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Senegal range and livestock development

United States. Agency for International Development.

Senegal range and livestock development

by United States. Agency for International Development.

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Published by Dept. of State in [Washington .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Range management -- Senegal,
  • Livestock -- Senegal,
  • Grazing districts -- Senegal

  • Edition Notes

    StatementRobert W. Shoemaker, project design officer.
    SeriesSahel, documents and dissertations -- SG 122.
    ContributionsShoemaker, Robert W.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsSF85 .U573 1974
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination183 p. in various pagings, [2] leaves of plates
    Number of Pages183
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17470120M
    LC Control Number87754823
    OCLC/WorldCa6753725

    Department of International Development Cooperation, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Finland, Helsinki, Livestock Development The livestock sub-sector comprises activities contributing to sustainable livestock production to reduce poverty, support widely shared growth, and increase food security. Sustainability in livestock production. Livestock production is a complex component of agricultural production and rural life in Tropical Africa. Different species and different products are involved. The functions of livestock range from the provision of food to social and cultural roles. The ecological conditions vary from the dry and hot to the moist and cool, and traditional management systems coexist with modern by:

    capital investments (fencing, water development, exotic breeds introduction, etc.) on parastatal ranches. Typical examples of this category were the ranching projects in Botswana, Kenya and Yemen. (ii) The Range/Livestock Project Phase (mid seventies to late eighties) focused on the development of communal areas through the funding of water, roads. Senegal - Agricultural land Agricultural land (sq. km) The value for Agricultural land (sq. km) in Senegal as of As the graph below shows, over the past 55 years this indicator reached a maximum value of 94, in and a minimum value of 83, in

      * LDB is Senegal’s only processing firm using milk from local herd * Africa’s dairy industry produces around 17 mln T of products * Demand for milk expected to grow sharply in continentAuthor: Reuters Editorial. by Mark S. Thorne and John M. Harper. Livestock grazing is one of the most widespread and important uses of rangelands. Renewable plant resources provide forage for ruminant livestock like cattle, sheep, and goats; and the ruminant animals subsequently provide food and fiber for people.


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Senegal range and livestock development by United States. Agency for International Development. Download PDF EPUB FB2

Livestock Development 42 Performance to-date 42 The Case for Livestock Development 46 4. 1 Arguments for Livestock Development 46 4. 2 Demand for Livestock Foods 47 4. 3 Demand for Other Livestock Products 50 Development Considerations and Farm Systems LIVESTOCK SECTOR BRIEF | SENEGAL FAO AGAL 3 2.

LIVESTOCK RESOURCES Livestock populations Values expressed in 1, Year Annual growth rate Species (%) Cattle 2, 2, 2, 2, Sheep and goats 2, 5, 8, 8, Pigs File Size: KB. Senegal - Agricultural Development Project (English) Abstract. The Agricultural Development Project for Senegal development credit and loan will co-finance with Caisse Centrale de Cooperation Economique of France the training over five years of s farmers in.

Complete Report in English Official version of document (may contain signatures, etc) Official PDF, pages mb TXT *. Livestock. Sensa Agri breeds and imports premium South African livestock to Senegal, including sheep, goats, cattle, and work with state-of-the-art genetics and a high-quality feeding date, we have imported a total of animals to Senegal.

AFRICAN DEVELOPMENT FUND 01 B.P. ABIDJAN 01 Tel.: (+ ) 20 20 44 44 PROJECT INFORMATION Date: December The information given hereunder is intended to provide some guidance to prospective suppliers, contractors, consultants and all persons interested in the procurement of goods and services.

A Living from Livestock Pro-Poor Livestock Policy Initiative Livestock Development Goals with an Application to Senegal Joachim Otte, FAO, David Roland-Holst, UC Berkeley presented by Jennifer Ifft, UC Berkeley AAAE Conference Agricultural Growth, Poverty Reduction and Millennium Development Goals in Africa Accra, Ghana, 21 August Author: J.

