21 stories of better lives through livestock

 

Cattle herded to a water point near Wajir, in northern Kenya. Photo source: ILRI Corporate Report 2014–2015. ILRI/Riccardo Gangale (CC BY-NC-SA)

Cattle herded to a water point near Wajir, in northern Kenya. Photo source: ILRI Corporate Report 2014–2015. ILRI/Riccardo Gangale (CC BY-NC-SA)

The latest corporate report out of the International Livestock Research Institute (ILRI), is full of gems highlighting A4NH-supported work from around the world. These gems are part of its 21 stories of better lives through livestock feature, which cover a range of regions, topics, animals, and agricultural systems.

Featured work ranges from a six-country study on emerging zoonoses in Southeast Asia, to a first-of-its kind assessment of aflatoxins in dairy feed chains in Kenya, and the addition of public health measures in a successful Rift Valley fever risk assessment tool for governments.

These stories, as well as snapshots of ILRI’s other key research from the past year, can be found in the full report on the ILRI website.
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