national root crops

Report
20 /11/ 2012
NATIONAL ROOT
CROPS RESEARCH
INSTITUTE, UMUDIKE
2012 Report.
Annual National Agricultural
Extension Review And
Planning Meeting (NAERPM)
19th – 23rd November, 2012.
1
10
 Participation
in 2012 REFILS Activities:
 Diagnostic/Thematic Survey: None
 States covered (List)
NA
 Participating Organizations (List)
NA
 Pre-Season In-Service Training:
Nil
 Total numb of participants
............................. Date.................................
 Numb of ADPs
participating........................................
Hosting ADP
 Other Stakeholders................................
Value chains Covered
2.
ON FARM ADAPTIVE TRIALS (OFAR)
(Farmer-managed):
S/N
STATES
NUMBER OF OFAR
1
Abia
3
VALUE CHAINS
COVERED
 On farm evaluation
of two improved
cassava in
cassava/yam/maize
intercrop
 On-farm evaluation
of the productivity
and profitability of
homestead fish
farming with
plastic tanks in a
monoculture
system
 On-farm evaluation
of the acceptability
of 2 improved
storage method for
cocoyam
2
Akwa Ibom
1 (one)
3
Anambra
3
4
Bayelsa
Nil
Agro-forestry (On farm
evaluation of locally
available feed materials
for growth performance
of edible land snails
(Achatina achania).
Fisheries. Agro-forestry ,
Crops
Nil
5
Cross River
Nil
Nil
6
Ebonyi
Nil
Nil
7
Enugu
Nil
Nil
8
Imo
1
9
Rivers
Nil
On farm evaluation of
the performance of
three improved varieties
of maize in cassava
/maize intercrop
Nil
3.
MANAGEMENT TRAINING
PLOTS/PENTS/PONDS/DEMOSTRATIONS (MTPS):
/SPAT
S/N
STATES
NUMBER OF MTPS
1.
Abia
1
1
1
29
28
30
2.
Cassava/maize/swe
etpotato
Cassava/maize
telfairia
Cassava/maize/Egu
si
Akwa Ibom
2
3.
VALUE CHAINS
COVERED
Cassava/maize/coc
oyam
Yam/maize
cassava/Telfairia
Yam/maize/cassava
Anambra
Yam/maize
3.
4.
Anambra
2
Yam/maize
3
Cassava/maize
3
1
Upland rice
production
Cassava vegetable
2
Sheep and goat
68
103
Earthen fish pond
farming
Concrete fish pond
27
Glass fish pong
45
Snail farming
3
Bee keeping
194
Nursery
establishment for oil
palm
Rabbit keeping
Cross River
41
312
Sheep goat
144
Poultry production
16
Yam minisett
25
Yam/m//c/Telfairia
52
Sole cassava
35
Cassava/maize
22
162
Cassava/sweetpotat
o
Late maize
30
Late cassava
66
Y/m/c/t
91
Y/m
130
Sole cassava
41
Vegetable
gardening
81
C/M/E/T
53
Processing and
utilization of cassava
Group formation
353
27
2
5.
Ebonyi
nil
14
16
32
6
.
Enugu
Establishment of
home gardens
Establishment of
school garden
82
52
Yam/cassava/maize
/egusi orTelfairia
Yam minisett/maize
Yam/Cassava/maiz
e intercrop
Sole maize
Dry season
vegetable
production
10
6
.
Enugu
6
Late cassava/
maize/cowoea
Upland rice
15
Swamp rice
26
46
Sheep and goat
production
Pig production
35
Poultry production
22
Concrete
homestead fish
farming
Bee keeping
8
10
Plantain/banana/co
coyam
7
10
Snail farming
1
Grass cutter
domestication
Bee keeping
13
48
8
Imo
16
Forest vegetable
(‘Ukazi’) production
Erosion control
18
Banana/plantain
intercrop
Rabbit production
41
Poultry production
47
Artificial brooding of
local birds
Pig production
11
63
40
53
Rearing and
management of
sheep and goat
Homestead fish
farming
Yam/cassava/maize
/egusi alternate row
7
48
186
42
34
1
2
45
47
1
12
Yam/cassava/maize
/egusi conventional
planting
Cassava/maize/Egu
si
Cassava/maize/coc
oyam
Production of seed
yam through yam
minisett technique
Late
maize/cassava/cow
pea intercrop
Dry season/home
gardening
Processing cassava
into high quality
cassava flour(HQCF)
Processing cassava
into high quality
cassava fufu
Processing cassava
into high quality
cassava starch
Processing maize
into malted maize
drink
7
5
4
17
17
16
Rivers
Zero
Processing of fruits
into juice/jam
Use of oil palm
bunch in soap
making
Formation of girls’
club
MTPHIV/AIDS
prevention/nutritive
care
Group formation
4.
MONTHLY TECHNOLOGY REVIEW
MEETINGS (TO-DATE):
S/N
STATES
NUMBER.
1.
Abia
1
2
Akwa Ibom
5
VALUE CHAINS
COVERED
Livestock:
Domestication of
cane rat (grass
cutter)
Land preparation
and cultural and
practices and in
yam cassava based
intercrop.
Seed yam
production through
minisett technique
Health
management in pigs
and small ruminants
Hutch construction
and maintenance in
rabbit production
Pond construction
2
Akwa Ibom
