresse, aux inondations et à d’autres catastrophes et améliorent progressivement la qualité des terres et des sols 
2.5 D’ici à 2020, préserver la diversité génétique des semences, des cultures et des animaux d’élevage ou domestiqués et des espèces sauvages apparentées, y compris au moyen de banques de semences et de plantes bien gérées et diversifiées aux niveaux national, régional et international, et favoriser l’accès aux avantages que présente l’utilisation des ressources génétiques et du savoir traditionnel associé ainsi que le partage juste et équitable de ces avantages, comme convenu à l’échelle internationale 
2.a Accroître, notamment grâce au renforcement de la coopération internationale, l’investissement dans l’infrastructure rurale, les services de recherche et de vulgarisation agricoles et la mise au point de technologies et de banques de plantes et de gènes d’animaux d’élevage, afin de renforcer les capacités productives agricoles des pays en développement, en particulier des pays les moins avancés 

Question 4: Date de mise en œuvre

L’initiative a-t-elle été mise en oeuvre depuis deux ans ou plus ? Oui
Veuillez préciser la date de la mise en oeuvre 01 juil. 1984

Question 5: Partenaires

Est-ce que les Nations Unies ou toute autre organisation des Nations Unies a été impliquée à cette initiative? Non
Quelle agence des Nations Unies a été impliquée?
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Question 6: Participation précédente

1. L'initiative a-t-elle été soumise pour examen au cours des 3 dernières années (2017-2019)? Non

Question 7: Prix de l'UNPSA

Est-ce que l’initiative a déjà gagné un prix UN PSA ? Non

Question 8: Autres récompenses

Est-ce que l’initiative a gagné d’autres prix dans le domaine des services publics ? Oui
Si oui, veuillez préciser le nom, l’organisation et l’année President Award Bangladesh 1987 BAAS Award Bangladesh 2000 Crest and Certificates from ICRISAT

Question 9: Comment avez-vous connu le PSPONU?

Comment avez-vous connu le PSPONU? GOVERNMENT

Question 10: Consentement de validation

J'autorise à contacter les personnes et les entités concernées pour s'enquérir de l'initiative à des fins de validation. Oui

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Questions/Answers

Question 1

Veuillez décrire brièvement l’initiative, le problème ou défi qu’elle cherche à résoudre, et spécifiez ses objectifs. (300 mots maximum)
Bangladesh Institute of Nuclear Agriculture (BINA) is primarily mandated to make peaceful use of nuclear and advanced techniques to boost agricultural production. The specific objectives of the initiative are:  to ensure a stable and productive agriculture through evolution of new varieties of crops  scientific management of land and water, development of appropriate technology to improve quality and quantity of crops  development of methods for control of disease and insect, and management of pest  carry out demonstration or trial-runs of new varieties of crops and their management practices  to ensure transfer of technologies to farmers as well as feedback from them to research programs.

Question 2

Veuillez expliquer en quoi l’initiative est corrélée à la catégorie sélectionnée. (100 mots maximum)
BINA has developed several high yielding, short duration, stress tolerant, nutrient rich, and premium quality varieties of cereals, pulses, oilseeds, jute, and horticultural crops as well as climate resilient technologies for sustaining agricultural production. BINA is also working for the improvement of landraces for stress tolerance and high yield potential. These technologies have been contributing to increase cropping intensity, enhancing biodiversity and increasing farmer’s income. All these efforts are contributing to food and nutritional security of the country.

