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See detailModernization of animal products consumption in Hanoi, Northern Vietnam
Vu Dinh, Ton; Phan Dang, Thang; Do Duc, Luc et al

Conference (2011)

Global food crisis has played its negative effects on sustainable development. A question has been raised: how could the families in both rural and urban areas struggle against this present global food ... [more ▼]

Global food crisis has played its negative effects on sustainable development. A question has been raised: how could the families in both rural and urban areas struggle against this present global food crisis? This research aims at documenting household food consumption from January to October 2010 by interviewing with and operating a record keeping system of food consumption in 250 households of various income levels living in two different areas of Hanoi, the inner and suburban districts. There is variety of animal products consumed in each family of both areas. Indeed, pork meat, broiler chickens and freshwater fish were popularly used in all families; and broiler ducks are usually consumed in summer season. Furthermore, in the inner districts, there is a rise in the demand of red meats and aquatic products, particularly beef and seafood products. Home-made foods are still a major source of foods for all family members of most of families, however, families in urban areas tends to have breakfasts and lunches in restaurants. In rural areas, the soya curd (tofu) and self-made products from broiler chickens, vegetables, and the rice play an important role, occupying from 15% to 30% of food expenditures. In addition, pork meat and freshwater fish are usually bought in village markets. Through incomes of 82% of households are mainly from agricultural production or from between agriculture and off-farm activities, thanks to self-made products in most of households, the rural areas are not considerably influent by the present global food and financial crisis. Nevertheless, in order to achieve sustainable development, it is necessary to equip farmers with sufficient knowledge of practical agricultural production. [less ▲]

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See detailSatisfaction across urban consumers of smallholder-produced teak (Tectona grandis L.f.) poles in South Benin
Aoudji, Augustin K. N.; Adégbidi, Anselme; Ganglo, Jean C. et al

in Forest Policy and Economics (2011), 13(8), 642-651

The study used the expectancy-disconfirmation framework to investigate the satisfaction among urban consumers of teak pole in South Benin, so as to identify the areas where interventions are needed to ... [more ▼]

The study used the expectancy-disconfirmation framework to investigate the satisfaction among urban consumers of teak pole in South Benin, so as to identify the areas where interventions are needed to secure market opportunity for smallholder forestry. A survey was conducted in five cities; and 223 household-heads were interviewed using systematic sampling, with a random start. Data were collected on socio-demographic characteristics, teak pole consumption forms, behaviour patterns, and motivations. Respondents also rated their expectations and perceptions for a set of nine attributes on a 7 points Likert scale. Hierarchical ascending cluster analysis was performed to identify consumer segments; and satisfaction level was analysed per segment, by determining the gap between expectations and perceptions, for all attributes. Four consumer segments were identified; and socio-demographic profiles differed across those segments. Competitive price was an important purchasing motivation across the identified segments. Consumers were dissatisfied with price, availability, knot frequency, bending, length, hardness, and durability of teak pole. The efforts to meet the consumer expectations should be concentrated on building farmers’ capacity in silvicultural management, and ensuring the availability of good planting material. The issue of competitive price might be addressed, through the improvement of the overall efficiency in the value chain. [less ▲]

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See detailPreliminary results of financial analysis on poultry supply chains in Hanoi suburb, North-Vietnam
Phan Dang, Thang; Vu Dinh, Ton; Dogot, Thomas ULg et al

Poster (2011)

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See detailModernization of demand analysis for poultry meat in the context of HPAI in Hanoi, North-Vietnam
Phan Dang, Thang; Nguyen Tuan, Son; Bui Huu, Doan et al

Poster (2011)

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See detailPoultry supply chains and demand analysis for poultry meat in the context of HPAI in Hanoi, North-Vietnam
Vu Dinh, Ton; Phan Dang, Thang; Nguyen Tuan, Son et al

Poster (2011)

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See detailIdentifying beneficiaries of poverty alleviation programs
Mai, Lan Phuong ULg; Nguyen Mau, Dung; Lebailly, Philippe ULg

in Economics and Development Review = Kinh té̂ và phát triẻ̂n (2011), Special issue(July 2011), 29-36

