Economic impact assessment of rinderpest control in Africa.

@article{Tambi1999EconomicIA,
  title={Economic impact assessment of rinderpest control in Africa.},
  author={E N Tambi and O W Maina and Adrian Mukhebi and Thomas Fitz Randolph},
  journal={Revue scientifique et technique},
  year={1999},
  volume={18 2},
  pages={458-77}
}
The authors assess the economic impact of the Pan-African Rinderpest Campaign (PARC). The PARC programme commenced in 1986 with the objective to control and ultimately eradicate rinderpest from Africa. From among the thirty-five countries that participated in PARC, ten countries were selected for the analysis, based on data availability. The three following key socio-economic issues were addressed: cost-effectiveness, returns to investment and the welfare gains of the intervention. The standard… CONTINUE READING
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