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Mzffp kpi-nairobi-workshop nov10 Mzffp kpi-nairobi-workshop nov10 Presentation Transcript

  • MOZAMBIQUE FFP: MANICA SMALLHOLDER DAIRY DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM - Marinho Nhambeto, M&E Officer Land O’Lakes Mozambique -
  • Project area Catandi ca, 78 Matsinho , 416 Vanduzi, 351 Gondola- Sede, 27 Manica- Sede Messica Chimoio, 30 Amatongas, 62 Zembe, Sussunde 69 Cafumpe, 93 nga Rotanda, Macate, 90 83 Inchope, 24 Muhoa, 1 Dombe 6 Districts 15 Admin Posts 18 Localities 47 communities
  • Objectives - Timeline: Approximately 42 months - Target group: Smallholder farming households Objectives: 1. To begin to build Mozambique’s dairy herd and industry to meet the market demand; 2. To increase incomes for smallholder farmers through participation in a sustainable dairy value chain, and; 3. To increase crop yields through utilization of draft animals for cultivation.
  • Specific Objectives & Activities - Herd Restocking: access dairy cattle for Manica province to rebuild the national herd - Fodder Crop and Pasture Management: training/capacity building, seed multiplication & distribution - Animal Husbandry: training/capacity building and support development of animal health services - Milk Collection and Marketing: assist to establish producer-level cooperatives, milk collection centers and generic marketing campaign focus on youth - Animal Traction: smallholder capacity building and artisan training
  • Achievement to Date (18 Months) - Capacity building in dairy husbandry & animal traction: over 500 households (1094 individuals) under training - 151 households have entered dairy value chain
  • Achievement (2) - 2 Co-ops formed, 12 associations being registered - Constructed & equipped 2 MCC’s - Launched marketing campaign – Media/shows
  • Achievement (3) Milk production -Increasing monthly - To date total= 140,502L - Estimated =2,042,520MZM (58,357USD) Monthly variation on Small-scale Milk production 25000 20000 Milk production (L) 15000 10000 5000 0
  • Achievement (4) Pastures & Forages - Distributed 500 Kg - Established Pasture and Forage demo & training plot of 0.5 ha
  • M&E Strategy - Baseline study - Performance Management Plan - M&E capture and reporting system (web based) - MTR/MTE and FR/FE
  • Key Performance Indicators KPI Target Actual Disaggregating Household income 100% ? M=?/ F=? # dairy cattle 500 156 Bull= 6/Cow=150 Milk fluctuation ≤ 10% ? N/A Milk yield 10L 12 L N/A Mortality rate ≤ 5% 2% N/A Dairy households 1150 547 DF (M=475, F=72) ATF graduated 4700 1028 ATF (M=774, F=254) Jobs 750 205 M=187, F=18 Crop yields ≥ 30% ? M=?, F=?
  • Challenges • Quality training/farmers e.g. feeding –Dairy discipline • Growth in total volume & yields • Emergence of services and suppliers  Extension services  Veterinary services  Dairy equipment/consumable suppliers  Feed suppliers  AI services & supplies  Other opportunities – retail, processing etc • Quality/hygiene (and appropriate pay systems) • Institutional strengthening – fiscal, admin, business • TIME!!! SUSTAINABILITY pass-on, sustainability of systems initiated/set up, services, supplies etc
  • THANK YOU!