Tanzania Smallholder Dairy VC Update - 10 Feb 2014

Report
Tanzania Dairy Value Chain Coordination
Meeting
Amos Omore
Nairobi, 10 Feb 2014
Objectives
Based on a quick review of where we are now
and what is planned:
a)
b)
c)
d)
Share what will be done by who and when
identify areas for synergies in implementation
List outputs in 2014, with links to CRP outputs
Develop a common work plan across activities
LaF/A4HN planning
Big Picture: Place of LaF/A4HN R4D in ‘Maziwa Zaidi’
Goal: More milk, income, assets and better health & nutrition thro’
a) access to quality inputs and services
b) access to reliable, well-coordinated, marketing arrangement
c) access to quality, safe and nutritious products at affordable prices
Scaling out development partnerships
(e.g., EADD2? + +)
Scaling out development partnerships (e.g.,
EADD2)
Research & piloting partnerships (e.g.,
MoreMilkiT, MilkiT; SFFF2; new proposals)
LaF/A4HN Strategic Research
Time
10 years
Big Picture: Links to LaF VCD theme
2014 focus is on generation of evidence
from targeted research and pilot of
interventions
LaF Value Chain Development
L&F Generic outputs and implications for Tanz in 2014
VCD Outcome: Stakeholders are aware of and actively promoting pro-poor, gendersensitive strategies that are improving productivity and profitability, and increasing
animal-source food consumption among poor consumers
Priority VCD Research outputs (with links to
other LaF theme and A4HN outputs)
Implications for Tanzania / delivery
mechanisms
1. Methods, models and tools for
rapid VC assessment developed
2. “Best bets” piloted, validated and
refined
3. Mechanisms for scaling up and
out the successfully tested
strategies for upgrading VC
Funded
o Main: MoreMilkiT 2 (Irish Aid)
o MilkIT – Feeds (IFAD)
o SFFF 2 (BMZ); RIA (ACIAR) - FS
o CGP– Gender (IDRC)
o Cow Killer
Proposals submitted in 2013
• MoreMilkiT 2 (Irish Aid) - funded
• EADD2 - funded
• AgriTT - Genetics/SNP – funded
• SPIA – Waiting
• CultiAf – Food security/nutrition
Waiting
Pilot villages
List of Contributors to Tanzania Dairy 2013/14
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ILRI
Amos (VC coordination + AH &
Food safety+, CRP3.7/4.3)
Isabelle, James (Irish Aid, SPIA)
Silvia, Rosel, Delia, postdocs (Food
safety, SFFF2)
Brigitte, Ben, Fred, Alan (Feeds,
MilkIT)
Julie, Okeyo, James (Breeding ,
DGEA)
Silvia, Alice (Animal health, Cow
Killer, MoreMilkiT)
Michael (Impact pathway)
Alessandra (Gender through CGP,
MoreMilkiT)
Salim (consultant, MoreMilkiT)
Edgar Twine (MoreMilkiT)
New staff (EADD2)
Diana Iddo (CapDev)
Nat Research and Dev Partners
• SUA (IrishAid Project Coordinator)
• Heifer – Tanzania, FAIDA MaLi,
SNV(MoreMilkiT piloting)
• TALIRI & SUA –Tanga (MilkIT)
• Tanzania Dairy Board (MoreMilkiT)
• EADD2 partnerships
• MLDF, SNV, LoL, Private sector
(partners in DDF)
• Irish Researchers at Teagasc, UCD
(students, still exploring options)
• BfR – Germany; RVC (SFFF2)
• NUPI - Norway
• Students: SUA, Bonn, Nbi, Emory,
Queensland
More Milk in Tanzania (MoreMilkiT) Project
Outputs and Activities in 2014
More Milk in Tanzania (MoreMilkiT) Project
Plans to achieve objectives: 2013-16
1. Develop scalable value chains approaches with improved
organization and institutions
• Output 1.1
Vibrant, well organized, and sustainable DMHs
delivering demand-led inputs and services developed (Led by
Heifer & Faida Mali)
– Establish DMHs:
– Operate the DMHs:
Targeting 30 villages with
4800 cattle keepers across 4
districts:
• Output 1.2
DMHs governance strategies strengthened
through non-formal trainings (Led by Heifer and FAIDA MaLi)
– Strengthening actors and their organisations
• Output 1.3
DMHs assessments undertaken and used for
improving the performance of dairy value chains
–
DMHs assessments (e.g., adapting and applying stage-gating tool) - serving
development pilot in real-time
More Milk in Tanzania (MoreMilkiT) Project
Plans to achieve objectives: 2013-16
2. Generate and communicate evidence on business and
organizational options
•
Output 2.1
DMHs act as platforms for generating and
communicating evidence on business and organisational
options for increased participation of resource poor men and
women in the dairy value chains
–
–
•
Output 2.2
Value chain governance strategies
strengthened to generate, package, and communicate
information critical to DHMs rollout
–
•
Targeted research: serving development pilot in real-time
Gender analysis and gender mainstreaming of DMHs
Improving quality assurance services and communication
Output 2.3
Evidence of DMHs as viable and sustainable
