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    EMRC William Matovu - East Africa Dairy Dev EMRC William Matovu - East Africa Dairy Dev Presentation Transcript

    • LIVESTOCK: Building Nutrition and Investment for Food Security Topic: “Dairy Industry Response to the African Nutrition Challenge” William Matovu Country Project Manger , EADD Uganda.
    • Contents
      • Food situation in Africa today – share of livestock & dairy;
      • Food situation in changing Africa - supply vs demand;
      • Opportunities and challenges for different stakeholders;
      • Investment in livestock.
      • Role of EADD.
    • Food situation in Africa today – share of livestock & dairy;
    • Consumption of Major food items
    • Opportunities and challenges for different stakeholders;
      • Cow milk has risen from 20 million MT in 2000 to 27 million MT in 2008 – 35% increase in 8 years.
      • Whole dried milk imports gone from 24,4000 MT in 2000 to 390,000MT in 2007 – about 60% in same period.
    • Continued
      • Market of milk, meat and staple food crops within Africa, alone is estimated at USD$150 billion a year- far exceeding Africa’s market to internationally traded cash crops like coffee.
      • Africa’s agriculture sector could rapidly advance from generating US $ 280 billion a year in revenue to $500 billion by 2020 to as much as $880 billion by 2030 (McKinsey).
    • Investment in livestock – betting on Africa
      • Provides Livelihood for the poor.
      • Promotes food security for all.
      • Prevents human health risks.
      • Ensure environmental sustainability.
      • Challenge is to find a balance between livelihoods, health, food security and environment.
    • Selected Constraints in Africa’s Dairy Industry Low milk productivity Limited skilled technical manpower Lack of extension/ veterinary services Seasonal variability in milk prices Limited availability of pastures High input prices Limited milk cooling/chilling infrastructure Limited stakeholder coordination Road infrastructure Quality and availability of veterinary drugs and vaccines Seasonal fluctuation in milk production Limited purchasing power in urban centers Limited competition in the ‘formal’ supply chain Lack of regulation enforcement mechanism
    • Role of EADD
      • Vision of Success:
      • The lives of 179,000 smallholder families— or approximately one million people — are transformed by doubling household dairy income by year 10 through integrated interventions in dairy production, market-access and knowledge application.
      • Beneficiaries:
        • poor smallholder dairy families that earn less than $ 2 per adult equivalent per day and have 1-5 cows.
      • Uganda, Rwanda and Kenya.
    • The Solution – Transforming Chilling plants to Business Hubs TRANSPORTERS QUALITY TESTING FARMERS FIELD DAYS FEED SUPPLY AI & EXTENSION VILLAGE BANKS OTHER RELATED MEs HARDWARE SUPPLIERS CHILLING HUB
    • Transition in Dairy supply Chain
    • Changing dynamics in the East African Region.
      • Nestle increasing its interest to invest in the region – procuring milk powder.
      • Expanding processing capacity; Enyange in Rwanda. Shumuk, SALL, Jess dairies in Uganda among others.
      • Certification schemes of raw milk trade in the region.
      • Introduction of School milk feeding schemes.
      • Emerging Regional blocks – East African Community.
    • Conclusion
      • Dairy subsector provide sustainable solutions to poverty reduction, especially addressing nutrition challenges.
      • There is a wide range of opportunities across the content that are emerging due to the growth of the dairy sub sector.
      • To meet the continent’s needs, the dairy sub sector requires strong policy and regulatory frame work.
      • Countries need to invest in school milk feeding schemes.
    • THANK YOU