United States and Mali launch five-year partnership for food security and livelihood resilience
Agriculture / Food Security / Impact at scale / Launch / Livelihoods / Livestock / Livestock Systems / LIVESTOCKCRP / Mali / PPR / Pro-Poor Livestock / West Africa

United States and Mali launch five-year partnership for food security and livelihood resilience

The United States and Mali have announced a five-year partnership that will promote food security and livelihood resilience in the West African country. Mali is one of 12 partner countries selected for this new phase of Feed the Future initiatives in Africa. Continue reading

Shaping the future of livestock in Kenya
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Shaping the future of livestock in Kenya

A multi-stakeholder consultation on the future of livestock in Kenya was co-hosted by the Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock, Fisheries and Irrigation (MALFI), the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO), ILRI and the Global Agenda for Sustainable Livestock (GASL) at the ILRI Nairobi campus on 21 March 2019. Continue reading

African Development Bank-supported livestock team and Nigerian agricultural lending agency to scale up proven animal production technologies
Agriculture / CGIAR / Chickens / Impact at scale / Intensification / Livelihoods / LIVESTOCKCRP / Nigeria / Pro-Poor Livestock / Scaling / Small Ruminants / Value Chains / West Africa

African Development Bank-supported livestock team and Nigerian agricultural lending agency to scale up proven animal production technologies

The International Livestock Research Institute (ILRI) leads the Technologies for African Agricultural Transformation (TAAT) livestock compact, members of which recently met with a USD500-million public-private partnership in Nigeria established to ‘de-risk’ agricultural financing by providing many of the actors along the country’s agricultural value chains with affordable financing. TAAT is targeting 3–5 million farmers in the country. Continue reading