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Value chain interventions in the LIVES zones. Dirk Hoekstra LIVES Familiarization Workshop Rift Valley Hotel, Adama , April 22-24, 2013. Outline. The value chain implementation process – Dirk Livestock value chain interventions - Dirk Irrigated crop value chain - Philippe. Steps taken.

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value chain interventions in the lives zones

Value chain interventions in the LIVES zones

Dirk Hoekstra

LIVES Familiarization Workshop

Rift Valley Hotel, Adama,

April 22-24, 2013

outline
Outline
  • The value chain implementation process – Dirk
  • Livestock value chain interventions - Dirk
  • Irrigated crop value chain - Philippe
steps taken
Steps taken
  • Zones and commodities selected
  • Baseline data collected
  • Rapid diagnostic study conducted
  • Commodity vision and potential interventions identified during zonal stakeholder meetings
implementation process planning
Implementation process - planning
  • In each Zone - organize meeting with key Zonal and District officials to:
    • Present development intervention plan (including km and capacity development)
    • Identify Pilot sites to initiate production activities (PA, rural/urban, watershed, irrigation scheme, grazing area)
    • Identify key value chain actors for each commodity to be linked to the production sites
    • Introduce commodity platform concept

(USE SHOULD BE MADE OF THE INFORMATION DOCUMENTED IN THE ZONAL REPORTS)

i mplementation process planning
Implementation process - planning
  • For each of the selected commodities create a platform and organize a meeting to
    • Review market potential/channels for the different products in a commodity
    • Review/agree on value chain development production sites for year1
    • Review/agree PA, District, Zonal agribusinesses, input producers, community service schemes to be linked to the production intervention areas
    • Review /agree proposed interventions year 1
implementation process production interventions
Implementation process – production interventions
  • Coach/mentor extension staff to introduce key production interventions during the year
  • Identify/provide demonstration materials for production interventions and/or prepare credit proposals as required
  • Identify key topics for capacity development and organize resource persons for training as required.
implementation process input service supply interventions
Implementation process – input/service supply interventions
  • Coach/mentor extension staff and agri -businesses to introduce input/service supply interventions
  • Conduct rapid assessment/action planning for community based target input/services beneficiaries as required
  • Identify/provide demonstration supplies, equipment and or prepare credit proposals to introduce input/service supply interventions
  • Conduct capacity developments for selected input/services beneficiaries (national/regional)
  • Create linkages between agri-businesses at District, zonal, regional and federal level
implementation process processing and marketing
Implementation process – processing and marketing
  • Coach/mentor extension staff and agribusinesses to introduce marketing and processing interventions
  • Conduct rapid market assessment for selected products as required
  • Identify/provide demonstration supplies, equipment and or prepare credit proposals to introduce marketing processing interventions
  • Create linkages with processing and marketing businesses at regional/federal level
implementation process monitoring and learning
Implementation process monitoring and learning
  • For selected platform members organize field visits/study tours to advanced/critical value chain nodes in and outside the Zone.
  • Organize platform meeting/field day to review progress and learn after six month.
  • Organize seminars to present and discuss lesson learned.
  • Feed market oriented knowledge skills to service providers and vc actors
livestock value chain interventions
Livestock value chain interventions
  • Poultry
  • Small ruminants
  • Large ruminants
  • Dairy
  • Apiculture
poultry
Poultry
  • Two systems
    • Peri-urban – exotic (integrate with dairy/fattening)
    • Rural – local breeds (selected)
  • Production
    • Use of better performing breeds (egg or broiler)
    • Improved management (housing, feeding, health, scale, records)
  • Input/service supply
    • Hatchery, pullet production
    • CAHW/vaccinators
    • Linkages with suppliers/services, including credit institutions
  • Processing marketing
    • Marketing groups
    • Linkages with institutional buyers
small ruminants
Small ruminants
  • Production
    • Use of better performing animal/breeds (exotic, local)
    • Improved fattening practices (feeding, housing, health, scale, cluster, records)
    • On farm fodder production, treatment/conservation
  • Input/service supply
    • Community breeding system
    • Breeder groups
    • CAHW/vaccinators
    • Communal grazing area management
    • Forage seed multiplication systems (FTCs, Private farms)
    • Fodder conservation/treatment services
    • Linkages with suppliers/service including credit institutions
  • Processing/marketing
    • Marketing groups
    • Linkages with institutional buyers (contracts, weight)
large ruminants
Large ruminants
  • Production
    • Use of better performing animal/breeds (exotic, local)
    • Improved fattening practices (feeding, housing, health, scale, cluster, records)
    • On farm fodder production, treatment/conservation
  • Input/service supply
    • CAHW
    • Communal grazing area management
    • Forage seed multiplication systems (FTCs, Private farms)
    • Fodder conservation/treatment services
    • Linkages with suppliers/service including credit institutions
  • Marketing processing
    • Marketing groups
    • Linkages with institutional buyers (contracts, weight)
    • Food safety butcheries
dairy
Dairy
  • Two systems
    • Urban/peri urban fluid milk by specialized and mixed farms
    • Rural local butter production/sale by mixed farms
  • Production
    • Use of improved breeds
    • Improved animal management (housing, feeding, health, fertility mngt)
    • On farm fodder production, treatment, conservation
  • Input/service supply
    • Mass insemination system
    • Calf/Heifer breeders
    • CAHW/vaccinators
    • Communal grazing area management
    • Forage seed multiplication systems (FTCs, Private farms)
    • Fodder conservation/treatment services
    • Linkages with suppliers/service including credit institutions
  • Marketing/processing
    • Processing fluid milk – cooperatives, private
    • Processing of butter – women groups
    • Collection points in peri urban areas
    • Quality control
apiculture
Apiculture
  • Production
    • Improved apiculture management (housing, feed/water, health/hygiene)
  • Input/service supply
    • Colony multiplication
    • Foundation sheet maker
    • Linkages with suppliers accessories/hives and credit institutions
  • Processing/marketing
    • Village level processing honey
    • Marketing groups
    • Linkages with commercial processors
thank you
Thank you!

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