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Mapping the economic benefits to livestock keepers from intervening against bovine trypanosomosis in Eastern Africa 

2014
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Livestock country reviews - Poultry sector Ghana 

The poultry sector continues to grow and industrialize in many parts of the world. An increasing human population, greater purchasing power and urbanization have been strong drivers of growth. Advances in breeding have given rise to birds that meet specialized purposes and are increasingly productive, but that need expert management. The development and transfer of feed, slaughter and processing technologies have increased (...)
Livestock country reviews  [ 6 ] ,  2014
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Biofuel co-products as livestock feed - Opportunities and challenges, Technical summary 

Distillers grains (DG), a by-product of the alcoholic drink and beverages production, have been fed to livestock for several years, initially to pigs and dairy cows. The upsurge in the use of DG was spearheaded by the search for transport fuel other than that from fossil fuels, which in recent years has been supported by a large increase in research funding into the use of co-products. The co-products are the residues after (...)
2014
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Livestock Environmental Assessment and Performance Partnership 

The LEAP Partnership was founded in 2012 and involves stakeholders across the livestock sector, all who share an interest in improving the environmental performance of livestock supply chains. The objective is to develop comprehensive guidance and methodology for understanding the environmental performance of livestock supply chains.
2014
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Investing in the livestock sector: Why Good Numbers Matter 

A Sourcebook for Decision Makers on How to Improve Livestock Data

This Sourcebook on livestock data summarizes the activities and outputs of the Livestock in Africa: Improving Data for Better Policies Project. It provides guidance to decision makers responsible to collect and analyze livestock data from differ¬ent perspectives on how to systematically address livestock data-related issues within the context of the national agri-cultural statistical system. In particular, it first develops (...)
2014
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FAO/GIEWS Livestock and Market Assessment Mission to Karamoja Region, Uganda, 3 April 2014 

Following improved security conditions, pastoralists have returned to the pre-protected kraal system seasonal grazing patterns, being free to carry-out traditional management practices inherent to the right to roam, with consequent better access to pasture and water. • Despite a two-dekad dry spell in May-June, rainfall performance has been generally good along the season, with positive effects on grazing resources (...)
Special Reports and Alerts ,  2014
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Business and livelihoods in african livestock 

Investments to overcome information gaps

Poverty is widespread in Africa, but the continent is fast growing, with the consumption of animal protein skyrocketing, in particular for relatively low-value, low-processed livestock products. Meanwhile, in rural areas, the majority of households are livestock keepers, many of whom are poor. This growth in demand for animal protein can provide major business opportunities for livestock producers, with implications for (...)
2014
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Children’s work in the livestock sector: Herding and beyond 

Agriculture is by far the largest sector where child labour is found and one of the most dangerous in terms of fatalities, accidents and occupational diseases. Almost 60 percent of girls and boys (aged 5–17 years) in hazardous work are found in agriculture, historically and traditionally an under-regulated sector and one in which regulation enforcement is also difficult in many countries. Livestock forms a considerable (...)
2013
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High-Level Technical Meeting to Address Health Risks at the Human-Animal-Ecosystems Interfaces 

Mexico City, Mexico ::: 15-17 November 2011
2013
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Utilization of fruit and vegetable wastes as livestock feed and as substrates for generation of other value-added products 

By 2050 the world will need to feed an additional 2 billion people and will require 70 per cent more meat and milk. The increasing future demand for livestock products, driven by increases in income, population and urbanization will impose a huge demand on feed resources. Sustainability of feed production systems is being challenged due to biophysical factors such as land, soil and water scarcity, food-fuel-feed competition, (...)
RAP Publication  [ 2013/04 ] ,  2013
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In vivo conservation of Animal Genetic Resources 

The Global Plan of Action for Animal Genetic Resources, adopted in 2007, is the first internationally agreed framework for the management of biodiversity in the livestock sector. It calls for the development of technical guidelines to support countries in their implementation efforts. Guidelines on the Preparation of national strategies and action plans for animal genetic resources were published in 2009 and are being (...)
FAO Animal Production and Health Guidelines  [ 14 ] ,  2013
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Sustainability and Organic Livestock Modelling (SOL-m) 

