AFRICAN CHICKEN GENETIC GAINS (ACGG) - Nigeria Baseline - Public

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Created Thursday 27th of October, 2016
Last updated Tuesday 17th of April, 2018
Dataset type Non-spatial
Abstract The main objectives of the baseline activities are to establish baseline values for key program indicators and to characterize chicken production systems, management practices, current breed diversity and preferences along with current chicken on-farm performance. In addition, the results of this baseline activity will be critical in informing the on-farm monitoring design. The baseline was carried out at all project sites in each of the 3 countries. This dataset contains the baseline data for Nigeria.
How this dataset could be used by others Using the results to characterise chicken production in the 3 countries; carry out detailed analysis on chicken production systems, management practices, breed diversity and preferences in the 3 countries.
Principal investigator Dessie T.
Principal investigator email t.dessie@cgiar.org
Partners International Livestock Research Institute (ILRI), Ethiopian Institute of Agricultural Research (EIAR), Tanzania Livestock Research Institute (TALIRI), Obafemi Awolowo University (OAU), Animal Breeding and Genomics Centre, Wageningen University, the Netherlands, PICO-Eastern Africa
Other researchers involved Assefa G., Esatu W., Abegaz S., Hamisi E., Mbaga S., Shayo D., Sonaiya F., Bamidele O., Adebambo O., Adeyinka I., Komen H., Jaramillo M., Rege E., Ouma R., Mujiibi D., Hanotte O., Bruno J., Alemayehu T., Getachew F., Kassaye H., Njamba H., Poole J.
Contact person Ms Jasmine Bruno
Contact email j.bruno@cgiar.org
Custodian Tadelle Dessie
Custodian email t.dessie@cgiar.org
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Data collected from 15/10/2015
Availability date 31/01/2017
License Creative Commons Attribution
Release of confidential data? No
Consent obtained? No
Citation Dessie T., Assefa G., Esatu W., Abegaz S., Hamisi E., Mbaga S., Shayo D., Sonaiya F., Bamidele O., Adebambo O., Adeyinka I., Komen H., Jaramillo M., Rege E., Ouma R., Mujiibi D., Hanotte O., Bruno J., Alemayehu T., Getachew F., Kassaye H., Njamba H., Poole J. (2017). AFRICAN CHICKEN GENETIC GAINS (ACGG) - Nigeria Baseline. OAU. Available at http://data.ilir.org/portal/dataset/acgg-nighh, retrieved on (add date here)
Acknowledgements Tekleyohannes Berhanu, Felekech Lemecha, Shumuye Belay, Getnet Zeleke, Roman Alemayehu
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Project title AFRICAN CHICKEN GENETIC GAINS (ACGG)
Project abstract A program for accessing, testing, adapting, and catalyzing public-private partnerships for multiplying and making available well-adapted low-input chickens for productivity growth in sub-Saharan Africa
Project website http://africacgg.net
Grant code BMG012
Donor BMGF
Partners International Livestock Research Institute (ILRI), Ethiopian Institute of Agricultural Research (EIAR), Tanzania Livestock Research Institute (TALIRI), Obafemi Awolowo University (OAU), Animal Breeding and Genomics Centre, Wageningen University, PICO-Eastern Africa
Start date 15/11/2014
End date 31/10/2019
Principal investigator Dr Tadelle Dessie
Other staff involved Assefa G., Esatu W., Abegaz S., Hamisi E., Mbaga S., Shayo D., Sonaiya F., Bamidele O., Adebambo O., Adeyinka I., Komen H., Jaramillo M., Rege E., Ouma R., Mujiibi D., Hanotte O., Bruno J., Alemayehu T., Getachew F., Kassaye H., Njamba H., Poole J.
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