Monthly Archives: February 2014

ILRI to lead pilot study on livestock identification and traceability system for IGAD region

Originally posted on AgHealth:
Participants of a workshop on developing a livestock identification and traceability system for the IGAD region (photo credit: ILRI/Liya Dejene). A livestock identification and traceability system will soon be piloted in the Intergovernmental Agency on Development…

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Guidelines to plan animal breeding programs in West Africa

Originally posted on ILRI Clippings:
This ILRI project report by Karen Marshall is designed to assist partners of the project ‘Sustainable management of globally significant endemic ruminant livestock in West Africa (PROGEBE)’ in structuring the plans behind their national-level animal…

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Big plans to curb food insecurity

Originally posted on Foundation for Young Farmers:
Mandera County has put adequate measures in place to tackle food insecurity, an official has said. According to the Executive Member for Agriculture Muhamud Omar Absiye, school feeding programmes have commenced in a…

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Big plans to curb food insecurity

Originally posted on Foundation for Young Farmers:
Mandera County has put adequate measures in place to tackle food insecurity, an official has said. According to the Executive Member for Agriculture Muhamud Omar Absiye, school feeding programmes have commenced in a…

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Delivering food security through international trade

Originally posted on One Billion Hungry: Can We Feed the World?:
When discussing global food security, the issues of access and availability commonly come up.  As One Billion Hungry examines, we currently produce enough food to feed the world, although…

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