dairy value chain development models generated and
communicated
–
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Assessment of the efficiency of integrating small-scale informal value chain into
the formal and development of scaling out strategies
Delivery of learning products - serving development pilot in real-time
More Milk in Tanzania (MoreMilkiT) Project
Plans to achieve objectives: 2013-16
3. Inform policy on appropriate role for pro-poor
smallholder-based informal sector value chains in dairy
sector development
• Output 3.1 Lessons for sustainable value chain
development through evidence-based research, monitoring
and evaluation, and recommendations for scaling out
developed and disseminated
–
–
–
Generation and communication of evidence and lessons
Advocacy
Final evaluation
Cross-cutting Monitoring, Learning and Evaluation framework
More Milk in Tanzania (MoreMilkiT) Project
Piloting of adapted hubs to be main focus in
2013-16
Dairy Market Hubs (DMHs) with emphasis on
improving access to inputs and services through
business development services (BDS) and check-off
arrangements:
a) DMHs revolving around chilling plants or accessing
them (if under-utilized) through transport arrangements
that provide both outputs marketing and inputs and
services through check-offs;
b) DMHs revolving around check-offs for inputs and
services provided through milk traders; and
c) DMHs revolving around check-offs for inputs and
services provided through cattle traders.
Criteria for becoming a dairy market hub defined
DMH category
a): Collective bulking and sale of
milk by members of a farmers
group
Criteria for becoming a DMH
Farmers group
i) is registered at district level
ii) has at least 1 link with a milk trader/ buyer and at least 1 link
with an input & services provider
iii) members are able to access inputs & services on check off
system
b) and c): Individual members of Farmers group
a farmers group sell milk and/or i) is registered at district level
cattle directly to traders
ii) members are able to access inputs & services on check off
system
Hub for provision of inputs and
services on credit without collective
bulking and marketing
More Milk in Tanzania (MoreMilkiT) Project
Impact pathway and MLE framework
developed
• Monitoring, learning and evaluation
(MLE) framework for pilot projects
developed; 1st monitoring survey soon
• Several targeted research activities and
ex-ante assessment of interventions
initiated, some through students
Baseline (benchmark) results available
• Most findings re-affirm VCA findings, with
figures
• Commercialising the marginalised will mostly
be about feed, less so other constraints!
DDF Update
It is evolving and continuing to catalyze policy
dialogue for a pro-poor transformation of the
dairy value chain…
MoreMilkIT Workplan for 2013/14
WORKPLAN: MoreMilkIT Year 2 Milestones
=
completed
= ongoing
= pending
Qtr/Month/week in Yr 2
Activity Milestones
Qtr1
2
1
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
3
8
9
10
4
Qtr2
5
6
7
Qtr3
8
9
Qtr4
11
10
12
11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48
Performance
Indicators
Related
Costs
(Euros)
Objective 1: Develop scalable value chains approaches with improved organizations and institutions serving smallholder male and female households
Output 1.1 Vibrant, well organized, and sustainable DMHs delivering demand-led inputs developed
1.1.1
Establish DMHs:
Recruit dev partner; agree DMH
choices & villages; refine DMH
Initiate discussion
son partnership
constructs; identify constraints &
responses to DMH introduction in
villages
arrangements
with dev partners;
Establish
initial batch of
Mobilise cattle
keepers to
primary
DMHs
participate in
DMHs
Operate DMHs
Lead
Org
ILRI staff
involved
Activities detailed
under separate
Collaborative
5 DMHs; 900 members
Research
Agreements
mobilised;
78,464 (CRAs)
Des i gn proces s
& a cti vi ti es to
empower DMHs
1.1.2 Operation of DMHs:
Comments
Operate DMHs
7 BDS; 20 traders; vol of
milk
Heifer staff
with SNV
support
AO, IB, JR, SN
Heifer with
78,464 As above
SNV support AO, IB, JR, SN
Output 1.2 DMHs governance strategies strengthened through non-formal trainings
1.2.1
Conduct training &
linkages needs
Strengthening actors and their organisations:
assessments
Develop/adapt
Conduct trainings and promote linkages Training needs; 900
training materials
for specified benefits
trained; # linkages made
As Above. Activity
initited in year 1
7,600 (activity 2.1)
SNV and
TDB
AO
Output 1.3 DMHs evaluations undertaken and used for improving the performance of dairy value chains.
