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Research Review & Planning Meeting Africa RISING – East & Southern Africa Project 1-5 October 2012, Arusha, Tanzania. Opportunities for leveraging with PPP (NAFAKA). J.Rusike. NAFAKA. Means grain Project staples value chain activity Currently very active rice sector in Kilombero and Mvomero

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nafaka
NAFAKA
  • Means grain
  • Project staples value chain activity
  • Currently very active rice sector in Kilombero and Mvomero
  • 5 Components (in rice sector plan for maize)
    • Rehabilitating value chains
    • Increase productivity in the two crops
    • Innovative trade and competitiveness
    • Innovative partnerships (ACDI-VOCA, MVIWATA,FIPS, RUDI, CRS)
    • Increasing income for vulnerable communities
workings
Workings
  • Entry point: village level FO: Identify existing or non-existing
  • Do assessment see area for strengthening/develop partnerships: district federated FOS (Apex producer, outgrowers, cooperatives in crop production)
  • Mother-Baby Trials: variety, fertilizer (YARA)
  • Agrodealers
  • Post-harvest: Storage, warehouse receipt systems; SACCOS
  • Markets (Kibaigwa): Local assembly, central, bargaining, finance/credit
workings1
Workings
  • For maize targeted high potential area based on soil fertility, rainfall
  • In Kiteto 17 villages; Kongwa 33 villages; Mvomero 12 villages; in Kilombero divided into 2 clusters
  • Mother trials 12x20 meters: 33 in Kongwa, 21 in Kiteto
  • Maize varieties: Hybrids (Pioneer, DK, Tanseed); OPVs (Uganda Longe 6, Longe 4, Situka)
  • All those attend during planting mothers demos each get varieties for baby trials
  • Comparison between Mother and baby
  • Livestock: FIPS Chicken vaccinations but stopped
  • District Officers where to locate, farmers invited to participate about 100 farmers
workings2
Workings
  • For maize targeted high potential area based on soil fertility, rainfall
  • In Kiteto 17 villages; Kongwa 33 villages; Mvomero 12 villages; in Kilombero divided into 2 clusters
  • Mother trials 12x20 meters: 33 in Kongwa, 21 in Kiteto
  • Maize varieties-: Hybrids (Pioneer, DK, Tanseed); OPVs (Uganda Longe 6, Longe 4, Situka)
  • All those attend during planting mothers demos each get varieties for baby trials
  • Comparison between Mother and baby
  • Baby trials no fertilizer. Mother trials use fertilizer YARA , Minjingu PR).
  • District Officers where to locate, farmers invited to participate about 100 farmers
workings3
Workings
  • Comparative advantage of the CGIAR agricultural systems production research; Contractors (ACDI, Abt) in value chains
  • The program document/work plan of AR scope
  •  USAID wants the two types of implementers to cooperate: Which project goes the credit for the value chain work (not counting twice), once for each project
workings4
Workings
  • Evaluation is in two parts
  • 1 Technologies per se using a GxEXMXLXM
  • RCTs to go beyond plot level randomization
  • 2 delivery value chain work
  • Quasi-experimental approaches (before and after interventions and with and without interventions i.e. difference in differences; propensity score matching; Instrumental Variables;
  • Assess the value added NAFAKA/ABT/DAI with and without technologies from the CGIARs. 
  • Difference can be attributed tovalue chain work/agricultural production systems research