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|Client||Large agricultural development foundation|
|Service(s)||Policy & Economics, Review & Evaluation, Strategy & Finance|
CEPA was commissioned by a large agricultural development foundation to inform the foundation’s understanding of potential grant making opportunities and grantee partners operating in the livestock policy and regulation space in the foundation’s priority countries in Sub-Saharan Africa and South Asia.
In particular, the objectives of the assignment were as follows:
- To identify the landscape of organisations (donors, advocacy groups, global alliances, research organisations, NGOs, private companies and other donor supported organisations) that are currently working to address national level livestock policy and regulatory barriers affecting smallh olders and pastoralists in Sub-Saharan Africa and South Asia.
- To identify the main national level livestock policy and regulatory issues that these organisations are working on, with a particular focus on policies and regulations that potentially impact upon public and private investment in livestock value chains, and the environmental consequences of live stock intensification.
CEPA employed a range of techniques in support of the study, including country visits.