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Animal Source Food Market Systems - Shared screen with speaker view
Livestock Lab
04:00
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Livestock Lab
05:51
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Anthony Nocom
13:56
hello Every1
Saskia Hendrickx
17:02
Good morning all, thanks for joining. let us know where you are joining us from.
Livestock Lab: Jim Harper
17:27
Speaker bios and more are here: https://livestocklab.ifas.ufl.edu/events/asfwebinars/
Vincent Guyonnet
17:31
Vincent joining from Canada
Livestock Lab: Jim Harper
17:51
https://www.agrilinks.org/sites/default/files/media/file/EEFS_Factors%20for%20ASF%20Success_FINAL_1.pdf
Livestock Lab: Jim Harper
18:05
THE ENABLING ENVIRONMENT FOR ANIMAL SOURCE FOOD MARKET SYSTEM SUCCESS: ASSESSING FACTORS THAT SUPPORT COMPETITIVE, INCLUSIVE, RESILIENT, NUTRITION-SENSITIVE SYSTEMS
Saskia Hendrickx
18:34
Hello Vincent! long time! thanks for joining.
Livestock Lab: Jim Harper
20:48
Please share your questions and comments here in the Chat
Livestock Lab: Jim Harper
30:49
This presentation will be made available at https://livestocklab.ifas.ufl.edu/events/asfwebinars/
Harouna ABARCHI
34:12
Bonjour
Harouna ABARCHI
35:21
Comment allez vous. I'm Harouna ABARCHI from Niger. It's no French?
KM
36:18
Bonjour à tous.
Saskia Hendrickx
36:18
Hello @Harouna Abarchi - the event is only in English.
Livestock Lab: Jim Harper
37:52
Resources are also on this event webpage (scroll to table) https://livestocklab.ifas.ufl.edu/events/asfwebinars/
Andrew Bisson
40:45
PPPs to strengthen animal health service delivery - check out this brochure - more info on OIE website: https://www.oie.int/fileadmin/Home/eng/Media_Center/docs/pdf/PPP/OIE_PublicPrivatePartnerships.pdf
Andrew Bisson
42:35
CAHWs should compliment but avoid competing with Veterinarians - enhancing animal health service delivery business models, particularly in low resource settings
Livestock Lab: Jim Harper
43:33
Post your questions here. They will be answered after 2 more speakers give their short presentations.
Livestock Lab: Jim Harper
46:46
Project information: https://livestocklab.ifas.ufl.edu/projects/dr-vincent-bado/
Schafer Castella
56:23
How does the revolving fund work?
Andrew Bisson
58:16
Is it possible to use models considering feed/by-product availability geographies to provide practical guidance to entrepraneurs/investors on where animal feed businesses are likely to succeed (and the sensitivity to fluctuations in key parameters)? (and share such analysis with financial institutions as a form of de-risking/ encouraging loans)
Andrea Bohn
58:30
Vincent, have you been tracking the additional sales that are taking place between Torodi and Maradi? Is there a timeline of data on volume and value?
Schafer Castella
01:00:48
Great question Andrew
Livestock Lab: Jim Harper
01:01:18
Project: https://livestocklab.ifas.ufl.edu/projects/dr-conner-mullally/
Andrew Bisson
01:01:19
Greater capacity in the animal feed value chain can also build resiliency in the livestock sector - leveraging non-rainfed forages when there is a poor year and encouraging a commercial off-take from rangelands vs crisis sales.
Andrew Bisson
01:01:39
sorry feed, not forages
Livestock Lab: Jim Harper
01:09:33
To connect after this webinar, email livestock-lab@ufl.edu
Schafer Castella
01:10:57
Were there differences in outcomes between the two groups besides finishing the training? Like were scores in one group higher than the other on the final exam?
Andrew Bisson
01:12:01
Q for Connor - do you have a sense of the relative costs of the blended remote/in person training vs in-person only? This could be an additional selling point?
Anselme Shyaka
01:12:17
Great presentations. May I ask what the control group served for in the CAHW study (in Nepal). Many thanks
Sujan Rana, Nepal
01:14:18
CAHW Study in Nepal: How were the participants for traditional and distance learning selected? I think the training completion percent for the traditional training is unbelievably low. Which were the training institutions selected for the purpose?
Madeleine EEFS
01:16:21
To contact EEFS following today's webinar, please email the project at eefs@fintrac.com.Also, visit the EEFS activity page on Agrilinks at https://www.agrilinks.org/activities/feed-future-enabling-environment-food-security-project for enabling environment resources.
Andrew Bisson
01:18:36
the trade-off my be moderated by the fact that the best people to be CAHWs are able to take the training. Scores on a test are only one way to judge success - ask any farmer!
Joseph Mutware Seba
01:18:43
For the case presented about linking feed traders/manufacturers and farmers, where there some policies/strategies and regulations that have been put in place to support the business to work effectively? if yes, what were they?
Livestock Lab: Jim Harper
01:19:09
All today’s participants: You are also registered for Parts 2 and 3 of this series on Thursdays: November 12, 2020: Marketing Factors; November 19, 2020: Financial Services Factors. See you in 1 week!
Nofirstname Ladd
01:21:19
this has been great. I have another call so have to leave. Enjoy the rest of the time.
Tyrell Kahan
01:21:38
Great presentation!!!
Andrew Bisson
01:21:42
Great job to all presenters! Looking forward to the next webinar
Livestock Lab: Jim Harper
01:21:48
Today's PowerPoint will be posted today at https://livestocklab.ifas.ufl.edu/events/asfwebinars/, and a video will be available before next Thursday's webinar.
Keely Smith
01:21:55
Thank you!
Cate Flanley
01:21:57
Great webinar! Looking forward to next week!
Isabelle Baltenweck
01:22:15
thanks for the presentations !
Tom Gill
01:22:32
Thanks everyone. Enjoyed listening!
Joseph Mutware Seba
01:22:36
thx
William Thorpe
01:22:48
looking forward to the next sessions
Carlos Sere
01:22:57
many thanks,!
Anais Edwards
01:23:00
Thank you so much, excellent presentation.