Impact of chemoprophylactic control of trypanosomosis in coastal Kenya; Economic impact of N'Dama cattle in tsetse-affected areas of Zaire, Togo, Ethiopia and The Gambia; Adoption of dairy feeding management in the Ethiopian highlands; Costs and benefits of alternative theileriosis control strategies in Zimbabwe; Impacts of east coast fever immunisation in coastal and highland Kenya; Fodder bank adoption in northern Nigeria; Impact of land tenure on adoption of alley farming in West Africa; Impact of crossbred dairy-draft technology in Ethiopia; Impact of livestock on alley farming systems in West Africa; Impact of dairy intensification on Africa peri-urban milk production systems; Constraints to use of animal traction in semi-arid West Africa; Impacts of dairy intensification on nutrition and health in coastal Kenya; Economic impact of theileriosis and its control in Africa.02: Economic impact of Na#39;Dama cattle in tsetse-affected areas of Zaire, Togo, Ethiopia and The Gambia Analysis Ex post economic impact Dates January ... net -benefit investment ratio (NKR) and internal rate of return (IRR) were used to assess the benefits. ... The study showed that, in spite of reasonable cattle productivity and low inputs, economic and financial returns were limited because of a shortageanbsp;...
|Title||:||Compendium of ILRI Research Impact and Adoption, 1975-98|
|Author||:||A. N. Odero|
|Publisher||:||ILRI (aka ILCA and ILRAD) - 1998|