Tanzania dairy value chain stakeholders map outcomes

27 Aug

CGIAR Research Program on Livestock and Fish

Stall-fed crossbred dairy cattle, Amani, TanzaniaOn 6-7 August 2012, the ILRI-led project called ‘More Milk in Tanzania: Adapting dairy market hubs for pro-poor smallholder value chains in Tanzania’ (More Milk IT) held an outcome mapping workshop in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. The workshop brought together project collaborators, consultants and potential key stakeholders.

The aim was to create a vision for both the research and the pilot phases of the project and to discuss how to plan the project’s communications, implementation and monitoring and evaluation work.

Participants reviewed the project objectives and the lessons learned carrying out the project so far this year. Potential options for piloting during the research and development phase was a topic that generated lively and insightful discussions. A significant amount of time was spent defining options for dairy market hubs that would fulfill project objectives. Different options were recommended for extensive/pre-commercial (rural-to-rural) producers and intensive/more commercial (rural-to-urban) producers.

Three options for hub…

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