Innovation Platforms  Incentives and rewards What is in it for me? Andre F. van Rooyen ICRISAT – Bulawayo, Zimbabwe
 
IP Participants Farmer Trader Processor R&D Community Wholesaler Retailer Consumer Input Supplier Regulators
Generic scheme of value chain functions  Specific Inputs Provide - equipment - inputs Production Produce Harvest Dry etc. ...
Structure of the Innovation Platform Central/Core Partners Main Stakeholders;  Continuous participation {Farmers (ZFU), RD...
Stakeholder analysis
 
 
Functioning of the Innovation platform Development Process Activities & Outputs Time Establish IP and define roles and res...
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Goat value chain analysis
 
 
   IPs improve productivity by Identifying and promoting technologies that will improve production at the household level ...
IPs improve markets by Improving institutions related to the marketplace which will ensure organized, transparent markets ...
IPs improve policy by   Engaging policymakers at local and national levels to increase understanding of livestock-related ...
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Presented by Andre van Rooyen (ICRISAT—Bulawayo, Zimbabwe) at the International Forum on Water and Food (IFWF), South Africa, 14-17 November 2011.

The International Forum on Water and Food (IFWF) is the premier gathering of water and food scientists working on improving water management for agricultural production in developing countries.

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Innovation platforms, incentives and rewards: What is in it for me?

  1. 1. Innovation Platforms Incentives and rewards What is in it for me? Andre F. van Rooyen ICRISAT – Bulawayo, Zimbabwe
  2. 3. IP Participants Farmer Trader Processor R&D Community Wholesaler Retailer Consumer Input Supplier Regulators
  3. 4. Generic scheme of value chain functions Specific Inputs Provide - equipment - inputs Production Produce Harvest Dry etc. Trans- formation Classify Process Pack Trade Transport Distribute Sell Con- sumption Prepare Consume Basic functions in a value chain Product flow Information flow Flow of money from the consumer
  4. 5. Structure of the Innovation Platform Central/Core Partners Main Stakeholders; Continuous participation {Farmers (ZFU), RDC, Buyers, AREX, DLPD, VET, ZRP, Traditional leaders, Meat inspectors} Input and support Processors Market Intermediaries Producers Policy makers Consumers Research Development Secondary Partners Intermediate Stakeholders Regular participation Peripheral Partners Outsider Stakeholders Occasional participation
  5. 6. Stakeholder analysis
  6. 9. Functioning of the Innovation platform Development Process Activities & Outputs Time Establish IP and define roles and responsibilities Workshop Workshop Workshop Workshop Workshop Activities implemented by members Activities implemented by members Activities implemented by members Project Driven Stakeholder Driven Activities implemented by members Sustainability M&E M&E M&E M&E Set Impact Indicators
  7. 21. Goat value chain analysis
  8. 24.   IPs improve productivity by Identifying and promoting technologies that will improve production at the household level and address both quantity and quality of livestock products Aligning the requirements of production and demand to develop strategies that bring producers closer to market demands
  9. 25. IPs improve markets by Improving institutions related to the marketplace which will ensure organized, transparent markets and grading systems Improving infrastructure including facilities such as sales pens, loading ramps, scales and transport Improving access to markets which will improve physical access as well as removing institutional and policy-related barriers Improving information flow which promotes participation and confidence in markets Providing access to credible information by vetting it before dissemination through alternative pathways of information exchange
  10. 26. IPs improve policy by Engaging policymakers at local and national levels to increase understanding of livestock-related issues Identifying shortcomings of existing policies and proposing new policies
  11. 27. Appreciate your attention.

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