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Maziwa Zaidi updates. Amos Omore. MilkiT Coordination Meeting 22 Jan 2014, Morogoro, Tanzania. What is Maziwa Zaidi ?. Coined to domesticate CGIAR Livestock and Fish ( LaF ) Program in Tanzania - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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Maziwa Zaidi updates

MilkiT Coordination Meeting

22 Jan 2014, Morogoro, Tanzania

Amos Omore

What is Maziwa Zaidi? Coined to domesticate CGIAR Livestock and Fish (LaF) Program in TanzaniaIts a dream for pro-poor transformation of the Tanzania dairy VC over the next decade++ that is not yet fully fundedThe impact pathway for Tanzania dairy VC defines how to get thereSeeks to enrol/get buy-in by non-LaF dairy R&D partners for greater synergy

What is Maziwa Zaidi? Individual projects help us to achieve Maziwa Zaidi but they are not singlyOther rationle:Reduce confusion among stakeholders regarding which projects they are collaborating with, Encourage synergy among collaborating projects, Rally value chain research and development partners towards a shared purpose.

What is Maziwa Zaidi? Maziwa Zaidi projects so far:NameDonorPIThemeObjectiveMilkITIFADB Mass FeedsFeeds innovations/IPsMoreMilkiTIrish AidA Omore/L.KVCDHubsSFFF2 (ACIAR?)BMZ/GIZD GraceA4HNFood safety (nutrition?)Cow KillerBMZS Alonso /D. GraceAnimal Health/FSDisease prev surveyCGPIDRCA Galie / (A. Omore)Gender/M&EFood security

What is Maziwa Zaidi? Maziwa Zaidi projects proposals/pipeline

Research & piloting partnerships (e.g., MoreMilkiT, MilkiT; SFFF2; new proposals)Maziwa Zaidi planningPlace of LaF R4D in Maziwa ZaidiMore milk, income, assets and better health & Nutrition throaccess to quality inputs and services access to reliable, well-coordinated, marketing arrangementaccess to quality, safe and nutritious products at affordable pricesScaling out development partnerships (e.g., EADD2? + +) Time10 yearsMaziwa Zaidi Strategic Research Scaling out development partnerships (e.g., EADD2)6Highlights of progress of Flagship Project (More MilkiT) and other integrated projects

Objectives (derived from Irish Aid Country Strategy Paper for Tanzania and ASDS)Goal: Inclusive growth and reduced poverty and vulnerability among dairy-dependent livelihoods in relevant rural areas in Tanzania

Outcome: Rural poor are more income secure through enhanced access to demand-led dairy market business services and viable organisational options, and low-income consumers have better access to affordable milk.

More Milk in Tanzania Project

Contributing Objectives over 5 yrsDevelop scalable value chains approaches with improved organization and institutions serving resource-poor male and female smallholder dairy householdsGenerate and communicate evidence on business and organizational options for increasing participation of resource-poor male and female households in dairy value chainsInform policy on appropriate role for pro-poor smallholder-based informal sector value chains in dairy sector development More Milk in Tanzania Project

Addressing 4 inter-related problems that face resource-poor milk producersDominant direct sales of small volumes by smallholder producers that preclude economies of scaleCredit facilities for basic inputs and services or working capital are lacking. This discourages investment to improve productivity Lack of appropriate organizational models for pre-commercial producers (complex cooperative models and technology-driven solutions have largely failed)Seasonality of rainfall and related effects are strong (with MilkIT)Milk marketing outlets (NBS, 2003)

Milk Buyer%Neighbours86.1Local market5.5Secondary market0.5Processors1.4Large scale farms0.2Trader at farm4.5Other1.7TOTAL100.0More Milk in Tanzania Project

Addressing 4 inter-related problems that face resource-poor milk producersDominant direct sales of small volumes by smallholder producers that preclude economies of scaleCredit facilities for basic inputs and services or working capital are lacking. This discourages investment to improve productivity Lack of appropriate organizational models for pre-commercial producers (complex cooperative models and technology-driven solutions have largely failed)Seasonality of rainfall and related effects are strong (with MilkIT)More Milk in Tanzania Project

Women participate more in milk related tasks

Addressing 4 inter-related problems that face resource-poor milk producersMore Milk in Tanzania Project

