Onn 19-20 March 2012 a group of policymakers and program managers from the Ministry of Livestock Development (MOLD) and the Food and Agriculture Organisation of the United Nations (FAO) Kenya Livestock program, converged at the International Livestock Research Institute (ILRI) for a gender and livestock training workshop. The workshop was officially opened by the director … Continue reading
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Mixed crop-and-livestock farmers can feed the growing world
Mixed crop-and-livestock farms will, more than the traditional breadbaskets and rice bowls of the past, feed the developing world over the next few decades Continue reading
The Missing Link: Jemimah Njuki on TEDx
The TEDx talk given in 2010 on women in agriculture is counted among the International Livestock Research Institute’s (ILRI) achievements on incorporating gender into their research. Read the more about how far ILRI has come in integrating gender in this article ‘A late (great) start on gender work at the International Livestock Research Institute’ by Jemimah … Continue reading
How best to address gender issues for increasing livestock and fish productivity for global food security?
As part of the consultations for the proposed CGIAR Mega Program on livestock and fish, we are looking for feedback and comments on the proposed strategy to address gender issues as part of the Mega Program. We invite your comments on the overall gender strategy and responses to the four questions outlined below: 1. Is … Continue reading