How do we 'see' and how do we 'evaluate' the 'traditional' dairy sector? a systemic approach of dairy chain

Duteurtre Guillaume. 2013. How do we 'see' and how do we 'evaluate' the 'traditional' dairy sector? a systemic approach of dairy chain. In : Proceedings report of the Workshop : Interdisciplinary Approach of Urban and Per?urban Traditional Dairy Chain : Project DAIRY. AIRD Young Teams 2012�]2014. Alary Véronique (ed.), Galal Salah (ed.), Tourrand Jean-François (ed.). Ain Shams University, CIRAD, Desert Research Institute, Animal Production Research Institute, ICARDA. s.l. : s.n., pp. 53-58. Workshop : Interdisciplinary Approach of Urban and Per-urban Traditional Dairy Chain, Le Caire, Égypte, 10 June 2012/14 June 2012.

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Abstract : In Africa and Mediterranean countries, dairy chains are undergoing a very rapid structural transformation. Because of the important role of "traditional milk chains" in providing employment to poor households and products of specific quality to consumers, it is important to analyze those chains in a comprehensive manner. The "PAPI" framework proposes a systemic approach to those dairy chains based on various multi-disciplinary experiences. The PAPI acronym stands for "Products", "Actors", Performances" and "Institutions" that constitute the 4 dimensions of the framework. Various tools are proposed to conduct local studies including each of those dimensions.(Résumé d'auteur)

Classification Agris : E21 - Agro-industry
L01 - Animal husbandry
E16 - Production economics

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