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Asamoah Larbi, Sawsan Hassan, and Mohammed Abdullah

Asamoah Larbi, Sawsan Hassan, and Mohammed Abdullah

Presentation to the FAP End of Project Workshop, Luang Prabang, Laos, 15-19 November 2010

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  • 1. Enhancing livelihoods of poor livestock keepers through increasing use of fodder: Syria Report on Project Output 3:
    Enhanced capacity of project partners
    to experiment with the use of fodder innovations
    through effective communication,
    technical information and training
    (IFAD Technical Assistance Grant 853)
    MAAR
    Aga Khan
    AsamoahLarbi, Sawsan Hassan, and Mohammed Abdullah
    Presentation to the FAP End of Project Workshop
    LuangPrabang, Laos, 15-19 November 2010
    ICARDA
  • 2. Output 3
    Enhanced capacity of project partners to experiment with the use of fodder innovations through effective communication, technical information and training
    MAAR
    Aga Khan
    ICARDA
  • 3. Outline
    Joint learning strategies
    Experimentation
    Effective communication
    Technical information
    2. Participation innovations training
    3. Capacity building needs assessment
    4. Communication material development
    MAAR
    Aga Khan
    ICARDA
  • 4. Joint learning strategies
    Exchange visits
    On-farm trials/demonstrations
    Group discussions
    Empowering women
    Field days
    Community meetings
  • 5. Joint learning strategies
  • 6. Joint learning strategies
  • 7. Joint learning strategies
  • 8. Joint learning strategies
  • 9. Joint learning – empowering women
  • 10. Barley grazing – farmers’ practice
  • 11. On-farm trials – barley vrs oats grazing
  • 12. Joint learning – empowering women
  • 13. Joint learning strategies – oat grazing
  • 14. Joint learning strategies
  • 15. Joint learning: on-farm grazing, forage yield
  • 16. Joint learning: on-farm grazing, lamb growth
  • 17. Joint learning: on-farm lamb fattening
  • 18. Joint learning: on-farm lamb fattening
  • 19. Joint learning: on-farm lamb fattening
  • 20. Joint learning: on-farm lamb fattening
  • 21. Joint learning: on-farm lamb fattening
  • 22. Joint learning: on-farm lamb fattening
  • 23. Joint learning: on-farm lamb fattening, carcass
  • 24. Joint learning: on-farm lamb fattening, meat quality (fatty acid profile Longissimusdorsi)
  • 25. Joint learning: on-farm milk production
  • 26. Joint learning strategies
  • 27. Joint learning: on-farm milk production
  • 28. Joint learning: on-farm milk off-take
    Medium-ration
    Low-cost diet
  • 29. Capacity building – innovations diagnosis
  • 30. Capacity building-needs assessment workshop
  • 31. Capacity building needs
    Extension and research staff
    Participatory approaches
    Data management and presentation
    Forage evaluation
    Farmers
    Forage seed production
    Crop residue use
    Ration formulation
    Hay making
    Forage management.
  • 32. Capacity building – empowering women
  • 33. Capacity building – training trainers
  • 34. Capacity building – training trainers
  • 35. Capacity building – short-courses
  • 36. Communication materials development
  • 37. Communication materials development
  • 38. Communication strategies - media
  • 39. Outcomes - signs of adoption
  • 40. Outcomes
    Farm level
    Better feeding strategies
    New arrangements – farmer-feed processer, El-Bab
    Reduced feed gap – triticale, oats, barley, mixtures
    Increased meat and milk - income
    Behavioural changes
    Farmers – commercial lamb fattening
    Farmer-extension-research linkage, Tal-Amri
    Why..???????
    Leadership
    Policy makers
    Build trust