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Livestock and Fish program evaluation reviews successes in Vietnam and seeks new research opportunities

As part of the five flagship areas and one of the nine focus countries, ILRI in Vietnam, with attention directed at L&F’s work on value chain development in the country, was evaluated on 28 June-July 3 2015 by a team of experts consisting of Julie Fitzpatrick and Anni McLeod.

CGIAR Research Program on Livestock and Fish

L&F Vietnam external evaluation The evaluation team visited parts of the pork value chain as part of their review of the achievements of the program since its commencement in Vietnam in 2012 (photo credit: ILRI).

This year, the CGIAR Research Program on Livestock and Fish is undergoing an independent external evaluation to assess the phase one implementation of the program.

As part of the review, the evaluation team visited the Livestock and Fish value chains development research sites in the North Central Coast and the Central Highlands of Vietnam. The evaluation team was led by Anni McLeod, a livestock policy expert, and included Julie Fitzpatrick, an animal health expert. Vietnam is one of nine focus countries of the five flagship areas of the Livestock and Fish program, which is led by the International Livestock Research Institute (ILRI).

The evaluation team met with ILRI partners in Vietnam on 29 June to discuss achievements of the…

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