AFRICAN CHICKEN GENETIC GAINS (ACGG) - On Farm Tanzania

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Dataset type Non-spatial
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
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, farmer preferences in the 3 countries, analysis likability data, and determine the productivity and production of select strains under semi-scavenging conditions.
Principal investigator Dr Tadelle Dessie
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 Dr. Getnet Assefa, Dr. Wondmeneh Esatu, Dr. Solomon Abegaz (EIAR); Dr. Ezekiel Hamisi Goromela (TALIRI); Dr. Said Mbaga, Mrs. Margaret Kingamkono; Prof. Funso Sonaiya, Dr. Oladeji Bamidele (OAU); Dr. Olufunmilayo Adebambo (FUNAAB); Dr. Isaac Adeyinka (NAPRI); Dr. Hans Komen, Ms Maria Jaramillo (Wageningen); Dr. Ed Rege, Mr Robert Ouma, Dr Denis Mujiibi (PICO-EA); Dr Olivier Hanotte, Ms Jasmine Bruno, Mr Tesfahun Alemayehu, Mr Fasil Getachew, Mr Hezekias Kassaye, Mr Harrison Njamba, Ms Jane Poole (ILRI)
Contact person Ms Jasmine Bruno
Contact email j.bruno@cgiar.org
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Release of confidential data? No
Consent obtained? No

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Project title AFRICAN CHICKEN GENETIC GAINS (ACGG) - On Farm Tanzania
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; https://acgg.wikispaces.com/
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, the Netherlands; PICO-Eastern Africa
Start date 01/11/2014
End date 31/10/2019
Principal investigator Dr Tadelle Dessie
Other staff involved Dr. Getnet Assefa, Dr. Wondmeneh Esatu, Dr. Solomon Abegaz (EIAR); Dr. Ezekiel Hamisi Goromela (TALIRI); Dr. Said Mbaga, Mr. Deogratias Shayo (SUA); Prof. Funso Sonaiya, Dr. Oladeji Bamidele (OAU); Dr. Olufunmilayo Adebambo (FUNAAB); Dr. Isaac Adeyinka (NAPRI); Ms Jasmine Bruno, Mr Tesfahun Alemayehu, Mr Fasil Getachew, Mr Hezekias Kassaye, Mr Harrison Njamba, Ms Jane Poole (ILRI)
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