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1 NATIONAL ROOT CROPS RESEARCH INSTITUTE, UMUDIKE 2012 Report. Annual National Agricultural Extension Review And Planning Meeting (NAERPM) 19 th – 23 rd November, /11/

2  Participation in 2012 REFILS Activities:  Diagnostic/Thematic Survey: None  States covered (List) NA  Participating Organizations (List) NA  Pre-Season In-Service Training: Nil  Total numb of participants Date  Numb of ADPs participating Hosting ADP  Other Stakeholders Value chains Covered

3 2. ON FARM ADAPTIVE TRIALS (OFAR) (Farmer-managed): S/NSTATESNUMBER OF OFAR VALUE CHAINS COVERED 1Abia3  On farm evaluation of two improved cassava in cassava/yam/maize intercrop  On-farm evaluation of the productivity and profitability of homestead fish farming with plastic tanks in a monoculture system  On-farm evaluation of the acceptability of 2 improved storage method for cocoyam

4 2Akwa Ibom1 (one) Agro-forestry (On farm evaluation of locally available feed materials for growth performance of edible land snails (Achatina achania). 3Anambra3 Fisheries. Agro-forestry, Crops 4BayelsaNil 5Cross RiverNil 6EbonyiNil 7EnuguNil 8Imo1 On farm evaluation of the performance of three improved varieties of maize in cassava /maize intercrop 9RiversNil

5 3. MANAGEMENT TRAINING PLOTS/PENTS/PONDS/DEMOSTRATIONS (MTPS): /SPAT S/NSTATESNUMBER OF MTPS VALUE CHAINS COVERED 1.Abia1 Cassava/maize/coc oyam 1 Yam/maize cassava/Telfairia 1Yam/maize/cassava 29 Cassava/maize/swe etpotato 28 Cassava/maize telfairia 30 Cassava/maize/Egu si 2.Akwa Ibom 3. Anambra 2Yam/maize

6 3. Anambra 2Yam/maize 3Cassava/maize 3 Upland rice production 1Cassava vegetable 2Sheep and goat 4. Cross River 68 Earthen fish pond farming 103Concrete fish pond 27Glass fish pong 45Snail farming 3Bee keeping 194 Nursery establishment for oil palm 41Rabbit keeping

7 312Sheep goat 144Poultry production 16Yam minisett 25Yam/m//c/Telfairia 52Sole cassava 35Cassava/maize 22 Cassava/sweetpotat o 162Late maize 30Late cassava 66Y/m/c/t 91Y/m 130Sole cassava 41Vegetable gardening

8 81C/M/E/T 53 Processing and utilization of cassava 353Group formation 27 Establishment of home gardens 2Establishment of school garden 5.Ebonyinil Enugu 14 Yam/cassava/maize /egusi orTelfairia 16Yam minisett/maize 32 Yam/Cassava/maiz e intercrop 82Sole maize 52Dry season vegetable production

9 6. 6. Enugu 10 Late cassava/ maize/cowoea 6Upland rice 15Swamp rice 26 Sheep and goat production 46Pig production 35Poultry production 22 Concrete homestead fish farming 8Bee keeping 10Plantain/banana/co coyam

10 7 Imo 10Snail farming 1 Grass cutter domestication 13Bee keeping 48 Forest vegetable (‘Ukazi’) production 8Erosion control 16 Banana/plantain intercrop 18Rabbit production 41Poultry production 47 Artificial brooding of local birds 11Pig production 63 Rearing and management of sheep and goat 40 Homestead fish farming 53Yam/cassava/maize /egusi alternate row

11 7 48 Yam/cassava/maize /egusi conventional planting 186 Cassava/maize/Egu si 42 Cassava/maize/coc oyam 34 Production of seed yam through yam minisett technique 1 Late maize/cassava/cow pea intercrop 2 Dry season/home gardening 45 Processing cassava into high quality cassava flour(HQCF) 47 Processing cassava into high quality cassava fufu 1 Processing cassava into high quality cassava starch 12Processing maize into malted maize drink

