Driven by rising incomes, demand for animal-source foods in Africa and Asia is expected to increase up to 200% by 2030. Efficient crop and livestock production and natural resource use will drive employment, environmental, nutrition and income gains in a subsector likely to be dominated by smallholders.
Jimmy Smith, director general of the International Livestock Research Institute (ILRI), received a doctorate with honoris causa and gave the commencement speech at the University of Melbourne, Australia on 6 Dec 2018.
Originally posted on ILRI policies, instititions and livelihoods program:
ILRI staff attended the African Women in Agricultural Research and Development (AWARD) @ 10 event in Nairobi on 29 November 2018 (photo credit: ILRI/Judy Kimani).? The International Livestock Research Institute (ILRI) supports women in livestock development by ensuring that they benefit and are empowered through livestock.…
Shirley Tarawali, ILRI’s assistant director general, spoke about how to advocate more effectively for livestock
Originally posted on ILRI Asia:
Missing or poor livestock data limits development opportunities, according to a community of experts who are joining forces to confront the challenge. 28 November 2018 – HANOI: Better data is urgently needed for improving livestock health and productivity in Vietnam and the rest of the world, according to experts who…
A senior delegation from the International Livestock Research Institute (ILRI) is supporting and engaging in this week’s (2830 Nov 2018) global conference on ‘Accelerating the End of Hunger and Malnutrition’, in Bangkok.
Last month, the ILRI Forage Genebank delivered a second set of 389 accessions of 69 species representing 25 forage genera to the Svalbard Global Seed Vault in Norway for safety duplication.
This brief Q&A is intended to set the record straight about what ILRI is, what we’re doing at Kapiti, and what makes our title to the land there so secure.