Tigrai Group work-Livestock- Yayneshet - LIVES

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LIVES Inception Workshop
Tigray Regional State Working Group
Beekeeping Commodity
1. Value chain constituents for
Beekeeping
Transportation and Market
Product processing and packaging
 Input and credit delivery
 Production
2. Function and Actors
Value chain stages
Function
Actors
Transportation and
Market
Transportation of inputs
and products
Market Information
provision
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Product processing and
packaging
Selection of packaging
material , labeling and
grading, wax collection.
Private sectors, producers, and
Public sector service providers.
Input and credit delivery
Input supply and credit
provisions
 BoARD, DECSI, cooperatives
and retailers
Production
Production of honey, wax
and colony
Producers
Marketing agency (TAMPA)
Cooperatives
Mass- media
BoARD
Consumers
Private sectors – transporting
3. Services provided and providers
Value chain stage
Services provided
Service providers
Transportation and
Market
provision market information, linkages TAMPA, Cooperatives,
and transportation
Media, BoARD,
Consumers, Private
sectors
Product processing and
packaging
Skill and capacity services on
processing and packaging.
Equipment and honey containers.
Input and credit delivery
 Input quality control and regulation, BoARD, TARI, Universities,
linkage, capacity building,
private sector
strengthen cooperatives and unions
 Promotion of credit and input
uptake.
 Production
 Technology identification and
demonstration
 Quality colony selection
 Bee forage availability
 Beekeeping husbandry
BoARD, TARI, traders,
Dima PLC, REST.
BoARD, TARI, NGOs, CGIAR
and producers
4. Vision
To be one of the best model beekeeping
enterprises in Ethiopia that provides income and
ensures food and nutrition security of
beneficiaries.
Sub visions
Value chain stages
Vision/stage
Transportation and Market
To see efficient, reliable and responsive market
and transportation services to producers,
processers, retailers and consumers
Product processing and packaging
To see the best consumer preferred and highly
demanded and processed honey and wax
Input and credit delivery
To see a sustainable and timely functional
input supply and credit services put in place
Production
To see satisfied beekeepers with the
availability and quality of products
5. Constraints and opportunities
Value chain stage
Opportunities
Constraints
Transportation and
Marketing
Accessible infrastructure, high
market demand, high price
lack of linkage between
producers and consumers
Product processing and
packaging
Honey processing plants (PLC)
Lack of skills and capacity in
grading and packaging,
shortage of packaging
materials.
Input and credit delivery
Local manufacturing of beehives Shortage of pure wax supply.
and accessories, local supply of Lack of access to honey
colony and wax,
presser.
Production
Diversified natural bee forage,
suitable ecology and diversified
bee races, indigenous
knowledge to produce graded
Predators
6. Knowledge and capacities needed
6.1 Knowledge
Human capacity building- communication skill, marketing,
processing, grading and packaging skill, colony
multiplication ( splitting, grafting)
Documentation and circulation of indigenous/useful
knowledge to wider users
Knowledge and Information center establishment
Preparation of practical guiding manuals(tool kits)
Experience sharing /study tour
6.2 Physical Capacity Building
Establish - honey collection and processing
centers, quality control laboratories, wax
collection center (honey presser)
7. Services needed to realize the vision
Input and credit services
Transportation (hives)
Strong and focused extension (forage, market
information)
Action research
honey collection, processing and grading
Product quality control
Revitalizing cooperatives
8.Enabling Environment
Appropriate policies and strategies
Professional and traders (small and micro)
Associations
Positive incentive system
Organizing trade fair
Poultry Commodity
Tigray Regional State Working Group
1. Value chain constituents for Poultry
Transportation and Market (local and direct
supply to hotels/universities)
Product processing and packaging
 Input and credit delivery
Day old chicks
Fertile eggs,
Incubator/hatchery,
Financial/credit services,
AI service, Vaccine and medicine
 Feed processing and ration formulation
 Production (PLC, smallholder farmers,
cooperatives)
2. Function and Actors
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Function
Actors
1.
Transportation of inputs and
products
Market Information provision
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2.
Slaughtering, cleaning, packaging
and labeling/grading
Private investors and producers
3.
