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Title: Social-economic impacts of HPAI outbreaks and control measures on small-scale and backyard poultry producers in China : final technical report
Authors: Wang Libin
Li Xiaoyun
Keywords: AVIAN INFLUENZA
BIRDS
ZOONOSES
DISEASE CONTROL
RESEARCH
HOUSEHOLD SURVEYS
SOCIO-ECONOMIC IMPACTS
CHINA
Date: 2010
Publisher: College of Humanities and Development Studies, China Agricultural University, Beijing, CN
Abstract: The report summarizes key research and outputs of the APEIR (Asian Partnership on Emerging Infectious Disease Research) project implemented in China. The research surveyed 724 rural households in avian influenza (AI) affected areas in three provinces, according to the AI incidence level. Millions of small scale and backyard producers have been affected in Southeast Asian countries. The purpose of the study is to analyze socio-economic impacts of AI outbreaks and control measures on backyard and small-scale poultry producers, and their responses to AI control measures. Effective sector support policy would first target the small-scale commercial poultry producers.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10625/46249
Project Number: 104164
Project Title: Socioeconomic Impacts of Avian Influenza on Small and Backyard Poultry Producers in Asia
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Copyright: Wang Libin
Li Xiaoyun
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