Adding Value to non-food uses of mango

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COLEACP ULP
« User-led process of consortia development »
Denis Félicité-Zulma - Project Officer
documentation@coleacp.org
http://www.coleacp.org/

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Adding Value to non-food uses of mango

  1. 1. Accra, 15 July 2013 6th AFRICA AGRICULTURE SCIENCE WEEK PAEPARD 2 SIDE EVENT COLEACP ULP
  2. 2. COLEACP ULP « Adding Value to non-food uses of mango by products in West Africa » AGENDA CHALLENGES WHAT HAS BEEN DONE SO FAR?  WHAT ABOUT THE FUTURE?
  3. 3. CHALLENGES  FIT with PAEPARD2 aims:  Partnerships oriented by the demand of the Research users  CONTRIBUTE to fighting fruit flies in West Africa through generating value from daily harvesting of fallen fruit by small producers.  DEMONSTRATE positive impact and ATTRACTING donors attention to fund research proposals
  4. 4. WHAT HAS BEEN DONE SO FAR ? ULP New brokerage mecanism : December 2011: non-research partners proposed a bottom up approach led led by users of Research results. Step 1 - Definition of the federating theme (Jan-Sept. 2012) Step 2 - Desk Reviews (August-Dec 2012) Step 3 - Training of Agricultural Innovation Facilitator (Nov 2012) Step 4 - Regional Multistakeholder workshop (Senegal-March 2013)  Step 5 - Concept Notes (Core group) Step 6 - Identification of funding sources Step 7 - Development of full research proposals
  5. 5. The mango federating theme  A large Consultation process (growers, exporters, processors, research institutes…)  The WA mango industry confronted to high crop losses due to fruit fly infestation  A phytosanitary problem to be solved  Incentive to be given to small producers for harvesting fallen fruit  Strong socio-economic impacts  Revenues to be generated along the value chain.
  6. 6. 3 National Desk Reviews • Period: August >>>December 2012 • Countries: Burkina Faso, Côte d’Ivoire, Senegal • Objectives : Check validity of the federating theme through interviews of public and non public operators Identification of existing or planned initiatives on processing mango waste for mango non-food uses; lessons to be learnt from other agricultural sectors (soja, shea)
  7. 7. Local Initiatives THEMES BURKINA FASO COTE D‟IVOIRE SENEGAL COMPOST/ FERTILISATION ENERGY: „‟briquettes‟‟ /biogas DAFANI / PAFASP / GEBANA /SNV I2T ANIMAL FEED GEBANA / INERA VERGERS DU NORD COSMETIC: Butter/oil BURKINA TURE/ MILOGO PICOS CI BIOESSENCE / BAOBAB DES SAVEURS
  8. 8. CONSTRAINTS • Ecological (short mango seasonality and limited agro-ecology diversity) • Institutional (limited experience and capacity by public institutions and growers’ organisation) • Socio-economic: limited market prospects, road infrastructures to be improved • Technical: difficulty to process methane into liquid, lack of know-how on small scale oil extraction • Find partners
  9. 9. - COLEACP Regional Workshop in Senegal (March 2013) identified 2 main Research questions around: • Adding value to Mangoes in the Cosmetic industry • Sustainable non-food processing of mangoes for use by family farmers and village communities (biogas, compost, animal feeding, “briquettes” for fire) - 2 « Core » multistakeholder groups write Concept notes on each Research question (March/July 2013) - Funding sources to be identified for submission of complete Research proposals (July-Nov.2013)
  10. 10. Concept Notes 1. International market orientation: Cosmetic: - Mango butter + pulp (anti-oxydant fatty acid ) 2. Sustainable development of local small scale companies oriented:  Energy: - ’’Briquettes’’ from mango seed - Biogas • Compost (improving soil fertility …..) • Animal feed (pulp and peel)
  11. 11. Concept Notes Operators involved: - Growers, exporters, processors, NGO, Associations, Research institutions, local donors Impacts: - Access to an alternative energy, increasing volume of animal feeding availability, improving the soil fertility. - Development of local production of mango butter, new export outlets (EU…), improving employment for women and young people in rural areas, bring new revenues for growers.
  12. 12. What about the future? Research proposals (RP) matching donors’ requirements and research users’ expectations. Sustainability of the ULP AIF role How can PAEPARD further support RP? Y4E / Competitive Research Fund and an Incitation Fund
  13. 13. 13 Desk studies (West Africa and Europe) Dakar Workshop Report Concept Notes Available on line http://paepard.org and « User-led process of consortia development » Thank you ! Denis Félicité-Zulma - Project Officer documentation@coleacp.org http://www.coleacp.org/

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