NDDB plans to expand Amul’s model to Kenya, says chairman Meenesh Shah

After Sri Lanka, the National Dairy Development Board (NDDB) plans to take the Amul model of dairy cooperatives to Kenya, NDDB chairman Meenesh Shah said here on Saturday.”I hope that the model adopted in Sri Lanka can be replicated for small-scale dairy farmers in Kenya”, Shah said while speaking at the National Dairy Federation of India (NCDFI) foundation event. Gandhinagar. Nine-member Kenyan team visited NDDB, Amul, Indian Immunologicals, and IDMC Ltd in Anand last week. To take the Amul model overseas for the first time2, a stakeholder agreement has been signed to set up a joint venture in Sri Lanka, where NDDB and GCMMF together hold 51 percent, the NDDB chairman said. Union Cooperation Minister Amit Shah and Gujarat Chief Minister Bhupendra Patel were also present.

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