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Presented by Purvi Mehta at the IFC and BMGF Consultation Meeting for Bihar Dairy Sector Development, 23 October 2013

Presented by Purvi Mehta at the IFC and BMGF Consultation Meeting for Bihar Dairy Sector Development, 23 October 2013


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  • Livestock sector development in Bihar: ILRI’s interests and plans Purvi Mehta IFC and BMGF Consultation Meeting for Bihar Dairy Sector Development, 23 October 2013
  • International Livestock research Institute India  CGIAR center dedicated to LS research Mali China  Over 700 staff from 43 countries, working on a cross section of LS issues  South-South (AsiaAfrica) collaborations Laos Vietnam Nigeria Sri Lanka Mozambique Kenya Thailand Ethiopia
  • ILRI Projects in South Asia AIP GEF Asia CSISA MilkIT Maize LIVE IMGoats GET Dairy L&F Dairy VC GEF Asia ELKS ACIAR CSISA GEF Asia
  • ILRI Priorities/Interests in Bihar Research• Productivity enhancement/efficiency • Animal Health (Peste des Petits Ruminants, Cysticercosis, Brucellosis ) • Animal nutrition (addressing feed/fodder shortage, feed efficiency) • Small holder dairy development • Small ruminant sector development Cross Cutting• Policy • Gender • Capacity Development
  • On going Work in Bihar  CGIAR Research program on Livestock and Fish  A4NH program- emphasis on Zoonosis and One health  CSISA project
  • Approach: Solution-driven R4D to achieve impact Dairy Value Chain Development Through CRP Consumers Major intervention with development partners Value chain development team + research partners Strategic CRP 3.7 Cross-cutting Platforms • Technology Generation • Market Innovation • Targeting & Impact INTERVENTIONS TO SCALE OUT REGIONALLY GLOBAL RESEARCH PUBLIC GOODS
  • Three platforms for generating productivity Improved Technologies Animal genetics Animal feeds Animal health Value Chain Targeting, Gender and Impact Development Systems analysis and Sectorial and policy targeting analysis Gender and equity Value chain assessment M&E and impact assessment Value chain innovation
  • Three platforms for generating productivity Improved Technologies Animal feeds Animal health Work on dual purpose crops Feed practices Targeting, Gender and Impact Development Systems analysis and Sectorial and policy targeting analysis Gender and equity Value chain assessment Animal genetics Value Chain M&E and impact assessment Value chain innovation VC Analysis- on going Policy interventions
  • Agriculture Associated Disease 1. 2. 3. 4. Food Safety Emerging infectious disease Zoonoses Ecohealth/One Health
  • Cereal System Initiative for South Asia CSISA  To improve the crop-livestock farming system for better livelihood of small and marginalised farmers  To improve the efficiency use of resources for livestock feed especially crop residue  To improve the provision of improved feeds and feed-related technologies
  • ILRI-CSISA Activity - Bihar ACTIVITY AREA  Samastipur, Muzaffarpur – on-going  Vaishali, Darbhanga, Patna and Begusarai –planned PARTNERS  BAU, Patna , BAIF, Other CG centers, MAIN ACTIVITIES  Promoting balance feed, which is prepared through farmer group  400 farmer trials in Samastipur in CSISA-I  200 farmer trials in Samasthipur and Muzaffarpur in CSISA-II.  Knowledge exchange through exposure visit  Better utilization of under-valued CR TARGET GROUP  Focused on women (especially SHGs) Making concentrate Training in NDRI
  • Collaborative Ideas  Combining efforts in data management  Need for cross sectorial collaboration: Health, Agriculture, Environment, Trade, Education  Value chain approach  Capacity development- training of trainers/critical mass  Inventory of efforts (individuals and institutions)  Collective voice for policy interventions  Bihar LS development platform?
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