Changing dairy marketing policy in Kenya: The impact of the Smallholder Dairy Project
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Kaitibie, S., Omore, A., Rich, K. and Kristjanson, P. 2008. Changing dairy marketing policy in Kenya: The impact of the Smallholder Dairy Project. Science Council Brief 28. Rome, Italy: CGIAR.
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Building on an earlier exploratory study, in 2007–2008 the CGIAR's Standing Panel on Impact Assessment (SPIA) undertook an initiative in collaboration with seven CGIAR centers to augment the evidence of policy-oriented research (POR) impacts within the CGIAR system and to further the development of methodologies in this challenging area of impact assessment. Seven case studies were commissioned. This impact brief describes the major results that emerged from the International Livestock Research Institute (ILRI). The summary version of the full case study report can be found in: Kaitibie, S., Omore, A., Rich, K., Salasya, B., Hooten, N., Mwero, D., and Kristjanson, P. 2008. Policy change in dairy marketing in Kenya: economic impact and pathways to influence from research. In: CGIAR Science Council. 2008. Impact Assessment of Policy-Oriented Research in the CGIAR: Evidence and Insights from Case Studies. A study commissioned by the Science Council Standing Panel on Impact Assessment. CGIAR Science Council Secretariat: Rome, Italy. (Available at http://impact.cgiar.org/)