Title Dairy Science Park - SDG Action 9671 Degree of recognition International Media name/outlet Sustainable Development Goals Partnership Platform (UN) Media type Web Country United States Date 29/06/20 Description DS Park was established at the Univ Agric Peshawar during the First Int Conference and Industrial Exhibition on 21-23 Nov 2011. It was followed by DSP 2013 and 2015 at Peshawar, DSP 2017 at Turkey and DSP 2019 at Quetta. Eight International Workshops were held on Biorisk Management, sponsored by Sandia National Laboratory, USA. Policy makers and representatives from academia, government, civil society, and the corporate sector were engaged. Pak Vet Med Council was and a training package was developed for integration into the DVM curriculum at various Pakistani universities. Local farmers and processors were facilitated in establishing entrepreneurship models.
Triple Helix Models of Good governance is in practice, linking Academia, Industry, Government and the Society. The procedures comprise: 1. Registration of Farms, Veterinary Practitioners, Marketing Partners, and Service Providers; 2. Monitoring production practices, and identifying losses due to poor breeds, growth rates, reproduction, morbidity, and mortality due to diseases; 3. Introducing improved practices, technologies, and innovations to prevent losses due to poor practices; 4. Working on feasibility models in livestock production, products processing, and marketing, and assessing the expected economic return; 5. Developing entrepreneurship models through breeding stock, production units, and marketing and processing facilities; 6. Replicating the feasible entrepreneurship models already evaluated successfully; 7. Networking entrepreneurs of production and processing, and their linkages with the tourism industry for supply of hygienic foods and display of activities; 8. Consultation with stakeholders and consideration of legal and marketing issues under an Advocacy Forum
URL https://sustainabledevelopment.un.org/partnership/?p=9671#updates Persons Muhammad Qureshi