12 7 5 Processing of fruits into juice/jam 4 Use of oil palm bunch in soap making 17 Formation of girls’ club 17 MTPHIV/AIDS prevention/nutritive care 16Group formation RiversZero

13 4. MONTHLY TECHNOLOGY REVIEW MEETINGS (TO-DATE): S/NSTATESNUMBER. VALUE CHAINS COVERED 1.Abia1 Livestock: Domestication of cane rat (grass cutter) 2 Akwa Ibom 5 Land preparation and cultural and practices and in yam cassava based intercrop. Seed yam production through minisett technique Health management in pigs and small ruminants

14 2 Akwa Ibom 5 Hutch construction and maintenance in rabbit production Pond construction Pre-stocking, fattening stocking of culturable fishes Production of body cream Sit selection, land preparation and maintaining of plantain/banana. Management of bee hive colonies 3Anambra3 Cassava processing into garri,chips, flour,etc Soil conservation methods 4BayelsaNil - 5Cross River3 -

15 6EbonyiNil - 7EnuguNil - 8 Imo 7 Raising of pullets Best practices for sweetpotato production Control of leaf curl in telfairia Control of leafspot disease in telfairia Compouding of floating fish feed 9RiversNil

16 5. ZONAL STEERING COMMITTEE MEETINGS: ZONE S.E. AGRO-ECOLOGICAL ZONE QUARTER NO. PARTICIPATING STATE NO. PARTICIPATING NARIS OTHER ORGANIZATIONS FIRST QTR62Nil SECOND QTRNil-- THIRD QTRNil-- FOUND QTR.Nil--

17 6. ZONAL TECHNICAL COMMITTEE MEETINGS: ZONE. QUARTER NO. PARTICIPATING STATE NO. PARTICIPATING ADPs OTHER ORGANIZATIONS 1 ST HALFNil 2 ND HALF

18 Extension Services Programe 7. EXTENSION PUBLICATIONS TYPEOF EXT PUBS.NO VALUE CHAINS COVERED REMARKS. GUIDES20 Cassava production & processing, yam production, sweetpotato production & marketing, cocoyam production, potato production, Ginger production & marketing, Rizga production, Improved Bee Keeping. Recipes for Yam, cassava, Sweetpotato & cocoyam In circulation & being distributed. BULLETINS OTHERS (Posters)12Trainings on NRCRI Technologies, Yam production, Cassava technologies, Ginger production, Potato production, Adopted Village & School Outreach programme. Accepted & presented in International & national conferences.

19 8. FARM BROADCAST TYPE OF BROADCASTNAME OF PROGRAM BROADCAST STATIONS FREQUENCY OF BROADCAST/yr RADIO OUR FARMER (English & Pidgin English) Ginger Drink Production Snail Farming Climate Change & Agriculture Improved Cocoyam Production NDEWONU NDI ORU UBI Uzo esi akoputa ji I Uzo esi akoputa ji II Igwe eji ako akpu Igwe eji achiputa Akpu Ukporo ohuru esi enyocha aja ubi Ukporo ohuru esi akpa-okuko Ji-bekee n’uru o bara Etu esi emeputa ntu- achicha ji-bekee na starch bekee Etu esi akwado okuko maka iyi akwa Etu esi eji ntu ji- bekee na starch ji bekee wee meputa achicha Etu esi emeputa strips na doughnut ji bekee Uru o bara iku mkpuru akumaku dika ugu n’ime iyabasi Etu esi eji ume ji nke ana-akpo yam vine n’asusu bekee wee koputa mkpuru ji FARMING WORLD Importance of planting green leafy vegetables How to make high quality cassava flour Preservation of crops VISION AFRICA FM, UMUAHIA PACESETTER FM, UMUAHIA Each 3 times