5
3
Anambra
3
4
Bayelsa
Nil
Pre-stocking,
fattening stocking
of culturable fishes
Production of body
cream
Sit selection, land
preparation and
maintaining of
plantain/banana.
Management of
bee hive colonies
Cassava processing
into garri,chips,
flour,etc
Soil conservation
methods
-
5
Cross River
3
-
6
Ebonyi
Nil
-
7
Enugu
Nil
-
8
9
Raising of pullets
Imo
7
Rivers
Nil
Best practices for
sweetpotato
production
Control of leaf curl in
telfairia
Control of leafspot
disease in telfairia
Compouding of
floating fish feed
5.
ZONAL STEERING COMMITTEE MEETINGS: ZONE
S.E. AGRO-ECOLOGICAL ZONE
QUARTER
NO. PARTICIPATING
NARIS
2
OTHER ORGANIZATIONS
FIRST QTR
NO. PARTICIPATING
STATE
6
SECOND QTR
Nil
-
-
THIRD QTR
Nil
-
-
FOUND QTR.
Nil
-
-
Nil
6.
ZONAL TECHNICAL COMMITTEE
MEETINGS: ZONE.
QUARTER
1ST HALF
2ND HALF
NO. PARTICIPATING
STATE
Nil
NO. PARTICIPATING
ADPs
Nil
OTHER ORGANIZATIONS
Nil
Extension Services Programe
7.
EXTENSION PUBLICATIONS
TYPEOF EXT PUBS.
NO
GUIDES
20
VALUE CHAINS
REMARKS.
COVERED
Cassava production &
In circulation & being
processing, yam
distributed.
production,
sweetpotato production
& marketing, cocoyam
production, potato
production, Ginger
production &
marketing, Rizga
production, Improved
Bee Keeping. Recipes
for Yam, cassava,
Sweetpotato & cocoyam
BULLETINS
OTHERS (Posters)
12
Trainings on NRCRI
Technologies, Yam
production, Cassava
technologies, Ginger
production, Potato
production, Adopted
Accepted & presented
in International &
national conferences.
8.
FARM BROADCAST
TYPE OF BROADCAST
RADIO
NAME OF PROGRAM
BROADCAST
STATIONS
OUR FARMER (English
VISION AFRICA
& Pidgin English)
104.1 FM, UMUAHIA
Ginger Drink
Production
Snail Farming
Climate Change &
Agriculture
Improved Cocoyam
Production
NDEWONU NDI ORU
UBI
Uzo esi akoputa ji I
Uzo esi akoputa ji II
FREQUENCY OF
BROADCAST/yr
Each 3 times
OTHERS…
S/N
ACTIVITIES
MEDIA
FREQUENCY/YR
1.
News items Radio/TV
32
2.
Feature Articles
3.
Interviews
4
Instructional TV
Programmes
Newspaper Clips
BCA Radio and
Television, FRCN
Network programme,
Vision Africa 104.5 and
Pacesetter FM 103.4, AIT
TV. and NTA
Institute Newsletter.
National Digest.
Ambassador Newspaper.
Nation Newspaper. Daily
Champion.
Radio & TV - Institute’s
Media, AIT, FRCN,
Guardian Newspaper,
BCA.
NTA 21, Umuahia
Guardian, the Nation,
Daily Independence,
Leadership, Vanguard,
Daily Trust, Daily
Champion, Rising Sun,
30
5.
15
10
40
9. ADOPTED VILLAGES & AROC
VILLAGES
VALUE CHAIN
Ubaha Oriendu,
Umuahia North LGA
Cassava, Yam,
Sweetpotato &
Cocoyam
Amawom, Ikwuano
LGA
Cassava, Yam,
Sweetpotato &
Cocoyam
Akoli Imenyi, Bende
LGA
Cassava
TECHONOLGIES
PROMOTED
cassava/Maize/Melo
m, Yam minisett
maize intercrop,
Improved
Sweetpotato,
Improved Cocoyam
production.
cassava/Maize/Melo
m, Yam minisett
maize intercrop,
Improved
Sweetpotato,
Improved Cocoyam
production.
Improved Cassava
adoption
REMARKS
Activities are on
going
Activities on hold for
2012 due to land
dispute
Ongoing
10.
SECONDARY SCHOOLS OUTREACH
PROG
SEC. SCHOOLS
VALUE CHAINS
Ibeku High School,
Umuahia North LGA.
Cassava, Yam,
Sweetpotato & Cocoyam
Santa Cruz Sec Schl.
Olokoro, Umuahia South
LGA
Cassava, Yam,
Sweetpotato & Cocoyam
Weslyey Seminary, Ndoro,
Ikwuano LGA
Cassava, Yam,
Sweetpotato & Cocoyam
TECHONOLGIES
PROMOTED
cassava/Maize/Melom,
Yam minisett maize
intercrop, Improved
Sweetpotato, Improved
Cocoyam production.
cassava/Maize/Melom,
Yam minisett maize
intercrop, Improved
Sweetpotato, Improved
Cocoyam production.
cassava/Maize/Melom,
Yam minisett maize
intercrop, Improved
Sweetpotato, Improved
Cocoyam production.
REMARKS
AROC in focus
AROC in focus
AROC in focus
Training of Rural Women And YouthsOn value Addition To Roots
and Tuber Crops in the South East Agro – Ecological Zone
CHALLENGES
 Inadequate funding to accomplish targets.
 High cost of broadcast in the mass media
 Conflicts/Problem of group cohesion in some of the
villages
 Sometimes elite capture in the development process
WAY FORWARD
 Prompt release of fund to meet targets.
 Special fund allocation to meet media houses
charges.
 Extending to other adoptable technologies outside
Institute’s mandate.
 Transfer of ownership Vs exit strategy.