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See detailMethod of determining poor household : the differences between policy and reality (a case study in Tu Ly and Xuan Phong commune of Hoa Binh province)
Mai, Lan Phuong ULg; Lebailly, Philippe ULg

in Economics and Development Review = Kinh té̂ và phát triẻ̂n (2011), II(169), 15-20

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See detailAn analysis the value chain of fresh milk in the North of Vietnam : the case study in Sonla
Bui, Thi Nga ULg; Tran Huu, Cuong; Lebailly, Philippe ULg

Conference (2011)

Vietnam locates in the most active region (Asia), where gains the highest economic growth rate and highest milk consumption in the world. Milk growth rate is higher than almost other agricultural products ... [more ▼]

Vietnam locates in the most active region (Asia), where gains the highest economic growth rate and highest milk consumption in the world. Milk growth rate is higher than almost other agricultural products in the past 10 years in this region (Nancy, 2008). Vietnam is also one of the highest milk productivity in the Asia. Milk consumption in Vietnam is increasing rapidly (Nancy, 2008). However, the dairy industry in Vietnam is currently able to meet only 22 percent of domestic demand; the remaining amount has been imported from overseas suppliers and producers (VOV News/VNA, 2008). In addition, the linkages among the actors and stakeholders in the value chain of milk in the North of Vietnam are very weak. It leads to low effective in the production of the whole chain. This paper based on semistructure, standard questionnaires and PRA method to collect data of dairy farms in Sonla province, of milk collecting centres, of dairy plan and of milk distributors in 2008-2010. The findings show that dairy plan is the most powerful actor in the chain and it drives the whole chain. The value added of the chain is distributed unequally among determinants in the bias orientation to the non-farmer (non-producer). Opportunity cost of land, capital, and family labor in farm does not include when they calculate their benefits, thus it is not reflect the real situation and their value added would be much lowers. Weak linkages among participants in the chain with stakeholders and insufficient supports discourage farmers to develop their production. [less ▲]

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See detailAgriculture familiale et production avicole au Vietnam
Phan Dang, Thang; Vu Dinh, Ton; Lebailly, Philippe ULg

E-print/Working paper (2011)

This research was carried out at Chương Mỹ and Phú Xuyên Districts for two years of 2009 – 2010 by production record keeping system according to a production cycle of 270 poultry flocks at 210 farms and ... [more ▼]

This research was carried out at Chương Mỹ and Phú Xuyên Districts for two years of 2009 – 2010 by production record keeping system according to a production cycle of 270 poultry flocks at 210 farms and smallholders to aim at better understanding the diversification, technical productivity in this region through an approach of animal production systems and the supply chains with their various constraints. Agricultural by-products are taken full advantage maximum but the daily diet is not balanced in smallholders or commercial farms. Production productivity is good with industrial broilers of ISA Brown, Ai Cập hens and Mix 1. Rate of mortality occupied about 2% with ISA Brown hens, 3% with broiler Mix 1 compared with 15% - 27% of Lương Phượng chickens, CV Super Meat, French Muscovy ducks and backyard production. Poultry production in these zones is really diversified, complex about the races, feed sources and preventive sanitation. But this poultry production is facing grave difficulties such as good quality of DOCs, large fluctuation risk of prices of inputs/outputs and the high risks with epidemic diseases from this year to another. [less ▲]

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See detailStrengthening local innovations in rice processing through video in Benin
Zossou, Enangnon ULg; Van Mele, Paul; Vodouhe, Davo Simplice et al

Conference (2010, November)

In Africa, rice processing provides employment for many rural people. A survey on local rice processing methods in the north, central and south of Benin shows that local rice is often parboiled before ... [more ▼]

In Africa, rice processing provides employment for many rural people. A survey on local rice processing methods in the north, central and south of Benin shows that local rice is often parboiled before milling. Rice parboiling is an important transformation process that contributes greatly to enhancing quality of rice. This important income generating activity is exclusively done by women from rice producing communities. In Benin, the traditional rice parboiling method is still prevailing and does not lead to quality rice. To address this, an improved rice parboiling technology was developed. AfricaRice subsequently developed a video where rural women explain how to use this improved technology. Four NGOs in central Benin publicly screened the video in 80 villages. After women watched the video, they started using the improved parboiler equipment individually or collectively. Women who didn’t have the financial support to buy the improved equipment understood its principle and developed creative solutions based on the idea of pre-cooking paddy with steam. Video watching also made women pay attention to reducing the loss of steam and to use local resources innovatively to conserve energy. Women also improved the quality of their parboiled rice by removing dirt, properly washing rice and drying rice on tarpaulins. On the other hand, in the north and south of Benin where there were no public video screenings, the traditional rice parboiling method is still predominant. This study shows the potential of farmer-to-farmer video to improve farmers’ practices and their attitudes to work collectively in agro-processing and marketing. [less ▲]

