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Some of our favourite WILD* women heroes and partners


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(Above) WILD (Women in Livestock Development):
Some of our favourite women heroes and partners–Screenshot #1:
Helen Gayle • Temple Grandin • Florence Thompson
 • Karen Nelson • Agnes Kalibata • Christiana Figueres • Judi Wakhungu • Jamila Abass • Anna Tibaijuka • Tu Youyou

 

We’re celebrating some of our favourite
women heroes and partners at the
International Livestock Research Institute (ILRI)
in honour of
International Women’s Day
8 Mar 2016

 

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(Above) WILD (Women in Livestock Development):
Some of our favourite women heroes and partners–Screenshot #2:
Dorothea Lange • Lynn Margulis • Leymah Gbowee • Marie Curie •
Gretchen Daily • Rita Colwell • Mercedes Pascual •
Nina Federoff • Gladys Kalema-Zikusoka •
Ellen Johnson Sirleaf 
Rosalind Franklin 
Gerda Verbug • Jackie Ying • Louise Fresco

Click on this link to view
the whole Pinterest board:
WILD: Some of our favourite
women heroes and partners

https://www.pinterest.com/susan_macmillan/wild-some-of-our-favourite-women-heroes-and-partne/

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(Above) WILD (Women in Livestock Development):
Some of our favourite women heroes and partners–Screenshot #3:
Nafiisa Sobratee • Florence Lubwama Kivimba  • Mary-Claire King • Pardis Sabeti •
Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie • Chetna Sinha • Joanne Liu 
• Krista Donaldson •
Ameenab Gurib-Fakim 
• Jennifer Doudna • Krithi Karanth

Wishing you a Happy
International Women’s Day
8 March 2016

* WILD: Women in Livestock Development

See also
Celebrating International Women’s Day at ILRI: A Storify Collection of highlights, 6 Mar 2015
WILD ‘Women in Livestock Development’ on top, 6 Mar 2015
WILD: Take a look at some of the ‘Women in Livestock Development’, 3 Mar 2015
WILD: Take a look at some of the ‘Women in Livestock Development’, 8 Mar 2014
Women and livestock: Why gender matters are BIG matters, 7 Mar 2014

See this slide presentation:
Women and livestock: Why gender matters are big matters from ILRI

See ILRI’s WILD Pinterest Board

See ILRI image galleries
Women
Livelihoods, Gender and Impact program

See more information
ILRI Livelihoods, Gender and Impact blog
ILRI Livelihoods, Gender and Impact program brief
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LRI Livelihoods, Gender and Impact gateway
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LRI gender gateway
ILRI women gateway
Closing the gender gap in agriculture: A trainer’s manual, ILRI Manual 9, by Kathleen Colverson, ILRI, Nairobi, Kenya, 2013

One thought on “Some of our favourite WILD* women heroes and partners

  1. yes we are in the write way and we work with prity animals we are together agreculture is the the means to survive

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