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Introducing the Workshop on in-depth smallholder pig value chain assessment and preliminary identification of best-bet interventions, Kampala, Uganda, 9-11 April 2013
Introducing the Workshop on in-depth smallholder pig value chain assessment and preliminary identification of best-bet interventions, Kampala, Uganda, 9-11 April 2013
Introducing the Workshop on in-depth smallholder pig value chain assessment and preliminary identification of best-bet interventions, Kampala, Uganda, 9-11 April 2013
Introducing the Workshop on in-depth smallholder pig value chain assessment and preliminary identification of best-bet interventions, Kampala, Uganda, 9-11 April 2013
Introducing the Workshop on in-depth smallholder pig value chain assessment and preliminary identification of best-bet interventions, Kampala, Uganda, 9-11 April 2013
Introducing the Workshop on in-depth smallholder pig value chain assessment and preliminary identification of best-bet interventions, Kampala, Uganda, 9-11 April 2013
Introducing the Workshop on in-depth smallholder pig value chain assessment and preliminary identification of best-bet interventions, Kampala, Uganda, 9-11 April 2013
Introducing the Workshop on in-depth smallholder pig value chain assessment and preliminary identification of best-bet interventions, Kampala, Uganda, 9-11 April 2013
Introducing the Workshop on in-depth smallholder pig value chain assessment and preliminary identification of best-bet interventions, Kampala, Uganda, 9-11 April 2013
Introducing the Workshop on in-depth smallholder pig value chain assessment and preliminary identification of best-bet interventions, Kampala, Uganda, 9-11 April 2013
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Introducing the Workshop on in-depth smallholder pig value chain assessment and preliminary identification of best-bet interventions, Kampala, Uganda, 9-11 April 2013

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Presented by Danilo Pezo at the Workshop on In-depth smallholder pig value chain assessment and preliminary identification of best-bet interventions, Kampala, 9-11 April 2013

Presented by Danilo Pezo at the Workshop on In-depth smallholder pig value chain assessment and preliminary identification of best-bet interventions, Kampala, 9-11 April 2013

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  • 1. Introducing the Workshop on in-depth smallholder pig value chainassessment and preliminary identification of best-betinterventions, Kampala, Uganda, 9-11 April 2013Danilo Pezo
  • 2. The Smallholder Pig Value ChainsDevelopment in Uganda (SPVCD) ProjectHotel Africana, Kampala (Uganda)9th – 10th April 2013Review of the In-depth Value Chain Assessment andPreliminary Definition of Best-bet Interventions WorkshopObjectives and Procedures
  • 3.  A project funded by IFAD/EU (1st January 2011- 31st December 2013). Effectively started in Uganda in October 2012. Donor opened possibility of getting a NCE Part of the Livestock and Fish, by and for thePoor CGIAR Program (CRP 3.7). Works closely with the Safe Food – Fair FoodProject, funded by GIZ (part of CRP 4.3).3
  • 4.  Led by the International Livestock ResearchInstitute (ILRI), with the International Centerfor Tropical Agriculture (CIAT) as a CGIARpartner. Partners at national level:NaLIRRI, MAAIF, NAADS, the localgovernments of Kamuli, Masaka, andMukono, Makerere University, NGOs suchas VEDCO and VSF, and representatives ofthe private sector.
  • 5. To improvelivelihoods, incomes andassets of smallholder pigproducers, particularlywomen, in a sustainablemanner, through increasedproductivity, reduced risk, andimproved market access in pigvalue chains.
  • 6.  To identify market opportunities for pork inUganda, and the multiple factors preventingsmallholder pig producers from exploitingthose opportunities, with focus onconstraints caused by animal diseasethreat, feed resources, and performance ofmarkets and services. To develop and pilot test a set of integratedpackages for smallholder pig productionand market access for specific productionsystems, resource profiles and marketsettings in Uganda. To document, communicate and promoteappropriate evidence-based models forsustainable, pro-poor pig value chains.
  • 7. “Empowered and efficient smallholder pigproducers with increased productivity, havingequitable access tomarkets, information, knowledge, improvedtechnologies, and inputs for sustainable andresilient livelihoods”Source: Ochola, W. 2013. Report of the Outcome Mapping/Site SelectionWorkshop. Held in Seeta (Mukono, Uganda), 10-13 October 2013.ILRI, Kampala. 47 p.
  • 8.  Organize interest groups of famers and other VCactors. Improve access to information and markets. Create linkages among stakeholders for serviceprovision and sustainability. Increase knowledge of smallholder pig farmers onfeeding, breeding, animal health and diseasecontrol, and food safety.Source: Ochola, W. 2013. Report of the Outcome Mapping/ SiteSelection Workshop. Held in Seeta (Mukono, Uganda),10-13 October 2013. ILRI, Kampala. 47 p.
  • 9.  To review the results of the Indepth Value Chain Assessment(farmers and key informants) inthe target districts (Kamuli,Masaka and Mukono). To identify potential bestinterventions to address theconstraints and opportunitiesidentified in the value chainassessment.
  • 10.  Presentation of VCA major findings (by SPVCDand SF-FF researchers) Presentation of Successes and FailuresPromoting/Adopting Technology Interventionsin Smallholder Pig VCs (by three UgandanConsultants) Group discussions: The setting for assessing best-bet interventions Identification of potential best-bets for: Value chains Animal health & food safety Feeding and breeding

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