2 edition of Women"s livestock production and natural resources in Pakistan found in the catalog.
Women"s livestock production and natural resources in Pakistan
by Environment and Policy Institute, East-West Center in Honolulu, Hawaii (1777 East-West Rd., Honolulu 96848)
Written in English
|Statement||by Carol Carpenter.|
|Series||Working paper ;, no. 26, Working paper (East-West Environment and Policy Institute (Honolulu, Hawaii)) ;, no. 26.|
|LC Classifications||HD6073.A292 P183 1991|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 26 p. :|
|Number of Pages||26|
|LC Control Number||91193238|
Provincial Distribution of Livestock Population Species Punjab Sindh NWFP Baluchistan Buffalo 64 28 7 1 Cattle 46 27 21 6 Goats 37 24 16 23 Sheep 26 16 12 46 Camel 23 28 8 41 Horses 54 19 14 13 Mules 44 9 45 2 Donkeys 55 19 15 11 PUNJAB It is evident form Table that nearly two third of buffalo and half of the cattle population of Pakistan. The Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC) takes legal actions and runs an online petition to stop the spread of superbugs in meat production. They promote healthier living conditions for chickens, pigs, and cows to improve public health and decrease the environmental impact of livestock.
This Presentation defines progress and the potential of Livestock sector in Pakistan. extending credit especially to women for livestock development and for this purpose Pakistan has specified PKR Million in its annual budget of (Directorate of Livestock Production Research Institute) ( and Various Issues) 5th. Pakistan is considered among the leading raw milk producing countries. Unlike the production systems in the developed countries, milk production systems in Pakistan represent smallholding with subsistence- or market-oriented-level farming followed by peri-urban or commercial-level farming. Historically, dairy sector has been owned and managed by the private sector.
livestock assets in Pakistan. Livestock Population Profile In Pakistan, livestock census is conducted every 10 years with the recent past census performed in According to the earlier three census reports, the livestock number consistently increased and recorded an average annual growth of % during to (Table 2). the poorest region of Pakistan (Alff, ) where most of the human population relies on livestock for their livelihood, women is mostly engaged to livestock management (Ashraf et al. ). Cholistan is an extension of Great Indian Desert (Khan et al. ), which occupies about % of the total area of.
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Resource-poor small and marginal farmers and landless labourers own majority of the livestock resources. Hence sustainable development of the livestock sector would lead to more inclusive development and empowerment of women (Anonymous, ).
Women’s typical role within a livestock production system is different from regionFile Size: KB. Livestock contribute about 50% of the Agricultural GDP. In most of the rural area of the Pakistan women are actively involved in the livestock production activities.
Present study was planed to investigate the role of rural women in the livestock production in Teh. Faisalabad. A multistage random sampling method was used to collect the data form 8 villages regarding the livestock production Cited by: Women in Livestock: In the systems of mixed farming, livestock is the one which plays an important role and is the one which supports the rural women by improving their status and the situations financially.
Most of the women are involved in the livestock. Women share equal responsibility with men in taking care of the animals which are part of livestock.
In order to highlight the actual performance of livestock production and livestock and poultry products, the study explored the relationship between agricultural GDP and livestock product output, including milk, beef, mutton, poultry meat, eggs, wool, hair, skins, hides and bones, in Pakistan over the 35 year period from to Cited by: Pakistan is endowed with diverse livestock genetic resources.
In fact it is postulated that one of the centres of animal domestication lay in this part of the world. Pakistan has a large livestock population, well adapted to the local environmental conditions.
Current population of farm animals in Pakistan Cited by: Women comprise 41% of the world’s agricultural labor force, which rises to 78% in some countries. In Pakistan 67% women are involved in this sector. Rural areas where the source of income is mostly through agriculture comprise major part of Pakistan.
The study attempts to evaluate the growth performance of meat production from to as well as export during () in Pakistan.
Annual meat production and export data were. Pakistan is basically an agricultural country. Its rural areas and the population continue to be the mainstay of economy. Agriculture is the largest sector in the economy contributing 25 percent.
poor health and work conditions, limited access to education and control over natural resources, insecure employment and low income. Rural women have long been involved in agriculture and its allied fields. Pakistan, the focus of the project, faces the specific issues in improving the situation of rural women.
Rural livestock production encompasses all phases of the management of rural cattle, buffaloes, sheep, goat and draught animals in a scientific and desirable way according to the modern husbandry techniques. The latest innovations demand that their management should be understood correctly and should be given due importance if the production from the animals is desired [ ].
Livestock and dairy development department should launch more development schemes focusing on the socio-economic development of women folk. The women trained in livestock production activities.
FFS members in Pakistan become livestock trainers and local service providers 33 The risks to natural resources and human health must also be addressed to applied to many different livestock production systems, including pastoralism and agro-pas-toralism, dairying, poultry production, integrated rice-duck systems, rabbit production, pig.
Almost two-thirds of the world's billion poor livestock keepers are rural women (Staal et al., ), and in the recent past research has focused on the role of livestock for women, as well as the role of women in livestock production (Bravo-Baumann, ; Njuki et al., ; Herath, ; Deshingkar et.
The most considerable constraints in Pakistan are nutrition, animal health, animal productivity/genetic make-up of the animals, provision of finance to livestock farmers, livestock extension and marketing.
These factors are briefly discussed below. Nutrition Adequate nutrition is a major problem in livestock production. 4 Helping women increase and sustain the productivity of livestock 10 Role of women in livestock keeping 10 Women’s constraints on technology adoption 11 5.
Helping women participate in and benefit from livestock markets 16 Women as suppliers of livestock products 16 Women as processors and retailers THE role of women in Pakistan’s rural setup is significant, especially in livestock production activities.
Most of the livestock comprises of buffaloes, cattle, sheep and goats which are tended. Agriculture is considered the backbone of Pakistan's economy, which relies heavily on its major crops.
Pakistan's principal natural resources are arable land and water. Agriculture accounts for about % of Pakistan's GDP and employs about % of the labour force. In Pakistan, the most agricultural province is Punjab where wheat and cotton are the most grown.
The recent EAT-Lancet Commission report includes many valid points about livestock, but misses an opportunity to contextualize diverse food production systems outside rich, developed countries.
This opinion piece was written by Gebregziabher Gebreyohannes, state minister in the Ethiopian Ministry of Agriculture and a board member of the International Livestock Research Institute (ILRI. Livestock production is the second biggest economic activity after crop husbandry for rural population in the country.
Out of million people in the country, more than 92 million (67% live in the rural areas. Without giving the proper care and attention to rural livestock kept in the villages and remote areas, the dreams of uplifting the socio-economic conditions of the rural masses can t.
Quantification of women’s participation in livestock production: A composite index was used as used by Ullah et al. () to measure the extent of or quantify women’s participation in livestock farming. The female respondents were asked to report the time they gave to each livestock.
Pakistan Ministry of Labour and Manpower () in its employment trends for women gave a comprehensive image of gender wise labour force participation at national level in which the total available labour force for the country is % among which female is .These results showed that women in the research area were mostly involve in livestock related activities compared to crops production and its related tasks.
The higher participation level of rural women livestock production activities was also quoted by Arshad et al. () while studying decision making process of gender in livestock management.The development of livestock production systems in the Andean region: implications for smallholder producers.
In Animal production and animal science worldwide: A Review on Developments and Research in Livestock Systems, World Association of Animal Production, Book of the Year (ed.
A Rosati, A Tewolde, C Mosconi), pp. –