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

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Beca-ILRI Hub news , Aug/2016
Research has highlighted the crucial importance of the contribution of women to agricultural value chain development and governance in Ethiopia, according to scientists from the LIVES project. Continue reading →
LIVES, Aug/2016
Helping productivity through gender equality. Just one of the eleven positive outcomes which can arise through the establishment of a more equal society. Continue reading →
ILRI Livelihoods, Gender and Impact, Aug/2016
Lomi Kordofa is a small-scale farmer at the Illu Aga peasant association in Ejere District of West Shoa Zone in Ethiopia. Ten years ago, she started keeping dairy cows with training support from a local non-governmental organization. Continue reading →
LIVES, Aug/2016
About a year ago (August 2015), the International Livestock Research Institute (ILRI)-led Livestock and Irrigation Value chains for Ethiopian Smallholders (LIVES) project in collaboration with the ILRI/GIZ FeedSeed Project organized a training on forage seed production and marketing for 21 female smallholders and five forage experts. Continue reading →
LIVES, Jul/2016
A recent business opportunity seminar facilitated by the MoreMilkiT project in Morogoro reviewed the progress of 25 Tanzanian milk traders in growing their milk businesses. Continue reading →
Livestock and Fish, Jul/2016
The smallholder pg value chain project in Uganda recently produced two posters - for farmers and for butchers - giving information on how to recognize African Swine fever (ASF). Continue reading →
Livestock and Fish, Jun/2016
Silvopastoral systems provide a broad range of environmental and productive benefits. The presence of trees in farm plots stabilizes hillsides, minimizes erosion, improves the soil’s water retention and nutrient balance, and provides feed and shade for cattle. These practices generate higher milk and meat yields while contributing to the resilience of production systems in the face of climate variability, which is manifesting in increasingly extreme ways in Central America. Continue reading →
Livestock and Fish, Apr/2016
This toolkit from the Livestock and Irrigation Value chains for Ethiopian Smallholders (LIVES) Project explains the planning, implementation and documentation of the LIVES capacity development and knowledge management interventions. Continue reading →
LIVES, Mar/2016
Scale out of market-oriented extension (MOE) service and value chain development (VCD) approaches in Ethiopia is increasing as a result of training offered by the Livestock and Irrigation Value chains for Ethiopian Smallholders (LIVES) project. Continue reading →
LIVES, Mar/2016

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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
Principal Scientist; LIVES Project Manager; Deputy to the Director General's Representative in Ethiopia
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
Deborah Wyburn, PhD
Instructional Design Specialist

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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
Principal Scientist; LIVES Project Manager; Deputy to the Director General's Representative in Ethiopia
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

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