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CAROL KERVENDirector, Odessa Centre Ltd.
2 The Ridgway, Great Wolford, Shipston-on-Stour, Warwickshire CV36 5NN, United Kingdom Tel.: +44 1608 674489, fax +44 1608 674489 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Internet: www.odessacentre.co.uk, www.cashmereworld.com Carol is director of Odessa Centre Ltd., a small, British-based research and consultancy company specializing on extensive livestock production and marketing. She is a social anthropologist focusing on pastoralism in Africa and Asia. From 1998 to 2006 she worked on livestock and cashmere marketing development with the USAID-funded Global Livestock Collaborative Research Support Program. She has led efforts to develop cashmere production and marketing in Kazakhstan and Kyrgyzstan, and has carried out consultancies on cashmere assessment and marketing in Tajikistan, Kyrgyzstan and Afghanistan.
GOPI KRISHNAManaging director, Mitan Handicrafts Development Pvt Ltd.
20 Milkman St, Camp, Belgaum 590 001, Karnataka, India E-mail: email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org Gopi is managing director of Mitan Handicrafts Development, a company that provides support services to NGOs, cooperatives and community institutions in product design and development, capacity building, technology, marketing and networking for craft-based sustainable livelihood initiatives in the semi-arid Deccan plateau, southern India. He previously worked as a project officer with Oxfam, Plan International and DFID.
ELIAMANI LALTAIKALecturer, Tumain University, Box 200, Iringa, Tanzania Tel.: +255 26 272 0902, +255 754 678 849 Mobile: +255 754678849 E-mail: email@example.com Internet: www.tumaini.ac.tz Eliamani is a Tanzanian lawyer specialized in intellectual property rights and environmental law. His current research interests include traditional knowledge, climate change, biodiversity conservation, human–wildlife conflict, and food security. He is a member of the Association of Environmental Law Lecturers of African Universities and legal adviser or resource person to a number of pastoralist NGOs in Tanzania.
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ZAMA MANDISI MADIKIZELAAgricultural liaison officer, Scientific Roets, 96 Hope St.
PO Box 461, Kokstad 4700, South Africa Tel./fax: +27 39 727 1515 Mobile: +27 82 329 0229 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Internet: www.scientificroets.com After completing his diploma in agriculture at Cedara College of Agriculture in South Africa, Zama worked as a marketing adviser with Stockowners Co-op Ltd, a large livestock marketing cooperative. In 2004 he joined Scientific Roets, a rural development company.
His tasks there include project management, developing learning materials and capacity building, social facilitation, project implementation, conducting feasibility studies and writing business plans. He is currently studying for an Associate in Management qualification at the University of Cape Town Graduate School of Business.
EVELYN MATHIASLeague for Pastoral Peoples and Endogenous Livestock Development Müllenberg 5a, 51515 Kürten, Germany Tel.: +49 2268 801691, fax +49 2268 801692 E-mail: email@example.com Internet: www.pastoralpeoples.org Evelyn is a German veterinarian with a doctorate from the University of Giessen in Germany, an MS in international development from Iowa State University, and a board certification in tropical veterinary medicine. She has over 25 years of experience in international development, focusing on livestock production and indigenous knowledge and worked with both universities and non-government organizations in India, Indonesia, Philippines, Thailand, Tunisia, and eastern Africa. She is a board member of the League for Pastoral Peoples and Endogenous Livestock Development.
MPHO MAZUBANEAgricultural liaison officer, Scientific Roets, 96 Hope St.
PO Box 461, Kokstad 4700, South Africa Tel./fax: +27 39 727 1515 Mobile: +27 73 937 9990 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Internet: www.scientificroets.com Mpho graduated with a national diploma in animal production from the Mangosuthu University of Technology in 2002, and then worked as a poultry technician with the University of KwaZulu-Natal and a private company. Since joining Scientific Roets in 2006, he has worked on capacity building, developing learning materials, reporting, proposal writing and assessing and moderating training. He is a registered assessor and moderator for the Agricultural Sector Education Training Authority in South Africa.
