Franz Marc, The Yellow Cow, 1911 (via Wikiart).
To mark 40 years of international research this year, the International Livestock Research Institute (ILRI) has been facilitating a series of events highlighting the ways livestock research advances the global development agenda, specifically for food and nutritional security, economic well-being and healthy lives.
This Thursday and Friday (6–7 Nov 2014), ILRI is hosting a two-day high-profile conference in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, where ILRI has a principal campus and, with a wealth of partners in Ethiopia and around the world, has carried out livestock research for development for the last four decades.
This livestock research by ILRI and partners in Ethiopia and beyond is behind products and practices helping millions of people in developing countries produce food and generate income. It is creating new tools and evidence to help decision-makers tackle risks and grasp benefits caused by rising demands for livestock foods and…
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