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Zambia - Livestock Development and Animal Health Project (Inglês)

The development objective of the Livestock Development and Animal Health Project is to improve the productivity of key livestock production systems for targeted female and male smallholder producers in selected areas of the recipient's territory. The project will have three components. The first component of the project is livestock services provision. The objectives of this component are to: 1) strengthen the zoonotic and contagious animal diseases surveillance and control systems, including laboratory diagnostic capacities; 2) build institutional capacity within the Ministry of Agriculture and Livestock (MoAL) to improve service delivery; and 3) improve the capacity to monitor food safety of facilities in the targeted project areas. The second component of the project is productive on-farm investments. The objective of this component is to improve productivity of identified production systems through grant support to on-farm investments. The third component of the project is project management. The objective of this component is to ensure efficient and timely delivery of project resources in accordance with its objectives.


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    Zambia - Livestock Development and Animal Health Project

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