Capacity development

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

In November 2015, MoreMilkiT led a business opportunity seminar in Morogoro for 25 milk traders including six women to help them strengthen their dairy businesses which are linked to producers in and outside the project. Here some of their stories. Continue reading

Livestock and Fish, Feb/2016

The LIVES project and partners recently carried out a training on market-oriented extension services for agricultural extension agents in Oromia. Continue reading

LIVES, Jan/2016

The LIVES project in collaboration with the International Water Management Institute (IWMI) has commenced the demonstration of solar water pumps with pilot households in Oromia and the Southern Nations, Nationalities and Peoples' (SNNP) regions. Continue reading

LIVES, Jan/2016

Agricultural knowledge centers are supporting agricultural experts to growth professionalism in Seka Chekorsa District of Oromia region by offering access to new information and skills. Continue reading

LIVES, Jan/2016

Market-oriented development is a relatively new strategy in Ethiopia and a lot of work is needed to help transform the country’s agricultural sector. As part of this process, the LIVES project team has undertaken to strengthen innovation and learning capacity of value chain actors. ILRI capacity development brief 7, Capacity development in the LIVES Ethiopia project, examines three aspects of this issue in Ethiopia: training and coaching value chain actors and service providers; LIVES capacity development scaling out strategy; and capacity development of public sector staff. Continue reading

LIVES, Dec/2015

The Program’s gender team, in collaboration with the Dutch consultancy Transition International (TI),
has produced a gender capacity assessment tool. Continue reading

Livestock and Fish, Dec/2015

On 15 October 2015, ILRI, ICARDA and ATA joined hands to demonstrate their commitment to integrate gender in agricultural programs by sharing the gender capacity assessment methodology and tools developed by the CGIAR research program on Livestock and Fish. Continue reading

Livestock and Fish, Dec/2015

This brief reports on the use of a gender capacity assessment and development methodology and tools in the Ethiopia small ruminant value chain project. Continue reading

Livestock and Fish, Oct/2015

This post tells the story of a champion agricultural expert who is using the facilities of an agricultural knowledge centre (AKC) in West Shoa zone to promote a learning and sharing culture among the staff of the zone's agricultural development office. Continue reading

LIVES, Oct/2015

Smallholder pig farmers were recently trained in biosecurity measures to control African swine fever as part of a wider effort to control spread of the disease in Uganda. Continue reading

Livestock and Fish, Sep/2015

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Abule Ebro Geda
Regional Coordinator-Livestock Expert
Amare Haileslassie
Post Doctoral Scientist
Amenti Chali Nemera
Regional Expert - Irrigated Agriculture
Andrew Mude
Principal Economist
Azage Tegegne
Animal Scientist
Barbara Szonyi
researcher
Beamlak Tesfaye
Knowledge Management and Communications Expert
Berhanu Gebremedhin
Senior Scientist-Agricultural Economist and Research Coordinator, LIVES
Brenda Wandera Gache
Market and Capacity Development Manager
Bryn Davies
Market and Capacity Development Manager

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People working on Capacity development

Abule Ebro Geda
Regional Coordinator-Livestock Expert
Amare Haileslassie
Post Doctoral Scientist
Amenti Chali Nemera
Regional Expert - Irrigated Agriculture
Andrew Mude
Principal Economist
Azage Tegegne
Animal Scientist
Barbara Szonyi
researcher
Beamlak Tesfaye
Knowledge Management and Communications Expert
Berhanu Gebremedhin
Senior Scientist-Agricultural Economist and Research Coordinator, LIVES

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