VCD component

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Value Chain Development Component


On 6 and 7 December 2012, participants in the Livestock Fish value chain component reviewed and updated the component’s log frame.

Information on this meeting




ORIGINAL Objective: To design and test pro-poor, gender-sensitive strategies to upgrade the target value chains to sustainably increase production and improve animal-source food availability for low-income consumers, and guide their scaling out as major development interventions

ORIGINAL Outcome: Stakeholders are aware of and actively promoting pro-poor, gender-sensitive strategies that are improving productivity and profitability of small-scale animal husbandry and aquaculture in an environmentally sustainable manner, and increasing animal-source food consumption among poor consumers

ORIGINAL Outputs:

  • Output 1: Sectoral and economy-wide models established to evaluate pro-poor development scenarios in each target value chain
  • Output 2: Methods for identifying and responding to upgrading opportunities in animal-source food value chains developed that are pro-poor, gender-sensitive and environmentally sustainable
  • Output 3: R&D innovation alliances created to promote and sustain growth of the target pro-poor value chains
  • Output 4: Technological and institutional options devised and validated for each target value chain that are pro-poor, gender-sensitive and environmentally sustainable
  • Output 5: Integrated intervention strategies formulated and piloted in each target value chain that are pro-poor, gender-sensitive and environmentally sustainable


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Meetings

Value Chain Component Planning Meeting, Kenya, December 2012 Value Chain Development Team Meeting and Tools Workshop, 5-8 March 2012, Nairobi

Conferences

Seventh Africa Agriculture Science Week

Archive

This component earlier comprised activities on:

2.1 Policy & Sectoral Analysis