1.3.1 DMHs assessments to provide information for decision
making
Conduct market
Conduct ex-ante
assessments at
DMHs
assessments of
DMH interventions
Ada pt s ta ge-ga ti ng
tool for i ni ti a l s et of
DMHs
Lessons on DMH
strengths & weaknesses
IB, JR, DB, SN,
26,363
ILRI/SUA
AN
Objective 2: Generate and communicate evidence on business and organizational options for increasing participation of resource poor men and women in dairy value chains
Output 2.1 DMHs established as platforms for generating and communicating evidence on business and organisational options for increased participation of resource poor men and
women in the dairy value chains
2.1.1 T argeted research
Targeted research at DMHs depending on
Targeted research at DMHs depending on
identified technical constraints; Innovation
Platforms in some
identified technical constraints; Innovation
Platforms in some
Output 2.2 Value chain governance strategies strengthened to generate, package, and communicate information critical to DHMs rollout
2.2.1
Improving quality assurance services and communication
adoption studies
Ana l ys e gender ba s ed cons tra i nts
to pa ti ci pa ti on a nd benefi ts a t
# gender studies
DMHs
2.1.2 Gender analysis and gender mainstreaming of DMHs
20 certified traders; 7
Deta i l ed a cti vi ti es under ol l a bora ti ve Res ea rch Agreement (CRA) wi th TDB on i mprovi ng qua l i ty a s s ura nce a nd communi ca ti on i n the da i ry accredited BDS; # policy
s ector i n Ta nza ni a , through Da i ry Devel opment Forum (DDF)a nd other cha nnel s
issues addressed by
Output 2.3 Evidence of DMHs as viable and sustainable dairy value chain development models generated and communicated
2.3.1 Assessment of the efficiency of integrating small-scale
Des i gn tool s for
a s s es s ment
informal VC into the formal and dev of scaling out strategies
DDF
Conduct 1s t round of a s s es s ment of
i ntegra ti ng s ma l l -s ca l e/pre-commerci a l VC
i nto the forma l / commerci a l
AO, IB, JR, SN,
3 functional IPs; #
30,400
ILRI/SUA
SA, BL, AN, BL,
JO
26,363
ILRI/SUA
AG, SN, all
Activity initited in
year 1 (activity
13,680 2.2)
TDB
AO, SN
26,363
ILRI/SUA
26,363
ILRI/SUA
AN
26,363
ILRI/SUA
AO, SN, all
ILRI/SUA
AO, SN
Key lessons; #
feedback workshops
JR, IB, HK, DB,
SN, AO, AN
Objective 3: Inform policy on appropriate role for smallholder-based value chains in dairy sector development
Output 3.1 Lessons for sustainable VC development through evidence-based research, M&E, and recommendations for scaling out developed and disseminated
3.1.1
lessons:
Generation and communication of evidence and
Design monitoring
tools
Des i gn
communi ca ti on
s tra tegy
Workshops proceedings;
1 new investor
Design advocacy
3.1.2
Advocacy
General administrative & coordination activities
Overhead
Total
Launch DDF
Post-doc advert
posted
strategy linked to project
outputs
progres s
Hold SC
report
meeting (DDF (+fi na nci a l
)&
AC to play
meeti ng
this role)
wi th IA
National
policy forum
IB, JR, AO, SN,
# meetings
technical
Share
learnings at
report
(+financial) &
donor forum
meeting with
IA
progress & SC meeting
reports
59,574
400,000
Notes: ILRI Persons involved: AO=Amos Omore; IB=Isabelle Baltenweck, JR=James Rao; DB=Derek Baker, SN=Salim Nandonde, AG=Alessandra Galie; SA=Sylvia Alonso; HK=Hikuepi Katjiuongua; AN=Alice Njehu; BL=Ben Lukuyu; JO=Julie Ojango. Tanz/SUA
Persons involved: PC=Project Coordinator, value chain researchers & consultants. PC to help facilitate stakeholder engagements. Project has close linkage with IFAD MilkIT, BMZ SFFF . Project Coordinator (part-time, appointed by SUA) to be involved in all activities as
per agreed ToRs, workplan and budget
MoreMilkIT Hubs Establishment Workplan Jan-Jun 2014
MoreMilkIT: Heifer WORKPLAN and MILESTONES - Updated 24-16 September 2013
=
completed
= ongoing
= pending
YEAR 2014
Activity Milestones
Heifer Indicators (Yr 1)
Qtr1
Feb
Jan
25 26
27
28
29
30
Mar
Apr
Qtr2
May
Jun
Complementary SNV/TDB/ILRI
roles
Comments
31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48
Objective 1: Develop scalable value chains approaches with improved organizations and institutions serving smallholder male and female households
Output 1.1 Vibrant, well organized, and sustainable DMHs delivering demand-led inputs developed
Establish and Operate DMHs
1.1. Awareness creation at village level (includes identification of loose interest groups and
presenting results of the research at local level)
1.2. Facilitate/stimulate emergence of Interest Groups, by actor type (cattle keepers/milk
vendor/SP) and identify the actor type that will be the pivot of the DMH (at least 20% of the villages
reached by dec)
1.3. Identify entry points for organising/emergence of interest groups
1.4. Support training needs assesments for all interest groups and individual BDS (identify
constraints, activities to engage, financial needs, market info needs, technical needs).
