Indexed Based Livestock Insurance
(IBLI): OPaDC activities and projects
relevant to and complementing IBLI
Abebe Wolde
Wor...
• The activities or projects that OPaDC is
engaging in that are relevant and
complementing IBLI
– How linked to IBLI?
• Th...
1. OPaDC have Implementation and co-
ordination role
 Implementing
 Activities related to Livestock, Natural
resource, s...
2. Pastoral Development and Good
governance Package
 OPaDC leading role
 Involving government 18 sector offices
 One in...
3. Pastoral Best practice scaling up strategy
3. Pastoral Best practice scaling
up strategy
Scaling up work process
M&E
Or...
1. M&E
– SMS
– supervision team
2. Regular Activity not campaign
3. Equity
4. Integrating the 3 key development actors
5. ...
• Pastoral best practices under scaling up
1. Range land care
2. Over sawing
3. Forage development
Where?
What?
How?
Why?
...
Hay and crop
residue
Where?
What?
How?
Why?
To where?
Output or result
4. Milk production
6. Fruits and vegetables 7. Coffee
8. Bee keeping
5. Fattening
– Area Based (corridor) Development approach
and projects
• Water as an entry for development
• Land use study
• Infrastru...
The three development corridors of Oromia
Model Area Based Development Projects-
Fentale IBDP •Fantalle
Plan Implementation
– Settlement plan
– Resources delineation- construction , industrial materials
– Infrastructure and Se...
Integrated Rangeland management plan- Fentale
Bush clearing
Reseeding
Enclosure
Paddocking
Water supply
Supplementary...
Borana
Saayitoota Misooma lafa dheedumsaa Aanaa Yaabelloo
Galct, A/Galchat
H/Wayyuu
Didibisa
H/Wayyaa
Hargaasaa
H/Wayyuu
Haarraa
...
Kora-Tamsa
Kooraa
Mata Lameen
Saakkee
Naannoo Duusee
Saakkee
Saayitoota Misooma lafa dheedumsaa
Aanaa Dirree Magaddoo
Maga...
Saayitoota yaalii Misooma lafa dheedumsaa Aanaa
Diiloo
Dedecha Gotu
CT-20
D/Safaraa
CT-22
K/Omorre Guddoo
CT-24
Gobba
CM-0...
Jijjiirama Lafa micireen irraa ciramee
irraatti muldhatee
Bale
E and W Harar
This years’ Major Regular activities
• Livestock:-
– Various extension services
– Borana breed bull and heifer distributed...
• Market
– Discussion- pastoralists Vs Livestock traders
– Cattle, shoats, camels, and their products to central market
• ...
• Land use study
– Borana
• Recommended Livestock development
• on final stage – pilot implementation( Galchat, Magado, Di...
Guiding Principles and Concepts
• People-centred, i.e. focuses on what matters to people,
understands the differences betw...
PCDP II is designed with having 4 main components and
complementary sub components . namely,
1. Sustainable Livelihoods En...
2. Pastoral Risk Management (PRM)
2.1. Pastoral Early Warning and Response (PEWR
2.2. Disaster Preparedness Strategic Inve...
IBLI OPaDC
 Risk that vulnerable HH face (POOR) .
ASAL/Pastoral Area .
Live stock loss compensation .
Based on exte...
OPaDC
IBLI
Indexed Based Livestock Insurance (IBLI): OPaDC activities and projects relevant to and complementing IBLI
Indexed Based Livestock Insurance (IBLI): OPaDC activities and projects relevant to and complementing IBLI
Indexed Based Livestock Insurance (IBLI): OPaDC activities and projects relevant to and complementing IBLI
Indexed Based Livestock Insurance (IBLI): OPaDC activities and projects relevant to and complementing IBLI
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Presented by Abebe Wolde at the Workshop on Developing Index-Based Livestock Insurance to Reduce Vulnerability due to Drought-related Livestock Deaths, ILRI, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, 12 July 2010.

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Indexed Based Livestock Insurance (IBLI): OPaDC activities and projects relevant to and complementing IBLI