Credit and Input supply
 DECSI, BoARD, Mekelle Farms, REST, NGOs
Cooperatives, financial institutions
4.
Feed processing and ration
formulation
 Private sector, cooperatives
5.
Production of eggs, pullet, broilers
PLC, small holder farmers, cooperatives
Marketing agency (TAMPA)
Cooperatives
Mass- media
BoARD
Consumers
Private sectors – transporting
3. Services provided and providers
SN
Service provided
Service providers
1.
Continuous information flow, uninterrupted
and fair transportation tariff
TAMPA, Cooperatives,
Media, BoARD, Consumers, Private
sectors
2.
Product quality standardization & assurance
BoARD
3.
 Input quality assurance and regulation,
 Linkages and strengthening the capacity of
poultry cooperatives and unions, vet
services provision
BoARD, Research Institute and
Universities, Private Vet service
providers-
4.
Formulated poultry feeds wholesale/retaile
Mekelle Farms, private investors
5.
 Appropriate land allocation, vet technology
(services) supply
 feed technologies selection, breed
improvement technology generation and
adoption
BoARD, Research Institutes and
universities, Municipality-
4. Vision
To be the largest contributor of income, food,
and nutrition for vulnerable households
(women, landless youths)
Sub visions
Value chain stages
Vision/stage
Transportation and Market
To see efficient, reliable and responsive market
and transportation services to producers, input
suppliers, retailers and consumers
Product processing and packaging
To see the best consumer preferred, safe and
demanded processed poultry meat
Input and credit delivery
To see a sustainable and responsive functional
input supply and credit/financial services put
in place
Production
To see satisfied poultry producers with the
availability and quality of poultry feed with
capacity to perpetuate itself
5. Constraints and opportunities
Opportunities
Constraints
 Presence of enabling environment from
government side
 Unavailability of animal breeding policies
and product quality control system
 Increasing investors interest in poultry
 Lack of available quality poultry feed and
improved poultry breeds
 Existing experience of farmers development  Absence of the tradition of using
groups (women and youths) at grassroots
processed/ready made poultry meat and
poor marketing infrastructure
 Accessible road, communication, electricity
facilities and absorbing poultry product
market
 Poor poultry management /husbandry
skill
 Expensive and/or absence of poultry
equipment suppliers (appropriate
hatchery/incubator)
 Less capital and land demanding enterprise
 Inadequate and absence of specialized
vet services
 Sensitivity to disease
 Lack of appropriate vet medicine/vaccine
 Poor, fragmented and limited credit
services
6. Knowledge and capacities needed
6.1. Knowledge
Human capacity building- Poultry breeding, ration
formulation, incubation/hatching and veterinary
service
Documentation and circulation of indigenous/
useful knowledge
Knowledge and Information center- Interactive
teaching methods, training kits
Preparation working manuals
Experience sharing /study tours
6.2. Physical Capacity Building
Establish production and distribution centers
for improved day old checks at farmers level
Empower poultry specialized community
health workers (Paravets)
7. Services needed to realize the vision
Input and credit/financial services
Transportation
Extension (Poultry feed, vet and, market
information)
Action research
Poultry feed quality control
Promote cooperative services
8. Enabling Environment
Professional and trader (small and micro)
Associations
Positive incentive system /Investors/
Governance (strict regulations on waste disposal
and recycling)
Dairy Commodity
Tigray Regional State Working Group
1. Value chain constituents for Dairy
1.
Transportation and Market (local and
directly to Hotels/Universities/hospitals)
2.
Processing
(individual
and
grouped/organized processers)
3. Input and credit delivery (Improved
heifers/cows, Bailed hay/treated roughage,
concentrates, credit services, AI service,
vaccine and medicine)
4. Production (small holder, cooperatives,
urban, peri urban dwellers)
2. Dairy Function and Actors
n
Value chain
constituents
Function
Actors
1.
Transportation and
marketing
 product transportation and product supply
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2.
Processing
 quality standardization & assurance
 processing service (milk collection, storing,
 processing, preservation)
 BoARD, Cooperative ,
Farmer milk producers-
3.
