The value chain for Vegetables in The Amhara - LIVES

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The value
chain for
Vegetables
in The
Amhara
Region
The stages of Value chain for vegetables
Inputs Supply
Production
Post harvest
Trading
Processing
Trading
Retailing
Consumption
Value chain functions and Actors
Value chain stages
Functions
Actors
Input supply
Seed/seedling
BoA, Cooperatives,
Research centers,
Retailer shops, Amhara
seed enterprise, AISE,
Individuals, Ambasel,
Holeta potatoe seed
producers cooperatives
Fertilizers
Cooperatives/Unions,
AISE
Agro-chemicals
Retailer shop, Ambasel,
AISE Cooperatives
Cont…
Value chain stages
Functions
Actors
Input supply
Farm Equipments
BoA, Ambasel,
Cooperatives, Retail
shops, NGO, Private
workshops, TVET,
Agriculturala
mechanization, Micro
enterprise
Packing and
transporting materials
Private workshops,
Factories, Farmers
Production
Vegetable production
Farmers, Organized
groups, Private
Post Harvest
Sorting/grading,
processing
Whole sellers,
collectors, farmers, User
groups, Processing plant
owners
Cont…
Value chain stages
Functions
Actors
Trading/Whole sale
Whole sale, Transport,
Store
Investors, Middle men,
farmers
Processing
Sorting/ Grading, Value
addition/ juice house
Whole sellers,
Collectors, Farmers,
Organized groups,
Investors,
Retail
Retailing
Open market retailers,
Supermarket, veg
.retailers, farmers,
Retailing shops,
Consumers
End users of vegetables
Farmers, Universities,
Hotels/cafeterias,
Military centers, urban
dwellers, Correction
centers, Orphanage.
Service provided and Providers at each stage
Stage
Service provided
Service Providers
Input
Provision of Seed/
seedling
BoA, Cooperatives, NGO,
research centers,
Amhara seed enterprise,
AISE, Organized farmers,
Individual farmers,
Ambasel, Holeta potato
seed supplier
Provision of Fertilizers
Cooperatives/ Unions,
AISE
Provision of
Agrochemicals and
spraying service
Retailing shop, Ambasel,
AISE, Cooperative, BoA,
private
Provision of Farm
Equipment/ Irrigation
technologies and
maintenance service
BoA, Ambasel,
Cooperatives, Retailing
shops, NGO, Private
workshops, TVET,
Agricultural
Cont…
Stages
Service provided
Service providers
Production
Extension
BoA, NGO, IAR,
Credit
ACSI, Cooperative, NGO
Spraying service
Private shops, BoA, NGO,
Capacity building
BoA, IAR, Universities,
TVET, NGO, Cooperative
promotion agency
Extension service
BoA, NGO, IAR, Universities
Business development
Trade and transport Bureau
Capacity building
Trade and transport Bureau
Postharvest handling
Trading
Cont…
Stages
Service provided
Service providers
Trading
Transport
Private transporter,
Share companies
Arrangement of market
centers
Municipals,
processing
Technical advice
Trade and Transport,
Quarantine regulatory
department
Trading
Transport
Private transporter,
Share companies
retailing
Arrangement of
marketing sites
Trade and transport
bureau and municipals
Vision Statement
To see improved income and livelihoods of
male and female households by increasing
production and productivity of vegetables by
75 percent.
Sub visions
Value chain stages
Vision/stage
Input provision
To see improved access of farmers with quality
and quantity of improved technology timely
and affordable cost
Production
To see increasing the production of vegetables
crops with better income and diet provision.
