Your livestock mapped out
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CTA. 2002. Your livestock mapped out. Spore 102. CTA, Wageningen, The Netherlands.
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Mapping poverty and livestock in the developing world Published by the International Livestock Research Institute (ILRI), including a CD- ROM, 2002. 124 pp. ISBN 92 9146 109 1 Online version available at www.dfid.gov.uk and www.ilri.org
In the search of ways for improving the livelihoods of people, there is a need to understand and define the problems. To do this accurately, good data are a prerequisite. The International Livestock Research Institute (ILRI) did its bit in the field of livestock and poverty. The resulting publication reads like an atlas with data in tables and in the form of maps, including data on poverty distribution, population densities, rangelands, animal production systems and animal densities. Besides valuable data, the atlas also hazards some prophecies on how the situation will be in 2050. A nice piece of work, including many, surprisingly detailed, world maps. Good basic material for researchers, policy-makers and planners in the field of livestock-related production systems. Mapping poverty and livestock in the developing world Published by the International Livestock Research Institute (ILRI), including a CD- ROM, 2002. 124 pp. ISBN 92 9146 109 1 ILRI Information Services PO Box 5689, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia Email: ILRI-Ethiopia@cgiar.org Online version available at www.dfid.gov.uk and www.ilri.org
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