Asia / CGIAR / ILRI / LIVESTOCK-FISH / Pigs / Research / Southeast Asia / Value Chains / Vietnam

Smallholder pig value chain development in Vietnam: Situation analysis and trends

As part of the initial value chain development process, each of the target value chains supported by the Livestock and Fish program is carrying out a ‘situation analysis.’ The main objective is to assess the conditions within which the target value chains in the selected country operates. It aims to set broader national contexts for rapid and in-depth value chain assessments and analysis at sites or small geographical scales through the subsequent research activities.

Each assessment exercise provides an overview of past trends, current status, and likely future directions for the specific value chain.

The Vietnam smallholder pigs value chain situation analysis report was published in late 2014. It provides an overview of past trends, the current status, and likely future directions of the livestock and fish sectors in Vietnam, with particular focus on the pig value chain. Pork is the dominant meat produced and consumed in the country. Key issues and gaps in development of the pig value chain are also identified.

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