# meetings; # cattle
keepers mobilised
1600 cattle keepers
registered
10 BDS; 30 traders; vol of
milk
ILRI: Feedback with VC actors to v alidate
results of rapid VC assessment and feedback
on potential interv entions
Acomplished by 25 Sep 2013
ILRI: dev elop tool; TDB: Assist to mobilize
traders and BDS prov iders; FAIDA MaLi:
Conduct training needs assessments for
emerging interest groups; v alidate the capacity
building (CB) plan with each interest
group/indiv iduals to prioritize with them for
ownership
1.5. Participate in project review and planning meetings
CB plan, other needs
e.g., more research
# meetings &
recommendations
1.6. Facilitate group formation / engage & strengthen existing groups (include dynamics,
governance, constitution and registration)
1600 cattle keepers in
groups; 10 DMHs
1.7. Implement business model(approach to address the constraints; include facilitation of
emergency of business networks)
10 BDS; 30 traders; vol of
milk
1.8. Facilitate the negotiation between different actors
1600 cattle keepers
linked
for BDS prov iders (linked to Agri-hub
Tanzania incubation program) to inform training
1.9.Conduct training on dairy as a business (business attitude)
1600 cattle keepers; 10
BDS; 30 traders; vol of
milk
FAIDA MaLi: Make follow-up v isits to
concretize deals and organize serv ice
1.10. Support actors with market information on an on-going basis
1600 cattle keepers; 10
BDS; 30 traders; vol of
milk
ILRI: Conv ene project rev iew and planning
meetings
FAIDA MaLi: Dev elop appropriate business
models (approaches to address identified
constraints and facilitate emergence of
business networks); TDB: Complementary
training and certification
Target hanging fruits, do one round, then
another of business linkages across all
districts
FAIDA MaLi: Dev elopment of business plans
on diary as a business: TDB: Complementary
training and certification
deliv ery sy stems
TDB: Prov ide manuals on quality assurance
1.11. Support actors with technical information
1600 cattle keepers;
1.12. Facilitate knowledge sharing exhibition, exchange visits (business and technical needs)
# reps of 1600 cattle
keepers;
1.13. Support actors to link with financial institutions (VICOBA, Banks, SACCOS etc--). Based on
business plans of different actor (s)
Output 1.2 DMHs governance strategies strengthened through non-formal trainings
1600 cattle keepers; 10
BDS; 30 traders; vol of
milk
2.1 Facilitate linkages between village-level feed innovations platforms, other DMHs and
T AMPRODA
1600 cattle keepers
linked
2.2. Link DMHs with Agri-hub T Z and DDF initiatives on communication
10 DMHs linked
Draws from VC info from the research,
platforms, sharing etc
Draws from info from research, platforms,
sharing etc; use training materials from Heifer
and TDB for on-farm targeted coaching etc.
FAIDA MaLi: Facilitate the negotiation
between the different actors through business-tobusiness (B2B) forums/workshops to reinforce
training on diary as a business.
SNV: Strengtheni ng TAMPRODA
governa nce a nd communi ty-l evel to
s upport emergi ng DMHs (l i nked to
emergi ng Feed Innova ti on
Pl a tforms )
SNV: Strengthen DDF Secreta ri a t’s
ca pa ci ty on communi ca ti on, l i nked
to Agri -hub Ta nza ni a
Overall Tanz VC Workplan for 2014
Gannt Chart for coordination & communication
Tanzania VC Workplan 2014
Timelines: Quarter/Month
Output
Milestone
Activity
Qtr 1
1
Qtr 2
2
3
4
1
2
3
4
1
2
3
4
1
2
3
4
MoreMilkiT
MilkIT
SFFF2
What kills
my cow
CGP
EADD2
DGEA
CG funds /
other
1. Methods and tools
developed and applied to 1. Methods, models and tools for VC
identify potential
assessment developed, pre-tested
interventions for
improved VC performance and adopted by "Date"
2. “Best bets” piloted,
validated and refined,
also other new technical
and institutional
solutions, with partners
and other value actors.
