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Elements of the Second Growth and Transformation
Plan related to small ruminant development in Ethiopia
Workneh Ayalew
Eth...
1. The Second Growth and Transformation Plan (GTPII)
2. GTPII: the four pillars of the agriculture sector
3. Livestock has...
The Second Growth and Transformation Plan (GTPII)
 Sectorial macro-economic strategic plan, to bring about transformative...
The GTPII: The agriculture transformation agenda focuses on
four primary pillars
4
1) Increase agricultural productivity a...
1) Increase agricultural
productivity and
production of both
crops and livestock
with a focus on
strategic crops and
high ...
Increase
agricultural
productivity and
production
Increase institutional
capacity
42 transformational deliverables identif...
The GTP II livestock component: Genetic and Breed
Improvement
7
1. Establish a national institution to lead and coordinate...
The GTP II livestock component: Animal Health
8
1.Develop a system for reducing adult and young stock mortality (YASM):
1....
The GTP II livestock component: Feed and Feeding
9
1. Create Enabling environment for supply of quality and affordable fee...
Related activities: Agricultural Commercialization Clusters (1)
10
• Designed to strengthen prioritization and focus, and
...
Related activities: Agricultural Commercialization Clusters (2)
11
Prioritization of value chains
and geographic areas
Cro...
Prioritization of regional livestock genetic gains activities: sheep
12
Tigray South Amhara
• Atsbi CBM • Bonga CBM • Menz...
Prioritization of regional livestock genetic gains activities: goats
13
Tigray South Amhara
• Abergelle goat CBM • Boar cr...
Suggested focus areas on way forward for Small Ruminant VC
development
14
 Market linkages for CBM schemes (=commercializ...
Innovations to help our country grow
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Elements of the Second Growth and Transformation Plan related to small ruminant development in Ethiopia

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Presented by Workneh Ayalew (ATA) at the Ethiopia Small Ruminants Value Chain Strategy and Implementation Planning Workshop, Addis Ababa, 8-9 June 2015

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Elements of the Second Growth and Transformation Plan related to small ruminant development in Ethiopia