Input and credit supply
 Input supply , quality assurance and regulation for
inputs, market linkage, capacity building,
strengthen milk cooperatives and unions, vet and
AI services provision
 technology production and promotion, capacity
building
 Input and service provision
 DESCI, BoARD, Mekelle
farms, REST, NGOs and
cooperatives, CBE,
Research Institution and
Universities , Private Vet
service providers-
4.
Production
 identification of forage growing areas,
appropriate site selection for introduction, milk
shed and agro ecology based dairy, feed, vet
technology (services) supply
 feed technologies selection, Feed adaptation
trials, demonstrations, breed improvement
technology generation
 BoARD, Research Institutes
and universities-
Marketing agency (TAMPA)
Cooperatives
Mass- media
BoARD
Consumers
Private sectors
3. Services provided and providers
Services provided
Service providers
VC stage
1.
provision of market information, and
transportation
TAMPA, Cooperatives,
Media, BoARD, Consumers,
Private sector
Transportation
and marketing
2.
 processing service (milk collection,
storing,
 processing, preservation
 quality assurance
Cooperative , BoARD and Farmer
milk producers
Processing
4.
 Input quality assurance and regulation for
inputs, linkage, capacity building,
strengthen milk cooperatives and unions,
vet and AI services provision
 technology production and promotion,
capacity building Input and service
provision
BoARD , Research Institute and
Universities , Private Vet service
providers-
Input and
credit supply
5.
 Identification of forage growing areas,
BoARD, Research Institutes and
appropriate site selection for introduction, universitiesmilk shed and agro ecology based dairy,
feed, vet technology (services) supply
 feed technologies selection, Feed
adaptation trials, demonstrations, breed
improvement technology generation
Production
4. Vision Dairy Value Chain
To be one of the best dairy
enterprises and secure food,
nutrition
and
income
of
smallholder dairy farmers in
Tigray
Sub visions
Value chain stages
Vision/stage
Transportation and Market
To See efficient, reliable and responsive market
and transportation services to producers, input
suppliers, retailers and consumers
Product processing and packaging
To see safe and sound milk and milk products
processing services on sustainable basis
Input and credit delivery
To see a sustainable and timely functional
dairy input supply and credit services in place
Production
• To see Increased quantity and quality dairy
products
5. Constraints and opportunities
opportunities
constraints
 Presence of enabling environment (policies
and strategies)
 Unavailability of animal breeding policies
and product quality control system
 Suitable agro ecology for dairy
development
 Lack of available quality animal feed
(forage seed) and improved dairy breeds
 Presence of functional organizational and
institutional set up from top to the
grassroots
 Poor dairy processing and marketing
infrastructure
 Poor milk and milk products market
linkage and distribution
 Accessible road, communication, electricity
facilities and absorbing dairy product
market
 Absence of milk processing and storage
facilities/milk collection centers
 Inadequate vet services
 Emerging NGOs interest in dairy
development
 Poor animal management /husbandry
system
 Lack of appropriate dairy technologies
 Poor, fragmented and limited credit
service
5. Knowledge and capacities needed
5.1. Knowledge
Human capacity building- dairy reproduction, milk
processing, feed and nutrition (feed processing and
ration formulation), veterinary, marketing
Specialization of field of study (MSc, PhD)
Documentation and circulation of
indigenous/useful knowledge
Knowledge and Information center- Interactive
teaching methods,
Preparation of practical manuals
Experience sharing /study tour
5.2. Physical Capacity Building
Establish milk collection and processing
centers
AI service and accessories
Animal handling facilities,
Mixers and grinders
Quality control laboratory
6. Services needed to realize the vision
Input, credit and Insurance services
Transportation
Extension (AI, vet, forage, market information)
Action research
Milk collection, processing and storage
Product quality standardization and control
7. Enabling Environment
Breeding strategies/policy
Dairy breed associations
Professional and traders (small and micro)
Associations
Positive incentive system /Investors/
Land use policy (grazing land- cropping land
encroachment)
Organize trade fair, school feeding, dairy day for
dairy products
Small Ruminant Commodity
Tigray Regional State Working Group
1. Value chain constituents for SR
1.
Transportation and Market (local and
direct
supply
to
Hotels/Universities/hospitals)
2. Slaughtering and Processing (Abergelle
Abattoir)
3. Input and credit delivery (Improved SR
breeds/
Bailed hay/treated roughage,
concentrates, credit services, vaccine and
medicine)
4. Production (small holder, cooperatives)
2. SR Function and Actors
n
Value chain
constituents
Function
Actors
1.
