Mozambique

This page brings together ILRI and partner resources on Mozambique. Click different tabs to see news items, research outputs, journal articles, video materials and presentations as well as ILRI projects and people related to Mozambique. See ILRI research on other countries

It is almost a year since Kees Swaans presented this paper at an international workshop on New models for innovation for development held at the University of Manchester, United Kingdom in July 2013, but we are now pleased to share with you the open source article: Operationalizing inclusive innovation: Lessons from innovation platforms in livestock value chains in […]

imGoats, Jul/2014

On 11-13 March 2014, International Livestock Research Institute (ILRI) gender scientists in the Livelihoods, Gender and Impact program, Kathleen Colverson and Alessandra Galie, took the lead in facilitating a workshop on “Promoting Equal Access to Resources and Opportunities in Agriculture for Men and Women”. The training workshop was held at the Agricultural Research Institute of Mozambique … Continue reading →

ILRI Livelihoods, Gender and Impact, Mar/2014

Authored by Jemimah Njuki and Pascal Sanginga, this book provides empirical evidence from Kenya, Tanzania and Mozambique and from different production systems of the importance of livestock as an asset to women and their participation in livestock and livestock product markets. It explores the issues of intra-household income management and economic benefits of livestock markets … Continue reading

ILRI clippings, Mar/2014

The goat production manual is useful to paraveterinary workers, who serve rural villages in developing countries and farmers wanting to step up their goat production. Continue reading

ILRI news blog, Mar/2014

In 2013 the partners in the ILRI-led and BMZ-funded project Safe Food Fair Food spent most of their time in the field conducting rapid assessments and baseline surveys in Ethiopia, Senegal, Tanzania and Uganda. Nonetheless, a number of publications were finalized. Nine more students from the previous project phase (2008-2011) graduated since the end of … Continue reading

Safe Food Fair Food, Dec/2013

Contributed by Saskia Hendrickx On 29 November 2013, ILRI Mozambique hosted a one-day meeting in Maputo to present the results of the study “Pre-requisites for Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Points in small-scale poultry production and processing in Maputo, Mozambique” by Anabela dos Muchangos (Safe Food, Fair Food 2008-2011); discuss the recommendations of the study and … Continue reading

Safe Food Fair Food, Dec/2013

On 7 March 2013, the imGoats Inhassoro innovation platform held its eighth meeting at Chitsotso, Inhassoro, Mozambique. It was the third innovation platform meeting where participants came by their own transport.  Twenty-seven participants took part in the meeting including producers, community leaders, paraveterinarians, extension officers and researchers. The meeting was held at the goat farm […]

imGoats, Mar/2013

One of the interventions in the imGoats project in Mozambique – determined by goat smallholders – is the identification and use of communal pasture areas for goats. In order to assess carrying capacity of the newly identified grazing areas and to better understand the future management plans in the communities, Yvane Marblé – student at […]

imGoats, Nov/2012

As mentioned in an earlier blog post on innovation platform meetings, the innovation platform in Inhassoro District identified the use of communal pasture areas as one of the main actions to improve goat production in the district. Although pasture areas existed before the Mozambique civil war (1977-1992), they have been out of use for many […]

imGoats, Dec/2012

The imGoats project team recently finalized two short photo stories about the project site in Udaipur (Rajasthan State, India) and Inhassoro (Inhambane province, Mozambique). The photo stories outline the situation before and after the project intervention regarding goat production and commercialization. Improving livelihoods through goat rearing and commercialisation in India . . Improving livelihoods through […]

imGoats, Oct/2013

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