Gender-responsive solutions for sustainable livestock development
Asia / East and Southeast Asia / Gender / ILRI / Livestock / PIL / policy / SDG

Gender-responsive solutions for sustainable livestock development

These gender-responsive solutions from the workshop will be raised to policymakers and development practitioners. And, if well implemented, would help women gain more benefits from slices of the livestock pie. Closing the gender gap would generate significant gains for livestock sector in particular and for agriculture development and food security as the whole.   Continue reading

Dairying / ILRI / India / LIVESTOCK-FISH / South Asia / Value Chains

Taking stock and looking ahead: Livestock and Fish further develops dairy value chain work in India

The CGIAR Research Program on Livestock and Fish recently reviewed its current projects and activities in India and set plans for 2016 and beyond.

At a review and planning meeting held 24-26 September 2015 at the Banaras Hindu University (BHU) in Varanasi City in Uttar Pradesh, progress of the Livestock and Fish dairy value chain work in India was assessed. Continue reading

Asia / Capacity Strengthening / East and Southeast Asia / ILRI / Research / Vietnam

ILRI and Vietnam’s Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development firm up plans for long-term partnership in livestock development research

The International Livestock Research Institute (ILRI) and Vietnam’s Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development (MARD), in a recent (25 June 2015) high-level meeting between ILRI and MARD in Hanoi, developed a strategic plan to boost the partnership between the two organizations for the next five years. Continue reading

Article / Asia / Crop-Livestock / CRPs / HUMIDTROPICS / Markets / Southeast Asia / Value Chains / Vietnam / Vulnerability

New partnership platform for better impact on poverty in northwest Vietnam

This article was originally written by Mai Thanh Tu for the Humidtropics blog. Reposted here with permission. Northwest Vietnam is a mountainous area bordering China to the north and Lao PDR to the south. About 30 ethnic minorities with distinct languages and traditions, including cultivation practices live in the area, the most populous groups being Thai, … Continue reading