Question 3

a. Veuillez spécifier quels sont les ODD et les cibles que l’initiative soutient, et décrivez concrètement comment l’initiative a contribué à leur mise en œuvre. (200 mots maximum)
The initiatives are directly related to SDGs Goal 1 (No Poverty) and Goal 2 (Zero Hunger). The first two SDGs are highly dependent on the profitable and sustainable agriculture. The initiative supports the following targets: 2.1 End hunger and ensure food access by all people, 2.2 End all forms of malnutrition 2.3 Double the agricultural productivity and income of small-scale food producers 2.4 Ensure sustainable food production systems and implement resilient agricultural practices 2.5 Maintain the genetic diversity of crops, cultivated varieties and their related wild species BINA developed high yielding crop varieties and modern crop management practices are playing significant role in increasing productivity in agriculture. By cultivating the salt tolerant rice varieties of BINA, 30% of the salt affected lands could be brought under cultivation. Through the cultivation of submergence tolerant rice varieties of BINA, will bring about 50% of flash-flood affected lands (1.3 million ha) of Bangladesh under cultivation. These varieties will produce almost 6.5 million tons of additional food by 2030 which will help to ensure food security of the country. Furthermore, by the cultivation of short duration crop varieties, farmers can accommodate one or two more crops in their filed which ultimately returns more profit to the farmers and eliminating poverty.
b. Veuillez décrire ce qui rend l’initiative durable en terme social et environnemental. (100 mots maximum)
BINA has developed crop varieties tolerant to different stresses e.g. drought, salinity and submergence. Salt tolerant rice varieties Binadhan-8 and Binadhan-10 covers 20% of total rice cultivable land in Bangladesh, while submergence tolerant rice varieties Binadhan-11 and Binadhan-12 increases the rice yield in submergence prone areas. Moreover, short duration and low-input varieties (Binadhan-17, Binadhan-19) are contributing to increase cropping intensity and more economic benefit to farmers. BINA developed bio-fertilizers for leguminous crops are helping in maintaining soil-health. Water-efficient technologies are helping to maintain sustainability in water resources. Thus the varieties and technologies are contributing to sustainable and economic agricultural production.

Question 4

a. Veuillez expliquer comment l’initiative répond à un déficit important en termes de gouvernance, d’administration publique ou de service public dans le contexte d’un pays ou d’une région donnés. (200 mots maximum)
The dry, north-western part of Bangladesh receives low rainfall, thus low yield of Aman-rice. Short duration rice variety Binadhan-7, Binadhan-16 and Binadhan-17 escapes drought and facilitates mitigation of ‘Monga’ (seasonal unemployment) in north-western part. Two submergence tolerant rice varieties Binadhan-11 and Binadhan-12 can tolerate up to 20-25 days of submergence, and can produce 5.0-5.5 t/ha of yield under stress condition. These varieties could be a hope for the farmers in the flash flood prone areas. ‘Binadhan-14’, short duration, late transplanting potential, high temperature (~36ºC) tolerant variety. Due to its special features, farmers can accommodate an extra crop like mustard, lentil, vegetables, etc. Binadhan-20, a biofortified rice variety contains 27.5 ppm zinc and 25-31 ppm iron which can supplement zinc and iron for children, pregnant and lactating women. About 30% nitrogen fertilizer and 50% water saving Green Super Rice Binadhan-17 is contributing to the production of high yield at low cost. Salt tolerant rice varieties ‘Binadhan-8’ and ‘Binadhan-10’ can accomplish normal growth in saline (8-12 dS/m) soil. Through the cultivation of these two varieties, it will be possible to bring almost 30% of the salt affected lands under rice production. Thus, fallow lands of coastal saline areas will be under cultivation.
b. Veuillez expliquer comment votre initiative aborde l’inégalité des genres dans le contexte du pays en question. (100 mots maximum)
BINA developed technologies are also related to Gender equality (Goal 5) and Climate action (Goal 13). ‘Gender equality’ is achieving through the creation of opportunity and involvement of women in the agricultural activities by BINA developed agricultural technologies. ‘Climate action’ is achieved through sustainable natural resource management by the development of climate resilient technologies.
c. Veuillez décrire le(s) groupe(s) ciblé(s), et expliquez comment l’initiative a amélioré leur situation. (200 mots maximum)
BINA developed 117 high yielding varieties of 18 different crop species through mutation and other advanced techniques. BINA also developed 109 technologies of soil, water and agronomic management. These crop varieties and management technologies are playing a significant role in Bangladesh agriculture ensuring food security. BINA developed crop varieties and agronomic technologies covers 12-14% which ensure increased cropping intensity, higher income of farmers and improved livelihood of farmer’s community.