  1. 1. Indexed Based Livestock Insurance (IBLI): OPaDC activities and projects relevant to and complementing IBLI Abebe Wolde Workshop on Developing Index-Based Livestock Insurance to Reduce Vulnerability due to Drought-related Livestock Deaths ILRI, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia 12 July 2010
  2. 2. • The activities or projects that OPaDC is engaging in that are relevant and complementing IBLI – How linked to IBLI? • The activities and interests of OPaDC that would be particularly relevant for IBLI
  3. 3. 1. OPaDC have Implementation and co- ordination role  Implementing  Activities related to Livestock, Natural resource, social services  Co-ordinating  Other sector GO offices, NGOs, CBO s, etc  In order to bring about an integrated development in pastoral areas
  4. 4. 2. Pastoral Development and Good governance Package  OPaDC leading role  Involving government 18 sector offices  One integrated regional government plan was planned and implemented in pastoral areas  Planning – implementation – M&E
  5. 5. 3. Pastoral Best practice scaling up strategy 3. Pastoral Best practice scaling up strategy Scaling up work process M&E Organize Plan Implementing Riport Analysis Feed back Capacity M&E basd Trainning Input Attitude
  6. 6. 1. M&E – SMS – supervision team 2. Regular Activity not campaign 3. Equity 4. Integrating the 3 key development actors 5. Strengthening Public Organization 6. Working on the 3 bottle necks 7. Threshold setting
  7. 7. • Pastoral best practices under scaling up 1. Range land care 2. Over sawing 3. Forage development Where? What? How? Why? To where? Output or result
  8. 8. Hay and crop residue Where? What? How? Why? To where? Output or result
  9. 9. 4. Milk production 6. Fruits and vegetables 7. Coffee 8. Bee keeping 5. Fattening
  10. 10. – Area Based (corridor) Development approach and projects • Water as an entry for development • Land use study • Infrastructure development
  11. 11. The three development corridors of Oromia
  12. 12. Model Area Based Development Projects- Fentale IBDP •Fantalle
  13. 13. Plan Implementation – Settlement plan – Resources delineation- construction , industrial materials – Infrastructure and Services – • road, water supply, power, telephone, • schools, health facilities, vet clinics, terminals (train, bus, etc) – Market/market outlets – Conservation areas and water shade management plan – Recreation and tourist attraction – Areas of special interest (cultural, natural, religious, etc) – Identify and delineate geological attraction areas – considering larger area coverage – Investment – Etc
  14. 14. Integrated Rangeland management plan- Fentale Bush clearing Reseeding Enclosure Paddocking Water supply Supplementary feed- crop residue, molasses Market development Declaring weeds • Fattening • Dairy • Beekeeping • Fishery • Poultry
  15. 15. Borana
  16. 16. Saayitoota Misooma lafa dheedumsaa Aanaa Yaabelloo Galct, A/Galchat H/Wayyuu Didibisa H/Wayyaa Hargaasaa H/Wayyuu Haarraa Derito K/Hammeessaa Utallo B/Koocii Utalloo Dh/Gaalee Galchat, Tumticha Galchat, Harradde Galchat, W/Qelaa H/Wayyuu H/Fuloo-G/H/Jiloo
  17. 17. Kora-Tamsa Kooraa Mata Lameen Saakkee Naannoo Duusee Saakkee Saayitoota Misooma lafa dheedumsaa Aanaa Dirree Magaddoo Magaddoo
  18. 18. Saayitoota yaalii Misooma lafa dheedumsaa Aanaa Diiloo Dedecha Gotu CT-20 D/Safaraa CT-22 K/Omorre Guddoo CT-24 Gobba CM-08 Xayaa SPM jala
  19. 19. Jijjiirama Lafa micireen irraa ciramee irraatti muldhatee
  20. 20. Bale
  21. 21. E and W Harar
  22. 22. This years’ Major Regular activities • Livestock:- – Various extension services – Borana breed bull and heifer distributed – Fattening – Beekeeping • Modern • Transitional • traditional beehives – Health- • Vaccine, • Treatment, • services
  23. 23. • Market – Discussion- pastoralists Vs Livestock traders – Cattle, shoats, camels, and their products to central market • Natural Resource and range lands – Bush- clearing, tinning – Traditional private grazing area – degraded land reclaiming – Prescribed firing – Seedling preparation and planting – Soil and water conservation related activities • Dry land agriculture – Rain fed, irrigation (small scale and large scale at Fetale) • Social services – Vet type c 2 (burqa dimtu and qumbii) – 2 livestock markets – Hand pump maintenances 884 and new 692 – Pond – new and maintenance ( different types) –
  24. 24. • Land use study – Borana • Recommended Livestock development • on final stage – pilot implementation( Galchat, Magado, Dilo) • Need stake holders involvement • Will be inaugurated around the end of July • Others- – Yabelo Pastoral TVET, – Borana breed center, • To keep the Borana breed • To complement the live stock related extention service – Borana Infrastucture development office( the former SORDU) • On the way to be an interprize for the management of water schemes. – Yabelo livestock health Laboratory
  25. 25. Guiding Principles and Concepts • People-centred, i.e. focuses on what matters to people, understands the differences between groups of people • Responsive and participatory: poor people must be key actors in identifying and addressing livelihood priorities • Multi-level: poverty elimination is an enormous challenge that will only be overcome by working at multiple levels • Partnership with both the public and private sectors and civil society. • Sustainability(economic,institutional, social and environmental) • Dynamic: external support must recognize the dynamic nature of livelihood strategies
  26. 26. PCDP II is designed with having 4 main components and complementary sub components . namely, 1. Sustainable Livelihoods Enhancement (SLE) with two sub components: 1.1 Community Investment Fund (CIF) 1.2. Rural Livelihoods program (RLP) COMPONENTS Of PCDPCOMPONENTS Of PCDP
  27. 27. 2. Pastoral Risk Management (PRM) 2.1. Pastoral Early Warning and Response (PEWR 2.2. Disaster Preparedness Strategic Investment Plan (DPSIP) 3. Participatory Learning and Knowledge Management 3.1. Participatory Action Learning (PAL) 3.2. Knowledge Management & Networking (KMNW) 3.3. Policy Study 4. Project Management and Coordination 4.1 Participatory Monitoring &Evaluation 4.2. Project Management
  28. 28. IBLI OPaDC  Risk that vulnerable HH face (POOR) . ASAL/Pastoral Area . Live stock loss compensation . Based on external indicator that trigger payment – rain fall, forage . Economic and social return: Asset accumulation Poor, Average, rich Crowd-in Finance – credit opportunity b/s of insured resources Strengthening existing social insurance Eg. Busa G Local adaptation to climate change inhancement Generating down scaled forecast Eg. Rangeland biomass . . . .
  29. 29. OPaDC IBLI

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