The financing and staffing of livestock services in sub-Saharan Africa: A cross country analysis
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Examines how livestock services are financed in different African countries, analyses the factors which seem to determine the present pattern of government recurrent expenditure and staffing, the relationship between policy instruments employed by governments and the quantity and quality of services provided, and draws the implications for policy from the findings of the study. Describes the past pattern of expenditure and staffing; discusses this pattern in terms of staff and non-staff categories of total recurrent expenditure, and sources of funding; and looks at the evolution of livestock expenditure and staffing.