Question 5

a. Veuillez décrire comment l’initiative a été mise en œuvre en incluant les développements et les étapes clés, les activités de suivi et d’évaluation, ainsi que la chronologie. (300 mots)
BINA has 13 research divisions (at Head Quarters, Mymensingh) and 14 regional research and extension centres throughout the country. Overall, the research activities are monitored by senior scientists and divisional Heads, and Director Research. In addition, a formal research monitoring and evaluation committee supervises the field research, farmers trials, and seed production activities. The developed promising crop mutants/lines are tested at regional stations along with National Seed Certification Agency. After formal application to the concern national seed certification agency, it is monitored and evaluated with a committee, and the report is placed to the National Technical Committee of National Seed Board (NSB) for final decision to accept or reject the mutants/lines as a variety. In case of technology, it is evaluated by an institutional Task Force/committee, and then finally accepted or rejected it by the controlling authority.
b. Veuillez expliquer clairement les obstacles rencontrés et comment ils ont été surpassés. (100 mots)
 Lack of Modernization and Mechanization at farmers level  Most of the farmers are illiterate  Ignorance of new technologies  Lack of Funds  Poor Infrastructure/ Lack of social amenities.  Lack of facilities to preserve seeds  Loss of land to natural disaster, urbanization and industrialization. These obstacles may be overcome by trained farmers about new technologies, field demonstration and cultivating high yielding crop varieties. The use of modern mechanization techniques are popularizing day by day.

Question 6

a. Veuillez expliquer en quoi l’initiative est innovatrice dans le contexte de votre pays ou région. (100 mots maximum)
In the past, southern part of Bangladesh (the seasonal saline prone area), and the north-western drought-prone area were cultivated by local, low-yielding crop variety resulting low crop yield. BINA developed stress tolerant and high yielding varieties brought a revolutory change in such problematic areas. BINA developed other short-duration rice crop varieties creates opportunity to include pulse and oil-seed crop, and thus increased cropping intensity of the country, and thus contributing a great deal to change national economy and social well-being.
b. Veuillez décrire, si cela est pertinent, comment l’initiative s’est inspirée d’une autre initiative fructueuse dans d’autres régions, pays ou localités (100 mots maximum)
The initiative has taken by BINA which is recognized by national and international organizations, and thus drew attentions of local and foreign institutes/organizations and hence inspired them a lot. The salt tolerant rice varieties (Binadhan-8 & Binadhan-10) and submergence tolerant (Binadhan-11 & Binadhan-12), short duration variety (Binadhan-7 & Binadhan-17) of BINA has been distributed to India and Nepal through tri-partite agreement with IRRI’s coordination and also distributed to Srilanka, Vietnam, Thailand, Pakistan, Myanmar and several African countries.
c. Si des technologies émergentes et de pointe ont été utilisées, veuillez indiquer comment elles ont été intégrées à l’initiative et / ou comment l’initiative a adopté le gouvernement numérique. (100 mots maximum)
BINA has been using nuclear instruments and tools/techniques. The 60Co and Gamma source are using to irradiate the seeds to create variability in characteristics, and finally helped to choose a desired crop variety. The biotechnology lab of BINA are helping to diagnose/ensure the target gene of desired character, thus helping to identify stress tolerant and nutrient rich varieties. Moreover, use of nuclear tools and techniques helped to identify appropriate management technology for potential crop yield.

Question 7

a. A votre connaissance, l’initiative a-t-elle été transposée et/ou adaptée à d’autres contextes (par ex. d’autres villes, pays ou régions) ? Si oui, veuillez expliquer où et comment. (200 mots maximum)
As a part of the mandate, the developed crop varieties and technologies has been transferring to farmers of the country through 14 substations (local office), farmers training, through the channel of Department of Agricultural Extension, training, demonstration farmer’s field day, and mass media. In regard to the context of adoption to other countries, BINA developed crop varieties are even adopted to abroad.
b. Si l’initiative n’a pas été transposée/adaptée à d’autres contextes, veuillez décrire le potentiel de sa transférabilité. (200 mots maximum)

Question 8

a. Quelles ressources (financières, humaines ou autres) ont-elles été utilisées pour mettre en œuvre l’initiative ? (100 mots maximum)
With a total of 132 scientists (having 100% MS and 60% PhD degree), BINA is conducting research with the aid nuclear and advanced technologies. BINA has a good number of specialized equipments (e.g. 60Co source, IRMS, Neutron Moisture Meter, etc.) and also uses isotopic tracers for problem solving activities in plant-soil-water system. BINA is also getting technical support from International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), which helped to continuing nuclear aided research.
b. Veuillez expliquer ce qui rend l’initiative durable dans le temps, en termes financiers et institutionnels. (100 mots maximum)
Crop varieties (rice, pulses, oil seeds) and technologies (in the field of soil, water, insect-pest, and other agronomic management) developed by BINA are climate resilient (biotic and abiotic stress tolerant), short duration, and high yielding. These special characteristics make them sustainable over time. The short duration varieties facilitated increased cropping intensity (more crop per year per unit of land) which makes them financially profitable.