20 OTHERS…

21 9. ADOPTED VILLAGES & AROC

22 10. SECONDARY SCHOOLS OUTREACH PROG SEC. SCHOOLSVALUE CHAINS TECHONOLGIES PROMOTED REMARKS Ibeku High School, Umuahia North LGA. Cassava, Yam, Sweetpotato & Cocoyam cassava/Maize/Melom, Yam minisett maize intercrop, Improved Sweetpotato, Improved Cocoyam production. AROC in focus Santa Cruz Sec Schl. Olokoro, Umuahia South LGA Cassava, Yam, Sweetpotato & Cocoyam cassava/Maize/Melom, Yam minisett maize intercrop, Improved Sweetpotato, Improved Cocoyam production. AROC in focus Weslyey Seminary, Ndoro, Ikwuano LGA Cassava, Yam, Sweetpotato & Cocoyam cassava/Maize/Melom, Yam minisett maize intercrop, Improved Sweetpotato, Improved Cocoyam production. AROC in focus Training of Rural Women And YouthsOn value Addition To Roots and Tuber Crops in the South East Agro – Ecological Zone

23 CHALLENGES  Inadequate funding to accomplish targets.  High cost of broadcast in the mass media  Conflicts/Problem of group cohesion in some of the villages  Sometimes elite capture in the development process WAY FORWARD  Prompt release of fund to meet targets.  Special fund allocation to meet media houses charges.  Extending to other adoptable technologies outside Institute’s mandate.  Transfer of ownership Vs exit strategy.   Project component to include Advocacy, mobilization and capacity building  Supplemental Empowering the communities through loans/grants  Honouring commitments agreed upon by Govt Agency,

24 2013 WORKPLAN: REFILS, SOUTH EAST AGRO- ECOLOGICAL ZONE

25 2013 WORKPLAN: EXTENSION SERVICES PROGRAMME EXTENSION PUBLICATIONS TYPEOF EXT PUBS.NO VALUE CHAINS COVERED Budget (N) GUIDES 18 8 Cassava marketing, yam mini & micro tuber production, sweetpotato marketing system, cocoyam processing & marketing, True potato seed production & marketing, Ginger production by tissue culture, Rizga marketing system, Recipes for value addition to Yam, cassava, Sweetpotato & cocoyam. Igbo Versions 3 million. 2 million BULLETINS3 NRCRI News Bulletin- various issues, volumes. Research News-a bulletin - various issues, volumes. Extension News Update 3 million OTHERS (Posters)12Trainings on NRCRI Technologies, Yam marketing, Cassava production technologies, Ginger marketing, Potato storage system Adopted Village & School Outreach programme. 500,000

26 RADIO & TV PROGRAMMES FARM BROADCAST Type of broadcastName of programBroadcast stations Frequency of broadcast/yr Budget (n) RADIO & TVOUR FARMER (English & Pidgin English) Cassava Salad making Value addition to root & tubers Seed yam production Rapid Multiplication of cassava stems through two-node cuttings Seed Yam production through minisett technology Improved agronomic packages for cassava production. Improved agronomic packages for yam production. Processing of cassava into  High quality cassava flour (HQCF)  Cassava odourless fufu flour  Cassava chips  Cassava pellets Processing yam into yam flour. Production of valued-added products from cassava and yam. Marketing channels for R&T farm produce and industrial products Control of Cassava & Yam Diseases _______________ _______________ _________ NDEWONU NDI ORU UBI Uzo esi akoputa mkpuru-ji I Igwe eji ako akpu Igwe eji achiputa Ji Ukporo ohuru esi emezi aja ubi Ukporo ohuru esi akpa-nchi Ji-bekee nato ka ji Etu esi emeputa ntu-achicha ede Etu esi akwado okuko maka iyi akwa Etu esi eji ntu ji- na akpu wee meputa achicha Etu esi emeputa strips na doughnut ji bekee Etu esi eji ume ji mkpuruji wee koputa nnuku ji______________ _______________ _________ FARMING WORLD Tackling Cocoyam root rot blight complex (CRRBC). Training high quality cassava flour Preservation of root & tuber crops VISION AFRICA FM, UMUAHIA. PACESETTER FM, UMUAHIA. NTA Umuahia. BCA, Abia State ___________ VISION AFRICA FM, UMUAHIA. PACESETTER FM, UMUAHIA. NTA Umuahia. BCA, Abia State ___________ BCA, Abia Each 3 times _____ Each 3 times _________ Each 2 times 30 million. _____ 10 million _________ 800,000

