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Innovation platforms as spaces for change and transformation in rural communities
Innovation platforms as spaces for change and transformation in rural communities
Innovation platforms as spaces for change and transformation in rural communities
Innovation platforms as spaces for change and transformation in rural communities
Innovation platforms as spaces for change and transformation in rural communities
Innovation platforms as spaces for change and transformation in rural communities
Innovation platforms as spaces for change and transformation in rural communities
Innovation platforms as spaces for change and transformation in rural communities
Innovation platforms as spaces for change and transformation in rural communities
Innovation platforms as spaces for change and transformation in rural communities
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Innovation platforms as spaces for change and transformation in rural communities

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Presented by Alan Duncan at the MilkIT Pre-Inception Workshop,Nairobi, 24–25 January 2012

Presented by Alan Duncan at the MilkIT Pre-Inception Workshop,Nairobi, 24–25 January 2012

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  • 1. Innovation platforms as spacesfor change and transformation in rural communities Alan Duncan MilkIT Pre-inception Workshop, Nairobi 24th – 25th January 2012
  • 2. The conventional approach to livestock feed development Technologies
  • 3. Input supplier Collector ProcessorResearch Extension Rural farmer ConsumerConventional Coop approach: research to Innovation farmer Participator Systems y revolution: Approach: feedback research inside loops
  • 4. FAP
  • 5. Innovation processes in Ada’a Ethiopia Technical innovationMay 2008 Fodder options identified Crop Grow plc Seed sourced 44 farmers Land ooLakes Land Lakes plant on FAP Field Eden Field Eden NARS own fields Seeds Seeds Dairy co-op formed Farmers FAP Farmers FAP NARS NARS X-bred cows Ethiopian Institutional innovation sourced Meat & Dairy Farmers Tech Inst. Ministry purchase IPMS Ethiopian seed Meat & Dairy (extension) 60 farmers Tech Inst. Ministry FAP IPMS plant on Ministry own fields IPMS (extension) (extension) Milk transport Farmers issues voiced Godino DairyDec 2009 Milk transport Ada’a Dairy negotiations Co-op FAP Co-op ongoing 6
  • 6. Platforms based around NRM Local Research research National NBDC NGO Comm ChampioWoreda n farmersadmin Comm Comm Woreda Private water sector Woreda extension
  • 7. Innovation funds

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