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Data collected from animal health stakeholders on the programme and strategy actions that prevent and control Rift Valley fever's risk

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posted on 2024-04-23, 14:15 authored by Mahlatse MakolaMahlatse Makola

Thirty nine actions have been grouped into six catergories: 1) input agricultural production, 2) food safety and handling industries, 3) food supply chains, infrastructure, distribution and storage, 4) food waste and disposal, 5) governance and partnerships, 6) research, education and skills development. Each of the 28 participants in animal health professions have indicated the actions that they deem as most and least priority between a provided subset of programme and strategy actions under the six catergories. Sheet 1, in the excel file provides the aggregated most and least 2-4 actions ranked under each category. Therefore the highest priority and lowest priority actions are selected to indicate which actions stakeholders deem for policy-making (programmes and strategies) relevance or non-relevance. These results are further analysed with another group of stakeholders to validate their relevance to food-centered programme and strategy planning.

Funding

Defense Threat Reduction Agency Program, Grant Number: HDTRA11910033

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Department/Unit

Agricultural Economics, Extension and Rural Development

Sustainable Development Goals

  • 2 Zero Hunger
  • 3 Good Health and Well-Being
  • 17 Partnerships for the Goals
  • 12 Responsible Consumption and Production