Impacts of a global upscaling of low-input and organic livestock production: Preliminary Results

2013
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Investing in African Livestock: business opportunities in 2030-2050 

This paper depicts the medium to long term development prospects for the African livestock sector by reviewing data on the estimated consumption of animal-sourced foods and anticipated responses by producers for 2005/07, 2030 and 2050. Data and projections are elaborated by the FAO Global Perspective Studies Unit.
2013
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Animal Genetic ResourcesRessources Génétiques AnimalesRecursos Genéticos Animales 

an international journal

Animal genetic resources information  [ 52 ] ,  2013
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Asian livestock. Challenges, opportunities and the response. 

Proceedings of an international policy forum held in Bangkok, Thailand, 16-17 August 2012

Growing populations, rising disposable incomes and progressive urbanization in Asia and the Pacific region have spurred rapid growth in the consumption of animal source foods. The region has generated more than half the gains in global livestock production since the early 1990s and this growth is expected to continue in the foreseeable future. However, the manner of supply growth has also imposed considerable social, health (...)
RAP Publication  [ 2012/28 ] ,  2013
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Impacts of genomics and other 'omics' for the crop, forestry, livestock, fishery and agro-industry sectors in developing countries 

2013
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Six-legged livestock: Edible insect farming, collection and marketing in Thailand 

The world's population is expected to surpass 9 billion by 2050. FAO estimates that global food production will need to expand by an estimated 60 percent from current levels. Meeting this massive additional demand will require concerted action on a number of fronts, including efforts to increase the production and consumption of currently under-utilized and under-appreciated foods. Edible insects compromise one such category. (...)
RAP Publication  [ 2013/03 ] ,  2013
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Understanding and integrating gender issues into livestock projects and programmes 

A checklist for practitioners

In rural societies, where local culture and traditions are still very vibrant, responsibilities and tasks are often assigned to women and men on the basis of traditional gender roles, defined as those behaviours and responsibilities that a society considers appropriate for men, women, boys and girls. These roles change over time, have different characteristics in every local context and are shaped by ideological, religious, (...)
2013
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Mitigation of greenhouse gas emissions in livestock production – A review of technical options for non-CO2 emissions 

Animal agriculture substantially contributes to the world economy by providing food, jobs, and financial security for billions of people. With increasing concerns over global climate change and pollution, efforts are underway to reduce the overall environmental impact of animal production. This document analyses emission of non-carbon dioxide greenhouse gases, an important segment of the environmental footprint of animal (...)
FAO Animal Production and Health Paper  [ 177 ] ,  2013
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Livestock Data Innovation in Africa - Brief - Issue 23 - A Critical Indicator: Livestock's contribution to gross domestic product 

Joint brief of the World Bank, FAO, ILRI, AU-IBAR with support from the Gates Foundation, 2010-2013
2013
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Livestock Data Innovation in Africa - Brief - Issue 22 - Routine Livestock Data Collection in Zanzibar 

Joint brief of the World Bank, FAO, ILRI, AU-IBAR with support from the Gates Foundation, 2010-2013
2013
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Livestock Data Innovation in Africa - Brief - Issue 10 - Livestock Market Data: Collection, Dissemination and Use in Tanzania 

Joint brief of the World Bank, FAO, ILRI, AU-IBAR with support from the Gates Foundation, 2010-2013
2013
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Livestock Data Innovation in Africa - Brief - Issue 9 - Livestock Data: What do Uganda Stakeholders say? 

Joint brief of the World Bank, FAO, ILRI, AU-IBAR with support from the Gates Foundation, 2010-2013
2013
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Livestock Data Innovation in Africa - Brief - Issue 5 - Routine livestock data collection in Tanzania 

Joint brief of the World Bank, FAO, ILRI, AU-IBAR with support from the Gates Foundation, 2010-2013
2013
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Livestock Data Innovation in Africa - Brief - Issue 3 - Routine livestock data in sub-Saharan Africa: collection and use 

Joint brief of the World Bank, FAO, ILRI, AU-IBAR with support from the Gates Foundation, 2010-2013
2013
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