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Small in Size but Big in Impact: The Role of the UMPL-B Mini-dairies in Expanding Livelihoods in Burkina Faso

The livelihoods of many small-scale dairy farmers in the developing countries are vulnerable and threatened by prevailing policies and institutions.   Despite their invaluable contribution to food security and sovereignty and to the local and national socio-economic development, – often they are the main providers of milk and milk products (Grain, 2011) – small scale …

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