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Forging paths towards climate-smart livestock in Burkina Faso
Burkina Faso's livestock industry encompasses a wide range of activities, including cattle, poultry, and small ruminant farming. Despite its importance, this sector faces challenges, particularly in contributing to greenhouse gas emissions, notably enteric methane from the large ruminant population. In a commitment to combat these challenges, Burkina Faso,...
Integrating livestock interventions in nationally determined contributions of Zimbabwe
Zimbabwe is affected by direct and indirect impacts of climate change. It has experienced severe livestock losses due to recurring droughts, heatwaves, and tropical cyclones, such as Cyclone Idai, which resulted in flooding and landslides in 2019. The livestock sector plays a crucial socio-economic role, especially for rural...
Hands-on training on greenhouse gas emissions assessment to strengthen climate actions in Senegal
Livestock systems in Senegal are a vital socio-economic sector, providing livelihoods, employment, and income to nearly one-third of Senegalese households. Despite its significant contribution to rural economies, the livestock sector faces challenges exacerbated by climate change in the forms of drought, heavy rains, and heat stress, affecting both...
Building capacity in Bangladesh to measure and report greenhouse gas emissions from livestock
In recent years, the government of Bangladesh has intensified its focus on the livestock sector, recognizing its significant role in improving rural livelihoods and contributing to the economic growth of the country. The sector contributes to food security and nutrition by providing animal-sourced food and diversifying diets from...
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