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2012

Kenya-Drought Resilience & Sustainable Livelihood Program in the Horn of Africa (PHASE I)

Corne de l’Afrique

Groupe de la Banque Africaine de Développement

Titre : Kenya-Drought Resilience & Sustainable Livelihood Program in the Horn of Africa (PHASE I)

Pays : Corne de l’Afrique (Multinational)

Référence : P-Z1-AAZ-011

Date d’approbation : 19/12/2012
Date de démarrage : 14/08/2013

Agence d’implémentation : MINISTRY OF FOOD AND AGRICULTURE VETERINARY SERVICES DIRECTORATE(MULTIN)

Description  : 1. Natural Resources Management Component 2. Improvement of livestock infrastructure and Management Component 3. Project Management and Capacity Building Component

Objectifs  : The objective of the project is to enhance drought resilience and improve sustainable livelihoods of the communities in the arid and semi-arid lands of Kenya

Bénéfices
Carcass Dry Weights (CDW) will increase from 140kg to 170 kg, representing 21.4% increase in terms of beef stock. As regards Sheep and Goats, CDW will increase by about 13.5%. - Reduction rate in mortality will be from 10% to 3% as a result of disease control. Mortality of Camel calf will decrease from current 30% to 15%. - Improvement in water supply will bring additional increases in beef production and carcass yield by 3-6%. - Additional 162,000 camels will be marketed each year as from PY6. The project will build on existing situation to increase offtake of camel products including meat and milk in both the rural and urban centres. - The bee-keeping and wax processing project will record an increase of up to 22% from PY2 from current average production of honey and wax of 10kg and 1.0 kg per honey and wax per hive per year respectively. A 20-hive unit individual beekeeper’s enterprise will yield incremental honey and wax production amounting to 300 kg and 30 kg per annum respectively

Coûts
Total  : UAC 41,799,000
1 UAC = 1,5090 USD (May 2013)

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