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Africa / Botswana / ILRI / PIL / PIM / Southern Africa

Animal health workers in Botswana receive training in participatory epidemiology

Twenty animal health workers from Chobe, Central District and South-East District in Botswana benefited from a week-long introductory training course in participatory epidemiology that was held at Serowe, Central District, Botswana on 19 – 24 November 2012. The objective of the training course was to equip the participants with basic knowledge of epidemiology, disease surveillance … Continue reading

Botswana / DRYLANDS-CRP / Livestock / Markets / PIL / Southern Africa / Value Chains

Competitive smallholder livestock in Botswana: Project stakeholders gather for inception workshop

On 31 October 2012, the Competitive Smallholder Livestock in Botswana project held an inception workshop at the Botswana College of Agriculture. The workshop brought together participants from the International Livestock Research Institute (ILRI), the Ministry of Agriculture, the Botswana Institute for Development Policy Analysis, South Africa and Namibia. The objectives of this new project are to: … Continue reading

Africa / Botswana / ILRI / Livestock / Markets / PIL / PIM / Southern Africa / Value Chains

Introducing the Competitive Smallholder Livestock in Botswana project blog

Welcome to the blog of the project, Competitive Smallholder Livestock in Botswana. The project has three main objectives, namely: to better define smallholder livestock production systems and to identify the factors affecting the productivity of smallholder livestock producers and assess their competitiveness; to understand and improve conditions for market participation and value addition in markets … Continue reading