Identifying the talent factor in inclusive African
agrifood systems
Kati Farms (Uganda)’s experience
Lovin Kobusingye, Kat...
African talent
feeding Africa with
African products
Organize producers and train them to
supply good quality produce
Photos: Kati Farms/Kobusingye
Innovative food products appeal to
growing and differentiated markets
Photo: Kati Farms/Kobusingye
Kati Farms’ value chain:
More fish by and for the poor*
* Learn about the ‘whole’ value chain approach of the Livestock an...
Key success factors to developing talent for
inclusive agrifood systems in Africa
• Develop innovative food products
• Cus...
The writing of this case study was financed by the
CGIAR Research Program on Policies, Institutions and Markets
Acknowledg...
The presentation has a Creative Commons licence. You are free to re-use or distribute this work, provided credit is given ...
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Presented by Lovin Kobusingye and Jo Cadilhon at the 2014 International Food and Agribusiness Management Association (IFAMA) Forum, Cape Town, South Africa, 17-19 June 2014.

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Identifying the talent factor in inclusive African agrifood systems: Kati Farms (Uganda)'s experience

  1. 1. Identifying the talent factor in inclusive African agrifood systems Kati Farms (Uganda)’s experience Lovin Kobusingye, Kati Farms (U) Ltd Jo Cadilhon, International Livestock Research Institute IFAMA Forum Cape Town 17-19 June 2014
  2. 2. African talent feeding Africa with African products
  3. 3. Organize producers and train them to supply good quality produce Photos: Kati Farms/Kobusingye
  4. 4. Innovative food products appeal to growing and differentiated markets Photo: Kati Farms/Kobusingye
  5. 5. Kati Farms’ value chain: More fish by and for the poor* * Learn about the ‘whole’ value chain approach of the Livestock and Fish CGIAR Research Program UIRI Training Business incubation Dept Fisheries Resources Smartfish program Market exposure Credit Fish feed Employment Employment Sempebwa Att. Legal advice Uganda Women Entrepreneurs’ Association European Markets Research Center Kudos Trust
  6. 6. Key success factors to developing talent for inclusive agrifood systems in Africa • Develop innovative food products • Customize your products to different market segments • Organize and train farmers and suppliers to deliver good-quality produce • Develop trust between suppliers and customers in the value chains • Nurture emerging agribusiness talent through technical and managerial training, business support, access to credit and appreciation
  7. 7. The writing of this case study was financed by the CGIAR Research Program on Policies, Institutions and Markets Acknowledgements Read the complete case study: Adding Value to Aquaculture Products: Kati Farms (Uganda) Ltd International Food and Agribusiness Management Review (2014) Volume 17 Special Issue B, pp.133-137.
  8. 8. The presentation has a Creative Commons licence. You are free to re-use or distribute this work, provided credit is given to ILRI. better lives through livestock ilri.org

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