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Small-Scale Livestock Development and Extension Techniques Course - Training or Development Class in Nairobi, Kenya on November 2017 by Indepth Research Services

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Small-Scale Livestock Development and Extension Techniques Course


Training or Development Class Title
Small-Scale Livestock Development and Extension Techniques Course
Event Type
Training or Development Class
Training or Development Class Date
13-11-2017 to 17-11-2017
Location
Nairobi, Kenya

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Agriculture
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Event: Small-Scale Livestock Development and Extension Techniques Course

Venue: Nairobi, Kenya

Event Date: 13th – 17th November 2017.

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INTRODUCTION

The rapidly growing demand for livestock products worldwide is brought about by human population pressure, growing income and urbanization. Land use and human population pressures are leading to intensification and expansion in many livestock production systems. In addition, expansion of cropping into drier areas is forcing pastoral livestock production systems to relocate into still more arid lands. As a result of these changes new pressures on the environment are developing or could emerge and, therefore, should be of concern.

Livestock make an important contribution to most economies. It produce food, provide security, enhance crop production, generate cash incomes for rural and urban populations, provide fuel and transport, and produce value added goods which can have multiplier effects and create a need for services. Furthermore, livestock diversify production and income, provide year-round employment, and spread risk. Livestock also form a major capital reserve of farming households. This training course is designed to provide a guideline to participants’ in small scale livestock production and management as a source of livelihoods.

DURATION

5 days

WHO SHOULD ATTEND?

This course is intended for various actors in the Agriculture Extension (Agricultural extension officers, senior agricultural officials and policy makers) working with communities, in governments, funding agencies, Research organizations and non-government organizations among others for Agriculture support activities and other Development programmes.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

By the end of the course, learners will be able to:

  • Understand the nutritional needs and feeds management for livestock
  • Gain insight on financial management in livestock development projects
  • Gain skills on livestock health management
  • Learn skills on the resources required for starting a livestock related projects
  • Understand various uses of the products and by products in the livestock production projects
  • Gain skills on technologies involved in livestock production
  • Gain knowledge on how to strengthen farmer participation in livestock projects

TOPICS TO BE COVERED

Planning for Livestock Development Projects

  • Overview of small-scale livestock development
  • Production resources analysis
  • Critical analysis in livestock production system
  • Basic economic analysis and financing for small-scale livestock development projects
  • Livestock products marketing

Livestock Nutrition and Health

  • Overview of animal nutrition and health management
  • Nutrition needs and feed management for poultry, cattle and small ruminants
  • Utilization of crops, by products, and crop nutrition
  • Sanitation and epidemic control

Animal Production Extension

  • Farmers’ knowledge, attitudes and practices (KAP)
  • KAP data analysis and utilization for extension development
  • Planning and implementing farmers’ training programs

Farmers’ Institution Strengthening

  • Participatory problem analysis and development planning
  • Strategies and approaches for farmers empowerment
  • Improving livestock Infrastructures
  • Institutional and financial empowerment of livestock farmers
  • Formation of sustainable livestock farmers organizations

Role of Technology in Small-Scale Livestock Development

  • Participatory monitoring and evaluation techniques
  • ICT application in livestock management
  • Application of GIS and RS in livestock farming

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USD 1100
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