Post harvest Handling
To reduce the post harvest loss to the
minimum using proper extension of post
harvest technologies
Marketing
Linking the production of fruit crops with
marketing system for better income provision
Constraints and oportunitiesa
Constrains
oportunities
Shortage of certifies seeds
The focus of the government
towards Irrigated agriculture
Shortage of seedling
The presence of irrigation sheme
Poor extension service
The florishing of new universities
Week market linkage
The inception and focuses of
research to irrigated agriculture
/IAR/
Week provision of technologies - post
harvest , water lifting technologies,
Week administration of schemes
Week irrigation research
Poor agronomic practice/Irrig. water
manag’t
Poor watershed management
Unwise utilization of agro chemicals
The required Knowledge and capacity to realize the vision
• The required Knowledge and capacity are
• Short and medium term training
• Irrigation Water management knowledge and
skill
• Experience sharing
The required service to realize the vision
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•
•
•
•
To realize the vision the required services are
Credit servises
Maintenance service transport services
Promotion service
Storage services
Seed and seedling provision services
The required enabling environments are
• The ratification of water use right and water
user association in reference to proclamation
• Marketing system improvement
• Certification of produces , planting materials
• Regulation on food saftey
The value
chain for
Fruits in The
Amhara
Region
The stages of Value chain for vegetables
Inputs Supply
Production
Post harvest
Trading
Processing
Trading
Retailing
Consumption
Value chain functions and Actors
Value chain stages
Functions
Actors
Input supply
Seed/seedling
BoA, Cooperatives,
Research centers,
Individuals, NGO,
Farmers,
Fertilizers
Cooperatives/Unions,
AISE
Agro-chemicals
Retailer shop, Ambasel,
AISE and Cooperatives
Cont…
Value chain stages
Functions
Actors
Input supply
Farm Equipments
BoA, Ambasel, Cooperatives,
NGO, Private workshops, TVET,
Agricultural mechanization,
Micro enterprise
Packing /handling
materials
Private workshops, Factories,
Farmers
Production
Fruits production
Farmers, investors, Organized
groups,
Post Harvest
Sorting/grading,
Storing , processing
Whole sellers, collectors,
farmers, User groups,
Cont…
Value chain stages
Functions
Actors
Trading
Whole sell, Transport,
Store
Investors, Middle men,
farmers
Processing
Sorting/ Grading, Value
addition/ juice/
Whole sellers, Collectors,
Farmers, Organized groups,
Investors, Juice house
Retailing
Retailing
Open market retailers,
Supermarket, fruits
retailers, farmers, Retailing
shops,
Consumers
End users of vegetables
Farmers, Universities, juice
house and cafteria, urban
dwellers, Correction
centers, Orphanage.
Service provided and Providers at each stage
Stage
Service provided
Service Providers
Input
Provision of Seed/ seedling
BoA, Cooperatives, NGO,
research centers, Amhara
seed enterprice, AISE,
Organized farmers,
Individual farmers,
Ambasel, Holeta potato
seed supplier
Provision of Fertizilizers
Cooperatives/ Unions, AISE
Provision of Agrochemicals
and spraying service
Retailing shop, Ambasel,
AISE, Cooperative, BoA,
private
Provision of Farm
Equipment/ Irrigation
technologies and
maintenance service
BoA, Ambasel,
Cooperatives, Retailing
shops, NGO, Private
workshops, TVET,
Agricultural mechanization,
Private workshops
Cont…
Production
Postharvest handling
Trading
Service provided
Service providers
Extension
BoA, NGO, IAR,
Credit
ACSI, Cooperative, NGO
Spraying service
Private shops, BoA, NGO,
Capacity building
BoA, IAR, Universities,
TVET, NGO, Cooperative
promotion agency
Extension service
BoA, NGO, IAR, Universities
Bossiness development
Trade and transport Bureau
Capacity building
Trade and transport Bureau
Cont…
Service provided
Service providers
Transport
Private transporter, Share
campanies
Arrangement of market
centers
Municipals,
processing
Technical advice
Trade and Transport,
Quarantine regulatory
department
Trading
Transport
Private transporter, Share
campanies
retailing
Arrangement of marketing
sites
Trade and transport bureau
and manucipals
Trading
Vision Statement
To Increase the production and productivity of
fruit crops that satisfied the market focusing
on improving the income and livelihoods of
male and female households.