Project component to include Advocacy,
mobilization and capacity building
Supplemental Empowering the communities through
loans/grants
Honouring commitments agreed upon by Govt
Agency,
2013 WORKPLAN: REFILS, SOUTH EAST AGROECOLOGICAL ZONE
s/no.
1
2
Activity
Total cost
Diagnostic Survey in 9 states
of S E. Agro-ecological zone
I.
Production of 1,800
900,000
questionnaire
I.
Administration of 1,800 26,010,000.00
questionnaire, data
collection, data
collation data analysis
and report writing, and
production for all 9
states
On farm adaptive Trial OFAR
(Researcher- managed)
Farmer participatory trial on
evaluation of improved
cassava varieties for yield and
value addition.
i)
Planting materials for 9
states
i)
Establishment of trial(local
45,000.00
1,440,000.00
2013 WORKPLAN: EXTENSION SERVICES
PROGRAMME
EXTENSION PUBLICATIONS
TYPEOF EXT PUBS.
NO
GUIDES
18
8
VALUE CHAINS
COVERED
Cassava marketing,
yam mini & micro
tuber production,
sweetpotato
marketing system,
cocoyam
processing &
marketing, True
potato seed
production &
marketing, Ginger
production by tissue
culture, Rizga
marketing system,
Recipes for value
addition to Yam,
cassava,
Sweetpotato &
cocoyam.
Budget (N)
3 million.
2 million
RADIO & TV PROGRAMMES
FARM BROADCAST
Type of broadcast
Name of program
Broadcast stations
RADIO & TV
OUR FARMER
(English & Pidgin
English)
VISION AFRICA
104.1 FM,
UMUAHIA.
Cassava Salad
making
PACESETTER 103.5
FM, UMUAHIA.
Value addition to
root & tubers
NTA Umuahia.
Seed yam
production
Rapid
Multiplication of
cassava stems
through two-node
cuttings
Seed Yam
production
BCA, Abia State
Frequency of
broadcast/yr
Each 3 times
Budget (n)
30 million.
OTHER MEDIA ACTIVITIES
S/N
ACTIVITIES
MEDIA
FREQUENCY/YR
BUDGET
1.
Feature Articles
12
1 million
2
Instructional TV
Programmes
Newspaper Clips
Institute
Newsletter.
National Digest.
Ambassador
Newspaper. Nation
Newspaper. Daily
Champion.
NTA 21, Umuahia
30
2.5 million
Guardian, the
Nation, Daily
Independence,
Leadership,
Vanguard, Daily
Trust, Daily
Champion, Rising
Sun, Business Daily,
Daily Sun.
BCA, NTA,
Pacesetter FM
103.5 Umuahia
30
2 million
6
10 million
3.
4.
Coverage & Publicity of
trainings on value
addition

