Demand for livestock enterprises in Bangladesh - Employment creation and food security for farm households in vulnerable regions
by Rahman, Khandaker Md. Mostafizur
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Bangladesh is an agricultural country. Traditional agriculture, poverty and malnutrition are the usual phenomena of rural Bangladesh. Development of the economy through rearing of livestock is enormous. Based on the descriptive and functional analyses of primary data, the author observed some positive achievements of rearing livestock by farm households. These are increases of income, savings, consumption, nutritional status, expenditure on education and treatment, women participation etc. But research on the impact of livestock rearing is still lacking in Bangladesh. This book will be helpful for the development partners, policy makers and even for farmers who want livestock development and food security in the country.
Rahman, Khandaker Md. Mostafizur
Prof. Dr. K. M. M. Rahman is a Professor of Statistics and Econometrics of the Bangladesh Agricultural University, Mymensingh, Bangladesh. He studied Economics, Econometrics and Statistics at the same University in Bangladesh and Advanced Econometrics at the Justus-Liebig-University Giessen in Germany.
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LAP Lambert Academic Publishing
26 September 2011
0.22 x 0.15 x 0.004 m; 0.136 kg