بلوچستان میں اون، گوشت اور ڈیری سیکٹر پر ویلیو چین اینالسز، ورکشاپ کا انعقاد
Strengthening the livestock value chain is essential to improve production and food security in Balochistan. Livestock farmers and owners are the main custodians and stakeholders of these resources. The aim of better utilization of their resources and working on the value chain is to increase production and profits. These views were expressed by the caretaker finance minister Balochistan Amjad Rashid in Quetta In a workshop organized on the topic of Livestock Value Chain Analysis on Wool, Meat and Dairy Sector in Balochistan. The Event was organized by FAO under the Project Revival of Balochistan Water Resources Program (RBWRP).
Waleed Mehdi, RBWRP coordinator, said that Balochistan, despite being the largest province, has faced many problems in recent years such as epidemics, climatic disasters and rising food prices. Farmers should adopt the practices according the recent situations. Balochistan has incredible potential to become the largest halal food entrepreneur in the livestock industry and exporter of sacrificial animals for Hajj.
Dr. Azam Kakar said that this project is being implemented in four selected four water basins of Balochistan (Hingol water basin, Pishin Lara Basin, Nari water basin, and Hamun-e-Maskhail water basin) under the auspices of the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) with the financial support of the European Union and the Department of Livestock and Dairy Development of Balochistan.