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Tanzania Dairy value chain: Initial ideas for Integrated Core Project

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Presented by Amos Omore, ILRI, the Livestock CRP Priority Countries Planning Meeting, Nairobi, 26–27 March 2019

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Tanzania Dairy value chain: Initial ideas for Integrated Core Project

  1. 1. Tanzania Dairy value chain: Initial ideas for Integrated Core Project Amos Omore, ILRI Livestock CRP Priority Countries Planning Meeting 26 – 27 March 2019 Nairobi, Kenya
  2. 2. Previous focus • Testing complementary multi- stakeholder processes (hubs and innovation platforms) to increase use of inputs and services, including use of CRP innovations • Aimed to strengthen market linkages to over come market barriers; increase participation, revenue/income; improve livelihoods • Targeted pre-commercial marginalized cattle-keeping men and women
  3. 3. Lessons learned so far • The hubs were found useful for intended purposes and progress towards sustainability demonstrated • Starting with formation of farmer groups is a slow process; requires significant investments • A quicker way would be to start with service providers who integrate service delivery into their agribusinesses
  4. 4. Achievements • Shown that business skills play an important role in growing milk trader and ITM vaccination businesses (MoreMilkiT and ITM2Scale projects) • A policy forum with partners capitalized on five years of investment under L&F, with similar examples as above • Inclusive investment opportunities for private and/or public investments were identified (ToC focus) • The 35 posters that showcased innovations that can be scaled or invested in along the VC are here: • More outputs here:
  5. 5. Proposed next intervention • Core project: Agri-entrepreneurship, technology uptake and inclusive market dev for women and youth • Promote youth/women agribusinesses (existing or post- incubation) to use dairy innovations that include CRP results • Flagships role: Provide innovations that can be profitably leveraged, piloted and evaluated for livelihood outcomes • Support coaching/mentoring to maximize research into use • Intervention to be implemented on the back of agribusiness development project(s) – TBD. – There are many agribusiness dev projects involving livestock commodities but with little research!
  6. 6. What we would reasonably expect to achieve as outcomes by Dec 2021 Outcomes: • Improved access and use of inputs and services • Increased participation of youth and women farmers • Enabling environment and capacity for youth/women agribusinesses to generate innovation • Investments in dairy diets for vulnerable groups catalyzed Key research questions: • Can CRP innovations be profitably leveraged to deliver more income and better nutrition from consumption of safe milk? • Can agribusiness incubation and mentorship crowd in competitive and efficient agribusinesses?
  7. 7. What an integrated intervention could look like • Title: Agri-entrepreneurship, technology uptake and livelihood outcomes • Target population: Youth and women actors in dairy VC • Flagships to provide menu of options/ best bets. Examples: – Genetics & Health: AI service provider cum ECF vaccinator (ITM2Scale) – Feeds & Forages: Milk trader supplying Brachiaria seeds, selling fodder? – Environment: CLEANED trade-offs / climate-smart feed baskets? – Gender / Youth: already the focus (link to ‘Women in Business’ project?) – Capdev: Business incubation, mentoring/coaching? – A4NH food safety / zoonoses : T & C / MoreMilk related work? – LLAFS/KIT: ToC and situational analysis updates; apply protocol for testing/evaluating innovations for improved vc performance; Policy – link to LMP – Build on:
  8. 8. Key challenges: • Identifying and prioritizing business ‘ready’ best bets / options / packages for piloting (this workshop) • How to integrate or separately test ‘best bets’ that cannot be profitably leveraged by agribusinesses? • Identifying appropriate development partnership(s) for testing of the intervention
  9. 9. CGIAR Research Program on Livestock The CGIAR Research Program on Livestock aims to increase the productivity and profitability of livestock agri-food systems in sustainable ways, making meat, milk and eggs more available and affordable across the developing world. This presentation is licensed for use under the Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International Licence. The program thanks all donors and organizations which globally support its work through their contributions to the CGIAR system