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    Value chain analysis Workshop at Kilifi Bay Resort Value chain analysis Workshop at Kilifi Bay Resort Presentation Transcript

    • PARTICIPATING DEPARTMENTS LIVESTOCK AGRICULTURE ALRMP II GROUP 2 MEMBERS FELIX IRERI SARAH KARANI ANASTASIA VALA STEPHEN MUSIMBA - PRESENTER Value chain analysis Workshop at Kilifi Bay Resort April 18, 2011 Organized by Plan International and Pwani University Government Line ministries
    • Mandate
        • The Government of Kenya ministries are mandated to give services to its people.
    • Strengths
        • Wide coverage
        • Policy power (doctrine of eminent domain)
          • Vision 2030
        • Qualified Technical staff
        • Professional integrity and sustainability
        • Extensive research Capacity (Universities, Research institutions, etc)
        • Collaboration and Networking capacity (Technology, markets, man power)
        • The new constitution
        • Host of standards and certification (KEBS, KEPHIS, ISO etc)
    • Weaknesses
        • Political influence and interference (external & Internal)
        • Long bureaucracies (Top – down approach)
        • Mismanagement of resources
        • Thin staffing
        • Inadequate funding
    • Opportunities
        • Enhanced Stake holder mobilization capacity
        • Fund raising capacity
        • Outsourcing and multi tasking
        • High efficiency in dissemination of information
        • Government command and control
        • Connectivity and networking capacity.
        • A working nation
    • Threats
        • Corruption
        • Politics instability and politics in development
        • Uncompetitive rates offered by stakeholders
        • Conflicting and unsustainable donor conditions and requirements (tokens/incentives)
        • Technical Inconsistencies (scientific/research principles versus practice/empirical principles.)
        • Poverty and climate change effects
        • Un equitable distribution of donor resources
    • Thank you all Mama Alice Muyu - Farmer Anastacia Vala - Trainer