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FCAH&PT Ibadan WAAPP success story
FCAH&PT Ibadan WAAPP success story
FCAH&PT Ibadan WAAPP success story
FCAH&PT Ibadan WAAPP success story
FCAH&PT Ibadan WAAPP success story
FCAH&PT Ibadan WAAPP success story
FCAH&PT Ibadan WAAPP success story
FCAH&PT Ibadan WAAPP success story
FCAH&PT Ibadan WAAPP success story
FCAH&PT Ibadan WAAPP success story
FCAH&PT Ibadan WAAPP success story
FCAH&PT Ibadan WAAPP success story
FCAH&PT Ibadan WAAPP success story
FCAH&PT Ibadan WAAPP success story
FCAH&PT Ibadan WAAPP success story
FCAH&PT Ibadan WAAPP success story
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FCAH&PT Ibadan WAAPP success story

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  • 1. FEDERAL COLLEGE OF ANIMAL HEALTH AND PRODUCTION TECHNOLOGY IBADAN WAAPP ACTIVITIES REPORT PRESENTED BY DR. G. O. ALONGE WAAPP ACTIVITIES COORDINATOR
  • 2. Mandate Areas and Working Units Based on the priority commodities approved for the college which included: Fish farming Broilers and layers production Cassava and Maize intercropping. Five units were developed for easy execution of the activities. The units are: Fishery unit Poultry unit Cassava/Maize unit Post-harvest unit Communication and Documentation unit
  • 3. Activities Performed Organization of training workshop for the staff under College AROC program and the leaders of our farmer and young farmer club. Construction of fish pond made of well-rings (This is a new fish technology aimed at encouraging rural farmers to adopt least cost and durable method of fish production. This has been constructed in our four outreach centres and in the two villages fish has been produced up to Table size.
  • 4. After the sales of our broilers birds, the money realized was used to open accounts in the four outreach centres. Currently each of the centres has started another round of production of broiler birds with the exception of Our Lady of Apostle who are yet to start production. Planting and maintenance of Cassava/Maize plots in the adopted schools. Establishment of a rabbit unit in one of the adopted schools. This was based on special demand made by the students who showed keen interest in the area of livestock production.
  • 5. Regular young farmer club activities in the two adopted schools during which our staff instructed the students on various aspects of agricultural activities. Our staffs have been involved in teaching agricultural science to SS1, SS2 and SS3 students in Our Lady of Apostles Secondary School since they don’t have Agricultural science teacher. Organization of excursions field trip to our college for the students of our adopted schools.
  • 6. Results Obtained These include: Achieving quality adoption rate of developed technology Training workshop for farmers and students of our adopted villages and schools along side outreach centres’ team staff Increased interest of students in agricultural science as a subject and intended profession Vocational training for 17 members from our adopted villages in our college
  • 7. Results Obtained Regular meetings of our farmers’ groups associations Regular visit by the WAAPP team members at different times and during the farmers associations meetings Sales of table size broiler birds from our adopted villages and schools Sales of table size catfish from one of adopted villages
  • 8. Gender involvement In all the outreach centres both females, males, youth and differently able students are encouraged to be involved in all group activities including leadership. Gaps observed Inadequate water source Poor power supply Lack of vehicle High cost of fuelling due to the old ford car being used which consumes fuel High cost of feed
  • 9. Conclusion and Recommendations Innovation and technology transfer and gender diversity have been found to be the basis to achieving WAAPP’s whole idea of increasing agricultural productivity in Nigeria and in Africa at large. The followings are however recommended: Activities for schools should be started at Junior Secondary Schools Prompt release of funds at the right time for WAAPP activities should be considered Proper and efficient monitoring and evaluation of WAAPP activities will enhance achieving WAAPP’s focus.
  • 10. Showing well-ring tanks before stocking Showing Pastor fish during stocking ANNEX/APPENDIX
  • 11. Farmers and team staff watching the movement of the juveniles in the tanks Sorted catfish in one of our adopted schools
  • 12. Catfish ready for sale Dr. Adejinmi (FCAH&PT College Deputy Provost) ready to buy catfish
  • 13. Day old chicks in our outreach centres 8 weeks old broilers
  • 14. Off loading of cassava stems in one of the adopted schools Cassava maize intercrop
  • 15. Showing planting of maize in the adopted schools Maize crop at point of production
  • 16. THANK YOU!

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