The article discusses the importance of access to health services for livestock in the Poultry farming industry. Lack of access to veterinary services is hindering smallholder productivity in Africa, while industrialized poultry sectors in developed countries are increasing inequality. Initiatives, such as the PREVENT project, are working to improve poultry production in Africa through vaccination and training programs. Small-scale poultry farming is a crucial source of income for women in developing countries, and supporting them with the necessary tools and knowledge can help level the playing field and promote sustainability. Closing the inequality gap for smallholder farmers is essential for a sustainable future.
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