Value Chain Analysis - Experience from EADD and Ideas for MilkIT

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Presented by Ben Lukuyu at the MilkIT Pre-Inception Workshop,Nairobi, 24–25 January 2012

Presented by Ben Lukuyu at the MilkIT Pre-Inception Workshop,Nairobi, 24–25 January 2012

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  • 1. Ben LukuyuMilkIT Pre-inception Workshop, Nairobi24th – 25th January 2012VALUE CHAIN ANALYSIS - EXPERIENCE FROMEADD AND IDEAS FOR MILKIT
  • 2. IMPLEMENTATIONS OF FEED INTERVENTIONS BlanketYear 1-1.5 implementatio n across all hubs FEAST Tool Hub specificYear 1.5 - date feed interventions
  • 3. EXAMPLES OF EADD FEED VC ANALYSIS Pulverizing and use of fodder/crop residues in selected EADD hubs Feed/Fodder marketing study in selected EADD hubs The concentrate feed value chains in Uganda Assessment of the forage seed production and delivery systems in Kenya, Uganda and Rwanda panned for 2012
  • 4. BROAD OBJECTIVES Provide a current understanding of the respective value chains  Identification of key constraints and opportunities  Identification of key actors and potential leverage points to bring about change (making linkages, training/developing capacity etc.)
  • 5. PROCESS Identifying key value chains that influence feed quantity and quality  Baselinestudy  Hubs specific rapid appraisals (FEAST tool)  Stakeholder workshops/partner meetings Developing methodology/approach Identifying/developing tools Planning – teams, logistics,
  • 6. PROCESS Implementation – data collection, entry & analysis Feedback to stakeholders  Sieving out key issues to follow up on
  • 7. LESSONS LEARNED – PULVERIZER STUDY Identified problems/ inefficiencies with different machines  Linked the operators to local producers and worked with them to improve the machines/for repairs Cash flow problems  Linked new operators to hubs to obtained financing to buy machines Lack of knowledge about feed mixing  Trained operators and provided leaflets on feed mixing
  • 8. LESSONS LEARNED – FODDER MARKET SURVEY Provided information about trading of feed/fodder i.e. constraints & opportunities, types, sources, pricing Created linkages for feed supply between deficit and production zones through hubs (within and outside EADD sites)
  • 9. CONCENTRATE FEEDS VC IN UGANDA Lack of feed policy, regulation  Unqualifiedsmall scale players in the industry  Cheap and poor feed quality• Follow up  Engage stakeholders to  Highlight constraints and opportunities  Catalyze enactment of the feed policy  Involve them in feed regulation  Working with partners to build capacity on feed rationing
  • 10. SOME IDEAS FOR MILKIT Identification of specific feed value chains that influence quantity, quality and seasonality of feeds Need for in-depth study of each value chain/combine this with mapping of actors in the VC Need to blend quick qualitative assessment and quantitative analysis