27 OTHER MEDIA ACTIVITIES S/NACTIVITIESMEDIAFREQUENCY/YRBUDGET 1. Feature Articles Institute Newsletter. National Digest. Ambassador Newspaper. Nation Newspaper. Daily Champion. 121 million 2 Instructional TV Programmes NTA 21, Umuahia302.5 million 3.Newspaper Clips Guardian, the Nation, Daily Independence, Leadership, Vanguard, Daily Trust, Daily Champion, Rising Sun, Business Daily, Daily Sun million 4.Coverage & Publicity of trainings on value addition BCA, NTA, Pacesetter FM Umuahia 610 million

28  DEMONSTRATION FARMS20 Demos, 4 each in the 5 S/E States N2.5 million  TRAINING OF RURAL WOMEN & YOUTHS ON VALUE ADDITION TO ROOT & TUBER CROPS AND NRCRI TECHNOLOGIES,  Item Amount (N)  Ingredients for Value addition 300,000  Baking materials – stoves, pans,etc. 800,000  Production of Certificates 300,000  Vehicle Fuelling & Transportation for staff 400,000  Training/lecture materials 600,000  Sub-total = 2,400,000  DTA for Training Resource Persons per team  Trainers No. of Days Duty Tour Allow/Day  Team / Value Addition Leader316,000 48,000  Value Addition Mixer3 12,000 36,000  Value addition Assistant32  Humar Bus drivers312,000 72,000

29  Hilux Driver for Coordinator312,000 36,000  NRCRI Media Reporter316,000 48,000  NRCRI Camera/videoman312,000 36,000  Sub-total = 192,000  Training Monitoring & Evaluation300,000 12,000 36,000  2 nd Value addition Assistant312,000 36,000  R&T technologies resource person316,000 48,000  Training Coordinator/Supervisor316,000 48,000  Sub-total = 252,000 For the 3 Concurrent Teams = 756,000  DTA for Drivers and Cameraman  Communication cost 130,000  Vehicles repairs & servicing 250,000  Production of training Manuals 672,000  Office supplies and services, Audivisual equipment & accessories 300,000  Sub-total = 2,052,000  TOTAL (Five Million Naira per training) 5,000,000  FOR 5 TRAININGS IN A YEAR FOR 2013 = N25 MILLION

30 ADOPTED VILLAGES, 2013 VILLAGESVALUE CHAIN TECHONOLGIES PROMOTED BUDGET (N) Ubaha Oriendu, Umuahia North LGA, Abia State Cassava, Yam, Sweetpotato & Cocoyam, Poultry & Fisheries cassava/Maize/Melom, Yam minisett maize intercrop, Improved Sweetpotato, Improved Cocoyam production. Poultry & Fisheries 20 million To be assisted by WAAPP Umumbo, Ayamelu LGA, Anambra State. Cassava, Yam, Sweetpotato & Cocoyam Poultry & Fisheries cassava/Maize/Melom, Yam minisett maize intercrop, Improved Sweetpotato, Improved Cocoyam production. Poultry & Fisheries 20 million To be assisted by WAAPP Akoli Imenyi, Bende LGA, Abia state Cassava, Poultry & Fisheries Improved Cassava adoption, Poultry & Fisheries 20 million To be assisted by WAAPP Alor, Idemini LGA, Ananmbra State Cassava, Yam, Sweetpotato & Cocoyam, Poultry & Fisheries cassava/Maize/Melom, Yam minisett maize intercrop, Improved Sweetpotato, Improved Cocoyam production. Poultry & Fisheries 20 million To be assisted by WAAPP Agbobu, Okigwe LGA, Imo State Cassava, Yam, Sweetpotato & Cocoyam, Poultry & Fisheries cassava/Maize/Melom, Yam minisett maize intercrop, Improved Sweetpotato, Improved Cocoyam production. Poultry & Fisheries 20 million To be assisted by WAAPP

