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Global Reconnaissance of Livestock Slaughter in Developing Countries

Global Reconnaissance of Livestock Slaughter in Developing Countries

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Published by Sandra Cointreau
Reconnaissance of dozens of livestock slaughter and meat processing facilities in developing countries. Huge issues of animal welfare, food safety, child labor, meat inspection, veterinary services, and waste management.
Reconnaissance of dozens of livestock slaughter and meat processing facilities in developing countries. Huge issues of animal welfare, food safety, child labor, meat inspection, veterinary services, and waste management.

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Published by: Sandra Cointreau on Feb 17, 2011
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Global Reconnaissance of Municipal Live Markets,Slaughterhouses and Receiving Waste Systemsin Developing Countries
World Bank Study (Japanese Trust Funded)Conducted in: EAP, SAR, AFR, LAC and MENAStudy by Consultants:
Nippon Koei Co Ltd andProAnd Associates Australia Pty, Ltd
World Bank Study Manager:
Sandra Cointreau
 
The world¶s human population is urbanizing. As of thisyear, there are more people in cities than in rural areas.
Livestock populations are densifying«into intensiveindustrialized facilities.
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n developing countries, intensive livestock producersare locating near cities for the access to markets andinfrastructure.
Meat production in developing countries is growing 4times faster than meat production in high-incomecountries
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Production wastes from industrialized concentratedlivestock facilities are more complex with a widerange of excreted contaminants, including excretedantibiotics, growth promoters, heavy metals, andantibiotic resistant pathogens.
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Municipalities are being increasingly burdened bythe need to provide livestock processing infrastructureto meet the growing local demand for meat, butwithout resources to expand or upgrade existingfacilities, which leads to serious overcrowding.
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Most of developing country production is for localdemand, and affordability limits the revenue base for livestock processing.
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