Livestock Sector Policies and Programmes in Developing Countries

Livestock Sector Policies and Programmes in Developing Countries

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Livestock Sector Policies and Programmes in Developing Countries by Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO), Joachim Otte, Chiara Martini

The livestock sector contributes to the livelihoods of an estimated 70 percent of the world's rural poor. The increasing demand for animal protein in low and middle income countries provides an opportunity for the poor to improve their livelihoods. However, the nature of livestock farming is determined by policy and institutional frameworks that rarely favor the poor.

Launched in 2001 by FAO, the Pro-Poor Livestock Policy Initiative (PPLPI) facilitates and supports the formulation and implementation of livestock-related policies and institutional changes that have a positive impact on the world's poor. This publication comprises a user-friendly, non technical compilation of livestock sector policies/programs, including case studies, to assist policy makers and development practitioners in formulating and implementing plans for institutional reforms and livestock sector-related policies that will benefit livestock farmers in particular and, in general, all stakeholders along the value chain.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9789251065433
Publisher: Bernan Distribution
Publication date: 12/28/2010
Series: Pro-Poor Livestock Initiative Series
Pages: 162
Product dimensions: 9.87(w) x 7.12(h) x 0.50(d)

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Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations

Table of Contents

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Preface
Acknowledgements
Abbreviations and acronyms

1. Pro-Poor Livestock Sector Policies and Programmes
1.1. Rationale for the Livestock Policy Menu
1.2. Focus and structure of the Livestock Sector Policy Menu

2. Managing the basics of livestock production
2.1. Land policies and programmes
2.2. Risk-coping policies and programmes

3. Enhancing livestock productivity
3.1. Animal health services and veterinary supplies: policies and programmes
3.2. Livestock-related financial policies and programmes
3.3. Marketing policies and programmes
3.4. Livestock trade policies and programmes

4. Sustaining livestock productivity
4.1. Livestock research policies and programmes
4.2. Livestock-environment policies and programmes

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