WIN data ecosytem mapping - March 2023
Women Income Network is committed to promoting the economic and environmental benefits of maggot farming technology as a bio-waste remediation tool. We believe that this technology can play a vital role in creating sustainable waste management solutions and generating economic opportunities for marginalized communities.
As part of our commitment, we have gathered valuable data and information on maggot farming technology that we would like to share with you. Our data and research showcases the potential of this innovative technology in addressing waste management challenges and the production of high-quality, nutrient-rich larvae while creating a new source of income for entrepreneurs, particularly women and youths.
We invite you to join us in promoting the use of maggot farming technology by accessing our data and sharing it with your networks. By working together, we can build awareness, increase adoption, and maximise the benefits of this technology for our communities.
As stakeholders in this field, we believe you’ll find this information helpful in making informed decisions about your waste management practices and exploring new economic opportunities. We encourage you to reach out to us through the designated channels in the map to learn more about maggot farming technology and its contribution in redefining your waste management strategies as well as boost your economic bottom line.
For Stakeholder category 1 (KCCA, Institutions and Opinion leaders)
- Qualitative and Quantitative data showcasing the Maggot farming technology as an efficient bio-waste remediation tool.
- The technicality in establishing and operating a maggot farm facilities maximising waste management and nutritious value of larvae.
- Policies and initiatives to make bio-waste accessible to maggot entrepreneurs.
- Evaluation of greenhouse gases neutralised by remediating standardised volumes of bio-waste using maggot farming technology.
- Value addition options that could increase market value of maggot products.
For Stakeholder category 2 (Women groups, Youths, Waste entrepreneur and local leaders)
- Economic viability of propagating maggot farming technology.
- Technologies and practices that improve yield with minimum resources such as space.
- Expanding awareness of maggot farming as a business opportunity.
- The technicality in establishing and operating a maggot farm facilities maximising venture’s economic viability and nutritious value of larvae.
- Leveraging on locally available resources to operate local maggot facilities
- New technology adoption that increases productivity.
- Book keeping and evaluation