31 SECONDARY SCHOOLS OUTREACH PROGRAMME, 2013 SEC. SCHOOLSVALUE CHAINS TECHONOLGIES PROMOTED BUDGET (N) Ibeku High School, Umuahia North LGA, Abia State. Cassava, Yam, Sweetpotato, Cocoyam, Poultry & Fisheries cassava/Maize/Melom, Yam minisett maize intercrop, Improved Sweetpotato, Improved Cocoyam production, Poultry & Fisheries. 15 million To be assisted by WAAPP Santa Cruz Sec Schl. Olokoro, Umuahia South LGA, Abia State. Cassava, Yam, Sweetpotato, Cocoyam, Poultry & Fisheries cassava/Maize/Melom, Yam minisett maize intercrop, Improved Sweetpotato, Improved Cocoyam production, Poultry & Fisheries. 15 million To be assisted by WAAPP Weslyey Seminary, Ndoro, Ikwuano LGA, Abia State. Cassava, Yam, Sweetpotato, Cocoyam, Poultry & Fisheries. cassava/Maize/Melom, Yam minisett maize intercrop, Improved Sweetpotato, Improved Cocoyam production, Poultry & Fisheries. 15 million To be assisted by WAAPP Osina Technical College, Ideato Noth LGA, Imo State Cassava, Yam, Sweetpotato, Cocoyam, Poultry & Fisheries. cassava/Maize/Melom, Yam minisett maize intercrop, Improved Sweetpotato, Improved Cocoyam production, Poultry & Fisheries. 15 million To be assisted by WAAPP Nneato Sec Tech Schl, Umunneochi LGA, Abia State Cassava, Yam, Sweetpotato, Cocoyam, Poultry & Fisheries. cassava/Maize/Melom, Yam minisett maize intercrop, Improved Sweetpotato, Improved Cocoyam production, Poultry & Fisheries. 15 million To be assisted by WAAPP

32  FIELD DAYS AND EXHIBITION:  To be held in the 6 Sub-Stations each N1 million = N6 million  ADOPTION & IMPACT ASSESSMENT:  Five different adoption studies to be held in 3013: = N2.5 million.  Evaluation of extent of adoption of whitefly resistant sweet potato varieties disseminated and spread in the DFID whitefly sweet potato pilot states.  Evaluation of Youths and Farmers Participation In Demonstration of Technologies across Locations In South Eastern Nigeria.  Assessment Of The Constraints Militating Against Effective Transfer And Adoption Of Root And Tuber Crops Technologies In South Eastern Nigeria.  Impact of the training on value addition to root/tuber crops conducted by NRCRI from in the Communities trained.  Impact of Information and communication technologies (ICTs) on the dissemination of root and tuber technologies.

33  NAQAS/FARMERS’ HELPLINE ICT SUPPORT FOR EXTENSION DELIVERY= N2 Million  EXTENSION SUPPORT SERVICES FOR PRINT & ELECTRONIC MEDIA & PUBLICATION  N3 Million.  GRAND TOTAL BUDGET FOR EXTENSION SERVICES PROG.= N275.8 Million  Summary:  REFILS = N Million  Extension services = N Million  GRAND TOTAL = N Million


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