Dr Cesar Luis Jorge Revoredo-Giha, Scotland's Rural College
Start date: 01 June 2012 | End date: 31 May 2015
Fractured supply chains have been identified as a barrier to growth for the agricultural sector, in particular in Africa. Dairy is a key investment sector in Malawi, however domestic production response is unimpressive: a large part of the population are unable to access nutritious and safe dairy products, despite donors such as USA, Japan and Belgium focusing development aid on his sector.
The project aims to boost the potential contribution of the dairy sector to aid economic growth and food security. Research will consist of assessing operations, identifying problems and proposing solutions, and integrating the different results into a model that will replicate the impact of different policy alternatives. The project is multidisciplinary and builds on the existing academic link between Scotland's Rural College and Bunda College of Agriculture in Malawi.
Working Paper: Demand for Dairy Products in Malawi
Working Paper: How Responsive to Prices is the Supply of Milk in Malawi?
Event Presentation: Malawi: building a sustainable dairy farming sector and link to posters
Poster: Demand for Dairy Products in Malawi
Blog: You won't help farmers in Africa by just throwing money at them
Seminar: Overview - SRUC Research Messages and Training for Malawi and presentation from the event.
Working Paper: Market structure and coherence of international cooperation: the case of the dairy sector in Malawi
Event Presentation: Market structure and coherence of international cooperation: the case of the dairy sector in Malawi
Journal Article: The demand for dairy products in Malawi
Research in Context: Dairying in Malawi
Journal Article: Assessing and managing intensification in smallholder dairy systems for food and nutrition security in Sub-Saharan Africa
Journal Article: Market structure and coherence of international cooperation: the case of the dairy sector in Malawi