Adding value to livestock diversity PAUL MUNDY Independent consultant in development communication Müllenberg 5a, 51515 Kürten, Germany Tel.: +49 2268 801691, fax +49 2268 801692 E-mail: email@example.com Internet: www.mamud.com Paul is a British consultant in development communication. He holds a PhD in journalism and mass communications from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. He specializes in easy-to-understand extension materials, developed through intensive writeshops like the one used to produce this book. He also provides consultancy services throughout the developing world in various aspects of development communication.
MICHELE NORIFreelance consultant, agro-pastoral livelihoods and rural development Michele is a tropical agronomist with a PhD in development sociology. He has 12 years’ experience in different regions of the world in livelihood systems, natural resource management and food security in marginal areas, particularly with pastoral and agro-pastoral communities. He has worked with various organizations, including UN agencies, the European Union, international NGOs, government agencies, and international agricultural research institutes. He is particularly interested in community-based approaches and researchdevelopment interfaces.
NIKOLA RASS Formerly project manager, World Initiative for Sustainable Pastoralism (WISP) E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org At the time this book was written Nikola was project manager of the World Initiative for Sustainable Pastoralism, a global advocacy and capacity-building initiative that promotes sustainable pastoral development for poverty reduction and environmental management.
She was previously working at IFAD and FAO on sustainable drylands development and pastoralism. With a background as a geographer, she is interested in integrated development approaches, drylands and pastoralism. She now works with the UN Convention to Combat Desertification in Bonn, Germany.
director of the Foundation for Environment and Development (FEDEV). He lectures on environmental law at the University of Dschang, Cameroon. He contributes to the formulation and drafting of national and international environmental regulations, and provides legal counsel to government institutions and international NGOs and projects.
SABINE SCHMIDTProgramme director, Initiative for People Centered Conservation (IPECON), New Zealand Nature Institute (NZNI), Mongolia Office, Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia E-mail: email@example.com Internet: www.nzni.org.mn Sabine is programme director of IPECON, which supports community-driven conservation and people-centred development to protect biodiversity and overcome poverty. Her work in Mongolia and elsewhere in East and Central Asia has been on community-based conservation and protected areas, mobile pastoral land use and livelihoods, and capacity building for NGOs. She has worked with various development agencies and NGOs, and has researched on common property resource management, rural livelihoods and communitybased approaches to biodiversity conservation.
JULIETA VON THÜNGENSenior researcher, National Institute of Agricultural Technology, Agricultural Experimental Station Bariloche (INTA) CC 277, Bariloche, Río Negro 8400, Argentina Tel.: +54 2944 429862 ext 226, fax +54 2944 422731 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Internet: www.inta.gov.ar/bariloche Julieta is an ecologist interested in the sustainable use of biodiversity. Her interests include rangelands related to wildlife management and maintaining biodiversity within agricultural ecosystems. Her focus is on developing fibre production from wild South American camelids, and promoting value chains of their products. She has developed systems to manage wild and captive guanacos, and is involved in the production and marketing of guanaco and cashmere fibre in Patagonia.
SABYR TOIGOINBAEVAnimal fibre adviser, German Technical Cooperation (GTZ), Kyrgyzstan E-mail: email@example.com Sabyr is a livestock expert who specializes in organizing farmer cooperatives, cashmere goat breeding, and fibre production. Under the GTZ goat project, he has helped form a farmers’ association for cashmere goats, conducted training for farmers on cashmere goat breeding, feeding, combing and sorting of fibres. In 2008 he joined with Odessa Centre Ltd. to manage a technical assessment of cashmere, market promotion and farmer training for the Aga Khan Foundation. He has since helped set up an elite cashmere goat breeding project in Kyrgyzstan.
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JACOB WANYAMAAfrica Coordinator, LIFE (Local Livestock for Empowerment) Network Mobile: +254 736 520043, E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Wanyama is a veterinarian with over 20 years of experience in livestock development in East and Southern Africa, where he has worked in government and international development organizations and has implemented community-based livestock development projects. He has conducted extensive research on livestock practices used by pastoralists. Until 2008 he was country director for VETAID in Mozambique. He is currently the Africa Coordinator of the LIFE Network, an organization that seeks to empower local livestock keepers through the use of their local breeds.
