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Results to date
Consistent supply of high quality and affordable poultry feed
- At least two specialized poultry businesses supplying whole feed to poultry farms in Sierra Leone
- All poultry farms in the country mapped and linked with quality feed suppliers
- Every poultry farm has reliable, consistent access to affordable high quality poultry feed
Availability of high quality DOC
- All poultry farms in the country mapped and linked with quality and appropriate DOC supplier
- All poultry farms have access to high quality breed of DOC
- Every poultry farm has reliable, consistent access to affordable high quality DOC
Improved productivity and yield for poultry products.
- Poultry farms increase their egg-per-bird yield by at least 10%
- Poultry farms increase their flock of birds by an average 40%
- New poultry farms emerge – 5 new poultry farms
- The poultry sector in terms of local egg supply count increase by 50%
Adequate supply of raw-material inputs for poultry feed
- 50,000 local smallholder maize farmers have reliable access to ag-inputs and services, VAS – Sheller
- 10,000 local maize smallholder farmers increase their yield and income by 10%
|Business Modelling||•Develop a robust research-based business case for the Sierra Leone poultry sector – market size, potential, opportunities
•Share risk and cost initial investment, and product and services pilot by new market entrants
•Cost-share testing of viable feed and DOC towards ascertaining viability and establishing market credibility and brand loyalty.
|Capacity Building||•Provide technical support to strategically placed local poultry farms in business, financial and supply chain management development towards building appropriate and investment-ready business models
•Facilitate sharing of learning from model businesses, crowding-in, behavioral and incentive changes
•Facilitate capacity building of support function services providers – veterinary, ag-inputs, feed suppliers, BDS service providers.
|•Attract and facilitate investment from established and specialized businesses in the sub region, especially nearby Guinea, in the provision of poultry support functions and services – feed, DOC and veterinary products and services.
•Facilitate investment in poultry products – eggs and broilers, support function services and input provision in partnership with local businesses and investment funds and incubators
|Marketing and Linkage Building||•Link poultry farms with effective support service providers – feed, DOC, veterinary services
•Link feed suppliers and poultry farms (making own feed) with maize farmers and traders
•Link maize traders with ag-input services providers and maize traders who also provide value added services like inputs advisory services, maize shelling, credit, etc.
•Introduce adaptable supply chain management and linkage strategies and tactics – buyer led workshops, forward contracts, performance incentives, group-selling, group-buying, etc.
•Facilitate development of marketing content, promotion and distribution strategies with players across the sector value chain.