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Zambia - What Would it Take for Zambia’s Beef and Dairy Industries to Achieve Their Potential?

ABATTOIRS ADVERTISING AGRICULTURAL ACTIVITIES AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTION AGRICULTURE ANIMAL ANIMAL HEALTH ANIMAL HUSBANDRY ANIMAL PRODUCTS ANIMAL REPRODUCTION ANIMALS ARABLE LAND ARTIFICIAL INSEMINATION ARTIFICIAL INSEMINATION SERVICES BEEF BEEF CATTLE BEEF INDUSTRY BEEF PRODUCTION BEEF VALUE CHAIN BREED BREEDING BREEDING ANIMALS BREEDING STOCK BULLS BUTTER CALVING RATES CARCASS WEIGHT CATERING CATTLE CATTLE FARMERS CATTLE FARMING CATTLE FEED CATTLE HERD CATTLE HUSBANDRY CATTLE NUMBERS CATTLE OWNERSHIP CATTLE POPULATION CATTLE REARING SYSTEMS CATTLE SHEEP CEREALS CHEESE CHICKENS CLIMATIC CONDITIONS COMMERCE COMMERCIAL MILK PRODUCTION COMMODITY PRICES COMMON MARKET COMPARATIVE ADVANTAGE COMPETITIVE ADVANTAGE COMPETITIVENESS CONDENSED MILK CONSUMPTION OF MILK CONSUMPTION PATTERNS CONTAGIOUS BOVINE PLEUROPNEUMONIA CREAM CROP RESIDUES DAIRIES DAIRY DAIRY CATTLE DAIRY COOPERATIVES DAIRY COWS DAIRY EXPORT DAIRY EXPORTS DAIRY FARMERS DAIRY FARMING DAIRY INDUSTRIES DAIRY INDUSTRY DAIRY MARKETS DAIRY PLANT DAIRY PLANTS DAIRY PROCESSORS DAIRY PRODUCT DAIRY PRODUCTS DAIRY SECTOR DAIRY TRADE DAIRYING DEMAND GROWTH DISEASE CONTROL DISEASE OUTBREAKS DISEASE PREVENTION DOMESTIC DEMAND DOMESTIC MARKET DOMESTIC MARKETS DRAFT POWER DRY SEASON EAST COAST FEVER ECONOMIC GROWTH EGGS EXOTIC BREEDS EXPENDITURE EXPORT MARKETS FARM FARMER FARMS FAST FOOD FATTENING FEED FEED COSTS FEED INDUSTRY FEED MILLS FEEDING FEEDLOTS FEEDS FISH FISHERIES FISHING FODDER FODDER CROPS FOOD CONSUMPTION FOOD CONSUMPTION PATTERNS FOOD PRICES FOOD SAFETY FOOD SECURITY FOODS FORAGE FORESTRY FRESH MILK GOATS GRASSES GRAZING GRAZING AREA GRAZING LAND GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCT HAZARD HAZARDS HERDING HERDS HYGIENE INTERNATIONAL MARKET INTERNATIONAL MARKETS INTERNATIONAL TRADE LABOR FORCE LABOR PRODUCTIVITY LIVE ANIMALS LIVE WEIGHT LIVESTOCK LIVESTOCK ASSET LIVESTOCK DEVELOPMENT LIVESTOCK ENTERPRISES LIVESTOCK INDUSTRY LIVESTOCK KEEPING LIVESTOCK OWNERS LIVESTOCK POPULATION LIVESTOCK UNITS LOGISTICAL SUPPORT MAIZE MAIZE BRAN MARKET DEVELOPMENT MARKET PRICES MARKETING MEAT MEAT CONSUMPTION MEAT PRICE MEAT PROCESSING MEATS MILK MILK CONSUMPTION MILK POWDER MILK PRICE MILK PRICES MILK PRODUCTION MILK PRODUCTS MILK YIELD NATIONAL HERD NATIONAL LIVESTOCK NATURAL PASTURE OVERGRAZING PETS PIGS POLICY MAKERS POPULATION GROWTH POULTRY PRIVATE BREEDERS PRODUCERS PUBLIC GOOD PURCHASING RAW MILK REFRIGERATION RETAIL RETAILING RISK MANAGEMENT RURAL LIVELIHOODS SALE SALES SHEEP SICK ANIMALS SLAUGHTERING SMALL RUMINANTS SMALL-SCALE FARMERS SPICES SPREAD SUPERMARKETS SUPPLIERS SUPPLY CHAIN SUPPLY CHAINS SURPLUS TENURE SYSTEMS TRADITIONAL LIVESTOCK REARING TRANSACTION COSTS TRYPANOSOMOSIS TUBERCULOSIS TUBERS TURNOVER TYING VACCINATION SERVICES VETERINARY VETERINARY CARE VETERINARY CARE SERVICES VETERINARY CARE. VETERINARY DRUGS VETERINARY PRODUCTS VETERINARY SERVICE VETERINARY SERVICES VETS VITAMINS WILDLIFE WINE WORLD MARKET WORLD MARKETS
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World Bank
Africa | Sub-Saharan Africa | Southern Africa | Zambia
2012-03-19T10:13:07Z | 2012-03-19T10:13:07Z | 2011-06-01

This report is a window into a larger initiative, the jobs and prosperity: building Zambia's Competitiveness (JPC) program. The JPC program is a 'joint venture' between the governments of the Republic of Zambia, the Zambian private sector, the United Kingdom's Department for International Development (DFID), the African development bank group and the World Bank Group. As such, the report represents the collective efforts of many people who engaged in this work at different stages in the process. This report is part of a series produced by the World Bank's Africa Finance and Private Sector Development Unit (AFTFP). This report explores the potential contribution that the beef and dairy industries could make to jobs and prosperity in Zambia, and what it will take to achieve this potential. The Zambian government has been looking to increase growth and job creation, and the prosperity resulting from them, by developing a more competitive and diversified economy. This report explores the potential contribution that the beef and dairy industries could make to the government's ambition and sets out what it will take for the industries to achieve their potential. Two main factors provide Zambia with large potential for developing its beef and dairy industries: the country could sustain more than double its current population of cattle; the demand for beef and dairy products in the domestic and regional markets is likely to increase significantly. However, Zambia's beef and dairy industries are currently underperforming and uncompetitive.

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