Poultry and Eggs Value Chain Assessment


GAIN is implementing a five-year programme which aims to increase consumption of poultry and eggs and fish by 1.5 million Mozambican poor consumers who live on below $1.5 and $3.2 per day and live in peri-urban and rural areas. The geographic focus are 23 Districts targeted in the Beira and Nacala trading corridors, particularly Sofala, Manica, Tete, Nampula, Zambezia, and Cabo Delgado provinces.

Wellspring was commissioned by GAIN to support the design and implementation of their Animal Sourced Foods (ASF) project in Mozambique, by conducting a technical analysis and consultations in the poultry supply chain to develop a set of practical proposals that could contribute to GAIN programmatic objectives.

The final report covered Wellspring’s findings from desktop analysis, 60 stakeholder consultations, and the additional inputs and synthesis from a stakeholder workshop which headline recommendations on intervention areas, including where these can be combined with interventions for the fish value chain and consumer demand interventions.

Funders and clients


Team members

Marco Machado, Elena Gaffurini, HUB

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