Transportation and
marketing
• product transportation and product supply
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Marketing agency (TAMPA)
Cooperatives
Mass- media
BoARD
Consumers
Private sectors
2.
slaughtering and
Processing
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•
quality standardization & assurance
processing service (storing)
Slaughtering
•
Cooperative, Farmer,
Abergelle slaughtering
3.
Input and credit supply
•
Input supply , quality assurance and regulation for
inputs, market linkage, capacity building,
strengthen fattening cooperatives and unions, vet
service provision
technology production and promotion, capacity
building
Input and service provision
Provision of credit
•
DESCI, BoARD, Mekelle
farms, REST, NGOs and
cooperatives, Research
Institution and
Universities, Private Vet
service providers-
identification of feed growing areas, appropriate
site selection for introduction, agro ecology based
fattening,, vet technology (services) supply
feed technologies selection, Feed adaptation
trials, demonstrations, breed improvement
technology generation
•
BoARD, Research Institutes
and universities-
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4.
Production
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3. Services provided and providers
Service provided
Service providers
VC stage
1.
provision market information, transportation
TAMPA, Cooperatives,
Mass- media, BoARD, Consumers,
Private sectors , Ethiopian airlines
Transportatio
n and
marketing
2.
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•
processing service ( storing,
quality assurance
Cooperative , BoARD and Farmer
milk producers
Processing
3.
•
Input quality assurance and regulation for
inputs, linkage, capacity building,
strengthen fatteing cooperatives and
unions, and vet service
technology production and promotion,
capacity building Input and service
provision
BoARD , Research Institute and
Universities , Private Vet service
providers-
Input and
credit supply
•
4.
•
•
Identification of forage growing areas,
BoARD, Research Institutes and
appropriate site selection for introduction, universitiesfattening and agro ecology based
fattening, feed, vet technology (services)
supply
feed technologies selection, Feed
adaptation trials, demonstrations, breed
improvement technology generation
Production
4. Vision small Ruminant Value chain
To see demand satisfying up to
standard and export market
production system
4.1. Vision Market and transportation
 To See establishment of standardized small
ruminant marketing system
4.2. Vision processing
(slaughtering)
To see safe and demand driven small ruminant
slaughtering houses on sustainable basis
4.3. Vision Input and credit service
To See a sustainable and timely functional small
ruminant input supply and credit services in
place
4.4. Vision Production
To see commercial small ruminant production
system
5. Constraints and opportunities
opportunities
constraints
 Presence of enabling environment (policies
and strategies)
 Unavailability of animal breeding policies
and product quality control system
 potential agro ecology for dairy
development
 Lack of available quality animal feed
(forage seed)
 Presence of functional organizational and
institutional set up to the grass root
 Poor marketing infrastructure and
system
 Accessible road, communication, electricity
facilities and absorbing local live small
ruminant market
 Inadequate vet services
 Traditional/ subsistence production
system
 Presence of Abergelle slaughtering house
 Presence of potentially fattening small
ruminant breeds
 Poor animal management /husbandry
system
 Poor, fragmented and limited credit
service
 Failure to satisfy export market
6. Capacities and knowledge needed
6.1. Knowledge
Human capacity building- SR Reproduction, Feed
and nutrition (feed processing and ration
formulation), veterinary, marketing
Specialization of field of study (MSc, PhD)
Documentation and circulation of indigenous/
useful knowledge
Knowledge and Information center- Interactive
teaching methods,
Preparation and teaching working manual
Experience sharing /study tour
6.2. Physical Capacity Building
Establish - feed and nutrition, and Animal
disease, quality control laboratories,
7. Services needed to realize the vision
Input, Credit and Insurance services
Transportation
Extension (vet, forage, market information)
Research
Slaughtering houses
Product quality standardization and control
Cooperative promotion services
8. Enabling Environment
Breeding strategies/policy
Small ruminant breed associations
Professional and traders (small and micro)
Associations
Positive incentive system /Investors/
Land use policy (grazing land- cropping land
encroachment)
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