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Assessment of Animal Agriculture in Sub-Saharan Africa

Winrock International Institute for Agri

Assessment of Animal Agriculture in Sub-Saharan Africa

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Published by Winrock International Institute for Agricultu .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Animals,
  • Animals / Pets

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages125
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL11485119M
    ISBN 10093359576X
    ISBN 109780933595767

    FAO Publications. FAO (Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations). The FAO Conservation Series, including Guide No. 13, Watershed Management Field Manual, includes five volumes treating the following topics: vegetation and soil treatment measures, gully control, slope treatment measures and practices, landslide prevention measures, and road design and . Food Safety and Informal Markets: Animal Products in Sub-Saharan Africa 1st Edition It describes a realistic analysis of food safety risk by developing a methodology of ‘participatory food safety risk assessment’, involving small-scale producers and consumers in the process of data collection in a data-poor environment often found in Format: Hardcover.   Sustainability of rainwater harvesting in enhancing water productivity in various biophysical and socioeconomic conditions of SSA is a key in large scale livelihood improvement. A study was undertaken in Makanya catchment of rural Tanzania to assess sustainability of storage type of rainwater harvesting systems including microdam, dug out pond, sub-surface Cited by:   Agriculture in Sub-Saharan Africa is constrained by highly variable rainfall, frequent drought and low water productivity. There is an urgent need, heightened by climate change, for appropriate technologies to address this problem through managing and increasing the quantity of water on farmers’ fields – water : Taylor And Francis.

    The definition of rural development varies from one point of view to the other. The definition of rural development has evolved through time as a result of changes in the perceived mechanisms and/or goals of development. sustained improvement of the populations standards of living or welfare.


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Get this from a library. Assessment of animal agriculture in sub-Saharan Africa. [Winrock International Institute for Agricultural Development.;].

Article citations. More>> Winrock International () Assessment of Animal Agriculture in Sub-Saharan Africa. Winrock International Institute for Agricultural Development, Morrilton. A methodology was developed to assess the state of soil nutrient depletion under agriculture in sub-Saharan Assessment of Animal Agriculture in Sub-Saharan Africa book for and the year The nutrient balance is described with 5 input and 5 output factors, which result in a nutrient loss rate.

Production figures and data on fertilizer consumption for and projections for the year were provided by by: Animal products are vital components of the diets and livelihoods of people across sub-Saharan Africa.

They are frequently traded in local, unregulated markets and this can pose significant health risks. This volume presents an accessible overview of these issues in. Review: Role of herbivores in sustainable agriculture in Sub-Saharan Africa Article in animal 12(s2) August with 83 Reads How we measure 'reads'.

Molden, David. (Comp.) Water security for food security: findings of the Comprehensive Assessment for Sub-Saharan Africa. [This report draws directly from the book Water for food, water for life: a Comprehensive Assessment of Water Management in Agriculture].

Abstract. Contracts are important to agricultural development in sub-Saharan Africa. Lawyers and economists need to understand basic contract principles to assist stakeholders in the agriculture and agribusiness value chains, including input (seed, fertilizer, equipment) and credit markets, forward contracting and proper contract specification so that resources move to their most.

In Animal production and animal science worldwide: A Review on Developments and Research in Livestock Systems, World Association of Animal Production, Book of the Year (ed. A Rosati, A Tewolde, C Mosconi), pp. – Wageningen Academic Publishers, The by: at the occasion of the international Symposium on ‘Animal Identification and Recording Systems for Traceability and Livestock Development in Sub-Saharan Africa’.

The Symposium was jointly organized by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), the International Committee for Animal Recording (ICAR), the South. Pretoria Declaration On Animal Identification and Recording Systems for Traceability and Livestock Development in Sub-Saharan Africa on 17 April Around participants from 30 countries met in Pretoria, South Africa, on Aprilat the occasion of the international Symposium on 'Animal Identification and Recording Systems for.

Agriculture is the backbone of many countries in sub-Saharan Africa. Yet, lack of efficient extension systems to support agricultural development is widely seen as a.

Agriculture employs two-thirds of Sub-Saharan Africa’s (SSA) workforce and a majority of the continent’s poor (IFPRI ).As a result, agricultural productivity growth offers a singularly powerful lever for raising incomes and reducing poverty across the continent (Thirtle et al.

