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Adding Value to non-food uses of mango
Adding Value to non-food uses of mango
Adding Value to non-food uses of mango
Adding Value to non-food uses of mango
Adding Value to non-food uses of mango
Adding Value to non-food uses of mango
Adding Value to non-food uses of mango
Adding Value to non-food uses of mango
Adding Value to non-food uses of mango
Adding Value to non-food uses of mango
Adding Value to non-food uses of mango
Adding Value to non-food uses of mango
Adding Value to non-food uses of mango
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Adding Value to non-food uses of mango

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COLEACP ULP
« User-led process of consortia development »
Denis Félicité-Zulma - Project Officer
documentation@coleacp.org
http://www.coleacp.org/

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  • 1. Accra, 15 July 2013 6th AFRICA AGRICULTURE SCIENCE WEEK PAEPARD 2 SIDE EVENT COLEACP ULP
  • 2. COLEACP ULP « Adding Value to non-food uses of mango by products in West Africa » AGENDA CHALLENGES WHAT HAS BEEN DONE SO FAR?  WHAT ABOUT THE FUTURE?
  • 3. CHALLENGES  FIT with PAEPARD2 aims:  Partnerships oriented by the demand of the Research users  CONTRIBUTE to fighting fruit flies in West Africa through generating value from daily harvesting of fallen fruit by small producers.  DEMONSTRATE positive impact and ATTRACTING donors attention to fund research proposals
  • 4. WHAT HAS BEEN DONE SO FAR ? ULP New brokerage mecanism : December 2011: non-research partners proposed a bottom up approach led led by users of Research results. Step 1 - Definition of the federating theme (Jan-Sept. 2012) Step 2 - Desk Reviews (August-Dec 2012) Step 3 - Training of Agricultural Innovation Facilitator (Nov 2012) Step 4 - Regional Multistakeholder workshop (Senegal-March 2013)  Step 5 - Concept Notes (Core group) Step 6 - Identification of funding sources Step 7 - Development of full research proposals
  • 5. The mango federating theme  A large Consultation process (growers, exporters, processors, research institutes…)  The WA mango industry confronted to high crop losses due to fruit fly infestation  A phytosanitary problem to be solved  Incentive to be given to small producers for harvesting fallen fruit  Strong socio-economic impacts  Revenues to be generated along the value chain.
  • 6. 3 National Desk Reviews • Period: August >>>December 2012 • Countries: Burkina Faso, Côte d’Ivoire, Senegal • Objectives : Check validity of the federating theme through interviews of public and non public operators Identification of existing or planned initiatives on processing mango waste for mango non-food uses; lessons to be learnt from other agricultural sectors (soja, shea)
  • 7. Local Initiatives THEMES BURKINA FASO COTE D‟IVOIRE SENEGAL COMPOST/ FERTILISATION ENERGY: „‟briquettes‟‟ /biogas DAFANI / PAFASP / GEBANA /SNV I2T ANIMAL FEED GEBANA / INERA VERGERS DU NORD COSMETIC: Butter/oil BURKINA TURE/ MILOGO PICOS CI BIOESSENCE / BAOBAB DES SAVEURS
  • 8. CONSTRAINTS • Ecological (short mango seasonality and limited agro-ecology diversity) • Institutional (limited experience and capacity by public institutions and growers’ organisation) • Socio-economic: limited market prospects, road infrastructures to be improved • Technical: difficulty to process methane into liquid, lack of know-how on small scale oil extraction • Find partners
  • 9. - COLEACP Regional Workshop in Senegal (March 2013) identified 2 main Research questions around: • Adding value to Mangoes in the Cosmetic industry • Sustainable non-food processing of mangoes for use by family farmers and village communities (biogas, compost, animal feeding, “briquettes” for fire) - 2 « Core » multistakeholder groups write Concept notes on each Research question (March/July 2013) - Funding sources to be identified for submission of complete Research proposals (July-Nov.2013)
  • 10. Concept Notes 1. International market orientation: Cosmetic: - Mango butter + pulp (anti-oxydant fatty acid ) 2. Sustainable development of local small scale companies oriented:  Energy: - ’’Briquettes’’ from mango seed - Biogas • Compost (improving soil fertility …..) • Animal feed (pulp and peel)
  • 11. Concept Notes Operators involved: - Growers, exporters, processors, NGO, Associations, Research institutions, local donors Impacts: - Access to an alternative energy, increasing volume of animal feeding availability, improving the soil fertility. - Development of local production of mango butter, new export outlets (EU…), improving employment for women and young people in rural areas, bring new revenues for growers.
  • 12. What about the future? Research proposals (RP) matching donors’ requirements and research users’ expectations. Sustainability of the ULP AIF role How can PAEPARD further support RP? Y4E / Competitive Research Fund and an Incitation Fund
  • 13. 13 Desk studies (West Africa and Europe) Dakar Workshop Report Concept Notes Available on line http://paepard.org and « User-led process of consortia development » Thank you ! Denis Félicité-Zulma - Project Officer documentation@coleacp.org http://www.coleacp.org/

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