5 bram wouters-_value_chain_coordination

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On December 8 and 9, a Dairy Expert Roundtable Meeting on “Competitive Dairy Value Chains in Southeast Asia” was held in Muak Lek, Thailand. In this regional meeting, participants from six countries in Southeast Asia discussed how the relatively small dairy value chains could be more competitive and sustainable.

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5 bram wouters-_value_chain_coordination

  1. 1. Value Chain Coordination for an Efficient Dairy Sector Bram Wouters Wageningen UR Livestock Research
  2. 2. Context and objective Drivers for value chain coordination Issues related to efficient value chain coordination Examples of dairy value chain coordination
  3. 3. Key Actors and other Stakeholders in the Value Chain GovernmentInputs Farmer Consumer Retail Colle ProcessorServices Producer ctor MarketResearch and development institutionsEducational institutions: universities, agricultural schoolsNGO’s and interest groups
  4. 4. What could be drivers for chain coordination Platform, network for private sector/ government (pricing) Advocacy/ advising regarding sector/ value chain policies Regulation of the value chain, delegation of government responsibilities: licensing, enforcement of regulations Addressing issues of common interest including funding: milk quality, research and development , services General promotion of consumption of milk and dairy products (general promotion) Implementation of development activities (NDDB, India)
  5. 5. Issues related to efficient chain coordination Defining common goals Defining tasks and approaches of coordination body Representation: role of government/ private sector/ enabling organisations Organisational set up Legal status and mandate Funding activities
  6. 6. Example of Dutch Dairy Board Legal body: product board under government supervision Implements delegated responsibilities of government (implementation regulations, market regulations, licensing etc.) Governed by actors in the chain (farmers, processors, labour unions)

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