Update on Tanzania smallholder dairy value chain development              Amos Omore (ILRI)     CGIAR Research Program on ...
CRP 3.7 2.2 Value Chain Assessment Generic outputs and implications for Tanz in 2012Outcome: local and international partn...
Update on activities and partnerships• Probable partnerships  – EADD 2, USAID FtF, EPINAV(Norway, SUA), EAAPP    (WB/IDA l...
Objectives of key delivery mechanisms in                  2012MiLKIT (IFAD): Enhancing livelihoods through feed innovation...
Irish Aid - Activity Milestones (tailored for LaF)More milk by and for the poor: Adapting dairy market hubs for pro-poor s...
Irish Aid - Activities for 2012Output 1: Current status of the Tanzanian dairy sector assessed and appropriate entrypoints...
GIS maps & layers for stakeholder feedback on              9 Mar 12 in Morogoro  CRITERIA FOR TARGETING DAIRY VALUE CHAINS...
2.2 Value Chain Assessment             2012 Priorities for  Organisational, Capacity Development and         Communication...
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Presented by Amos Omore at the CGIAR Research Program on Livestock and Fish Value Chain Development Team Meeting, Nairobi, 5-8 March 2012

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Update on Tanzania smallholder dairy value chain development

  1. 1. Update on Tanzania smallholder dairy value chain development Amos Omore (ILRI) CGIAR Research Program on Livestock and Fish Value Chain Development Team Meeting Nairobi, 5-8 March 2012
  2. 2. CRP 3.7 2.2 Value Chain Assessment Generic outputs and implications for Tanz in 2012Outcome: local and international partners have established an R&Dalliance to transform Dairy VC in TanzaniaPriority Research outputs for 2012 Implications for Tanzania / delivery mechanisms1. Scoping study to characterize dairy VC and identify Fundedstakeholders and potential partners •Initial scoping (LaF)2. Basic toolkit for VC assessment compiled for • MilkIT (IFAD)testing • More milk (Irish Aid)3. Analytical framework for assessing VC performance • SFFF 2 (BMZ)established •Livestock Data Innovation4. Rapid assessment of VC to inform design of in- (BMGF/WB)depth assessment, and to identify preliminary priority Potentialconstraints and best-bet upgrading strategies to test •EADD CE  EADD 2(incl. specific components on environmental impacts, •Sustainable intensificationfood safety risk assessment and gender analysis) (USAID FtF)5. Candidate intervention strategies for piloting •Next phase of ASARECA-PAAPLinkages with sub-components (AH, Feed, Genetics, Joint assessments of constraints /Food safety etc) Candidate technologies: ITM, ????
  3. 3. Update on activities and partnerships• Probable partnerships – EADD 2, USAID FtF, EPINAV(Norway, SUA), EAAPP (WB/IDA loan with ASARECA convening role)• Local partnerships – TAMPA/TAMPRODA, ACT, LoL, HPI, MLDF Res Centres (e.g., Mpwapwa), MVIWATA, FAO/UNDP ag value chains projects, AGRA’s “breadbaskets” partnerships
  4. 4. Objectives of key delivery mechanisms in 2012MiLKIT (IFAD): Enhancing livelihoods through feed innovation and value chain development approaches (1.0m 3yrs)• Institutional strengthening: To strengthen use of VC and innovation approaches among dairy stakeholders to improve feeding strategies.• Productivity enhancement: To dev options for improved feeding• Knowledge sharing: To strengthen knowledge sharing mechanisms on feed development strategies at local, regional and international levelsIrishAid: More milk by and for the poor: adapting dairy hubs for Tanzania (0.5m/yr)1. Inform policy on appropriate role for pro-poor smallholder-based informal sector value chains in dairy sector development2. Generate and communicate evidence on business and organizational options for increasing participation of resource-poor households in dairy value chains3. Develop scalable value chains approaches with improved organization and institutions serving resource-poor smallholder dairy householdsSFFF2: From capacity building to implementation: $30-50k for Tanzania in 2012
  5. 5. Irish Aid - Activity Milestones (tailored for LaF)More milk by and for the poor: Adapting dairy market hubs for pro-poor smallholder value chains in Tanzania - Updated 15 Feb 12 Qtr/Month/week in 2012 Activity Milestones Qtr1 Qtr2 Qtr3 Qtr4 ILRI 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Performance persons 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 Indicators involvedOutput 1: Current status of the Tanzanian dairy sector assessed and appropriate entry points and partners for promoting a more pro-poor development orientation identified seek feedback on CF conduct prepare report at reviews, develo review, CF, 1.1 Understand policy environment: develop tools p CF from key national situational report with stakeholder situational report AG partners analysis key lessons meeting identify hold 1.2 Consult and sensitise stakeholders: stakeholders & reporting workhop report AOm, all wkshop invite report incl tools, VC maps and DB/AOk, 1.3 Develop and implement value chain assessment tool: develop tool implement tool key lessons report AOm, IB,Output 2: Strategy for strengthening the policy environment to better support pro-poor dairying developed policy and conduct gender Outcome during policy and gender agenda Mapping