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IPMS experience sharing workshop: Poultry group report

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During the recent (June 3-4, 2011) IPMS experience sharing workshop on market-oriented smallholder development, participants formed groups to discuss specific value chains. For each, the examined …

During the recent (June 3-4, 2011) IPMS experience sharing workshop on market-oriented smallholder development, participants formed groups to discuss specific value chains. For each, the examined issues of targeting, production interventions, input supply interventions, processing and marketing, lessons learned and challenges. This slidecast has the audio report from the group to plenary.

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  • 1. Poultry Group Report IPMS Experience-Sharing Workshop on Market-Oriented Smallholder Development Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, 2-3 June 2011
  • 2. Target
    • Who to focus on?
      • Priority: Women, youth and the landless for employment & income generation
    • Where?
      • Rural, peri-urban and small rural towns
  • 3. Input/services supply intervention
      • Developing least cost ration (using locally available resources)
      • Revitalize production of thermo tolerant vaccines
    • Production of small dose vials (10-50 chickens)
    • For commercial purpose: Wider choice menu
      • of commercial/improved breed.
    • Focus on local breed improvement and use
    • Technology improvement (Hay box from local available materials; local and small scale hatcheries )
    • Support & Revitalize local input suppliers
  • 4. Processing & marketing
    • Market interventions: for chickens and egg
    • Intervention in storage, transportation and marketing
    • Feeding habit of people: eating row eggs, long time of cooking, other ways of consumtion
    • Market, knowledge & information dissemination system:
  • 5. Lessons from IPMS
    • Larger number of chicken distribution per hh
    • Value chain approach (though not exhaustive)
    • Cluster approach critical number for all activities
    • Challenges:
    • Input supply constraints