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Tanzania Smallholder Dairy Value Chain Component Situation Report 2012


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Presented by Amos Omore (ILRI) at the Livestock and Fish Value Chain Component Planning Meeting, Nairobi Kenya, 6-7 December 2012

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Tanzania Smallholder Dairy Value Chain Component Situation Report 2012

  1. 1. Tanzania Smallholder Dairy Value Chain Component Situation Report 2012 Amos Omore Livestock and Fish Value ChainComponent Planning Meeting, Nairobi Kenya, 6-7 December 2012
  2. 2. CRP 3.7 Value Chain Development L&F 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 Fundedidentify stakeholders and potential partners o Main: MoreMilkiT (Irish Aid)2. Basic toolkit for VC assessment compiled for o MilkIT – Feeds (IFAD)testing o SFFF 2 (BMZ); RIA (ACIAR) - FS3. Analytical framework for assessing VC o LDIP - Data (BMGF/WB) - CRP2 linkperformance established o CGP– Gender (IDRC)4. Rapid assessment of VC to inform design of o Mobilisation for EADD2 (BMGF)in-depth assessment, and to identify preliminary o BMZ small grant on epid.priority constraints and best-bet upgradingstrategies to test (incl. specific components on Potential new funding proposalsenvironmental impacts, food safety risk • MoreMilkiT 2 (Irish Aid)assessment and gender analysis) • EADD25. Candidate intervention strategies for piloting • ADRAS: ASF consumption (AUSAid) – failed • ?
  3. 3. MoreMilkiT/IrishAid is delivering CRP 3.7: Activities in 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: Completed: draft report available 1.2 Consult stakeholders: Completed: Major meeting on 9 Mar12 in Morogoro; TSAP, 1.3 Develop and implement value chain assessment tool: Completed; but more RIA on-goingOutput 2: Strategy for strengthening the policy environment for pro-poor dairyingdeveloped 2.1 Develop a pro-poor strategy : Outcome Mapping; National Dairy Dev (DDF) Forum agreed 2.2 Improve quality assurance services: Initiated thro’ CRA with Tanzania Dairy Board (TDB) 2.3 Initiate process of strengthening of actors and their organisations: Initiated thro TDB;DDFOutput 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: Completed: GIS maps, tools, 3.2 Structured baseline surveys: On-going 3.3 Develop best bet options for pilot interventions: Draft report, Outcome Mapping Key successes: Major IrishAid funding, integration of other projects; identification of entry points; and, DDF formation
  4. 4. More Milk in Tanzania Project Identified entry points Maps + stakeholder consultationsRegion District Market access Cattle % improved Dominant production classification population* dairy breeds system Kilosa R-to-R 215,100 1 Extensive/Agro-Morogoro pastoral (zebu) Mvomero R-to-U 187,350 5 Extensive/Agro- pastoral (zebu) with significant semi- intensive & intensive (improved) Handeni R-to-R 126,780 1 Extensive/Agro-Tanga pastoral & Extensive/Sedentary (all zebu) Lushoto R-to-U 119,492 24 Extensive/Sedentary (zebu) with significant semi-intensive & intensive (improved)
  5. 5. More Milk in Tanzania ProjectMorogoro: Kilosa and Mvomero
  6. 6. More Milk in Tanzania ProjectTanga: Lushoto and Handeni
  7. 7. List of Contributors to Tanzania Dairy ILRI Nat Research and Dev Partners• Amos (VC coordination + AH & • SUA (IrishAid Project Coordinator) Food safety+, CRP3.7/4.3)• Derek, Acho (VC assessment/ • TALIRI –Tanga (MilkIT) conceptual framework - • Tanzania Dairy Board IrishAid, LDIP/CRP2)• Isabelle (Irish Aid, EADD) • Ministry of Livestock and• Delia (Food safety, SFFF2) Fisheries Dev (MLDF)• Ben, Brigitte, Alan, Fredy • Heifer – Tanzania (Potential key (Feeds, MILKIT) partner in piloting)• Julie, Okeyo (Breeding assessment, other areas being • SNV, LoL MLDF, Private sector discussed) (partners in DDF)• Phil, Delia (Animal health) • EADD2 Country Working Group• An + Jeannette (GIS site selection) • Irish Researchers at Teagasc, UCD• Michael, Nancy , Jane (M&E/IA) (options being explored)• Pamela, Elizabeth (Gender through CGP, IrishAid) • BfR – Germany (SFFF2)• Salim (VC post doc, Irish Aid) • WFC – Potentially through ADRAS• New feeds and animal health post- docs – (to be recruited)
  8. 8. CRP 3.7 Value Chain Development L&F Generic outputs and implications for Tanz in 2013Outcome: ?Priority Research outputs for 2013 Implications for Tanzania / delivery mechanisms1. Projects2. • MoreMilkIT Stage 2 (Irish Aid)3. • MilkIT – Feeds (IFAD) • SFFF 2 (BMZ) • CGP– Gender (IDRC) • EADD2 (BMGF) • BMZ small grant: “What’s killing my cow”
  9. 9. Piloting of adapted hubs to be main focus in 2013
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