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Outline of proposed livestock identification and traceability research activities in Loliondo

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Presentation by Florence Mutua at a livestock identification and traceability planning workshop, Loliondo, Tanzania, 6 November 2014.

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Outline of proposed livestock identification and traceability research activities in Loliondo

  1. 1. Outline of proposed livestock identification and traceability research activities in Loliondo Florence Mutua Livestock identification and traceability planning workshop Loliondo, Tanzania 6 November 2014
  2. 2. PRESENTATION OUTLINE • Overview of what we have done: stakeholder consultations and initial market visits • Then describe what we propose to do: approach and database system
  3. 3. Stakeholder consultations
  4. 4. Stakeholder consultations
  5. 5. Past: Stakeholder consultations
  6. 6. We visited some of the markets in Ngorongoro and Longindo
  7. 7. LLongindo market
  8. 8. Wasso market
  9. 9. Soit sambu market
  10. 10. The previous activity has helped us in better understanding of local market routes and identify the one(s) to include in the pilot research
  11. 11. What we propose to do:- • Have a better understanding of the local market routes • Identify one key market route to include in the study • At this market • Sensitize traders- local workshop • Set up a crush to facilitate restraint • Implement research • Identify cattle (ear tags, other- back tags, paint) • Capture entry and exit details - markets
  12. 12. We will seek owners consent to participate in the study (identify + provide details)
  13. 13. Brief of what we are doing (similar research) in Kenya
  14. 14. Other markets
  15. 15. Slaughter level
  16. 16. Data are quickly collected using mobile phones
  17. 17. Why LITS • Disease control / surveillance • Market access • Food safety • Ownership / theft control • Other uses- breeding, access to credits
  18. 18. ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS • AU- IBAR / ICPALD • TANLITS • National goverments • Traders, local leadership
  19. 19. The presentation has a Creative Commons licence. You are free to re-use or distribute this work, provided credit is given to ILRI. better lives through livestock ilri.org THANK YOU

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