Otte, D. Roland-Holst. Senegal COUNTR FACT SHEET ON FOOD AND AGRICULTURE POLICY TRENDS SEPTEMBER FAPDA - Food and Agriculture Policy Decision Analysis Socio-economic context and role of agriculture The Republic of Senegal is a lower middle income country. located on the coast of West Africa with an agriculture sec-tor accounting for percent of the GDP File Size: KB.

Gender, Human Security and Climate Change in Senegal This chapter 1 is based on a Case Study conducted by Yacine Diagne Gueye of ENDA (Environmental Development Action in the Third World) in Senegal. It gives an overview of the climate change situation in Senegal and draws out the implications for women’s livelihood, security and gender Size: 1MB.

Perry BD, Nin-Pratt A, Sones K, Stevens C () An appropriate level of risk: Balancing the need for safe livestock products with fair market access for the poor. Pro-poor livestock policy initiative working paper Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations/International Livestock Research Institute, by:   The International Land Coalition’s biennial Global Land Forum (GLF) took place in Dakar, Senegal on May At the meeting, the ILC Global Rangelands Initiative, which is coordinated and technically supported ILRI and RECONCILE, discussed ways of making rangelands more secure.

Private-Sector Agricultural Research and Innovation in Senegal Recent Policy, Investment, ェÉ [National Livestock Development Plan] PPP purchasing power parity PSAOP Programme des services agricoles et organisations des producteurs Agricultural research and development (R&D) in Senegal has historically been spearheaded by the public File Size: KB.

Livestock water needs in pastoral Africa in relation to climate and forage Table of Contents John M. King system has been applied to water and livestock development in the context of range, woodland and livestock management. There are numerous implications for research, notably Senegal and the Gambia.

It was against this background that. Senepol Genetic History. In the s N'Dama Cattle were imported to the Caribbean Island of St. Croix from Senegal, West Africa.

ByHenry C. Nelthropp's Grenard Estates was one of the largest N'Dama breeders with over head which he maintained as purebreds. Nelthropp's son, Bromley, wanted to develop a strain of cattle that would combine the traits needed for good productions in the. AFRICA AGRICULTURE STATUS REPORT v This Report delves more deeply than most into some of the desired policy interventions for achieving an inclusive transformation.

It highlights the need for a more holistic and multisectoral approach to the problem, and that builds on partnerships between the public and private sectors. And this. Pro-Poor Livestock Policy Initiative A Living from Livestock Research Report 1 13 November Livestock and Livelihoods: Development Goals and Indicators Applied to Senegal D.

Roland-Holst, J. Otte Abstract In this report, we present a series of empirical techniques to. Livestock poverty headcount and density by province, Senegal national poverty lines. consumption shares to shares of national income, however, a wider range of.

c/o AfricaRice Sahel Station Ndiaye, B.P. 96 Saint Louis, Senegal Phone + 78 Implications for LIvestock Range- land Development The related cycles have a profound impact on African livestock range- land interventions in at least three ways: (1) We can now understand the trend toward and persistence in donor direct payment practices and in- creased involvement in the develop- ment of Africa's livestock rangelandAuthor: E.M.

Roe. range from pastoral/grassland-based systems, which occupy livestock development problematic, and prioritising livestock The roles of livestock in developing countries. Senegal (/ ˌ s ɛ n ɪ ˈ ɡ ɔː l,-ˈ ɡ ɑː l / (); French: Sénégal; Wolof: Senegaal), officially the Republic of Senegal (French: République du Sénégal; Wolof: Réewum Senegaal), is a country in West l is bordered by Mauritania in the north, Mali to the east, Guinea to the southeast, and Guinea-Bissau to the l also surrounds The Gambia, a country Capital and largest city: Dakar, 14°40′N 17°25′W.

Livestock development in Somalia has mostly focused on the provision of improved veterinary services, water supplies and marketing facilities, whilst range productivity, expressed in terms of the availability of range forage and improved methods and techniques of animal raising, has largely been mismanaged or ignored.

This partial development by the government has had some positive Cited by: 4.El Habib said Senegal's agricultural commodities range from cotton, livestock, groundnut production to fruits, vegetable oil and animal products whose high quality was comparable to European products.