The Bangladesh Model and other experiences in Family Poultry Development

FAO ANIMAL PRODUCTION AND HEALTH – INFPDE-CONFERENCE

The Bangladesh Model and other experiences in Family Poultry Development
International Network for Family Poultry Development (INFPD)
May-July 2002

 

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Table of Contents

   
Introductory Papers   Download [600Kb]

A conceptual framework for using poultry as a tool in poverty alleviation

 

Semi-Scavenging Poultry Flock

 

The semi-scavenging poultryrearing concept as implemented in the Participatory Livestock Development Project (PLDP)

 

Case Studies – Asian Experience

 

Semi- Scavenging Poultry Model Production Chain

 

Village poultry production in Vietnam

 

Case Studies – African Experience

 

Family Poultry Development in Mozambique

 

Développement de l’Aviculture Familiale au Burkina Faso

 

Case Studies – Latin American Experience

 

Perspectives of family poultry

 

Cuban experience in the familiar production in eggs and poultry meat

 

Additional Papers


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Common diseases of smallholder poultry and their control in Bangladesh

 

Questionnaire to assess training needs in the area of village poultry production

 

Chicken Production Systems

 

Role of Small Scale Poultry in Rural Livelihoods Project

 

Contribution of the Newcastle disease vaccine

 

Expérience Béninoise en matière d’aviculture villageoise intégrée

 

A research process and methodology focusing on indigenous Kenyan chickens

 

Participatory strategic approach to development of improved indigenous poultry systems in East Africa

 

Production, Management and Marketing Dynamics of the Rural Scavenging Poultry in Uganda

 

Some issues in family poultry development

 

Improving Family Poultry Farming in Morocco: Constraints and Possibilities

 

Commercializing rearing of village chicken in Kenya

 

Semi scavenging poultry model - the experience in Benin

 

La vaccination contre la maladie de Newcastle en aviculture villageoise

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Pour bien reussir l’aviculture villageoise – Laprovet

 

Thermostable vaccine or inactived vaccine: the key to extensive poultry farming problem in Sub-Saharan Africa

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La avicultura de traspatio en zonas campesinas de la provincia de Villa Clara

 

Discussions

 

Discussion on Bangladesh Model

 

Discussion on Mozambique Model

 

Discussion on the Cuban Model

 

Poultry Health and Zoonoses

 

Inputs for sustainable family poultry production

 

Outputs of family poultry production

 

Lessons from the Bangladesh and other poultry development models

 

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