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  1. Development and application of decision-support tools to conserve and sustainably use genetic diversity in indigenous livestock and wild relatives Baseline surveys in Bangladesh, Sri Lanka & Vietnam M.N.M. Ibrahim Regional Project Coordinator - ILRI Baseline survey Trainings: 14 February 2011

  2. Collaborating Institutions Bangladesh: March 2009 Bangladesh Agricultural University, Mymensingh Vietnam: March 2009 National Institute of Animal Husbandry Sri Lanka: March 2009 University of Peradeniya Pakistan: January 2011 University of Agriculture, Faisalabad

  3. Baseline surveys • At the baseline level 3 types of surveys are required: • Participatory Rural Appraisal (PRA)or Focus Group Discussion (PRA) • Household survey (HH) • Market Agent survey (MA)

  4. Baseline Survey Activities Baseline survey Trainings: • Bangladesh: Nov 2009 • Sri Lanka: Jan/Feb 2010 • Vietnam: Mar 2010 • Pakistan: Feb 2011 Survey Execution: • Bangladesh: Nov 2009 to Jan 2010 • Sri Lanka: Mar to May 2010 • Vietnam: Apr to June 2010 • Pakistan: Mar/Apr 2011

  5. Baseline Survey Activities ……. Data Entry and Cleaning: • Bangladesh: Feb to Apr 2010 • Sri Lanka: Jun to Sep 2010 • Vietnam: Jul to Oct 2010 • Pakistan: May to June 2011 Analyses and Reporting: • Bangladesh: Nov/Dec 2010 • Sri Lanka: Nov/Dec 2010 • Vietnam: Jan 2011 • Pakistan: July 2011

  6. PRA Training in SL

  7. HH survey Training - SL

  8. Role-Play

  9. PRA - BD

  10. Market Agent Survey - BD

  11. Awareness conducted by Site Manager - BD

  12. Lessons Learnt…. • Farmer turn out for PRA is poor!! Site manager or logistics team member has not done his/her job properly – insufficient publicity or last minute notification • Participation by women are low!! Chicken are generally cared for by women, and goats by both men & women. Important to have equal representation • Some farmers in the group are more active/talkative and deny others in giving their opinion!! Observer/Facilitator should divert attention to others in the group

  13. Lessons Learnt…. • Members of the PRA team or enumerators are less familiar with technical terms Clarify your doubts during training and use the glossary • Confusion in names used by farmers to identify chicken and goat breeds Guide the farmers by showing colour photos • Incomplete PRA reports!! The PRA team should get together and review the notes taken by the note keepers and put together the draft report the very next day