A milk surplus and deficit map can be compared with
maps showing poverty rates and poverty densities in order
to plan more pro-poor dairy interventions. Such overlays
can, for example, pinpoint locations with multiple
deprivations (e.g., high levels of poverty and a shortfall of
milk) or with greater potential to reach a higher number
of poor in an investment area.
This map looks at the high milk surplus areas (with a surplus
greater than 3,000 liters of milk per square kilometer
per year) in relation to poverty density.