Question 9

a. L’initiative a-t-elle fait l’objet d’une évaluation formelle interne ou externe ?
Oui
b. Veuillez décrire comment elle a été évaluée et par qui. (100 mots maximum)
National Seed Certification Agency (NSCA): Growing crop varieties under different field conditions 9at different agro-ecological zones of the country). National Seed Board of Bangladesh: Based on the technical report of technical committee and evaluating all factors, the board certified a line/mutant as a new variety. Institutional technology evaluation committee: For the management technologies, the committee evaluates the field performance and recommend for release a technology.
c. Veuillez décrire les indicateurs et les outils utilisés. (100 mots maximum)
For the crop variety: yield data (superiority to the existing one), quality (nutritional, cooking, etc.), resistant/tolerant to biotic and/or abiotic stresses, input requirements (lower/higher), climate resiliency, economic superiority. For the technology: Climate resiliency, economic superiority, input availability, sustainability, environmental aspects (hazardous or not).
d. Quels étaient les conclusions principales de l’évaluation (par exemple l’adéquation des ressources mobilisées pour l’initiative, la qualité de la mise en œuvre et des défis auxquels vous avez été confrontés, les résultats principaux, la durabilité de l’initiative, les impacts) et comment cette information est utilisée pour mettre en place l’initiative. (200 mots)
Based on the forthcoming programs/initiatives, the required financial budget is demanded to the Government through Ministry of Agriculture. Upon the approval of the budget, detail program are called to the component divisions. During the technical discussion/evaluation of the programs/initiatives, the experts place their opinion based on the resources (technological, financial, manpower capacity), and the programs/initiatives are finalized for short-term, medium-term and long-term basis. Accordingly, the initiatives are forwarded to the respective implementation units/divisions. If required, additional budget are demanded to the ministry with reason, and the resource is mobilized upon availability and satisfaction.

Question 10

Veuillez décrire comment l’initiative s’inscrit dans le paysage institutionnel adéquat (par exemple, comment elle se situe par rapport aux agences gouvernementales pertinentes, et comment les relations institutionnelles avec ces dernières ont été menées). (200 mots maximum)
BINA is National Agricultural Research System (NARS) Institute under the umbrella of Bangladesh Agricultural Research Council (BARC), and under financial and administrative control of Ministry of Agriculture of the People’s Republic of Bangladesh. BINA has 13 research divisions (at HQ, Mymensingh) and 14 regional research and extension centres throughout the country. The research activities are monitored by senior scientists and divisional Heads, and director research.

Question 11

L’agenda 2030 pour le développement durable met l’accent sur la collaboration, l’engagement, les partenariats et l’inclusion. Veuillez décrire quels acteurs ont été engagés dans la conception, la mise en œuvre et l’évaluation de l’initiative et comment cet engagement a eu lieu. (200 mots maximum)
BINA has linkage with several local organizations like DAE, BADC, NARS Institutes, and Universities, NGOs (BRAC, GKF, Proshika, BAUEC), and International organizations like FAO, IRRI, IAEA, ICRISAT, ICARDA, IEDA/CAAS, MNA, CNRRI, AVRDC, UNDP, IDB, etc. Through joint collaboration, BINA developed specific problem solving technologies and disseminate them to end users (farmers).

Question 12

Veuillez décrire les leçons clés apportées par cette expérience, et comment votre organisation prévoit d’améliorer l’initiative. (200 mots maximum).
Lesson learned: - Sustaining agricultural growth under dwindling land and water resources is challenging, specially under climate vagaries - Collaborative research work is useful for problem solving under global change condition with local and international institutions/organizations. Plan to improve initiative: - Capacity building (improvement of skill of the scientists, particularly to initiate basic research) - Partnership with other relevant national and international organizations - Research projects targeting specific problem solving.

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