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Waste to Worth. Work to date October 15, 2013. Human health. Industrialised countries. Food security. Environment. Developing countries. Source: SOFA 2009. Livelihoods. Work to date I. Since the Nairobi meeting (January 2013): Manure Management Improvement Program

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Waste to worth

Waste to Worth

Work to date October 15, 2013


Waste to worth

Human health

Industrialised countries

Food security

Environment

Developing countries

Source: SOFA 2009

Livelihoods


Work to date i

Work to date I

Since the Nairobi meeting (January 2013):

  • Manure Management Improvement Program

    • Manure Kiosk: Funding proposal submitted to Climate and Clean Air Coalition (CCAC)

    • Pilot projects: inventory Vietnam, project definition Kenya

    • Mapping Manure Management: livestock Wiki, first analysis results

  • Team structure:

    • Core team active, but very small

    • Continuity required

    • Representation Guiding Group

    • Meeting in Bangkok, August 2013


Preliminary activities

Preliminary activities

  • Global inventory on manure production and management:

    • production of NPK in manures;

    • current manure management practices;

    • actual use of manure as fertilizer and associated nutrient balances.

    • FAO/ILRI/IIASA/WUR, the livestock Wiki

  • Target and prioritize the development of planning tools and regulatory and incentive frameworks;

    • support viable manure management;

    • create opportunities for nutrient recycling

    • Manure Kiosk as the vehicle


Manure kiosk

Manure Kiosk

  • Proposal Manure Kiosk: knowledge infrastructure for:

    • Awareness raising and learning at policy and technical levels

    • Catalysing manure management improvement

    • Capacity building, training

    • Networking and practical collaboration

  • Structure:

    • Information Hubs: central and regional (3), use existing structures/institutions

    • People for contacts, training, workshops, etc.

    • Roster of experts, for consultation and service provision

    • Internet site for information, lessons, market place

    • Livestock-geo-wiki


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Manure Kiosk

  • Current partners:

    • Climate and Clean Air Coalition

    • Global Methane Initiative

    • Global Agenda of Action

    • Global Research Alliance

    • World bank

    • Wageningen Livestock Research

    • Tropical Agricultural Research and Higher Education Center (CATIE)

    • International Livestock Research Institute (ILRI)

    • Stockholm Environment Institute (SEI) – Bangkok Office

  • Advanced negotiations / Proposal for funding submitted


From the global approach to local action

From the global approach to local action

From a global initiative to local regional action


Waste to worth meeting bangkok

Waste to Worth Meeting, Bangkok

Recruit new members into focus area / Agenda

Strengthen the programme of work

Identify existing multi-stakeholder initiatives

In-country opportunities to catalyze innovation networks

Regional centre


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Waste to Worth Meeting, Bangkok


Manure management perspectives

Manure Management Perspectives

  • Policy development:East Africa, South East Asia, Latin America

    • National and regional governments

  • Pilot projects:

    • Manure refinery: bio-enzymes and nutrient separation, feed industry, intensive livestock sector

    • Manure management pig farms Vietnam

    • Dairy farms Kenya, on-farm research and extension

  • Network extension

  • Livestock Wiki

    • Analyse and inform


Livestock distributions

Livestock distributions

Ducks

Pigs

  • Updated sub-national statistics

  • 1km MODIS data (2001-2008)

  • Standardised to FAOSTAT 2006

  • New, improved modelling approach

  • Accuracy estimates (internal)

  • Cluster computing (SIB)

Chickens

Source: Robinson, Gilbert et al. (2013)


Ruminant production systems v5

Ruminant production systems (v5)


Manure management int pigs

Manure management (int. pigs)

Proportion of manure managed in the five main systems

100%

0%

Lagoon

Dry lot

Liquid/slurry

Pit

Solid storage


Manure is like money

Manure is like money

Accumulated it’s a problem

Well spread it’s a blessing

You need the stuff to keep the system going!


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