SDG - Longitudinal Monitoring Survey

Data and Resources

  • Longitudinal Monitoring Survey (Cycle 2 to 13) ...

    Longitudinal Monitoring Survey Database. Data collections is ongoing. The database currently covers Cycle 2 to 13

    WARNING: Data cleaning is on going. We remind users that data downloadable from the portal is for analysis ONLY. Any cleaning happening to these files WILL NOT affect the database but it should be reported to the main researcher (see Metadata for more information).

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  • Longitudinal Monitoring Survey (Cycle 2 to 13) ...

    Longitudinal Monitoring Survey Database. Data collections is ongoing. The database currently covers Cycle 2 to 13

    WARNING: Data cleaning is on going. We remind users that data downloadable from the portal is for analysis ONLY. Any cleaning happening to these files WILL NOT affect the database but it should be reported to the main researcher (see Metadata for more information).

    Available formats

  • SDG - Longitudinal training manual

    SDG - Longitudinal training manual

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  • Questionnaire English

    SDG - Longitudinal questionnaire in English language

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  • Questionnaire French

    SDG - Longitudinal questionnaire in French language

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Dataset metadata

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Dataset type Non-spatial
Abstract The project “Improved food and nutritional security from better utilisation of dairy cattle breed-types types in Senegal” (SDG), is led by the International Livestock Research Institute (ILRI), in partnership with the the Interstate School of Veterinary science and Medicine of Dakar, the University of Helsinki and Agrifood Research Finland. It is funded via the Finnish Government’s FoodAfrica Programme. SDG aims at: A) Determine the most appropriate dairy breed/cross-breed types for peri-urban dairy produc­tion systems in Senegal, and disseminate this infor­mation; B) Characterise the dairy germplasm production chain, and related policies, and use this infor­mation to develop a strategy for strengthened dairy germplasm production and delivery systems and ; C) Enhance local human, institutional and organi­zational capacity on accessing and promoting different breeds/cross-breeds of livestock. This dataset contains the Longitudinal Monitoring Survey. **WARNING:** Data cleaning is on going. We remind users that data downloadable from the portal is for analysis **ONLY**. Any cleaning happening to these files **WILL NOT** affect the database. Errors and inconsistencies **MUST** be reported to the project staff in charge of cleaning.
Principal investigator Karen Marshall
Partners Interstate School of Veterinary science and Medicine of Dakar, University of Helsinki and Agrifood Research Finland
Other researchers involved Jane Poole, Isabelle Baltenweck and others
Contact person Karen Marshall
Contact email K.Marshall@cgiar.org
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Data collected from 15/07/2013
Availability date To be defined
License Creative Commons Attribution
Release of confidential data? No
Consent obtained? No
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Project title Improved food and nutritional security from better utilisation of dairy cattle breed-types types in Senegal (SDG))
Project abstract SDG is led by the International Livestock Research Institute (ILRI), in partnership with the the Interstate School of Veterinary science and Medicine of Dakar, the University of Helsinki and Agrifood Research Finland. It is funded via the Finnish Government’s FoodAfrica Programme. SDG aims at: a) Determine the most appropriate dairy breed/cross-breed types for peri-urban dairy produc­tion systems in Senegal, and disseminate this infor­mation; B) Characterise the dairy germplasm production chain, and related policies, and use this infor­mation to develop a strategy for strengthened dairy germplasm production and delivery systems and ; C) Enhance local human, institutional and organi­zational capacity on accessing and promoting different breeds/cross-breeds of livestock.
Project website http://senegaldairy.wordpress.com/
Donor Ministry for Foreign Affairs of Finland
Partners Interstate School of Veterinary science and Medicine of Dakar, the University of Helsinki and Agrifood Research Finland
Start date 01/01/2012
End date 31/07/2015
Principal investigator Karen Marshall
Other staff involved Jane Poole, Isabelle Baltenweck and others
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