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Market-based livestock provision

Livestock provision is a core element and often part of broader livestock interventions. Livestock interventions are part of long-term development programmes to support vulnerable households to better manage their livestock assets and of emergency intervention, mainly in the aftermath or recovery phase of the emergency in order to protect and restore this fundamental asset. Livestock provision helps vulnerable households to increase their assets base or offset losses, contributing to their financial capital and ability to cope with natural hazard events. This guideline helps programme managers, advisers and all staff working on livestock interventions to better select, design and implement the most appropriate livestock provision modality in their context, with the overall aim to promote market-based approaches.
Author: Concern Worldwide
Language: English
Pubished By: Concern Worldwide
Pubished date: March 2020

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