Update on Burkina Faso Small Ruminant Value Chain Development Program

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Presented by Abdou Fall at the Burkina Faso Small Ruminants Value Chain Strategy and Implementation Planning Workshop, Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso, 14-15 July 2014

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  • Update on Burkina Faso Small Ruminant Value Chain Development Program

    1. 1. Update on Burkina Faso Small Ruminant Value Chain Development Program Abdou Fall Burkina Faso Small Ruminants Value Chain Strategy and Implementation Planning Workshop, Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso, 14-15 July 2014
    2. 2. THE EFFECTS THE CAUSES Poor access to veterinary services Poor quality feeds/supply seasonality Low capacity to extend technical knowledge and information WHOLE VALUE CHAIN WITH DOWNSTREAM EMPHASIS INPUTS & SERVICES PRODUCTION MARKETING CONSUMPTION Low flock productivity Poor access to production inputs and services Low income, Food and nutrition insecurity, Poverty THE IMPACT Inconsistent access to water INTERVENTION AREAS Poor access to output markets Low genetic potential Policies and Institutions; Animal health policies, limited investment infrastructures, extension of knowledge and information Low capacity to innovate Poor access to information and knowledge Poor infrastructures PROBLEM STATEMENT
    3. 3. Vision By 2023, people in Burkina Faso benefit from inclusive, sustainable and productive sheep and goat value chains their sheep and goats are more productive, livestock markets work for producers, consumers and business, there is more, more affordable and healthier sheep and goat products, and the livelihoods and capacities of people involved in the whole chain are improved.
    4. 4. Objective • The Livestock and Fish programs aims to transform sheep and goat value chains in Burkina Faso by developing, testing and supporting the scaling up of integrated interventions, innovations and technologies, for the poor by the poor.
    5. 5. Goals • Smallholder sheep and goat producers have reliable and consistent access to high quality inputs and services that enhance their capacity to innovate for increased productivity and better access to output markets. • All small ruminant value chains actors engage with reliable, well-coordinated, equitable and efficient sheep and goat marketing arrangements with resultant improvement in capacities, household income and livelihoods. • Poor consumers have improved access to safe sheep and goat meat and milk at affordable prices and increase their per capita consumption of these products and other ASFs.
    6. 6. Impact pathways • Institutional innovations for reliable and consistent access to inputs and services. • Innovative strategies for consistent and reliable access to and smarter and sustainable use of feed and small ruminants genetic resources and water. • Research for development alliances are established for the co-construction of technological, organizational and institutional innovations and recommendations for more and smarter investments in sheep and goat value chains development • Generation of evidence for achieving impact at scale and influencing policy. • Innovative strategies for increasing the consumption of animal source foods.
    7. 7. Where are we in Burkina Faso?
    8. 8. Revised Burkina Faso business case. Program relocation to Burkina Faso
    9. 9. Preliminary site selection Based on maps : small ruminants density and poverty Implemented in a Geographical Information System
    10. 10. Stakeholders consultation Raising awareness of stakeholders on the Livestock and Fish/small ruminant research programs in Burkina Faso Regional studies on small ruminants value chains UNECA/CILSS: Sen, Mali, Burk, Niger, Ivory Cost Heifer International: Sen, Burk, Mal, Ghana
    11. 11. Outcome from stakeholders workshop: small ruminants value chains constraints
    12. 12. CGIAR is a global partnership that unites organizations engaged in research for a food secure future. The CGIAR Research Program on Livestock and Fish aims to increase the productivity of small-scale livestock and fish systems in sustainable ways, making meat, milk and fish more available and affordable across the developing world. CGIAR Research Program on Livestock and Fish livestockfish.cgiar.org

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