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Potential use of Blockchain for Livestock Statistics in Vietnam

This technical report is the result of a study conducted in close collaboration with the General Statistical Office of Vietnam (GSO), the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development of Vietnam (MARD), TE-FOOD and the Australian Commonwealth Research Centre (CSIRO-Data 61). The objectives were to contribute to a better understanding of the applications of blockchain technology and its implications for the official statisticians in the livestock sector, to analyse the feasibility and the sustainability of using information available on the blockchain from an official statistical perspective, on the basis of the systems put in place by TE-FOOD in the pig sector in Vietnam and to make recommendations, discuss possible improvements and propose a further research agenda.

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Training Course on Livestock Production and Productivity – French

This training material on the measurement of livestock production and productivity targets decision makers, statisticians, analysts and data producers from National Statistical Systems (NSOs or statistical departments within the Ministry of Agriculture, for example) as well as analysts, researchers, teaching staff and students from training centres of statistics and agriculture and other relevant institutions.

Users’ Guide – French Download

Presentations

Session 1 – Advocacy: why do we need accurate livestock statistics? – French Download

Session 2 – Items and indicators – French Download

Session 3 – Data collection and survey design – French Download

Session 4 – Field work organization, Cost and Integrated survey – French Download

 

 

Training Course on Livestock Production and Productivity – English

This training material on the measurement of livestock production and productivity targets decision makers, statisticians, analysts and data producers from National Statistical Systems (NSOs or statistical departments within the Ministry of Agriculture, for example) as well as analysts, researchers, teaching staff and students from training centres of statistics and agriculture and other relevant institutions.

Users’ Guide – English Download

Presentations

Session 1 – Advocacy: why do we need accurate livestock statistics? – English Download

Session 2 – Items and indicators – English Download

Session 3 – Data collection and survey design – English Download

Session 4 – Field work organization, Cost and Integrated survey – English Download

Training course on Nomadic & Semi-Nomadic Livestock – French

This training material on the enumeration of nomadic and semi-nomadic (transhumant) livestock targets decision makers, statisticians, analysts and data producers from National Statistical Systems (NSOs or statistical departments within the Ministry of Agriculture, for example) as well as analysts, researchers, teaching staff and students from training centres of statistics and agriculture and other relevant institutions.

Users’ guide – French Download

Module 1 – General Information and Advocacy – French Download

Module 2 – Enumeration Methods – French Download

Module 3 – Survey Designs and Estimators – French Download

Training course on Nomadic & Semi-Nomadic Livestock – English

This training material on the enumeration of nomadic and semi-nomadic (transhumant) livestock targets decision makers, statisticians, analysts and data producers from National Statistical Systems (NSOs or statistical departments within the Ministry of Agriculture, for example) as well as analysts, researchers, teaching staff and students from training centres of statistics and agriculture and other relevant institutions.

Users’ guide Download

Module 1 – General Information and Advocacy Download

Module 2 – Enumeration Methods Download

Module 3 – Survey Designs and Estimators Download

Guidelines for the Enumeration of Nomadic and Semi-Nomadic (Transhumant) Livestock

These Guidelines are intended to be a reference document providing technical and operational guidance on various aspects of the Enumeration of Nomadic and Semi-Nomadic (Transhumant) Livestock in various country conditions, with particular attention being paid to developing countries.

Also available in: French

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