; de Janvry and Sadoulet ; Christiaensen et al. REGIONAL OVERVIEW OF FOOD INSECURITY IN AFRICA 11 A- Progress toward MDG and WFS targets. In line with the deadline set for achieving the Millennium Development Goal targets, Sub-Saharan Africa (SSA) made some progress towards halving the proportion of its population suffering from hunger (MDG 1.C target).

Overall, the prevalence. Engaging Youth in Climate-Smart Agriculture Sub-Saharan Africa (SSA) has a unique population profile, with 44% of its population under the age of 15 inmaking it the youngest region of the world. Agriculture employs 65% of Africa’s labour force and accounts for. Reinvigorating animal agricultural research is essential to sustainably address the global challenge of food security 1.

The demand for food from animal agriculture is anticipated to nearly double by Increased demand is due, in part, to a predicted increase in world population from billion to between 9 and 10 billion people in Roesel, K.

and Grace, D. (eds) () Food Safety and Informal Markets: Animal Products in Sub-Saharan Africa. Routledge, London and New York. For further details see here. For more information about Food safety, take a look at the FCRN website and the Keyword-search Food safety + animal products here.

Citation: Building climate change resilience for African livestock in sub-Saharan Africa - World Initiative for Sustainable Pastoralism (WISP): a program of IUCN - The International Union for Conservation of Nature, Eastern and Southern Africa Regional Office, Nairobi, Marchviii + 48pp.

ISBN: Design and layout: Gordon O. tives. It is our hope that this book, which synthesizes much of the material in other ILCA publications, will prove a valuable source of information for improving food production and economic devel­ opment in sub-Saharan Africa.

Addis Abeba, Ethiopia Janu Livestock play a critical role in the livelihoods of more than million people in Sub-Saharan Africa and South Asia. With regional demand for livestock products projected to grow by more than % bydevelopment of the livestock sector offers a unique pathway to improve income and nutrition for the poor, particularly women.

AFRICA TECHNICAL DEPARTMENT SERIES Technical Paper Series No. Dessing, Support for Microenterprises: Lessons for Sub-Saharan Africa No. Kiss, editor, Living with Wildlife: Wildlife Resource Management with Local Participation in Africa No.

Murphy, Casley, and Curry, Farners' Estinations as a Source of Production Data: Methodological. Climate change constitutes part of the pressing and momentous threats facing the agricultural system globally [].Juana et al.

[] explain that the climate trend in Africa shows an increased temperature of about °C in the 20th century, stating a rise in the temperature trend of all sub-Saharan African the low-emission setup, the African summer temperature is Author: Victor O. Abegunde, Melusi Sibanda, Ajuruchukwu Obi.

Sub-Saharan Africa needs much faster economic growth and more effective economic, financial, and social policies if it is to make up for lost ground and reduce the number of people living in abject poverty. Edited. India, for sub-Saharan Africa, current agricultural productivity is low and there have been numerous failures in getting agriculture moving.

Over the past 10 years, Sub-Saharan Africa (SSA) has experienced encouraging economic growth averaging about per cent with some non-oil-exporting countries reaching an average of more than eight per cent.

An HSI Report: The Impact of Animal Agriculture on Global Warming and Climate Change 3 As grazing areas dry up in sub-Saharan Africa, pastoralists will be forced to travel farther to find food and many animals will likely starve.

In particular, cattle, goats, camels, sheep, and other animals who depend on access toFile Size: KB. A farming systems approach to improving draft animal power in sub-Saharan Africa Meeting the challenges of animal traction 11 This paper is published in: Starkey P and Kaumbutho P (eds), Meeting the challenges of animal traction.

A resource book of the Animal Traction Network for Eastern and Southern Africa (ATNESA), Harare, by: 3. Filed under: Agriculture and state -- Africa, Sub-Saharan Structural adjustment and African women farmers / edited by Christina H.

Gladwin. (Gainesville: University of Florida Press: Center for African Studies, University of Florida: Orders, University Presses of Florida, c) (page images at HathiTrust). The book, Food safety and informal markets: animal products in Sub-Saharan Africa, which was launched at the International Livestock Research Institute (ILRI) campus in Kenya last month (27 January), shows that informal markets supply 85 to 95 per cent of food products from livestock consumed in Africa.

