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Fodder interventions as a stimulus to enhancing broad-scale innovation in livestock systems through stakeholder platforms: Experiences in Ada’a woreda, Ethiopia

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Poster prepared by Alan Duncan

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  • 1. Fodder interventions as a stimulus to enhancing broad‐scale  innovation in livestock systems through stakeholder platforms Experiences in Ada’a woreda, EthiopiaBackground Key events Stakeholder  Jun•Previous project‐led  configuration Fodder approaches to feed/fodder  Jul options development have had limited  identified FAP NARSimpact and sustainability Aug•A new paradigm for rural development focuses on  IPMS Ministry  Sep (extension)enhancing innovation capacity  Technical innovation Seed sourcedby stakeholder‐driven diagnosis and action Oct•Stakeholder platforms are a useful mechanism for enhancing  44 farmers  Nov plant on  Land o Lakesboth technical and  own fields Eden Field Seedsorganizational innovation DecMethods Farmers FAP NARS Jan•Action research – process of  Dairy co‐op  formeddesigning, implementing,  Ethiopian  Meat & Dairy  Febreflecting and redesigning  Tech Inst. Ministry approaches IPMS Organisational innovation (extension)•Establishment of stakeholder  Mar X‐bred cows platforms – joint action plans  sourced FAPand implementation Apr•Documentation of innovation processes May Farmers Preliminary findings purchase seed Crop Grow•Appropriate technology (e.g.  plc Junplanted fodder) introduced  60 farmers  Land o Lakesthrough existing stakeholders is  plant on  Eden Field own fieldsuseful catalyst for raising and  Seeds Juladdressing broader system constraints Farmers FAP Aug NARS Milk transport Ministry•Working with stakeholder  issues voiced (extension)platforms means technological  Sepfocus soon gives way to  FAPorganizational issues Milk transport  IPMS Ministry  EMDTI Oct negotiations (extension)•Facilitating stakeholder  ongoingplatforms is time‐consuming  Godino Dairy Ada’a Dairy and monitoring change is not  Co‐op Co‐optrivial. The Fodder Adoption Project is funded by IFAD (Enhancing livelihoods of poor livestock keepers through increasing use of fodder; IFAD TAG 853) and works in  collaboration with the Improving Productivity and Market Success of Ethiopian Farmers Project (IPMS); Contact Alan Duncan (a.duncan@cgiar.org)

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