Next steps of the Livestock NAMA in Costa Rica: Synthesis of stakeholder consultations and rapid assessment of their current status
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Chacón M, Segura J, Jenkins A, Fallas M, Villanueva DOC, Chacón A, Abarca S, Ordoñez JC, Farnworth CR, Arango J, Rosenstock TS. 2015. Next steps of the Livestock NAMA in Costa Rica: Synthesis of stakeholder consultations and rapid assessment of their current status. CCAFS Info Note. Copenhagen, Denmark: CGIAR Research Program on Climate Change, Agriculture and Food Security (CCAFS).
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Livestock NAMA in Costa Rica aims to transform the livestock production sector to achieve ecocompetitive livestock farming. n Public-private-academic partnerships evaluate and co-develop the technical and institutional building blocks of the NAMA. n The key components of NAMA development in its first pilot phase (2013-2021) are well on the track to develop a robust proposal for scaling out and implementation of the goals proposed by 2030.
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