Results suggest that informal economy in Sub-Saharan Africa remains among the largest in the world, although this share has been very gradually declining. It also finds significant heterogeneity, with informality ranging from a low of 20 to 25 percent in Mauritius, South Africa and Namibia to a high of 50 to 65 percent in Benin, Tanzania and.

(4) The fourth and final product of this launch is a software tool known as Animal Resources Information System. Given the important and varied roles that animal resources play in Africa’s economy, the lack of data on these resources leads to poor assessment of capacities and inadequate responses to animal health challenges and economic impacts.

The October Regional Economic Outlook features: (i) an overview of economic developments and prospects in sub-Saharan Africa; (ii) an analytical assessment of how monetary policy changes are transmitted through the region's economies; and (iii) a study of why growth rates in the West African Economic and Monetary Union (WAEMU) have lagged.

Sustainability Assessment (COSA). The contents of sub-Saharan Africa. • We are aiming at the wrong goal. For the first time in history we have as many overweight people as undernourished people and the consequences of Food and Agriculture: The future of sustainability.

Evolution:Economic and Agriculture Development in sub-Saharan Africa Written by: Dr. Giovanni Gasperoni Tricia Bentley-Beal Published February, 2.

Executive SummaryEXECUTIVE SUMMARYAgriculture is the backbone of overall growth for the majority of countriesin sub-Saharan Africa (SSA) and is essential for poverty reduction and food security. Performance boost needed: Africa’s agriculture and agribusinesses are underperforming.

Many developing countries such as Brazil, Indonesia, and Thailand now export more food products than all of Sub-Saharan Africa combined. Even as export shares are falling, import of. Emerging Technologies to Benefit Farmers in Sub-Saharan Africa and South Asia identifies sixty emerging technologies with the potential to significantly improve agricultural productivity in sub-Saharan Africa and South Asia.

Eighteen technologies are recommended for immediate development or further exploration. The book includes a review of the key issues and 25 case studies of the meat, milk, egg and fish food sectors drawn from a wide range of countries in East, West and Southern Africa, as part of the "Safe Food, Fair Food" by: Taking a close look at agriculture in four countries of East Africa is timely, especially given the countries’ rapid pre-crisis growth rates of percent during - These growth rates were attributed to relatively stable macroeconomic conditions,File Size: KB.

Many institutions across sub-Saharan Africa (SSA) and many funding agencies that support them are currently engaged in initiatives that are targeted towards adapting rainfed agriculture to climate change. This does, however, present some Cited by: Sub-Saharan Africa (SSA) is one of the regions that depend mainly on agriculture but have largely remained food insecure.

In fact, food insecurity in SSA has progressively worsened since with the proportion of malnourished population reaching 30% in [].Farming in SSA relies on rudimentary methods, which, among others, are characterized by continuous tilling of land, Cited by: 1.

of the total merchandise exports. Agriculture is the main source of income for 90% of rural population in Africa. Agriculture represents a great part of the Africas share in world trade. On the list of 20 top agricultural and food commodity importers in.

On average, agriculture in Sub-Saharan Africa contributes 15% of the total GDP. Africa's geography makes it particularly vulnerable to climate change, and seventy per cent of the population rely on rain-fed agriculture for their livelihoods.

Smallholder farms account for 80% of cultivated lands in sub-Saharan Africa. Youth Unemployment, Job Creation, and Agriculture. Given the rising youth populations in sub-Saharan Africa and the state of un- and under-employment in the region, the agriculture sector—and particularly on-farm production—offers the greatest potential for alleviating unemployment and underemployment in Sub-Saharan Africa.Note.

S. Asia is an abbreviation for South Asia; WANA for Western Asia and North Africa; SSA for sub-Saharan Africa; and LA for Latin America. From "Securing and Sustaining Adequate Food Production for the Third Millennium" by A.

Pinstrup-Andersen and R. Pandy-Lorch,in World Food Security and Sustainability: The Impacts of Biotechnology. We are pleased to announce that the book, Food Safety and Informal Markets: Animal Products in Sub-Saharan Africa, edited by Kristina Roesel and Delia Grace of the International Livestock Research Institute (ILRI), is now freely available online as an open access resource.

The book was published in October and officially launched in January