strategy above agenda paper, 2.1 Develop a pro-poor strategy for strengthening policy environment: stakeholder paper to workshop developmen strategy report with AOm, all inform OM t wkshop M&E plan ToR & TDB Agree LoA with 2.2 Improve quality assurance services: TDB contract with QA AOm indicators stakeholder workshops to 2.3 Initiate process of strengthening of actors and their organisations: June dairy week develop agenda workshop reports AOm (8-8)Output 3: Sites appropriate for piloting pro-poor dairy development interventions identified and available best bet interventions adapted to the Tanzanian context develop toolkits, implement docume 3.1 Develop and implement tool for site selection: criteria tool nt sites toolkits, reports IB, SFL analysis & reporting, with baseline data and 3.2 Structured baseline surveys: conduct baseline survey focus key lessons and report IB, AOm targeting of interventions finalise & desk review of: submit guide for a) past initial best-bet compile key identify potential proposal for interventions, AOm successes & interventions lessons & engage dev 3.3 Develop best bet options for pilot interventions: failures and b) evaluated (ex-ante ) draft development pilot partner proposal, inception coordinates, partner intervens, yr report contract all best bet and described proposal with techn with dev partner interventions report annex learnings & identify & engage PC appointed, Post- Hold "IA case consultants, incl from technical report doc advert posted, agree CRA form SC & SC study" ppt at progress progress & SC General administrative & coordination activities meeting with IA, with SUA Ireland (obtain donor report (+financial) & meeting reports AOm define ToR meetin contacts from IA, e.g., meeting with IA project office set up g group (+financial) & TEAGASC) meeting meeting with IANotes: ILRI Persons involved: AG=Ayele Gelan, AOm=Amos Omore; IB=Isabelle Baltenweck, DB=Derek Baker, AOk=Acho Okike, AN=Alice Njehu, others from Sustainable Livestock Futures (SFL) Group and Research Methods Group.Tanz/SUA Persons involved: PC=Project coordinator (to be seconded by SUA, initally engaged as a condultant), value chain researchers & consultants. PC to help facilitate stakeholder engagements. Project to have close linkage with IFAD Feedand Gates/WB Data projects. Project Coordinator (part-time, appointed by SUA) and Post-doc (full-time) to be involved in all activities at different levels as per agreed ToRs, workplan and quarterly budgets
  6. 6. Irish Aid - Activities for 2012Output 1: Current status of the Tanzanian dairy sector assessed and appropriate entrypoints and partners for promoting a more pro-poor development orientation identified 1.1 Understand policy environment: Preliminary report to be shared on 9 March 1.2 Consult stakeholders:  9 Mar12 in Morogoro 1.3 Develop and implement value chain assessment tool: on courseOutput 2: Strategy for strengthening the policy environment to better support pro-poordairying developed 2.1 Develop a pro-poor strategy for strengthening policy environment: 2.2 Improve quality assurance services: 2.3 Initiate process of strengthening of actors and their organisations:Output 3: Sites appropriate for piloting pro-poor dairy development interventionsidentified and available best bet interventions adapted to the Tanzanian context 3.1 Develop and implement tool for site selection: Preliminary national GIS maps to be shared 9 Mar 12 3.2 Structured baseline surveys: 3.3 Develop best bet options for pilot interventions:
  7. 7. GIS maps & layers for stakeholder feedback on 9 Mar 12 in Morogoro CRITERIA FOR TARGETING DAIRY VALUE CHAINS FOR TANZANIA 1. Livestock production systems (most criteria below disaggregated by this) 2. Socio-economic data •Human population & poverty ($1.25 & $2 /day) •Market access: local sales and time to nearest market centre of 50,000 or more people. •Consumption (FAOStat) 3. Livestock density 4. Feeds: biomass use / feed requirements by livestock 5. Production: •Bovine milk production •Surplus - deficit areas 6. Excretion: spatial distribution of bovine N excretion 7. Emissions (environmental angle): spatial distribution of bovine emissions 8. Climate: Length of growing period 9. Trends •Projections of consumption of different animal products (demand) •Feed surpluses/deficits •Growth in animal numbers 10. Targeting: plans to identify 3 strata: •Rural production to urban consumption •Rural production to rural consumptionNext Steps in targeting : About 6 candidate areas to be identified through GIS layers; out of which 3 are selected through discussion. Then detailed site selection tool applied in the selected areas
  8. 8. 2.2 Value Chain Assessment 2012 Priorities for Organisational, Capacity Development and Communication Activities Create a country VC team to match CRP needs (CIAT already has an office (Selian Agric Res Inst in Arusha); ILRI office will be determined by selected sites Initiate engagements under MiLKIT, Irish-Aid, EADD CWG Pursue new proposals under EADD2 SUA led projects, USAID FtF EAAPP, Others Fill gaps for priority recruitment or partnerships across sub- component and other CRP’s Develop a communication strategy targeted to stakeholders and partners (with 2.3)

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