Skip navigation

Economic & Sector Work :: Other Agricultural Study

The Livestock and Horticulture Value Chains in Swaziland : Challenges and Opportunities

ABATTOIRS ACCESS TO IRRIGATION AGRICULTURAL ACTIVITIES AGRICULTURAL COMMODITIES AGRICULTURAL DEVELOPMENT AGRICULTURAL FINANCE AGRICULTURAL LAND AGRICULTURAL OUTPUT AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTION AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTIVITY AGRICULTURAL SECTOR AGRICULTURAL SECTOR POLICIES AGRO-ECOLOGICAL REGIONS ANIMAL ANIMAL BREEDING ANIMAL HEALTH ANIMAL HEALTH CARE ANIMAL HEALTH SERVICES ANIMAL HUSBANDRY ANIMAL NUTRITION ANIMAL PRODUCTION ANIMALS BEEF BEEF CATTLE BEEF INDUSTRY BEEF PRODUCTION BEEF VALUE CHAIN BENEFIT SHARING BIOGAS BREED BREEDING PROGRAM BREEDING RANCHES BREEDING STOCK BREEDS BULLS BUSH FIRES CALVES CAPACITY BUILDING CASH CROPS CASH FLOW CASH-CROP CATTLE CATTLE BREEDING CATTLE FARMERS CATTLE FATTENING CATTLE INDUSTRY CATTLE OWNERS CATTLE POPULATION CATTLE PRODUCTION CATTLE RANCHES CATTLE SECTOR COMMERCIAL AGRICULTURE COMMERCIAL FARMERS COMMUNAL LAND COMMUNAL LANDS COMMUNAL NATURAL PASTURES COMMUNITY PARTICIPATION COWS CROP PRODUCTION CROP RESIDUES DAIRY DAIRY CATTLE DAIRY PRODUCTIVITY DAIRY PRODUCTS DISEASE CONTROL DIVERSIFICATION DOMESTIC CONSUMPTION DRY SEASONS ECOLOGICAL ZONES EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES EXOTIC BREEDS EXPORT MARKETS EXTENSION AGENTS EXTREME POVERTY FARM FARM ACTIVITIES FARM MACHINERY FARM PRODUCTION FARM PRODUCTIVITY FARMER FARMER GROUPS FARMING ACTIVITIES FARMING HOUSEHOLDS FARMING SYSTEMS FARMS FATTENING FATTENING RANCHES FEED FEED COSTS FEED CROPS FEED MIXERS FEEDER STOCK FEEDING FEEDLOTS FEEDS FODDER FODDER PRODUCTION FOOD AID FOOD AVAILABILITY FOOD CONSUMPTION FOOD INDUSTRY FOOD INSECURITY FOOD PREFERENCES FOOD PRODUCTION FOOD SAFETY FOOD SECURITY FOOD SELF-SUFFICIENCY FOOD SUPPLY FORAGE GENETIC IMPROVEMENT GENETIC MATERIAL GLOBAL MARKETS GOATS GRAZING GRAZING LAND GRAZING MANAGEMENT GRAZING PRESSURE GRAZING RESOURCES HERDS HOUSEHOLD INCOME HOUSING IMPROVED GENETICS INCIDENCE OF POVERTY INCOME DISTRIBUTION INCOME GENERATION IRRIGATION LAND LAW LAND OWNERSHIP LAND PRODUCTIVITY LAND TENURE LAND TITLES LIVE ANIMALS LIVE WEIGHT LIVESTOCK LIVESTOCK DEVELOPMENT LIVESTOCK DEVELOPMENT POLICY LIVESTOCK DISTRIBUTION LIVESTOCK ENTERPRISES LIVESTOCK EXTENSION LIVESTOCK FARMERS LIVESTOCK HOLDING LIVESTOCK INDUSTRY LIVESTOCK MARKET LIVESTOCK MARKETING LIVESTOCK MARKETING SYSTEMS LIVESTOCK NUMBERS LIVESTOCK NUTRITION LIVESTOCK OWNER LIVESTOCK PRODUCERS LIVESTOCK PRODUCTION LIVESTOCK RESEARCH LIVESTOCK SALES LIVESTOCK SECTOR LIVESTOCK SERVICES LIVESTOCK SPECIES LIVESTOCK SUBSECTOR LOCAL FARMERS MANURE MEAT MEAT INDUSTRY NATIONAL HERD NATURAL DISASTERS NATURAL PASTURE OVERGRAZING PASTORALISTS PIG PIGS PLANT PROTECTION POULTRY POVERTY ALLEVIATION POVERTY LINE POVERTY RATE POVERTY REDUCTION POVERTY REDUCTION STRATEGY PRIVATE VETERINARIANS PRODUCER ORGANIZATIONS PRODUCTION SYSTEMS PRODUCTION TECHNOLOGY RANCHES RANGE MANAGEMENT RANGELAND RANGELAND DEGRADATION RANGELAND MANAGEMENT RANGELAND RESOURCES RANGELANDS RED MEAT REGIONAL LEVEL REGIONAL MARKETS RURAL AREAS RURAL DEVELOPMENT RURAL ECONOMY RURAL GROWTH RURAL HOUSEHOLDS RURAL INFRASTRUCTURE RURAL POOR RURAL ROADS RURAL SECTOR SANITATION SHEEP SHEEP POPULATION SLAUGHTERING SMALL FARMERS SMALL PLOTS OF LAND SMALL-SCALE FARMERS SMALL-SCALE FARMING SMALL-SCALE PRODUCERS SMALLHOLDER AGRICULTURE SMALLHOLDER CATTLE SMALLHOLDER FARMERS SMALLHOLDER PRODUCERS SMALLHOLDER PRODUCTION SMALLHOLDER SECTOR SMALLHOLDER SYSTEMS SMALLHOLDERS SOIL DEGRADATION STOCKING RATES SUB-REGION SUBSISTENCE SUBSISTENCE FARMING TENURE SYSTEMS TROPICAL LIVESTOCK UNIT VEGETABLE CROPS VEGETABLE PRODUCTION VEGETABLES VETERINARY VETERINARY ASSISTANTS VETERINARY SERVICES VULNERABILITY ASSESSMENT
65
0

Attachments [ 0 ]

There are no files associated with this item.

More Details

Washington, DC
Africa | Swaziland | Eswatini
2013-03-15T15:32:52Z | 2013-03-15T15:32:52Z | 2011-06-27

The specific objective of this policy note is to derive insights that can contribute to rapid and sustainable integration of small-scale farmers into the livestock and horticulture value chains in Swaziland. It seeks to do this by identifying constraints that may be contributing to poor performance in the two value chains, evaluating technological options that could improve productivity, and identifying priority areas for future government interventions. The livestock and the horticulture value chains were selected for in-depth analysis because they both are important to Swaziland, and have the potential to become even more important in the future.

Comments

(Leave your comments here about this item.)

Item Analytics

Select desired time period