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


DEMONSTRATION FARMS
20 Demos, 4 each in the 5 S/E States N2.5 million
TRAINING OF RURAL WOMEN & YOUTHS ON VALUE ADDITION TO ROOT & TUBER
CROPS AND NRCRI TECHNOLOGIES,
Item
Amount (N)
Ingredients for Value addition
300,000
Baking materials – stoves, pans,etc.
800,000
Production of Certificates
300,000
Vehicle Fuelling & Transportation for staff
400,000
Training/lecture materials
600,000


Sub-total = 2,400,000
DTA for Training Resource Persons per team
Trainers
No. of Days Duty Tour Allow/Day

Team / Value Addition Leader




Value Addition Mixer
12,000
Value addition Assistant
Humar Bus drivers
48,000
3
16,000
3
36,000
32
72,000
3
12,000

Hilux Driver for Coordinator

NRCRI Media Reporter

NRCRI Camera/videoman
36,000
48,000
36,000






192,000
300,000
Training Monitoring & Evaluation
36,000
2nd Value addition Assistant
R&T technologies resource person
48,000
Training Coordinator/Supervisor
48,000


Vehicles repairs & servicing

Production of training Manuals




12,000
3
16,000
3
12,000
Sub-total =
12,000
3
3
Sub-total =
DTA for Drivers and Cameraman
Communication cost

