Shirley Tarawali, ILRI’s assistant director general, spoke about how to advocate more effectively for livestock
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.
ILRI purchased an advertisement in the Kenyan newspaper, The Standard, regarding recent developments at the Kapiti Research Station, which appeared on Saturday, 27 October 2018.
Food research organizations say sustainable small-scale livestock farming is essential to meeting the 21st-century’s protein needs.
For your viewing and listening pleasure, here are two short video ‘stories’ by two great agricultural-research-for-development storytellers.
Global Livestock Advocacy for Development (GLAD) has been a two-year project whose main objective has been to raise investor interest in livestock-related research-for-development issues. It has done this largely by distilling and presenting evidence and creative content about smallholder livestock systems and their critical roles in sustainable food systems and development.
Art and science unite to serve Ethiopian farmers—’Incubated Worlds’ explores genetic diversity of poultry to boost nutrition and incomes.