The Gender and Social Dimensions to Livestock Keeping in Africa: Implications for Animal Health Interventions

GALVmed has commissioned this report as an initial step towards formulating its gender strategy

Abstract

GALVmed has commissioned this report to evaluate the role of gender in livestock in sub Saharan Africa as an initial step towards formulating its gender strategy and implementation plan.

This is an output from the ‘Global Alliance For Livestock Veterinary Medicines (GALVmed): Phase 2 – Protecting Livestock and Saving Human Lives’ programme

Citation

Miller, B. The Gender and Social Dimensions to Livestock Keeping in Africa: Implications for Animal Health Interventions. (2011) 48 pp.

The Gender and Social Dimensions to Livestock Keeping in Africa: Implications for Animal Health Interventions

Published 1 January 2011