Participatory epidemiology and gender analysis to address small ruminant disease constraints in Livestock and Fish and Africa RISING project sites in Ethiopia

The participatory epidemiology and gender survey was conducted to better understand what the main livestock disease constraints are, how they affect different household, and how much men and women farmers know about their transmission. Also to define small ruminant diseases, their economic impacts and gender issues related with animal diseases and established gendered baseline data to monitor impact of future animal health interventions in small ruminants.Important differences in roles in animal health management related activities were observed, understanding of who does what within a household opens important entry points to target future interventions related to disease control.

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Source http://data.ilri.org/portal/dataset/participatoryepidemiologygender
Last Updated August 20, 2019, 11:18 (UTC)
Created August 20, 2019, 11:18 (UTC)