Milk processing in Tanzania has been declining since 1990Dominant direct sales of small volumes by smallholder producers that preclude economies of scaleCredit facilities for basic inputs and services or working capital are lacking. This discourages investment to improve productivity Lack of appropriate organizational models for pre-commercial producers (complex cooperative models and technology-driven solutions have largely failed)Seasonality of rainfall and related effects are strong (with MilkIT)

Addressing 4 inter-related problems that face resource-poor milk producersDominant direct sales of small volumes by smallholder producers that preclude economies of scaleCredit facilities for basic inputs and services or working capital are lacking. This discourages investment to improve productivity Lack of appropriate organizational models for pre-commercial producers (complex cooperative models and technology-driven solutions have largely failed)Seasonality of rainfall and related effects are strong (with MilkIT)More Milk in Tanzania Project

Addressing 4 inter-related problems that face resource-poor milk producersDominant direct sales of small volumes by smallholder producers that preclude economies of scaleCredit facilities for basic inputs and services or working capital are lacking. This discourages investment to improve productivity Lack of appropriate organizational models for pre-commercial producers (complex cooperative models and technology-driven solutions have largely failed)Seasonality of rainfall and related effects are strong (with MilkIT)More Milk in Tanzania Project

Farmer groups are struggling in most places except in Tanga

More Milk in Tanzania ProjectKey messages on identified entry points Validity of the need to focus attention on growing the existing informal system of milk production (with zebu cattle) and marketing to extend the frontiers of commercial dairyingOrganizational models to achieve economies of scale for access to inputs and services required to unleash incentives for raised productivity to levels that will justify bulkingThis is riskier than classical approaches but more inclusive in ensuring wider impact on marginalisedPolicy support for pro-poor shift needed

Identified field sites 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.

Hubs for piloting in the Tanzania contextProducers Inputs, $$Inputs & services$$Payment agreementMilk, CattleCheck-off agreementInputs & Service Providers(BDS) Traders Milk CattleBASIC Dairy Market Hubfor Provision of Inputs and Services on Check-off Illustration of a hub for provision of inputs and services on credit without collective bulking and marketing19

Milk TraderTraining Service Providers (BDS)Regulatory AuthorityCertification/LicensingTraining & certification of competenceAccreditation & monitoringReportingCess feeTraining guidesBDS linkages in milk quality assurance in informal markets (with TDB)

HygieniccansFee(Trialled in Kenya, Uganda and Tanzania (Arusha & Mwanza)

It is evolving and continuing to catalyze policy dialogue for a pro-poor transformation of the dairy value chain DDF update:

21MoreMilkiT update:R&D partnerships formed for piloting have started to mobilize value chain actors for piloting of interventions

Page title minimum of 30 points and maximumof two linesMain point 6 point smaller than slide titleBullet points 4 point less than main pointFont type is CalibriIt is advised in one slide maximum 6 bulletsWe recommend you use images on slidesYou can change partner logos on front pageYou have to duplicate this slide for more inside pages22Range of partnerships :1. Strategic Research PartnershipsSUATALIRIReinforced by CGIAR (ILRI/CIAT) and ARIs partnerships2. Development PartnershipsServicing the system: Heifer and SNVFrom the system: TDB, FAIDA MaLi 3. Mechanisms for strengthening relationshipsDDFLocal platforms

MoreMilkiT update:

Criteria for becoming a dairy market hub defined

Hub for provision of inputs and services on credit without collective bulking and marketingImpact pathway and MLE developedMonitoring, learning and evaluation (MLE) framework) developed

Several targeted research activities and ex-ante assessment of interventions initiated, some through students

Page title minimum of 30 points and maximumof two linesMain point 6 point smaller than slide titleBullet points 4 point less than main pointFont type is CalibriIt is advised in one slide maximum 6 bulletsWe recommend you use images on slidesYou can change partner logos on front pageYou have to duplicate this slide for more inside pages25Baseline (benchmark) results availableMost findings re-affirm VCA findings, with figuresIts mostly about feed, less so other constraints! Dominant direct sales of small volumes by smallholder producers that preclude economies of scaleCredit facilities for basic inputs and services or working capital are lacking. This discourages investment to improve productivity Lack of appropriate organizational models for pre-commercial producers (complex cooperative models and tech