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Uganda Dairy Supply Chain Risk Assessment

ADULT COWS AGRICULTURAL OUTPUT AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH ORGANIZATION AGRICULTURE ANIMAL ANIMAL BREEDS ANIMAL DISEASE ANIMAL DISEASE CONTROL ANIMAL DISEASES ANIMAL HEALTH ANIMAL HEALTH SERVICE ANIMAL PRODUCTS ANIMAL RESOURCES ANTHRAX ARID AREAS ARTIFICIAL INSEMINATION AVERAGE MILK PRODUCTION BEEF BENEFICIARY PARTICIPATION BIOGAS BREED BREEDS BRUCELLOSIS BUTTER CALF CALF MORTALITY CALVES CASH INCOME CATCHMENT AREA CATTLE CATTLE DISEASE CATTLE DISEASES CATTLE FARMERS CATTLE HERD CATTLE HERDERS CATTLE POPULATION CATTLE PRODUCTIVITY CENTRAL GOVERNMENT CENTRAL REGION CENTRAL REGIONS CHEESE CLIMATE CHANGE COMMERCIAL MILK PRODUCTION COMMUNAL GRAZING COMMUNAL LANDS COOPERATIVE MOVEMENT COPING MECHANISMS COWS CROP DIVERSIFICATION CROSSBREEDING DAILY BASIS DAIRIES DAIRY DAIRY ANIMALS DAIRY BOARD DAIRY BREEDS DAIRY CATTLE DAIRY CHAIN DAIRY COOPERATIVE DAIRY COOPERATIVES DAIRY CORPORATION DAIRY COW DAIRY COWS DAIRY DEVELOPMENT DAIRY FARM DAIRY FARMER DAIRY FARMERS DAIRY FARMING DAIRY HEIFERS DAIRY INDUSTRY DAIRY MARKET DAIRY OPERATIONS DAIRY PROCESSING DAIRY PROCESSOR DAIRY PROCESSORS DAIRY PRODUCER DAIRY PRODUCERS DAIRY PRODUCT DAIRY PRODUCTION DAIRY PRODUCTS DAIRY SECTOR DAIRY TRADE DEMAND FOR MILK DISEASE CONTROL DISEASE INCIDENCE DISEASE OUTBREAKS DISTRIBUTION OF MILK DISTRIBUTION OF MILK PRODUCTION DISTRICT LEVEL DOMESTIC ANIMALS DRY SEASON EXOTIC BREEDS FARM FARM SIZE FARMER FARMING COMMUNITIES FARMING SYSTEMS FARMS FEED FEEDING FINANCIAL INTERMEDIARIES FODDER FODDER SUPPLY FOOD SAFETY FRESH MILK GENETIC IMPROVEMENT GOATS GRAZING GRAZING LAND GRAZING SYSTEM GRAZING SYSTEMS HEMORRHAGIC DISEASE HERDS HOLSTEIN HOUSEHOLD INCOME HUMAN HEALTH INDUSTRIAL AREA LACK OF WATER LACTATION LENGTH LACTATIONS LEVELS OF VULNERABILITY LIVESTOCK LIVESTOCK FEEDS LIVESTOCK NUMBERS LIVESTOCK POPULATION LIVESTOCK PRODUCTION LIVESTOCK RESEARCH LIVESTOCK SECTOR LOCAL BREEDS LOSS OF MILK MEAT MILK MILK COLLECTION MILK COLLECTION CENTERS MILK CONSUMPTION MILK COOLER MILK COOLERS MILK HANDLING MILK MARKET MILK MARKETING MILK PRICE MILK PRICES MILK PROCESSORS MILK PRODUCERS MILK PRODUCTION MILK SALES MILK SUPPLY MILKED MILKING NATIONAL HERD NATIONAL MILK PRODUCTION NATURAL DISASTERS PADDOCKS PARASITIC DISEASES PASTORAL AREAS PASTORAL COMMUNITIES PASTORALISTS PASTURES PER CAPITA CONSUMPTION PIGS PNEUMONIA POST-HARVEST LOSSES POULTRY POVERTY ERADICATION PRIVATE VETERINARIANS PRODUCTION SYSTEMS RABIES RAW MILK REDUCED MILK PRODUCTION REGIONAL COLLABORATION REGIONAL DIFFERENCES REGIONAL DISTRIBUTION RESTAURANTS RIFT VALLEY FEVER RUMINANTS RURAL AREAS RURAL DEVELOPMENT RURAL HOUSEHOLDS SHEEP SMALLHOLDERS SPATIAL ANALYSIS STORAGE FACILITIES SUBSISTENCE SUBSISTENCE FARMING TOTAL MILK PRODUCTION TRYPANOSOMIASIS TUBERCULOSIS URBAN AREAS URBAN CENTER URBAN CENTERS URBAN MARKETS VACCINATION CAMPAIGN VACCINATION CAMPAIGNS VACCINES VETERINARIANS VETERINARY VETERINARY DRUGS VETERINARY LABORATORIES VETERINARY MEDICINE VETERINARY OFFICERS VETERINARY PARAPROFESSIONALS VETERINARY PRACTITIONERS VETERINARY PUBLIC VETERINARY SERVICES VETERINARY SYSTEM VILLAGES WILD ANIMALS WILDLIFE ZOONOTIC DISEASES
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Washington, DC
Africa | Uganda
2017-06-27T19:35:30Z | 2017-06-27T19:35:30Z | 2011-02

Cattle are one of the main instruments for economic (e.g., milk, meat, and cattle sale) and social (e.g., marriage, death, dispute settlement, and gift giving) exchange in Uganda. They serve as the main source of livelihood for a large majority of rural Ugandans, especially in the cattle corridor. Recent statistics demonstrate that the livestock sector contributes 13.1 percent of the agricultural gross domestic product (GDP) and 5 percent of the national GDP. Since 1991, the output of the livestock sector has grown on an average of 2.2 percent per annum, with most of the growth coming from the dairy sector. Dairy is an important and growing sector of Uganda's economy, and it is increasingly proving to be a lucrative livelihood option for a large number of households engaged in milk production and trade. Frequent realization of risks, however, impacts the performance of the supply chain. Effective management of these risks will require increased efforts to mitigate the identified risks and strengthen coping mechanisms. However, rather than a stand-alone risk management strategy, these efforts should be an integral component of a broader dairy development policy and strategy.

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