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Mercy Corps publishes report analyzing private veterinary units in Mongolia

Private Veterinary Units (PVUs) are the key field actors for the Mongolian animal health sector. In rural Mongolia, PVUs are the primary contact points for herder households who want to access veterinary services. However, PVUs are essentially small businesses and their ability to provide consistent and quality service is incumbent on the same questions that apply to other small businesses. Is the business feasible in its operations? Is the business profitable in its operations?

Mercy Corps Mongolia set out to investigate both these questions as they relate to PVUs. In the following report, Mercy Corps analyzed the overall feasibility and profitability of PVUs, barriers to PVU growth in these areas, and developed a series of recommendations for increasing PVU profitability.

It is Mercy Corps’ expectation that the insights offered by this report will improve the feasibility and profitability of PVU Operations; the health and productivity of the nation’s livestock population and in the long-term, the sustainable development of the livestock sector.

UNDERSTANDING MONGOLIAN PRIVATE VETERINARY UNITS AS SMALL BUSINESSES. Analysis and Recommendations for Improvement [link]

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