Conduct situational analysis
Collect secondary data for sectorial and policy models
Finalisation of VC assessment tools:
• Collect feedback on research questions and tools (email)
• Workshop to finalise research questions, indicators, tools
Develop review process for methods, tools and models
Conduct rapid VC assessments
Feedback workshops with VC actors to validate results of rapid VC assessment and for
2. VC assessments completed for the feedback on potential interventions
Conduct in-depth analysis in VCs (probing on specific constraints / interventions) ...
target VCs by "Date"
possibly combined with baseline
Feedback to VC actors to validate results of in-depth VC assessment and for feedback on
potential interventions
Review of best practices and successful / failures related to pro-poor development of target
3. Potential interventions at scale for value chains
Define process to prioritize interventions (ex ante) / ( participatory with target users and
improved VC performance identified
other VC actors)
and prioritised by "Date"
Package the prioritized integrated intervention strategies
Write proposal(s) with partners; based on VC assessment and potential interventions
A series of feedback workshops with ALL the VC actors & stakeholders --> on the results of
the VC assessment done in phase 1& the proposed best bets
Project delivering output milestone and persons involved
L&F/A4HN related projects
Qtr 4
Qtr 3
1. Partners, activities, and pilot
locations agreed for “X” VCs through
broad stakeholder consultations
2. At least “X” VC interventions
piloted and evaluated
3. Refinement of “best bets” &
preparation of options for scaling
across VCs by “Date”
3. Mechanisms for
scaling up and out the
successfully tested
strategies for upgrading 1. Innovation system tested
VC; CRP L&F documented
influence that is fostering
implementation at scale
supported by an enabling
2. Policy environment enhanced
environment
Identify partners for implementation - based on suggestions from the feedback workshops
Identify sites for implementation - based on consultations with proposed implementation
partners
Design the proposed M&E framework for the implementation (based on the selected
partners, sites, and intervention)
Prepare proposal to secure resources & funding (incl from implementation partners) to
implement - based on the outcomes of the feedback workshops
Engage with partners (including beneficiaries) and agree on the modalities for
implementation
Capacity Development of partners (including Capacity Needs Assessment, Develop / Adapt
training tools / Carry out training)
“The actual thing” – pilots taking place
Implement the M&E plan
Dissemination and communication activities with partners (ongoing)
Synthesis of the evaluations / pilots (within countries / VCs)
Identification of potential for scale (synthesis across VC and geographies)
(implied or explicit activity ?) : go back and rework tools/interventions based on pilots
Workshops (after/during each stage) to validate and refine “best bets”
Dissemination and communication activities (at all levels of the VC)
Conceptual framework for Platforms and multi stakeholder processes defined
Platforms formed in all target areas with issues and actors defined, to form the basis of
alliances
Platform generated evidence and platform processes are documented, tested, shared and
analysed.
Alliances formed to build on and exploit learning to take processes to scale
Informing value chain processes through robust knowledge services
Methods and tools for effective policy engagement defined
Policy review conducted on key policies in each target area
Monitoring policy actions that have happened
DG, KR, SA
DG, KR, SA
DG, KR, SA
DG, KR, SA
DG, KR, SA
DG, KR, SA
DG, KR, SA
Persons involved: AO=Amos Omore; IB=Isabelle Baltenweck, DB=Derek Baker, HK= Hikuepi (Epi) Katjiuongua; MK=Michael Kidoido; AN=Alice Njehu; JP=Jane Poole; BL=Ben Lukuyu; DG=Delia Grace; KR=Kristina Rosel; OM=Okeyo Mwai; PT=Phil Toye; BLM=Brigitte Maass; MF=Mohamadou Fadiga; KC=Cathy Colvorson, SW; Stuart Worsley; KR=Kar Rich, Post-doc;
SA=Silvia Alonso
Activities not aligned to the above outputs (if any) / events
MoreMilkiT
DDF 6 Feb; EXTRAPOLATE Workshop 4-6 Mar; Visit with IA consultants 10-14 Mar; MoremilkiT/MilkIT Review/SC 16-18 Mar; ILRI Dar office opening 21 Mar
MilkIT
SFFF
What kills my cow
CGP
EADD2
DGEA
AgriTT/SNP?
???
Disease diagnostics for a range of animal health and public health hazards. Feedback on results for extention services and (possibly) farmers

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