Qualitative study of the maize value   chains in Kenya in relation to              Aflatoxin     John Hellin (CIMMYT), C. ...
Why a value chain approach?
Why a value chain approach?
Why a value chain approach?
Why a value chain approach?
Methods
Focus group discussions
Farmer practices - post harvest
Farmer practices post-harvest
Farmer storage practices
Storage
Maize consumption
Trade
Complexity of trade
Knowledge attitudes and perceptions
Findings from Maize Net-Map
Thank you
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Kenya value chain

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Presentation at the Aflacontrol Conference on Aflatoxins, Food Safety and Food Security, IFPRI & ACDI/VOCA Kenya Nairobi, Kenya, January 13th 2011

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Kenya value chain

  1. 1. Qualitative study of the maize value chains in Kenya in relation to Aflatoxin John Hellin (CIMMYT), C. Narrod (IFPRI), M. Tiongco (IFPRI), E. Birol (IFPRI), Pippa Chenevix Trench (IFPRI)
  2. 2. Why a value chain approach?
  3. 3. Why a value chain approach?
  4. 4. Why a value chain approach?
  5. 5. Why a value chain approach?
  6. 6. Methods
  7. 7. Focus group discussions
  8. 8. Farmer practices - post harvest
  9. 9. Farmer practices post-harvest
  10. 10. Farmer storage practices
  11. 11. Storage
  12. 12. Maize consumption
  13. 13. Trade
  14. 14. Complexity of trade
  15. 15. Knowledge attitudes and perceptions
  16. 16. Findings from Maize Net-Map
  17. 17. Thank you

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