Dairy marketing in sub-Saharan Africa. Proceedings of a symposium
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The main aim of the symposium is to develop a comprehensive overview of what is already known about dairy marketing systems and policies in sub-Saharan Africa and to identify key research problems so as to facilitate a coordinated research effort among interested parties. The symposium was organised in six parts: A general review of dairy production, marketing, international trade and food aid in sub-Saharan Africa; dairy technologies and dairy processing, with a focus on supporting smallholder production and marketing; dairy demand and consumption patterns; marketing efficiency; dairy marketing and dairy policies in various countries; and primary data collection problems, focusing on survey planning and non-sampling errors in dairy marketing research. The symposium do not address methodological issues and problems in dairy marketing research.