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Modalities of cascading training in livestock technologies to farmers in Uganda

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Presented by Bakwe Jovia (Uganda National Farmers Federation) and Ivan Asiimwe (Uganda Cooperatives Alliance) at the FAO-ILRI Regional Training Workshop on proven Livestock Technologies, ILRI, Addis Ababa, 3-5 December 2018

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Modalities of cascading training in livestock technologies to farmers in Uganda

  1. 1. Modalities of cascading Training in Livestock Technologies to farmers in Uganda FAO-ILRI Regional Training Workshop on proven Livestock Technologies ILRI, Addis Ababa, 3-5 December 2018 Bakwe Jovia (Uganda National Farmers Federation) and Ivan Asiimwe (Uganda Cooperatives Alliance)
  2. 2. Training transfer activities Training of group/ cooperative leaders at National level Training of trainers (TOTs) and or community based facilitators Develop training manuals for the TOTs and CBFs Mobilization of farmers into groups/cooperatives and or supporting existing groups to recruit more membership Conduct trainings at farmer level Identification of demonstration farms for practical skilling of farmers Organize short course/refresher training programs Organize business to business meetings Monitoring and evaluation
  3. 3. Key stakeholders Cooperative/group leaders and technical teams Farmers Youth and women groups and associations Agricultural extension workers Policy makers Researchers Local government employees Development partners The academia
  4. 4. Tools for training Mentorships Training workshops Focus group discussions Business to business meetings  Community group meetings Experience sharing moments Learning visits/Exchange programs Media programs
  5. 5. Training opportunities at association level Available group structures for cascading trainings down wards Organized farmers into groups and cooperatives Support from development partners like researchers, donors Enabling environment that allows our interventions Quick buy-ins by farmers
  6. 6. Training opportunities at public sector level Existence of enabling legal and policy framework for operations Availability of infrastructure to enable our movements and activities Local government extension workers to support Existence of development partners to support our activities  Existence of training institutions
  7. 7. Training institutions Cooperative colleges of Kigumba and Tororo Agriculture training institutions Agricultural research institutions like the National and regional Agricultural research institutes Agricultural demonstration institutes Model farmers sites Agricultural bazars and exhibitions
  8. 8. Private sector partners Buyers Aggregators like cooperatives and District farmer associations Processors Media practitioners like the monitor farm clinic Input suppliers Breeders Training institutions like colleges and universities
  9. 9. Awareness creation/ methodology UNFFE/UCA DFAs and Cooperative Unions DFAs and Cooperative Unions Sub county/Area Cooperative enterprises Sub county/Area Cooperative enterprises Parish and Primary cooperatives Farmers Parish and Primary cooperatives
  10. 10. Benefits to farmers and Farmer organizations Improved animal breeds Increased production and productivity at farmers level Strengthened farmer organizations in membership, equity base etc. Added advantage to government programs/ vision 2040 for Agricultural modernization.

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