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2010

Support to Pastoral Livelihood Development (Phase II). Promoting an internationally competitive Somali meat industry

Somalie

Support to Pastoral Livelihood Development (Phase II). Promoting an internationally competitive Somali meat industry

Pays /Région : Somalie

Localisation  : North and central Somalia.

Code du projet : OSRO/SOM/004/EC

Durée : 01/08/2010 - 31/07/2013

Présentation

Objectifs : To increase income and reduce food insecurity through private sector-led growth.

Activités : •Put in place a Meat Inspection and Control Act, a Meat Hygiene Code and QAS, as well as established ten meat hygiene units in Somaliland and Puntland. •Trained 2 096 veterinarians, meat inspectors, butchers, slautherhouse workers and meat vendors on meat hygiene and handling practices, meat inspection procedures, waste management, livestock disease surveillance, and meat retail and marketing. •Carried out a behavioural change communication programme to enable a broad acceptance of the regulated meat sector across Somalia. •Supported two regional veterinary laboratories in Hargesia and Galkayo to better diagnosis and detect adverse trends in bacterial numbers. •Carried out a mission to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and United Arab Emirates to identify opportunities to export Somali meat that conforms to quality standards. •Developed domestic meat marketing and labelling strategies. •Supported three women’s groups through the provision of training and equipment to set up micro-enterprises for soap production from animal fat, mug mad production and bone craft.

Mots clés : SOMALIA, EASTERN AFRICA, HORN OF AFRICA, RESOURCE PARTNERS, EU, PASTORALISTS, LIVELIHOODS

Bénéficiaires : Meat sector stakeholders in Somalia, including 135 000 individuals who benefited from Meat Inspection and Control Act and the quality assessment system (QAS) ; 80 households from meat value addition skills development ; 1 250 households from direct capacity building activities ; and 270 000 individuals from awareness raising activities.

Partenaires : The Ministry of Livestock in Somaliland, the Ministry of Livestock and Animal Husbandry in Puntland, Vétérinaires Sans Frontières Germany, as well as the University of Nairobi, the Africa Institute for Strategic Services and Development, Puntland United Livestock Professionals Association and Somaliland Livestock Slaughter Development Association.

Financement : European Union

Contribution : USD 2 418 633 EUR 2 000 000

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