  1. 1. Elements of the Second Growth and Transformation Plan related to small ruminant development in Ethiopia Workneh Ayalew Ethiopia small ruminants value chain strategy and implementation planning workshop, Addis Ababa, 8-9 June 2015
  2. 2. 1. The Second Growth and Transformation Plan (GTPII) 2. GTPII: the four pillars of the agriculture sector 3. Livestock has got three program areas 4. Related activities:  Agricultural Commercialization Clusters (ACC)  Prioritization of on-going and planned livestock genetic gains activities 5. Suggested focus areas on way forward for Small Ruminant VC development Outline 2
  3. 3. The Second Growth and Transformation Plan (GTPII)  Sectorial macro-economic strategic plan, to bring about transformative changes in all sectors; agriculture is central  Coherent alignment and coordination  Timeframe: 2016-2020  Builds up on gains made and lessons learnt from GTP I : 2011-2015 3
  4. 4. The GTPII: The agriculture transformation agenda focuses on four primary pillars 4 1) Increase agricultural productivity and production of both crops and livestock with a focus on strategic crops (important for food security, as industrial inputs and for exports) and high value commodities 1 2) Ensure sustainability and inclusiveness across the sector, and ensure food security for all 3 3) Establish commercial orientation to increase marketed agricultural produce and exports 2 4) Increase institutional capacity for implementation4 Vision: Address systemic bottlenecks within the agriculture sector that would allow for accomplish- ment of targets in GTP2
  5. 5. 1) Increase agricultural productivity and production of both crops and livestock with a focus on strategic crops and high value commodities The livestock component has got three program areas Vision: Address systemic bottlenecks within the agriculture sector that would allow for accomplish- ment of targets in GTP2 4) Increase institutional capacity for implementation Areas to focus systemic changeFour key pillars 4 Crops • Seed • Fertilizers • Crop protection and health • Mechanization Livestock • Post-harvest loss • Breed and genetic improvement • Animal health • Feed and feeding 2) Ensure sustainability and inclusiveness across the sector, and ensure food security for all 3 • Irrigation and watershed management • Bio-diversity • Rural land administration, management, and utilization • Soil health 3) Establish commercial orientation to increase marketed agricultural produce and exports 2 • Market information, infrastructure, and linkages • Food safety, quality, and traceability • Aggregation and storage • Investment promotion • Value chain development, including non-farm enterprise • Organizational and human resources capacity • Evidence-based planning • Data and ICT Both • Demand-driven research • Rural Financial Services • Agronomic pract. and extension • Cooperative system • Private medium and large scale farming 5 1 NRM Food security • Strengthen livelihoods • Nutrition • Mitigate disaster risk
  6. 6. Increase agricultural productivity and production Increase institutional capacity 42 transformational deliverables identified in 30 program areasAgriculture pillars in GTP II Crops • Improved seed supply and distribution: 2 • Fertilizer supply and distribution: 1 Livestock • Livestock breed and genetic improvement: 2 • Livestock health: 2 • Livestock feed and feeding: 2 Ensure sustainability and inclusiveness • Irrigation and drainage: 2 • Watershed management: 1 • Bio-diversity: 2 • Soil health: 2 • Rural land use and administration: 2 • Climate change adoption and mitigation: To be mainstreamed Establish commercial orientation • Market services and infrastructure: TBD • Food safety, quality, assurance and traceability: TBD • Aggregation and storage: TBD • Cooperative system development: 2 • Agro-processing and value addition: TBD • Private medium and large- scale farming development: 3 • Export promotion: TBD • ICT: 1 • Organizational and human resources capacity: 2 • Evidence-based planning and performance management: 2 Crops & livestock • Demand-driven research: 2 • Market-oriented extension: 2 • Rural finance: 2 • Mechanization: 1 Natural Resource Mgmt. Food security • Nutrition: 1 • Gender equality: To be mainstreamed • Disaster prevention & preparedness: 2 • Targeted livelihood support : To be mainstreamed • Crop protection and health: 2 Each deliverable has 3-5 interventions The GTP II will have 45-50 transformation deliverables Program area/# of deliverables 6
  7. 7. The GTP II livestock component: Genetic and Breed Improvement 7 1. Establish a national institution to lead and coordinate livestock genetic evaluation and improvement schemes: 1.1 Develop customized genetic improvement guidelines and strategies 1.2 Develop strategies for out-and-up scaling of successful CBM-ONB programs 1.3 Customizing hormone synchronization and mass AI service package 1.4 Develop customized extension guidelines for supporting market oriented livestock production 1.5 Benchmark input needs and minimum performance levels of genetically improved livestock 2. Enhancing role of private sector in genetic improvement and input delivery: 2.1 Create an enabling environment for private sector involvement in input delivery and AI services 2.2 Develop and pilot quality based payment systems for priority commodities (milk, red meat, egg, broiler) 2.3 Develop and promote breeding input tracking system 2.4 Up-scaling dairy herd performance recording for genetic improvement 2.5 Promote establishment of breed societies
  8. 8. The GTP II livestock component: Animal Health 8 1.Develop a system for reducing adult and young stock mortality (YASM): 1.1 Benchmark YASM levels for priority production systems 1.2 Targeted interventions for managing YASM 1.3 Strategies for driving higher off-takes 1.4 Develop and support rollout of legislated chain of command in control of TADS 1.5 Develop veterinary services delivery system for pastoral production environment 2.Develop and pilot an innovative animal health input supply, maintenance and funding system : 2.1 Develop and pilot innovative funding mechanisms for disease control programs 2.2 Develop and pilot innovative input supply system for field-based animal health services 2.3 Develop and pilot laboratory input supply and equipment maintenance system 2.4 Promoting veterinary services rationalization roadmap
  9. 9. The GTP II livestock component: Feed and Feeding 9 1. Create Enabling environment for supply of quality and affordable feeds and fodder: 1.1 Investment incentives for the feed industry 1.2 Review of the tax burden on the feed industry 1.3 Development and implementation of a strategy for sustainable forage seed production/marketing 1.4 Business incubation on innovative feed production and marketing 1.5 Scalable aggregation and value addition on major feed resources 2. Mainstreaming feed and fodder quality control and certification: 2.1 Fast-track feed quality control and regulation activities of VDFACA 2.2 Roll out of feed certification processes at Region level 2.3 Support for expansion of private feed analysis laboratories 2.4 Develop strategies for regulation of commercial hay and fodder production 2.5 Integrating forage seeds in crop seed regulation system
  10. 10. Related activities: Agricultural Commercialization Clusters (1) 10 • Designed to strengthen prioritization and focus, and provide strategic platform to effectively execute multiple integrated interventions for commercializing agriculture • Clustering of Woredas to support rapid enhancement of priority crops, horticulture and livestock and value chain through proximity of actors • Ultimate focus on processing and value addition to ensure specialization, diversification and sustained growth • Staged approach to value chain development Background Approach and main features
  11. 11. Related activities: Agricultural Commercialization Clusters (2) 11 Prioritization of value chains and geographic areas Crop production, aggregation and value chain linkage interventions Prioritization of infrastructure investments around prioritized value chains and geographic areas • Limited number of commodity value chains and geographic areas to be prioritized, and meet the needs of all strategies • Prioritization to be driven by market-oriented criteria to ensure commercial viability, with final ownership by Regions • Must leverage past learnings and existing work including the interventions that are part of Transformation Agenda to strengthen extension, cooperatives, contract farming and Rural Financial Services (RFS) • Existing infrastructure investments and plans to be revisited to align with prioritized geographic areas and commodity value chains • New investments to focus on promoting processing, value addition and market linkages
  12. 12. Prioritization of regional livestock genetic gains activities: sheep 12 Tigray South Amhara • Atsbi CBM • Bonga CBM • Menz CBM • Begait breed improvement scheme (on-station) • Adillo (Doyo Gana) CBM • Crossbreeding with Awassi rams (Terminal?) • Ille (Raya-Afar interbred) improvement scheme • Gumer (in Gurage) CBM • Washera sheep improvement) • Crossbreeding with Dorper rams (Atsbi, Abergelle) - Terminal • Crossbreeding with Dorper rams (TERMINAL CROSSING ONLY) • Gumz sheep improvement scheme (ONS) - plan
  13. 13. Prioritization of regional livestock genetic gains activities: goats 13 Tigray South Amhara • Abergelle goat CBM • Boar crossbreeding scheme (KeyAfer research centre)- collaboration with Langston University • Abergelle goat CBM: • Begait breed improvement • Woyo-Guji CBM • Central Highland breed CBM: • Abergelle - Boar crossbreeding scheme • Konso CBM • Crossbreeding with the Boar breed: • Planned CBM on Bati (Central Highland?) goat by EIAR around Bati
  14. 14. Suggested focus areas on way forward for Small Ruminant VC development 14  Market linkages for CBM schemes (=commercialization, incentives): - Domestic market (seasonal!) - Live animal exports - Export abattoirs  Breeding objectives: moving averages and targets  Management of the breeding schemes: links with (on-station, on-farm) research  Institutionalization of CBM: breed societies?
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