Introduction to IPMS<br />Dirk Hoekstra<br />IPMS Workshop on Alternatives for Improving Field AI Delivery System to Enhan...
Goal and purpose IPMS<br />IPMS  goal is to improve production and productivity of the small holder farmers sector by usin...
Testing of PMODA <br />In 10 Districts in 4 major Regions<br />Linkages with regional and federal level public sector part...
Value chain development<br />Value chain actors<br />Input   production  & supply<br />Production outputs<br />Processing ...
Innovation system concepts<br />Technological, organizational and institutional interventions within value chain framework...
Lessons learned<br />District level commodity specific value chains can be developed with District level value chain actor...
Lessons learned - livestock <br />Value chain intervention dairy in and around urban areas resulted in significant increas...
Lessons learned livestock<br />Meat value chain development in rural areas also benefitted from fodder, animal management ...
District level interventions to improve supply of genetically improved animals<br />Urban areas (fluid milk)<br />Rural ar...
Proposed program<br />To facilitate introduction of a more efficient and effective AI services system with Regional, Zonal...
Focus of IPMS<br />Action research with Regional Research Partners (RARIs and Ag Un) to test, learn, adapt and document th...
Key factors to consider<br />Technological <br />Choice of semen and supply<br />Hormone choice and supply<br />Supplies<b...
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Introduction to IPMS

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Presented by Dirk Hoekstra at the IPMS Workshop on Alternatives for Improving Field AI Delivery System to Enhance Beef and Dairy Production in Ethiopia, ILRI, Addis Ababa, 24-25 August 2011

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Introduction to IPMS

  1. 1. Introduction to IPMS<br />Dirk Hoekstra<br />IPMS Workshop on Alternatives for Improving Field AI Delivery System to Enhance Beef and Dairy Production in Ethiopia<br />ILRI, Addis Ababa, 24-25 August 2011<br />
  2. 2. Goal and purpose IPMS<br />IPMS goal is to improve production and productivity of the small holder farmers sector by using a market oriented development strategy<br />To achieve this goal, the project facilitated the development of a participatory market oriented development approach (PMODA)<br />
  3. 3. Testing of PMODA <br />In 10 Districts in 4 major Regions<br />Linkages with regional and federal level public sector partners for capacity development and knowledge generation, storing and sharing<br />Use of vale chain and innovation system principles<br />
  4. 4. Value chain development<br />Value chain actors<br />Input production & supply<br />Production outputs<br />Processing & marketing<br />Service providers: extension, research and education<br />
  5. 5. Innovation system concepts<br />Technological, organizational and institutional interventions within value chain framework<br />From intervention to impact<br />Involvement and linkages all partners (gender) contributing to interventions and impact<br />Based on use of knowledge (existing, generated)<br />
  6. 6. Lessons learned<br />District level commodity specific value chains can be developed with District level value chain actors and service providers in the initial stages of development<br />Scaling out/up within and outside the District requires input/service and marketing interventions and involvement of value chain actors and service providers at zonal, regional and federal level.<br />
  7. 7. Lessons learned - livestock <br />Value chain intervention dairy in and around urban areas resulted in significant increases in milk and income for specialised farmers. Progress hampered by inefficient AI system to genetically improve dairy cows.<br />Fodder and health interventions in rural areas resulted in a significant impact on milk/butter production , in particular for female farmers. Progress also hampered by lack of system to develop dual purpose dairy/meat cows<br />
  8. 8. Lessons learned livestock<br />Meat value chain development in rural areas also benefitted from fodder, animal management and marketing interventions, however progress was also hampered by lack of improved genetic animal resources. <br />
  9. 9. District level interventions to improve supply of genetically improved animals<br />Urban areas (fluid milk)<br />Rural areas (butter/meat)<br />Privatised AI <br />Private commercial bull station<br />Facilitation purchase of improved dairy cows<br />Testing of AI services with hormones and regional mobile team in selected villages<br />Community bull station<br />Controlled introduction of Boran bulls in private or community herds<br />Introduction of AI services with hormones and regional mobile team in selected villages<br />
  10. 10. Proposed program<br />To facilitate introduction of a more efficient and effective AI services system with Regional, Zonal partners for the fluid milk, butter and meat value chains <br />Targets: zonal milk and butter sheds and beef areas<br />
  11. 11. Focus of IPMS<br />Action research with Regional Research Partners (RARIs and Ag Un) to test, learn, adapt and document the introduction of hormone based mass insemination with mobile AI teams in targeted areas<br />Advising MoA and BoA on scaling out<br />
  12. 12. Key factors to consider<br />Technological <br />Choice of semen and supply<br />Hormone choice and supply<br />Supplies<br />Holding pen<br />Organisational and institutional arrangements<br />Mobile team<br />Roles of responsibilities BoA, RARIs, Zone and District, IPMS<br />Working procedures – awareness creation, mass campaign (hormone treatment and insemination)<br />Data collection and analysis<br />
  13. 13. Thank you<br />

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