Value Chain Development: Livestock and Fish (L&F) CGIAR Research Program

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Presentation by Jens Peter Tang Dalsgaard.

Presenting the CGIAR Research Program on Livestock and Fish (L&F) and how it will integrate value chain analysis with the research program, with the objectivo design and test pro-poor, gender-sensitive strategies to upgrade the target value chains to sustainably increase production and improve animal-source food availability for low-income consumers, and guide their scaling out as major development interventions.

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Value Chain Development: Livestock and Fish (L&F) CGIAR Research Program

  1. 1. Livestock and Fish (L&F)CGIAR Research Program Value Chain Development
  2. 2. Livestock & Fish CRP - map SHEEP & GOATS nine value chains AQUACULTURE PIGS DAIRY • Animal Health • Livestock and Fish Genetics • Feeds and Forages Six research components • Value Chain Development • Targeting • Gender, Learning and Impact Assessment
  3. 3. L&F structureThemes Components1. Technology Development 1. Animal Health 2. Livestock and Fish Genetics 3. Feeds and Forages2. Value Chain Development 1. Value Chain Development3. Targeting, Gender and Impact 1. Targeting 2. Gender, Learning and Impact Assessment4. Management and Governance 1. Management and Governance 2. Communications?10/08/2012 WorldFish Value Chain Workshop 3
  4. 4. VC development - Objective• To design and test pro-poor, gender-sensitive strategies to upgrade the target value chains to sustainably increase production and improve animal- source food availability for low-income consumers, and guide their scaling out as major development interventions10/08/2012 WorldFish Value Chain Workshop 4
  5. 5. VC development - Outcome• Stakeholders aware of and actively promoting pro- poor, gender-sensitive strategies that are improving productivity and profitability of small-scale animal husbandry and aquaculture in an environmentally sustainable manner, and increasing animal-source food consumption among poor consumers10/08/2012 WorldFish Value Chain Workshop 5
  6. 6. VC development - Outputs1. Sectoral and economy-wide models established to evaluate pro-poor development scenarios in each target value chain.2. Methods for identifying and responding to upgrading opportunities in animal-source food value chains developed that are pro-poor, gender- sensitive and environmentally sustainable.3. R&D innovation alliances created to promote and sustain growth of the target pro-poor value chains.4. Technological and institutional options devised and validated for each target value chain that are pro-poor, gender-sensitive and environmentally sustainable.5. Integrated intervention strategies formulated and piloted in each target value chain that are pro-poor, gender-sensitive and environmentally sustainable.6. Non-CRP3.7 outputs from restricted projects (to be listed from the project-specific outputs).10/08/2012 WorldFish Value Chain Workshop 6
  7. 7. Next steps• Revise and ‘finalize’ the VC component log-frame (ILRI-WorldFish-CIAT-ICARDA)• VC tools and methods development - ongoing• Tools and methods application• Uganda mission (Sep.11-18) to decide on future value chain engagement• Present recomm’s to WorldFish SLT in October• L&F PPMCs, Sep 19-20 and Dec 13-1410/08/2012 WorldFish Value Chain Workshop 7
  8. 8. Stay tuned!• Wiki: http://livestock-fish.wikispaces.com/ for info and updates on L&F• Subscribe to CGIAR L&F news feeds on http://livestockfish.cgiar.org/• LaF page on WorldFish Website coming soon….10/08/2012 WorldFish Value Chain Workshop 8

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