The effect of ginger, garlic and their mixture powder on consumer acceptibility, organoleptic properties, microbial qualities and physcio chemical properties of Ayib-Ethiopian cottages cheese was studied.
This report presents the findings from a gender assessment of dairy value chains in Ethiopia, which is part of a series of similar studies carried out as well in Kenya and Rwanda.
It aims to formulate country-specific recommendations for Ethiopia, and to contribute to developing general guidelines on how to implement gender sensitive initiatives in the dairy value chain.
The assessment considered:
- women and men’s roles and responsibilities, their different benefits, opportunities,
needs, constraints and challenges along the value chains;
- economic opportunities arising along the value chains, as well as women and men’s capacity to access them;
- factors contributing to reduce gender inequalities in the value chains.
This baseline report of the Dairy Business Information Service and Support (DairyBISS) project presents the findings of a baseline survey among 103 commercial farms and 31 firms and advisors working in the dairy value chain. The objectives of the survey were to establish where possible a baseline for impact, outcome and output indicators in order to be able to measure progress over time: during the project and at the end of the project. These objectives of the baseline study also include informing the project on whether it is based on accurate assumptions about how change happens and to further shape the activities within the different strategies of the project.
The document tries to describe on the end market analysis of meat/live animals, Leather and leather products and Dairy Products of Ethiopia. The document review the opportunities and challenges to produce and deliver quality livestock products at desired amount for local and export market.
The document tries to examine and understand three livestock value chains: meat and live animals; hides, skins and leather; and dairy products. While each of the analyses describes the value chain’s under performance and the causes for this, each analysis also identifies opportunities and courses of action to address constraints and performance issues.
Here you can find the main discussion points and conclusions of the first meeting of the dairy business platform on October 6, 2015 held in Addis Abeba in Ethiopia. Among other things the objectives of the DairyBISS project, the preliminary findings of the baseline study and business opportunities report were discussed.
Expanding Livestock Markets for the Small-holder Producers
This document describes the Livestock Market Development (LMD) Project’s strategy to support the improvement of Ethiopia’s livestock industry. It includes strategies for the three LMD value chains: Meat and Live Animals (MLA); Hides, Skins and Leather (HSL); and Dairy Products
Here you can find the outputs of the project Improving Productivity and Market Success of Ethiopian farmers (IPMS) implemented by the International Livestock Research Institute (ILRI):
- Case Studies
- Multimedia – video, audio, posters
- Papers and Chapters
- News items
- Working papers
- Training Materials