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See detailValue chain analysis of beef cattle production in different cattle feeding systems in Bac Kan Province
Hoang, Thi Huong Tra ULg; Lebailly, Philippe ULg; Vu Chi, Cuong et al

in The North-South Centre of the ETH Zurich (Ed.) Tropentag 2010 : World food system : a contribution from Europe (2010)

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See detailStrengthening local innovations in rice processing through video in Benin
Zossou, Espérance; Van Mele, P.; Vodouhe, D. S. et al

Conference (2010)

In Africa, rice processing provides employment for many rural people. A survey on local rice processing methods in the north, central and south of Benin shows that local rice is often parboiled before ... [more ▼]

In Africa, rice processing provides employment for many rural people. A survey on local rice processing methods in the north, central and south of Benin shows that local rice is often parboiled before milling. Parboiling is a transformation process that enhances the quality of rice. This important income generating activity is exclusively done by women from rice producing communities. In Benin, the traditional parboiling method is still prevailing and does not lead to quality rice. To address this, an improved rice parboiling technology was developed. AfricaRice subsequently developed a video where rural women explain how to use this improved technology. Four NGOs in central Benin publicly screened the video in 80 villages. After women watched the video, they started using the improved parboiler equipment individually or collectively. Women who didn’t have the financial support to buy the improved equipment understood its principle and developed creative solutions based on the idea of pre-cooking paddy with steam. Video watching also made women pay attention to reducing the loss of steam and to use local resources innovatively to conserve energy. Women also improved the quality of their parboiled rice by removing dirt, properly washing rice and drying rice on tarpaulins. On the other hand, in the north and south of Benin where there were no public video screenings, the traditional rice parboiling method is still predominant. This study shows the potential of farmer-to-farmer video to improve farmers’ practices and their attitudes to work collectively in agro-processing and marketing. [less ▲]

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See detailConsommation alimentaire et revenu familial dans la zone périurbaine de Hanoi
Vu Dinh, Ton; Phan Dang, Thang; Duquesne, Brigitte ULg et al

in University of Parma, Faculty of Economics (Ed.) 116th EAAE Seminar "Spatial dynamics in agri-food systems : implications for sustainability and consumer welfare (2010)

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See detailDiversification and epidemic risks of poultry production systems in Hanoi suburb
Phan Dang, Thang; Duquesne, Brigitte ULg; Lebailly, Philippe ULg et al

in J. Sci. Dev. (2010), 8((Engl.Iss.2)), 203-215

This research aims to address this question and to improve the income of small poultry producers through identification of poultry production systems and the supply chains with their various constraints ... [more ▼]

This research aims to address this question and to improve the income of small poultry producers through identification of poultry production systems and the supply chains with their various constraints, including the diseases and to analyze the explicative factors of the poultry development at local level. The research was conducted by interviewing and production record keeping system at the household farms which have poultry production at different scales in Hanoi suburb from December 2008 to November 2009. There are four poultry production systems (1) integrated poultry production system with a good bio-safety level; (2) layer/reproductive poultry production system at the semi-commercial scale with minimal to moderate bio-safety level; (3) broiler production system at the semi-commercial scale with the low to minimal bio-safety level and; (4) backyard poultry production system with low bio-safety level. Only the chicken flocks in the system 1 and the layer/reproductive hens in the system 2 are regularly vaccinated. This research showed that farmers’ know-how is still limited, negatively affecting income and economic efficacy of the systems. In order to have sustainable development in the next years to come, it is necessary to equip farmers with good scientific knowledge or to support them to build improved poultry production systems such as a practical system for disease prevention and food safety, the HACCP. [less ▲]

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