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Nigeria
MARKETS &
Bridge to MARKETS II
Elizabeth Ellis
Director, USAID/Nigeria MARKETS II
eellis@chemonics.com
Today’s discussion
• Livelihood and Nutrition pilot
• Improved rural incomes and livelihoods (core)
Livelihood and Nutrition Pilot
Reaching Communities in Northern Nigeria
• Work through village elders
• Community assessment
• Target the most vulnerable
• Segregated training where needed
Livelihood and Nutrition Components
• Enterprise Skills
• Household Asset Management
• Nutrition Best Practices
• Homestead Gardening
Savings for Health Video
http://vimeo.com/32976940
Improved
Improved&
Nutrition:
Nutrition:
Knowledge
Practice:
Improved nutrition related behaviors; Improved utilization of
Knowledge
Knowledge
and
and
Practice
Practice
maternal
and child health
& nutrition
services
Shift in the number one factor when deciding which foods to
prepare for the household
Exclusive Breastfeeding
•Before 20% of mothers
exclusively breastfed through six
months before the training.
What I • Before 69 %
can
afford • After 51.3%
What
my
family
likes
•After 75% reported that they
would exclusively breastfeed for
6 months after the training.
What is
nutritious
us for my
family
Percentage of participants responding yes;
eating nutritious meals has a positive effect
on:
99%
97%
95%
Percentage of participants responding
yes to factors that indicate their child
is growing properly:
96%
62%
60%
46%
27%
Income &
Productivity
35%
Mental
Development
34%
Physical
Development
Weight gain
Note: n = 1000 for baseline and 353 for impact assessment
Growing taller
• Before 4.9%
• After 38.8%
Percentage of participants
responding yes to when they wash
hands with soap:
98%
92%
• Before
12%
• After 9.3%
Active and Playful
Increased Income of Vulnerable
Increased
Income and Resilience
Communities:
Increased
resilience of vulnerable
communities &
of Vulnerable
Communities
households
Increased Income After the Training:
Higher
Price
12%
More
Goods
38%
Same
Income
2%
More
Goods &
Higher
Price
48%
USD $50 annual per capita
investment in healthcare
in Nigeria
60% of participants reported
saving for the first time at an
average of $3.75 per week,
estimated $194 per year
Estimated Yearly Total Savings
of New Savers: USD $470,000
“The money will not vanish because I now know
how to save and allocate my money properly”
-Livelihood and Household Nutrition Pilot Activity participant, Kano State
Results/Impacts
MARKETS Private Sector, Facilitative Approach
• Increased access to seeds, fertilizer, and credit
• Increased access to extension services
• Increased yields per ha for male and female farmers
• Increased gross revenue for all farmers
• Increased net income for all farmers
• Premium prices received by farmers for quality
• Increased local capacity
Challenge: Low Female Farmer & Extension Agent
Participation Rates in Northern Nigeria
• Low participation rates for female farmers
• Low numbers of female extension agents
• Extension efforts for female farmers not the same as
for male farmers
Gender Strategy
• Performance-based subcontracts
• Requirements in MoUs with state governments
• Training on inclusive programming for women and youth
• Break down performance stereotypes with evidence
• Promote women’s leadership and empowerment
Results/Impacts
SESAME
• Female farmers rose from 6% (339)
in 2009 to 34.3% (2,659) in 2012.
• Female extension agents rose from
0% in 2009 to 10.5% (2) in 2012.
Results/Impacts - SESAME
Baseline
Yield
.4 t/ha
% Yield
Increase
Gross
Revenue
per ha
Net
Income
per ha
Average
Farm
Size
SESAME
Male
2011
235%
(1.34 t)
$1417
$1157
1.33
SESAME
Female
2011
250%
(1.4 t)
$1464
$1200
1.15
Results/Impacts
SORGHUM
• Participation of female farmers
rose from 0% in 2009 to 33.1%
(5,006) in 2012.
• Female extension agents rose
from 0% in 2009 to 33.3% (10) in
2012
Results/Impacts - SORGHUM
Baseline
Yield
1.0 t/ha
% Yield
Increase
Gross
Revenue
per ha
Net
Income
per ha
Average
Farm
Size
SORGHUM
Male
2010
118%
(2.18 t)
$597
$316
1.04
SORGHUM
Female
2010
117%
(2.17 t)
$591
$305
0.79
Results/Impacts
RICE – NORTHERN NIGERIA
• Female farmers rose from
0.4% (6) in 2010 to 40.2%
(4,026) in 2012.
• Female extension agents rose
from 0% in 2009 to 18.2% (4)
in 2012
Results/Impacts - RICE
Baseline
Yield
1.5 t/ha
% Yield
Increase
Gross
Revenue
per ha
Net
Income
per ha
Average
Farm
Size
RICE
Male
2010
266%
(5.55 t)
$2257
$1621
2.13
RICE
Female
2010
275%
(5.63 t)
$3097
$2150
2.25
Results/Impacts
MAIZE
• Participation of female farmers
rose from 20.1% (602) in 2010 to
41.0% (4,920) in 2012.
• Female extension agents rose
from 0% in 2009 to 50% (12) in
2012
Results/Impacts - MAIZE
Baseline
Yield
1.2 t/ha
% Yield
Increase
Gross
Revenue
per ha
Net
Income
per ha
Average
Farm
Size
MAIZE
Male
2010
266%
(4.85 t)
$1406
$816
1.38
MAIZE
Female
2010
275%
(4.86 t)
$1448
$845
1.12
To learn more about MARKETS
• www.nigeriamarkets.org
Video - Savings for Health (Full version)
• http://vimeo.com/32976940
Video – MARKETS Overview
• http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qSlsSU4PayI&feature=plcp
Video – A Bigger Haul (Aquaculture value chain)
• http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vu-j3aoAGco&feature=context-
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