Dairy and Livestock Brochure

Originally published on September 9, 2014.

Smallholder farmers – including many women – can benefit from increased demand for animal-sourced products. But, a concerted effort is needed to enhance productivity, increase market access and decrease transaction costs. This four-page brochure details our approach to achieving these objectives.
 

 
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