MilkIT Project - Innovation Platforms monitoring and evaluation studies 2013-2014

Data and Resources

  • Data for India and Tanzania

    Data on the impact of innovation platforms’ structure on the conduct of its members and on achieving their objectives.

    This document includes data, dictionary and acknowledgments.

    Available formats

    XLS 43

  • FGD Questionnaire

    Focus group discussion guide for MilkIT Innovation Platforms

    Available formats

    DOCX 22

  • Questionnaire for IP members

    Questionnaire to understand how IP members involvement in the innovation platform has changed their practices. It includes questions about IP members activities and their relationships with value chain suppliers and customers.

    Available formats

    DOCX 11

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Dataset metadata

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Created Tuesday 15th of July, 2014
Last updated Tuesday 17th of April, 2018
Dataset type Non-spatial
Abstract Data gathering and analysis of the impact of innovation platforms’ structure on the conduct of its members and on achieving their objectives
Principal investigator Jo Cadilhon
Partners TALIRI, CIAT, CHIRAG, INHERE
Other researchers involved Nils Teufel, Thanammal Ravichandran, Shanker Subedi, Pham Ngoc Diep
Contact person Jo Cadilhon
Contact email J.Cadilhon@cgiar.org
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Data collected from 01/11/2013
Availability date 31/07/2014
License Creative Commons Attribution Share-Alike
Release of confidential data? No
Consent obtained? No
Citation Cadilhon J., Teufel N., Ravichandran T., Maass B., Subedi S., Ngoc Diep P. 2014. MilkIT Project Innovation Platforms monitoring and evaluation studies 2013-2014. International Livestock Research Institute. Nairobi, Kenya
Acknowledgements This data was collected thanks to funding by the Humidtropics CGIAR Research Program (http://humidtropics.cgiar.org/) and hosting by the MilkIT project on enhancing dairy-based livelihoods in India and Tanzania through feed innovation and value chain development approaches with technical support from the International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD).

Project metadata

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Project title MilkIT
Project abstract The overall goal of the project is to contribute to improved dairy-derived livelihoods in India and Tanzania via intensification of smallholder production focusing on enhancement of feeds and feeding using innovation and value chain approaches. The objectives of the project are three-fold: 1. Institutional strengthening: To strengthen use of value chain and innovation approaches among dairy stakeholders to improve feeding strategies for dairy cows. 2. Productivity enhancement: To develop options for improved feeding strategies leading to yield enhancement with potential income benefits. 3. Knowledge sharing: To strengthen knowledge sharing mechanisms on feed development strategies at local, regional and international levels.
Project website http://milkit.wikispaces.com/
Grant code IFA022
Donor IFAD
Partners CIAT, INHERE, CHIRAG, Sokoine Agricultural University, Tanzania Livestock Research Institute
Start date 01/11/2013
End date 31/01/2014
Principal investigator Alan Duncan
Other staff involved Jo Cadilhon, Nils Teufel, Ben Lukuyu, Michael Blummel, Thanammal Ravichandran
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ILRI_actydataowner Jo Cadilhon
ILRI_actysharingagreement Required for sensitive data like GPS coordinates
ILRI_actyusageconditions For non commercial use only