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Outline of proposed pilot livestock identification and traceability activities in Uganda


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Presentation by Florence Mutua and Bernard Bett at a livestock identification and traceability planning workshop, Soroti, Uganda, 22-23 July 2014.

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Outline of proposed pilot livestock identification and traceability activities in Uganda

  1. 1. Outline of proposed pilot livestock identification and traceability activities in Uganda Florence Mutua and Bernard Bett Livestock identification and traceability planning workshop Soroti, Uganda 22-23 July 2014
  2. 2. Presentation outline •What we have done: the preliminary mapping activities •Overview of the proposed approach
  3. 3. Why we planned for the preliminary field activities in the region •To better understand the beef value chain in the region - talk to traders, visit markets, abattoirs •Which are the source and destination markets (and slaughterhouses)? •Assessment of other parameters that could aid surveillance
  4. 4. WHICH MARKETS? We collected data from a number of markets, to… 0 100 200 300 400 500 600 700 capacities traded (estimated) livestock markets cattle shoats chicken •Determine capacities of the markets •Determine key primary and secondary markets receiving cattle from Karamoja These are reported estimates for different species
  5. 5. ARAPAI BUKEDEA KOTIDO (Kanawat) MOROTO (Naitakwae) WHICH MARKETS? cont. Existing infrastructure
  6. 6. 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 40 45 50 Number of animals slaughtered/day Name of abattoir cattle small stock WHICH SLAUGHTERHOUSES? We asked about the numbers of animals slaughtered each day, also infrastructure data Source of slaughtered animals Where meat is consumed Busia Kotido, Nakapiripirit, Katakwi, Western Uganda (Ctakwanzi, Kirahura) etc. Local Mbale Karamoja, Bukedea, Palissa, Iganga etc. Local Soroti Karamoja, Teso, Busoga etc. Local Busia slaughterhouse records
  8. 8. Evidence of bolus recovery at the slaughterhouses
  9. 9. What we have proposed to do for the livestock identification and traceability system (LITS) pilot – see also print out
  10. 10. Primary markets •Identify animals with CTPP ear tags and confirm if rumen bolus is present; obtain seller and animal details; apply other id devices •When exiting market- trader details and next destination Secondary markets •If entry, ID, source details, if exit, trader details and next destination •Stock check - use system to establish ownership and source details •New entries (bolus ID) - registration details are captured and animal entered into database Abattoir level •Most recent markets where the animal is coming from, ID details, sampling, meat inspection results SUMMARY OF PROPOSED APPROACH
  11. 11. Coming next Overview of the proposed pilot database
  12. 12. Quick overview of activities at the Dagoretti slaughterhouses Dr Njoroge
  13. 13. Acknowledgements •Government/CVOs •DVOs •AU- IBAR/ICPALD •Private sector •Traders, local leadership
  14. 14. 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 THANK YOU