Sub visions
Value chain stages
Vision/stage
Input provision
To see Farmers sufficiently supplied with
improved varieties of crops on time to
improve their income
Production
To increase the production and productivity
of fruit crops with better income and diet
provision
Post harvest Handling
To reduce the post harvest loss to the
minimum using proper extension of post
harvest technologies
Marketing
Linking the production of vegetable crops with
marketing system for better income provision
Constraints and oportunitiesa
Constrains
oportunities
Shortage of certifies seeds
The focus of the government
towards Irrigated agriculture
Shortage of seedling
The presence of irrigation sheme
Poor extension service
The florishing of new universities
Week market linkage
The inception o fresearch to
irrigated agriculture /IAR/
Week provision of technologies - post
harvest , water lifting technologies,
Week administration of schemes
Week irrigation research
Poor agronomic practice/Irrig. water
manag’t
Poor watershed management
Unwise utilization of agro chemicals
Shortage of skill and capacity across
The required Knowledge and capacity to realize the vision
• The required Knowledge and capacity are
• Short and medium term training
• Irrigation Water management knowledeg and
skill
• Experience sharing
The required service to realize the vision
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
To realize the vision the required services are
Credit servises
Maintenance service transport services
Promotion service
Storage services
Seed and seedling provision services
The required enabling environments are
• The ratification of water use right and water
user association in reference to proclamation
• Marketing system improvement
• Certification of produces , planting materials
• Regulation on food saftey
The value chain for fodder
crops in The Amhara Region
The stages of Value chain for vegetables
Inputs Supply
Production
Post harvest
Trading
Processing
Trading
Retailing
Consumption
Value chain functions and Actors
Value chain stages
Functions
Actors
Input supply
Seed/seedling/cutting/
split
BoA, IAR, NGO, private
trader, Cooperatives,
Research centers,
farmers
Spraying
BoA, Farmers, NGO,
Retailing shops
Production
Producing
Farmers, BoA, NGO, IAR
forage/fodder/seedling/
split
Cont…
Value chain stages
Functions
Actors
Post harvest
Silage making
Farmers
Hay making
Farmers
Balling
Organized user groups,
Trade
Trading
Farmers
Private, users group
Processing
Sorting/ grading/
Farmers, Organized groups,
consumption
End users
Farmers Exporters
Private /town dwellers
Service provided and Providers at each stage
Stage
Service provided
Service Providers
Input
Provision of Seed/ seedling
BoA, Cooperatives, NGO,
research centers, Organized
farmers, Individual farmers,
Provision of Agrochemicals
and spraying service
Retailing shop, Ambasel,
AISE, Cooperative, BoA,
private
Service provided and providers
Service provided
Service providers
Extension
BoA, NGO, IAR,
Credit
ACSI, Cooperative, NGO
Spraying service
Private shops, BoA, NGO,
Capacity building
BoA, IAR, Universities,
TVET, NGO, Cooperative
promotion agency
Postharvest handling
Extension service
BoA, NGO, IAR, Universities
Trading
Technical support
BoA
Transport
Private transporter, Share
campanies
A
Production
Vision
To see improved income and livelihoods of
beneficiaries /Male and female households/
by increasing availability of fodder.
Sub vision
Value chain stages
Vision/stage
Input provision
To see Farmers with adequate supply of
improved seeds to fodder production
Production
To see increase the production and
productivity of fodder crops and satisfy
the demand of users
Post harvest Handling
To reduce the post harvest loss to the
minimum using post harvest technologies
Marketing
To see efficient and effective linkage of
production with fodder Market
promotion
Service providing and providers
Service provided
Service providers
processing
Technical advice
BoA, IAR, NGO
Trading
Technical support
BoA
Transport
Private transporter, Share
campanies
A
retailing
Farmers, individuals
retail
Constraints and oportunitiesa
Constrains
Opportunities
Lack of attitude
The increasing demand for livestock
development /dairy and fattening/
Lack of attention for livestock production at
various level
The highest cost of concentrate lead
farmers to implement fodder production
Poor extension service
Shortage of grazing land leads to focused
on production of yielder fodder
Week linkage between extension and
research
Shortage of grazing lands leads to
implementing high yielder fodder
Shortage of input supply
Poor market oriented livestock production
Poor technical problems
Low level of capacity
The required Knowledge and capacity to realize the vision
The required Knowledge and capacity for fodder
production are
• Short and medium term training
• Need high yielder fodder varieties
• Experience sharing and visiting
The required service to realize the vision
To realize the vision the required services are
• Credit services
• Indoors farming
• Availability of Improves fodder varieties
• Promotion service
• Seed and seedling provision services
• post harvest equipment- chopper, baler
The required enabling environments are
• The implementation of land use
• Certification of producers on planting
materials
• Clear strategy for fodder production in
irrigated agriculture
Thank you

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