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Testing innovations in livestock and dairy value chain finance: Insights from East and Southern Africa
Testing innovations in livestock and dairy value chain finance: Insights from East and Southern Africa
Testing innovations in livestock and dairy value chain finance: Insights from East and Southern Africa
Testing innovations in livestock and dairy value chain finance: Insights from East and Southern Africa
Testing innovations in livestock and dairy value chain finance: Insights from East and Southern Africa
Testing innovations in livestock and dairy value chain finance: Insights from East and Southern Africa
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Testing innovations in livestock and dairy value chain finance: Insights from East and Southern Africa

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Nairobi, 15th July, 2014. Presentation by Jo Cadilhon, Nadhem Mtimet, Signe Nelgen, Edgar Twine (ILRI) and Heiner Böhme (Namibian Meat Corporation) on Day 1 of the Fin4Ag conference.

Nairobi, 15th July, 2014. Presentation by Jo Cadilhon, Nadhem Mtimet, Signe Nelgen, Edgar Twine (ILRI) and Heiner Böhme (Namibian Meat Corporation) on Day 1 of the Fin4Ag conference.

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    • 1. Testing innovations in livestock and dairy value chain finance: insights from East and Southern Africa Jo Cadilhon, Nadhem Mtimet, Signe Nelgen, Edgar Twine (ILRI) Heiner Böhme (Namibian Meat Corporation) CTA Fin4Ag Conference Nairobi 14 – 18 July 2014
    • 2. Ekwatho Financing Scheme E-mail: hbohme@meatco.com.na MEATCO Participating Farmer Financial Institution Communication SLAs • Guaranteed minimum price; • Producer facilitation; • Database administration; • On-farm inspections; • Technical advice & support; • Financing; • Loan & collateral administration; • Balloon interest payment (cumulative); • Loan application; • Beef production; • Allow quarterly weighing & inspection;
    • 3. Swaziland beef value chain finance model Email: n.mtimet@cgiar.org and s.nelgen@cgiar.org
    • 4. Dairy market hubs model TRANSPORTERS TESTING FARMERS FIELD DAYS FEED SUPPLY AI & EXTENSION OTHER RELATED MEs CHILLING or BULKING FACILITIES HARDWARE SUPPLIERS VILLAGE BANKS Email: e.twine@cgiar.org
    • 5. ILRI’s work presented here is implemented in a partnership with: Tanzania: • Sokoine University of Agriculture • Heifer International • Faida MaLi • Tanzania Dairy Board Swaziland: • Swaziland Ministry of Agriculture • Swaziland Water and Agricultural Development Enterprise Acknowledgements
    • 6. This work was undertaken as part of the CGIAR Research Program on Policies, Institutions, and Markets (PIM) led by the International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI). Funding support for this study was provided by the ‘Innovative beef value chain development schemes in Southern Africa’ project of IFAD, the ‘MoreMilkiT’ project of Irish Aid, the CGIAR Research Program on Livestock and Fish, and the CGIAR Research Program on Policies, Institutions, and Markets. This presentation has not gone through IFPRI’s standard peer-review procedure. The opinions expressed here belong to the authors, and do not necessarily reflect those of PIM, IFPRI, or CGIAR. Acknowledgements
    • 7. 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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