Smallholder Pig Value Chains Development (SPVCD) & Safe Food, Fair Food (SFFF) - Pig Bio Data

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Created Friday 22nd of January, 2016
Last updated Tuesday 17th of April, 2018
Dataset type Non-spatial
Abstract SPVCD aims to increase the productivity of small-scale pig systems in sustainable ways, making meat more available and affordable to poor consumers across Uganda & SFFF is working to improve the livelihoods of the poor by reducing the health risks associated with pig-sourced food and by improving nutrition and market access for smallholders.
How this dataset could be used by others comparative analysis, as baseline data for M&E, laboratory metaanalysis (cross-reactivity of tests, cross-infections…) as we are aiming to add all lab data on approx. 10 different pig diseases that were investigated as part of this survey
Principal investigator Danilo Pezo, Delia Grace
Principal investigator email pezodanilo@yahoo.com, d.grace@cgiar.org
Partners NAROs, Government, academia
Other researchers involved Michel Dione, Kristina Roesel
Contact person Michel Dione
Contact email m.dione@cgiar.org
Custodian Michel Dione
Custodian email m.dione@cgiar.org
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Data collected from 01/04/2013
Data collected to 31/12/2015
License cc-by-nc-sa
Release of confidential data? No
Consent obtained? No

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Project title Smallholder Pig Value Chains Development (SPVCD) & Safe Food, Fair Food (SFFF) - Pig Bio Data
Project abstract SPVCD aims to increase the productivity of small-scale pig systems in sustainable ways, making meat more available and affordable to poor consumers across Uganda & SFFF is working to improve the livelihoods of the poor by reducing the health risks associated with pig-sourced food and by improving nutrition and market access for smallholders.
Project website http://livestockfish.cgiar.org/focus/uganda/ & http://safefoodfairfood.ilri.org/
Grant code IFA021 & GIZ003/ CG4010
Donor IFAD-EC & GIZ/ CRP A4NH
Partners VEDCO, Makerere University, national and local government, Freie Universtitaet Berlin
Start date 01/01/2012
End date 31/12/2015
Principal investigator Danilo Pezo, Delia Grace
Other staff involved Michel Dione, Kristina Roesel, Joyce Akol, Joseph Erume, Angella Musewa, Joseph Kungu
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