Farm Africa’s Livestock for Livelihoods project is helping Ugandan and Ethiopian pastoralist women set up sustainable, small-scale goat-rearing enterprises. This four-页面 booklet outlines how the project is creating and strengthening a network of community animal health workers (CAHWs) linked to agro-input dealers to enhance pastoralists’ access to quality animal health 服务.
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Farm Africa’s Livestock for Livelihoods project is helping Ugandan and Ethiopian pastoralist women set up sustainable, small-scale goat-rearing enterprises. This four-page booklet outlines how Farm Africa is helping local communities to crossbreed local goats with exotic, high yielding
goat breeds to produce offspring that are faster growing, more efficient feed converters and produce more milk and meat than the local goats but which are easier to raise than purebred exotic goats.
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Farm Africa’s Livestock for Livelihoods project is helping Ugandan and Ethiopian pastoralist women set up sustainable, small-scale goat-rearing enterprises. This four-页面 booklet outlines how Farm Africa is setting up a revolving goat scheme across South Omo and Karamoja. The scheme requires each woman who receives does (female goats) from Farm Africa to give does to another vulnerable woman once her herd has grown, creating a cycle of improved prosperity.
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This guide provides technical knowledge of farming, processing and marketing of Moringa olifera.
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Mapping and assessment report of the Moringa value chain in Tanzania.
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This is a record keeping manual designed to help farmers better manage their fish ponds. The manual is supported by Farm Africa for the Kenya Market-led Aquaculture Programme (KMAP).
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A summary of the two-year project ‘Enhancing market systems for improved sustainable livelihoods’. The project contributed to food and nutrition security by developing a market system that works for the poor.
By strengthening the market system, developing appropriate financial service products and improving coordination between market actors, farmers were helped to increase their production and productivity.
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In response to the worst desert locust invasion to hit eastern Africa in decades, Farm Africa has produced a one-page briefing sheet giving information on the lifespan, threat to food security and control measures for those facing infestations of The Desert Locust (Schistocerca gregaria Forskal).
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Farm Africa is working with the Virunga National Park to unleash the potential of two coffee cooperatives and boost the livelihoods of over 7,000 coffee farming families living on the border of Virunga National Park, reducing pressure on the park’s resources and lifting people out of poverty.
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This 16-page guide shares lessons from Farm Africa's Kenya Market-led Aquaculture Programme, funded by the Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands in Kenya, which worked across the fish value chain in 14 counties in Kenya. The project aimed to increase productivity, strengthen market systems and make the policy environment conducive so that farmers can turn their ponds into thriving businesses.
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