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    Assessment and Reflections on Livestock Service Delivery in Andhra Pradesh: A Synthesis
    Pro-Poor Livestock Policy Initiative: A Living from Livestock
    2006
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    This report synthesises the studies and consultations undertaken by the CALPI-PPLPI-AHD initiative in support of developing a framework for effective and efficient delivery of livestock services.
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    Animal Health Workers in Andhra Pradesh: Service Delivery, Supplies, Support & Supervision
    Pro-Poor Livestock Policy Initiative: A Living from Livestock
    2005
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    To provide support to the PPLPI-CALPI supported Livestock Service Delivery Reform Process, a comprehensive study of para-veterinary training programs and ground operations was carried out. The first report entitled ‘Para-veterinary Training Programmes in Andhra Pradesh’ covered various aspects of training of para-veterinarians and of different categories of ‘Animal Health Workers’ (40 to 180 days courses, to prepare candidates for placing as community based selfsupporting animal health workers) in Andhra Pradesh. This second report covers results of field research and discussion on the various ground level issues in Service Delivery by the community based Animal Health Workers (AHWs) including the support and supervision available to them for service delivery.
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    Promoting Livestock Service Reform in Andhra Pradesh
    Pro-Poor Livestock Policy Initiative: A Living from Livestock
    2006
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    In South Asia, PPLPI originally sought engagement in two states of India: Orissa and Andhra Pradesh, because these two states have relatively large numbers of livestock-dependent poor while the political climate seemed to offer good prospects for pro-poor livestock policy reform. In close consultation with local stakeholders, the policy context in the two States was reviewed and a number of livestock-related policy measures affecting the poor livestock keepers and desirable changes were identifi ed. In her assessment of the political economy of the livestock sector in Andhra Pradesh and Orissa, carried out for PPLPI, Turner (2004, PPLPI Working Paper 9) concluded that pro-poor implementation of animal health service reforms was one of five potential areas in which PPLPI and partners could engage.

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