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Cassava Enterprise Development Project (CEDP) - Achievements, lessons learned, and the way foward
Cassava Enterprise Development Project (CEDP) - Achievements, lessons learned, and the way foward
Cassava Enterprise Development Project (CEDP) - Achievements, lessons learned, and the way foward
Cassava Enterprise Development Project (CEDP) - Achievements, lessons learned, and the way foward
Cassava Enterprise Development Project (CEDP) - Achievements, lessons learned, and the way foward
Cassava Enterprise Development Project (CEDP) - Achievements, lessons learned, and the way foward
Cassava Enterprise Development Project (CEDP) - Achievements, lessons learned, and the way foward
Cassava Enterprise Development Project (CEDP) - Achievements, lessons learned, and the way foward
Cassava Enterprise Development Project (CEDP) - Achievements, lessons learned, and the way foward
Cassava Enterprise Development Project (CEDP) - Achievements, lessons learned, and the way foward
Cassava Enterprise Development Project (CEDP) - Achievements, lessons learned, and the way foward
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Cassava Enterprise Development Project (CEDP) - Achievements, lessons learned, and the way foward

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Increasing economic opportunities through sustainable and competitive cassava production, processing, marketing and enterprise development. …

Increasing economic opportunities through sustainable and competitive cassava production, processing, marketing and enterprise development.
Reduce the impact of virulent cassava mosaic disease
Increase the productivity of cassava
Develop and expand post-harvest processing and marketing

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  1. Cassava Enterprise Development Project (CEDP)Achievements, lessons learned, and the way forward G. Tarawali, Project Manager International Institute of Tropical Agriculture – Institut international d’agriculture tropicale – www.iita.org
  2. Outline of presentation1. Brief introduction2. Project focal states and donors3. Achievements and activities4. Lessons learned5. The way forward6. Conclusion International Institute of Tropical Agriculture – Institut international d’agriculture tropicale – www.iita.org
  3. Introduction• In 2002 the Nigeria’s Presidential Initiative on cassava was launched• Objective of achieving an annual income of US$5 billion from processing and exporting cassava• IITA supported this vision by the initiation of 2 projects International Institute of Tropical Agriculture – Institut international d’agriculture tropicale – www.iita.org
  4. Introduction Integrated Cassava Project (ICP)Preemptive Management of the Cassava EnterpriseVirulent Cassava Mosaic Development Project (CEDP)Disease in Nigeria (CMD) International Institute of Tropical Agriculture – Institut international d’agriculture tropicale – www.iita.org
  5. Complementarities between CMD & CED Projects Processing, marketing, and enterprise development C E D PCMD Breeding and production International Institute of Tropical Agriculture – Institut international d’agriculture tropicale – www.iita.org
  6. Project Focal States and Funding• Duration 5 years: October 2004 – September 2009• Funding: USAID and SPDC (Global Development Alliance)• Total Funding: USD11.9 million Contributions (m): Project States: Shell = US$7.5; SS: Akwa Ibom, Bayelsa, Cross River, USAID = US$2.9; Delta, Edo and Rivers IITA = US$1.5 SE: Abia, Anambra, Ebonyi and Imo FGN = US$17.1 International Institute of Tropical Agriculture – Institut international d’agriculture tropicale – www.iita.org
  7. Project Objective (CEDP)General objectiveIncrease economic opportunities through sustainable andcompetitive cassava production, processing, marketingand enterprise developmentSpecific objectives1. Reduce the impact of virulent cassava mosaic disease2. Increase the productivity of cassava3. Develop and expand post-harvest processing and marketing International Institute of Tropical Agriculture – Institut international d’agriculture tropicale – www.iita.org
  8. Achievements and Activities Role as Project Manager International Institute of Tropical Agriculture – Institut international d’agriculture tropicale – www.iita.org
  9. Summary of major activitiesTargets for 2007/Indicators This Year Target This Year ActualIncome From Selected Commodities and Products $13.1m $14.2mJob Creation 1700 1747Increased Agricultural Productivity and MarketingSales of agricultural commodities/products $13.1 $14.4Area under sustainable management (ha) 3500 7319Productivity of selected commodities/products 21t/ha 25.6t/haClients adopting improved technologies 100000 76721Number of technologies introduced 12 18Increased Commercial viability of micro, small, and medium enterprisesEnterprises benefiting from Business Development Services (BDS) 279 707Sustainable Producer Associations 121 70Obtained Green Rating for 3 consecutive times International Institute of Tropical Agriculture – Institut international d’agriculture tropicale – www.iita.org
  10. 1. Reduce impact of CMD disease Germplasm evaluation, multiplication and distribution strategies• The Problem• Imminent and increasing possible threat of the Ugandan strain of the CMD virus to the Nigerian cassava economy• Proposed solution• Pre-emptive management of CMD through rapid deployment CMD-resistant, high yielding cultivars• Constraints• IITA cannot release a cassava variety in Nigeria• Variety release process in Nigeria takes from 6 to 8 years (no release of new cassava variety from 1986 to 2004)• Fast track participatory selection approach (FTPSA)• All executing agencies involved in variety release participate from the onset in a combined series of trials executed concurrently for 2 years. International Institute of Tropical Agriculture – Institut international d’agriculture tropicale – www.iita.org
  11. 1. Reduce impact of CMD disease (contd) Ten varieties officially released-2005/6IITA improved varieties Top 10 varieties released in 2 years • TME 419, • TMS 98/0505, • TMS 97/2205, • TMS 98/0510, • TMS 98/0581, • TMS 92/0326, • TMS 96/1632, • TMS 98/0002, • TMS 92/0057 • NR87184 Resistant to CMD, other pests and diseases • CNN 50t/ha by Zimbabwe farmers International Institute of Tropical Agriculture – Institut international d’agriculture tropicale – www.iita.org
  12. 1. Reduce impact of CMD disease (contd)Yield of improved and local cassava varieties in farmersfields by State International Institute of Tropical Agriculture – Institut international d’agriculture tropicale – www.iita.org

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