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Capacity development in the Uganda smallholder pig value chain development: Testing of (four) Training Modules pertinent to best-bets themes with representatives from Kamuli and Mukono District

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Presented by Danilo Pezo, Emily Ouma, Michel Dione, Washington Ochola and Diana Brandes–van Dorresteijn at the Workshop to Review Training Modules in Pig Production and Business Management, Kampala, …

Presented by Danilo Pezo, Emily Ouma, Michel Dione, Washington Ochola and Diana Brandes–van Dorresteijn at the Workshop to Review Training Modules in Pig Production and Business Management, Kampala, 1-2 July 2014

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  • 1. Capacity development in the Uganda smallholder pig value chain development Danilo Pezo, Emily Ouma, Michel Dione, Washington Ochola and Diana Brandes–van Dorresteijn Testing of (four) Training Modules pertinent to best-bets themes with representatives from Kamuli and Mukono Districts Review of Training Modules in Pig Production and Business Management, Kampala, 1-2 July 2014 1
  • 2. Engaging National Consultants • Modular content developed by eight national experts covering priority themes (best bet technologies). • Experts supported through a 4-day Capacity Development write shop (March, 2014) STAGE 1 STAGE 2 STAGE 3 STAGE 4 2
  • 3. Capacity Development through Training of Trainers (ToT) • National ToT workshop for public and private sector, development, and university/research partners - 25 participants from 4 different districts, (April, 2014) • Local level Leadership Development and Partnerships (BRAC, NAADS NARO, SNV) key to test and deliver trainings at the field level STAGE 1 STAGE 2 STAGE 3 STAGE 4 3
  • 4. Testing of four modules in Masaka districts with experts/extension officers, national and local service providers (e.g. VEDCO), farmers, traders (May, 2014) Testing of four modules with representatives from Kamuli and Mukono districts (July, 2014) On-going Technical Peer Review by ILRI senior scientists and partners – as per agreed schedule STAGE 1 STAGE 2 STAGE 3 STAGE 4 4
  • 5. Early partner engagement to reach critical mass of trainees • The model/network is already in use by BRAC and Pig Production and Marketing Ltd. tested and delivered 3 field trainings on their own; other service providers/NGOs interested to roll out trainings • Field level trainings, local trainers help gauge speed of national scaling out • Discussions on-going with AFRISA, Makerere University, VSO how to feed lessons from the process into on-going and future curricula and formal training • Possibility of creating e-content and e-learning delivery under discussion with INSEAD/ToTo STAGE 1 STAGE 2 STAGE 3 STAGE 4 5
  • 6. Cascading the Capacity Development Approach National ToT 25 Trainers Field Testing •Masaka •Kamuli •Mukono Local Level • Further ToT • Other Service Providers Early engagement with public and private sector to strengthen national ownership, uptake and (future) scaling out • BRAC Model • Multi-Agency Training • Value Chain actor-led Training such as through private sector PPM • Public Advisory Service Providers • Curricula in Universities Colleges 6
  • 7. • To simulate use of 4 modules for training at district level • To review content, appropriateness, accuracy and delivery methods • To outline areas where research and practice need to be strengthened - revision of modules to make them locally relevant • Propose approaches/strategies for local level uptake - going to scale 7 Workshop Objectives
  • 8. • Follow the ILRI Guide to Module Development (January, 2014) and Instruction Design – Module Writing Style Guidance Note (March, 2014) • Follow ILRI publications style guide • Check creativity, (content of) exercises; reality check, is content locally relevant? • Check flow and elements of module, what do we miss? Is there cross referencing to other modules? • Update module tracking matrix, timelines, inform (external) peer reviewers about next steps 8 Reviewing Process
  • 9. Use eview Template • ACCURACY: Is the content of the module accurate? • TIMELINESS: Is content timely? • REFERENCED: Can the information contained in the content be accurately referenced? • APPROPRIATE: Is the content appropriate for the local context? • SEQUENTIAL: Is the content presented in a way that sequences information from basic to specialized and from simple to complex? 9