How can animal health systems support small-scale poultry producers and traders?

How can animal health systems
support small-scale poultry
producers and traders?

 

 

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Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations
Rome, 2012


CONTENTS


Acknowledgements
Preface
Acronyms
Definitions
Summary

 
Background
 
Why people keep poultry
 
Poultry health problems and their impact on farmer livelihoods
 
The relationship between farmers and animal health systems
 
Recommendations for people-centred animal health systems
 
The relationship between farmers and animal health systems
 
ANNEX 1
Examples of community animal health projects
 
ANNEX 2
Examples of changes in legislation in countries affected by HPAIs
 
ANNEX 3
Examples of good practice in building local animal health systems
 
References



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