Africa Sustainable Livestock 2050

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FAO urges African governments to regulate urban livestock sector

The growing farming sector around African cities poses a public health threat if not properly regulated, finds a new series of reports from the Food and Agriculture Organization of the UN (FAO)...

With national efforts to support One Health programming to combat zoonotic diseases and other negative impacts at the human-animal-ecosystem interface, the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) in collaboration with the Government of Ethiopia, represented by the...

FAO & MoALR formulating future scenarios 2050 of livestock production systems

FAO in collaboration with Ministry of Agriculture and Land Reclamation (MoALR) conducted a three-day technical workshop to formulate livestock development scenarios 2050 in Egypt under the ASL2050 project, funded by USAID.

FAO and the Government of Ethiopia developed four plausible future (2050) scenarios for Ethiopia and its cattle dairy and beef systems...

Experts in Animal Resources and Africa’s Regional Economic Communities Discuss Challenges Associated with Increasing Demand for Livestock – Based Protein in the coming decades in Africa

Africa will grow and transform tremendously in the next three decades. Its population will increase from 1.2 billion today to over 2.5 billion in 2050, and the continent will experience sustained development and transformation.  This will result in an exponentinally...

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