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Strengthening Nutrition and Food Security along the Dairy Value Chain. Outline. Land O’Lakes International Development Zambia Development Assistance Program Overview Value Chain Approach Nutrition and Food Security Results Lessons Learned. Land O’Lakes International Development.

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outline
Outline
  • Land O’Lakes International Development
  • Zambia Development Assistance Program Overview
  • Value Chain Approach
  • Nutrition and Food Security Results
  • Lessons Learned
land o lakes international development
Land O’LakesInternational Development
  • Division of Land O’Lakes Inc. founded in 1981, that leverages corporate experience and expertise
  • Our mission is to generate economic growth, improve health and nutrition, and alleviate poverty by facilitating market-driven business solutions
  • Current programs in 25 countries; Since 1981, 260 programs in 75+ countries
zambia dap overview
Zambia DAP Overview
  • Title II Development Assistance Program (DAP)
  • Implemented 2004-2009 in 12 districts in 4 provinces
  • Objective: Reduce food insecurity and create sustainability along the dairy value chain by:
    • Increasing smallholder incomes though milk sales and reliable marketing channels
    • Establishing producer groups and milk collection centers
    • Enhancing smallholder farmer productivity through improved dairy cattle genetics
zambia dap value chain approach
Zambia DAPValue Chain Approach
  • Market-based, value chain approach that increased or strengthened:
    • Availability, quality, and utilization of productivity-enhancing inputs and services (feed, animal health, breeding, and extension)
    • Milk production (dairy cows)
    • Milk collection and storage (aggregation, cooling and transportation)
    • Dairy processing
    • Dairy retail sales and consumption
zambia dap value chain link dairy production
Zambia DAPValue Chain Link: Dairy Production
  • Improved availability of
    • Dairy cows
    • Milk
  • Increased knowledge and utilization of
    • Farm and household hygiene practices
    • Animal husbandry skills
  • Increased household income from
    • Increased production and sales of milk
  • Improved dietary diversity via year round milk consumption
zambia dap results 1
Zambia DAPResults 1
  • 7.1 million liters of milk marketed
  • $2.7 million earned
  • Household incomes increased > 125%
  • Food security increased by 3 months per year
  • Dietary diversity improved by 33%
zambia dap results 2
Zambia DAPResults 2
  • Improved nutritional intake, particularly among children
  • Women’s child care responsibilities better accommodated.
  • Cultural practices prohibiting women’s ownership of livestock overcome
zambia dap lessons learned
Zambia DAPLessons Learned
  • Expanded delivery of nutrition and health SBCC and services
  • Targeted capacity-building in integrated human/livestock nutrition and health
  • SBCC adapted to business context
  • Promotion of joint household decision-making