PAPEA mango milk

The Support Program for the Promotion of Agricultural Entrepreneurship (PAPEA) is a new program created by the Governments of Switzerland and Burkina Faso for a period of twelve years divided into three phases of four years each. In the Hauts Bassins region, AGRODEV Services et Logistiques has been selected as the co-facilitator in charge of the implementation of Lot 5 on the development of mango and milk market systems. Our action is mainly aimed at supporting the actors of these sectors in improving yields, processing and product diversification, structuring the market, strengthening production and processing capacities through structuring investments.

The project in figures

500
new jobs

are created for youth and women, including 25 in the mango SDMs and 250 in the milk SDMs

300
companies

involved in the clusters (including 150 for mango and 150 for milk) increase their income by 10%.

2400
people

are involved in the clusters, including 1200 for mango and 1200 for milk

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Context

In Burkina, milk consumption is estimated at 17 to 18 liters per person per year, which is six times less than the world average (109 liters/inhabitant). The potential annual demand for dairy products in the Hauts Bassins region is 32,272,239 liters. For the city of Bobo-Dioulasso this demand is 13,717,963 liters. It is a good supplement for all diets, particularly interesting for growing children, convalescent adults, pregnant and nursing women, and the elderly. In the Hauts Bassins, there has been a structuring dynamic for the past 10 years with the establishment of several professional organizations that work to promote milk in the region. The Hauts des Bassins Region also produces 52% of the mango in Burkina Faso and accounts for nearly 80% of mango processing units. It is home to the main irrigated orchards and packaging centers. The Region has shown a dynamic growth over the past decade with irrigated orchards, the installation of new mango processing units, the diversification of sales destinations (Canada, USA, Japan, etc.). This evolution has been marked by the development of new young and female entrepreneurs. The mango agricultural value chains in the region suffer from a lack of competitiveness. The mango marketing circuit is essentially oriented towards foreign markets (Ghana, Niger, Maghreb, Europe, etc.), which facilitates the integration of certain social categories (young people, women, small producers and processors). The present project is implemented in order to accompany the development of these different sectors.

Methodology / Approach

Our approach is systemic and will result in the search for collective solutions and the implementation of collaborative projects involving key actors (producers, processors, traders/distributors), technical and financial support actors and regulatory actors. We encourage the constitution of "business clusters" or clusters of companies oriented towards promising market systems in order to resolve constraints and seize opportunities.

Achievements / Results

Some Achievements / Results

  • Analysis of the milk and mango market systems
  • Establishment of 6 functional clusters with collective strategies developed and led by facilitators:
    • Bobo raw milk cluster
    • Bobo processed milk cluster
    • Bobo dried mango cluster
    • Fresh mango cluster of Bobo
    • Orodara Processed Milk Cluster
    • Dried mango cluster of Toussiana
  • Carrying out business dialogues between cluster members and financing institutions in order to mobilize financial resources
  • Cascading training of facilitators and cluster members in financial education
  • Participation of cluster companies in commercial events (fairs) ...

Partners

This project was proudly supported by the following partners.

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