FAO TECHNICAL PAPERS
FAO ANIMAL PRODUCTION AND HEALTH PAPERS
1 Animal breeding: selected articles from the World Animal Review, 1977 (C E F S) 2 Eradication of hog cholera and African swine fever, 1976 (E F S) 3 Insecticides and application equipment for tsetse control, 1977 (E F) 4 New feed resources, 1977 (E/F/S) 5 Bibliography of the criollo cattle of the Americas, 1977 (E/S) 6 Mediterranean cattle and sheep in crossbreeding, 1977 (E F) 7 The environmental impact of tsetse control operations, 1977 (E F) 7 Rev. 1 The environmental impact of tsetse control operations, 1980 (E F) 8 Declining breeds of Mediterranean sheep, 1978 (E F) 9 Slaughterhouse and slaughterslab design and construction, 1978 (E F S) 10 Treating straw for animal feeding, 1978 (C E F S) 11 Packaging, storage and distribution of processed milk, 1978 (E) 12 Ruminant nutrition: selected articles from the World Animal Review, 1978 (C E F S) 13 Buffalo reproduction and artiﬁcial insemination, 1979 (E*) 14 The African trypanosomiases, 1979 (E F) 15 Establishment of dairy training centres, 1979 (E) 16 Open yard housing for young cattle, 1981 (Ar E F S) 17 Proliﬁc tropical sheep, 1980 (E F S) 18 Feed from animal wastes: state of knowledge, 1980 (C E) 19 East Coast fever and related tick-borne diseases, 1980 (E) 20/1 Trypanotolerant livestock in West and Central Africa – Vol. 1. General study, 1980 (E F) 20/2 Trypanotolerant livestock in West and Central Africa – Vol. 2. Country studies, 1980 (E F) 20/3 Le bétail trypanotolérant en Afrique occidentale et centrale – Vol. 3. Bilan d’une décennie, 1988 (F) 21 Guideline for dairy accounting, 1980 (E) 22 Recursos genéticos animales en América Latina, 1981 (S) 23 Disease control in semen and embryos, 1981 (C E F S) 24 Animal genetic resources – conservation and management, 1981 (C E) 25 Reproductive efﬁciency in cattle, 1982 (C E F S) 26 Camels and camel milk, 1982 (E) 27 Deer farming, 1982 (E) 28 Feed from animal wastes: feeding manual, 1982 (C E) 29 Echinococcosis/hydatidosis surveillance, prevention and control: FAO/UNEP/WHO guidelines, 1982 (E) 30 Sheep and goat breeds of India, 1982 (E) 31 Hormones in animal production, 1982 (E) 32 Crop residues and agro-industrial by-products in animal feeding, 1982 (E/F) 33 Haemorrhagic septicaemia, 1982 (E F) 34 Breeding plans for ruminant livestock in the tropics, 1982 (E F S) 35 Off-tastes in raw and reconstituted milk, 1983 (Ar E F S) 36 Ticks and tick-borne diseases: selected articles from the World Animal Review, 1983 (E F S) 37 African animal trypanosomiasis: selected articles from the World Animal Review, 1983 (E F) 38 Diagnosis and vaccination for the control of brucellosis in the Near East, 1982 (Ar E) 39 Solar energy in small-scale milk collection and processing, 1983 (E F) 40 Intensive sheep production in the Near East, 1983 (Ar E) 41 Integrating crops and livestock in West Africa, 1983 (E F) 42 Animal energy in agriculture in Africa and Asia, 1984 (E/F S) 43 Olive by-products for animal feed, 1985 (Ar E F S) 44/1 Animal genetic resources conservation by management, data banks and training, 1984 (E) 44/2 Animal genetic resources: cryogenic storage of germplasm and molecular engineering, 1984 (E) 45 Maintenance systems for the dairy plant, 1984 (E) 46 Livestock breeds of China, 1984 (E F S) 47 Réfrigération du lait à la ferme et organisation des transports, 1985 (F) 48 La fromagerie et les variétés de fromages du bassin méditerranéen, 1985 (F) 49 Manual for the slaughter of small ruminants in developing countries, 1985 (E) 50 Better utilization of crop residues and by-products in animal feeding:
research guidelines – 1.
State of knowledge, 1985 (E) 50/2 Better utilization of crop residues and by-products in animal feeding: