Initial steps for the Uganda Pig Multi-stakeholder Platform


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Presented by Michel Dione at the More Pork by and for the Poor Project Inception and Planning Workshop, Mukono, Uganda, 27-28 May 2014

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Initial steps for the Uganda Pig Multi-stakeholder Platform

  1. 1. Initial steps for the Uganda Pig Multi-stakeholder Platform Michel Dione More Pork by and for the Poor Project Inception and Planning Workshop, Mukono, Uganda, 27-28 May 2014
  2. 2. Initiating Pig Multistakeholder Platform and Processes (PMSP) in Uganda Impact pathway workshop Steering committee formation • International Livestock Research Institute (ILRI) • Agro Empowerment Centre (AEC) • Uganda Pig Organization (UPO) • Volunteers Efforts for Development Concerns (VEDCO) • Masaka District Veterinary Office (DVO- Masaka) • Mukono District Veterinary Office (DVO- Mukono) • Kampala Capital City Authority (KCCA), • Netherlands Development Organization (SNV) 4 meetings: mapping of the issues and stakeholders; governance and scope Problem 5: Actors not organized to exploit potential Underlying cause: no drivers or facilitators; lack of platforms/multi stakeholder forums; lack of organizational institutional setups; lack of extension services
  3. 3. Initiating Pig Multistakeholder Platform and Processes (PMSP) in Uganda Objectives • Faster linkage between different players and coordinate efforts • Addressing critical issues along the pig value chain and come up with solutions • Enhance synergies among actors to facilitate learning and use of knowledge • Knowledge/experience sharing between various organizations • Enhance communication and innovation capacity • Lobbying for legal entry into the national law • Bring local solution at national level Outputs • Pressing constraints in the pig sector addressed • Business linkages between actors in the pig sector in Uganda developed and strengthened Outcomes • Pig sector significantly contributing to household incomes and the national economy in Uganda
  4. 4. ISSUES PLAYERS Production • Feeding • Breeding • Technology (use school integrated systems) • Management • Pig biodiversity conservation disease vs biodiversity) • NGOS (VSO, VEDCO) • Uganda Industrial Research Institute • Agro Empowerment • NAADS; NAGRIC&DB; KCCA; Sasakawa • Pig Production and Marketing Uganda • District farmer organizations (UPO, Chiboga, etc…) • Religious bodies Pig health and Food safety • Pig health • Public health • MAAIF/NADDEC; Public health vets; Private vets • Uganda National Bureau of Standards (UNBS) • National Drug Authority (NDT); Drug stockists • Training institutions; Low enforcement organizations • Uganda Consumer Protection Organization Marketing • Linkage among buyers • Market information • Pricing; Transportation • Abattoir systems • FarmGain; Agrinet; Wanbizzi cooperative; Fresh cuts, Agroprofocos; SNV; InfoTrade; Uganda Industrial Reasrch Institute (UIRI); Hakuna Matata; Nicodemas; Wandegeya; Namugongo; Kiboka Keneth Processing and branding • Technology; Value chain addition; Equipment cost • Product diversity • sharing working models; Cold chain • Wambizzi abbatoir; Quality cuts • Delamere Farms (sauscages); Fresh cuts; Farmers choice • Uganda Industrial Res; Uganda Bureau of Standards (UBOS) • Rose butchery Gender The mapping of the issues and stakeholders
  5. 5. Advocacy, communication and documentation -working on positive publicity -disseminate research information into usable form by development actors - Using school for technology dissemination Use platform as data bank -Inclusion of pig in the national agenda -Lobbying -VEDCO -Media (Bukkede Radio, Daily Monitor, New Vision journals)) -ILRI -DANIDA -MAAIF -UPP -Uganda Industrial Research Institute -UgandaVeterinary Association Support systems and capacity development - Finance - Grants - Fund raising - Insurance - Development partnership - Regulation (policy change) - Research -Business incubation -VEDCO; Irish Aid; US Aid -Max Rothschild; UBOS -Banks (BRAC, FICA, Centanary Bank, VSLA, Financial Trust, Opportunity International) -Insurrance (GUT) -FAO, World Bank -Local government Research (COVAB, ILRI, NARO, NaLiRi Environment -Waste management -Biogas -DANIDA -Heifer -International Organizations (UN, FAO, WB) Gender The mapping of the issues and stakeholders
  6. 6. National Coordinating Unit (NCU) Regional Coordinating Unit Kampala area Central Coordinating Unit Western/South Coordinating Unit Northern Coordinating Unit Eastern coordinating Unit Kampala Mukono Wakiso Mpigi Masaka Mubende Koboka Rakai Hoima Kasese Masindi Lira Gulu Arua Moyo Kamuli Jinja Soroti Secretariat/Databank/Information center (SNV) National Coordination Unit (NCU) • Resource mobilization and coordination • National level advocacy • Capacity building • Regional and international trade • Legal support • Support in standard settings • Research/communication/documentation Regional Coordination Unit (NCU) • Networking and coordination of actors • Collecting and responding to farmers issues • Recruiting and reconciling actors • Linkage and information dissemination esp. marketing • Support standards Secretariat/Databank/Information center • Facilitation (logistics/communication) • Database and website maintenance (SNV)
  7. 7. Way forward…………. • SNV has a lot of experience facilitating MSPs in all the agriculture value chains • CRA signed between ILRI and SNV SNV leadership (facilitation)