3
36,000
3
12,000
16,000
16,000
252,000
For the 3 Concurrent Teams =
756,000
130,000
250,000
672,000
Office supplies and services, Audivisual equipment & accessories
2,052,000
TOTAL (Five Million Naira per training)
FOR 5 TRAININGS IN A YEAR FOR 2013
= N25 MILLION
300,000
Sub-total =
5,000,000
ADOPTED VILLAGES, 2013
VILLAGES
VALUE CHAIN
Ubaha Oriendu,
Umuahia North LGA,
Abia State
Cassava, Yam,
Sweetpotato &
Cocoyam,
Poultry & Fisheries
Umumbo, Ayamelu LGA,
Anambra State.
Cassava, Yam,
Sweetpotato & Cocoyam
Poultry & Fisheries
Akoli Imenyi, Bende LGA,
Abia state
Cassava, Poultry &
Fisheries
Alor, Idemini LGA,
Ananmbra State
Cassava, Yam,
Sweetpotato &
Cocoyam,
Poultry & Fisheries
TECHONOLGIES
PROMOTED
cassava/Maize/Melom,
Yam minisett maize
intercrop, Improved
Sweetpotato, Improved
Cocoyam production.
Poultry & Fisheries
cassava/Maize/Melom,
Yam minisett maize
intercrop, Improved
Sweetpotato, Improved
Cocoyam production.
Poultry & Fisheries
Improved Cassava
adoption, Poultry &
Fisheries
cassava/Maize/Melom,
Yam minisett maize
intercrop, Improved
Sweetpotato, Improved
BUDGET (N)
20 million
To be assisted by WAAPP
20 million
To be assisted by WAAPP
20 million
To be assisted by WAAPP
20 million
To be assisted by WAAPP
SECONDARY SCHOOLS OUTREACH
PROGRAMME, 2013
SEC. SCHOOLS
VALUE CHAINS
Ibeku High School,
Umuahia North LGA,
Abia State.
Cassava, Yam,
Sweetpotato, Cocoyam,
Poultry & Fisheries
Santa Cruz Sec Schl.
Olokoro, Umuahia South
LGA, Abia State.
Cassava, Yam,
Sweetpotato, Cocoyam,
Poultry & Fisheries
Weslyey Seminary,
Ndoro, Ikwuano LGA,
Abia State.
Cassava, Yam,
Sweetpotato, Cocoyam,
Poultry & Fisheries.
Osina Technical College,
Cassava, Yam,
TECHONOLGIES
PROMOTED
cassava/Maize/Melom,
Yam minisett maize
intercrop, Improved
Sweetpotato, Improved
Cocoyam production,
Poultry & Fisheries.
cassava/Maize/Melom,
Yam minisett maize
intercrop, Improved
Sweetpotato, Improved
Cocoyam production,
Poultry & Fisheries.
cassava/Maize/Melom,
Yam minisett maize
intercrop, Improved
Sweetpotato, Improved
Cocoyam production,
Poultry & Fisheries.
cassava/Maize/Melom,
BUDGET (N)
15 million
To be assisted by WAAPP
15 million
To be assisted by WAAPP
15 million
To be assisted by WAAPP
15 million
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FIELD DAYS AND EXHIBITION:
To be held in the 6 Sub-Stations each N1 million
= N6 million
ADOPTION & IMPACT ASSESSMENT:
Five different adoption studies to be held in 3013:
= N2.5 million.
Evaluation of extent of adoption of whitefly resistant
sweet potato varieties disseminated and spread in
the DFID whitefly sweet potato pilot states.
Evaluation of Youths and Farmers Participation In
Demonstration of Technologies across Locations In
South Eastern Nigeria.
Assessment Of The Constraints Militating Against
Effective Transfer And Adoption Of Root And Tuber
Crops Technologies In South Eastern Nigeria.
Impact of the training on value addition to
root/tuber crops conducted by NRCRI from 20052010 in the Communities trained.
Impact of Information and communication
technologies (ICTs) on the dissemination of root and
tuber technologies.
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NAQAS/FARMERS’ HELPLINE ICT SUPPORT FOR
EXTENSION DELIVERY
= N2 Million
EXTENSION SUPPORT SERVICES FOR PRINT &
ELECTRONIC MEDIA & PUBLICATION
N3 Million.
GRAND TOTAL BUDGET FOR EXTENSION SERVICES
PROG.
= N275.8 Million
Summary:
REFILS
= N88.308 Million
Extension services = N275.800 Million
GRAND TOTAL
= N364.108 Million

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