The objective of the Bovima Export Development project is to help Bovima establish the first export slaughterhouse in Madagascar and intensify meat production using modern feedlot systems. The project will work to establish Bovima, a green field meat processor, as a strong meat exporting business able to drive the industry in the country and establish best international practices in production efficiency, environmental sustainability, and animal welfare. It will support the client on managing environmental and social risks, establishing food safety management system, and maintaining competitive production costs. The project will source animals from smallholder farmers and would work with them to improve their production systems, and thus increase income.
The project has the following specific objectives:
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