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                            INVESTING IN THE LIVESTOCK SECTOR - Why Good Numbers Matter
	TABLE OF CONTENTS
		PREFACE
		ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS
		TABLES, FIGURES and BOXES
		ABBREVIATIONS and ACRONYMS
INTRODUCTION
PART I.
DEMAND AND SUPPLY OF LIVESTOCK DATA: GAPS AND ISSUES
	1.1	THE BASICS OF A PROPER LIVESTOCK STATISTICAL SYSTEM
	1.2 CORE LIVESTOCK DATA AND INDICATORS
	1.3 DATA AND INDICATORS FOR EVIDENCE-BASED LIVESTOCK POLICIES 
AND INVESTMENTS
	1.4  DATA COLLECTION SYSTEMS AND LIVESTOCK INDICATORS: 
GAPS AND PRIORITY ISSUES
PART II.
METHODS TO IMPROVE THE QUANTITY 
AND QUALITY OF LIVESTOCK DATA
	2. 1 COHERENT AND COMPREHENSIVE INFORMATION: 
DESIGNING A LIVESTOCK QUESTIONNAIRE FOR AGRICULTURAL 
AND INTEGRATED HOUSEHOLD SURVEYS
	2.2 IMPROVING LIVESTOCK DATA QUALITY: EXPERIMENTS FOR BETTER SURVEY QUESTIONNAIRES
	2.3 PHYSICAL MEASURES OF PRODUCTION FOR BETTER STATISTICS: 
THE LIVESTOCK TECHNICAL CONVERSION FACTORS
	2.4 INSTITUTIONAL CHANGES TO IMPROVE THE QUANTITY AND QUALITY OF ADMINISTRATIVE LIVESTOCK DATA
PART III.
LIVESTOCK DATA FOR DECISION MAKING: EVIDENCE AND EXAMPLES
	3.1  ESTIMATING LIVESTOCK NUMBERS: EXAMPLES FROM COUNTING ANIMALS IN WEST AFRICA
	3.2  PEOPLE AND LIVESTOCK: 
LIVELIHOOD ANALYSIS USING THE LIVESTOCK MODULE 
FOR INTEGRATED HOUSEHOLD SURVEYS
	3.3 DATA INTEGRATION TO MEASURE LIVESTOCK AND LIVELIHOODS 
IN UGANDA
	3.4 COMPLEMENTING SURVEY DATA ON QUANTITY WITH 
QUALITATIVE INFORMATION: THE MARKET FOR ANIMAL-SOURCE 
FOODS IN TANZANIA AND UGANDA
	3.5	CONSTRAINTS: COMBINING MICRO-DATA WITH FARMERS’ VIEWS
RECOMMENDATIONS
REFERENCES
                        

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