ILRI films and video

Accelerating the end of hunger and malnutrition: Facing challenges, defining needs—Inaugural session

Accelerating the end of hunger and malnutrition: Facing challenges, defining needs—Inaugural session Wright, Iain A. Day 1: November 28th, 2018. Inaugural Session. Accelerating the End of Hunger and Malnutrition: Facing Challenges, Defining Needs. Ending hunger requires smart policies translated into on-the-ground impact. Experts from policy, research, and civil society will discuss the global and local barriers and pre-requisites for ensuring sustainable reductions in hunger and malnutrition.

Rangelands Communities Exchange Conference: Community resource management in Kenyan rangelands

Rangelands Communities Exchange Conference: Community resource management in Kenyan rangelands International Livestock Research Institute In January 2018, the Rangelands Association of Kenya and ILRI partnered to host the Rangeland Communities Exchange Conference. ILRI’s support to the conference was undertaken through the 'Restoration of degraded land for food security and poverty reduction in East Africa and the Sahel: Taking successes in land restoration to scale' project. The conference facilitated community-to-community exchange of knowledge on rangeland management practices and on the ways in which management and governance frameworks interact with these practices.

The art of effective partnering

The art of effective partnering Altshul, Helen J.; Le Borgne, Ewen This 20-minute webinar on the art of effective partnering focuses on the 'why' and 'what' of partnering. It is the first module in a planned series designed to strengthen and coordinate partnership working across ILRI and within the CGIAR Research Program on Livestock, 22 February 2018.

The art of effective partnering

The art of effective partnering Altshul, Helen J.; Le Borgne, Ewen This 20-minute webinar on the art of effective partnering focuses on the 'why' and 'what' of partnering. It is the first module in a planned series designed to strengthen and coordinate partnership working across ILRI and within the CGIAR Research Program on Livestock, 22 February 2018.

Homa ya Bonde la Ufa: Matukio na dalili za ugonjwa

Homa ya Bonde la Ufa: Matukio na dalili za ugonjwa International Livestock Research Institute Homa ya Bonde la Ufa ni ugonjwa unaosababishwa na virusi. Adhari zake kwa mifugo ni kutupa au kuavya mimba kwa wingi na vifo vya watoto wa mifugo pindi wanapozaliwa. Ugonjwa wenyewe una asili ya wanyama ambapo pia huweza kuenezwa kwa binadamu.

Homa ya Bonde la Ufa: Kuzuia na kudhibiti

Homa ya Bonde la Ufa: Kuzuia na kudhibiti International Livestock Research Institute Homa ya Bonde la Ufa ni ugonjwa unaosababishwa na virusi. Adhari zake kwa mifugo ni kutupa au kuavya mimba kwa wingi na vifo vya watoto wa mifugo pindi wanapozaliwa.

Rift Valley fever: Prevention and control

Rift Valley fever: Prevention and control International Livestock Research Institute Rift Valley fever is a viral disease that affects sheep, goats and camels and cattle resulting in abortion and deaths in young animals. It also affects humans. This film explains the the signs of Rift Valley fever in animals and ways of preventing and controlling the disease.

Rift Valley fever: Occurrence patterns, signs and symptoms

Rift Valley fever: Occurrence patterns, signs and symptoms International Livestock Research Institute Rift Valley fever is a viral disease that affects sheep, goats and camels and cattle resulting in abortion and deaths in young animals. It also affects humans. This film explains the occurrence patterns, signs and symptoms of Rift Valley fever.

Dr Jimmy Smith, Director General at International Livestock Research Institute (ILRI)

Dr Jimmy Smith, Director General at International Livestock Research Institute (ILRI) Smith, Jimmy W. Wandie Kazeem interviewing Dr Jimmy Smith, Director General at the Internatonal Livestock Research Institute at IITA 50th Anniversary, Ibadan Nigeria. The Institute focuses its research on building sustainable livestock pathways out of poverty in low-income countries. ILRI works with partners worldwide to help poor people keep their farm animal alive and productive, increase and sustain their livestock and farm productivity. In this interview Dr Jimmy Smith discussed the Farmers/Herdsmen crises and congratulates IITA on being 50.

Dr Jimmy Smith, Director General at International Livestock Research Institute (ILRI)

Dr Jimmy Smith, Director General at International Livestock Research Institute (ILRI) Smith, Jimmy W. Wandie Kazeem interviewing Dr Jimmy Smith, Director General at the Internatonal Livestock Research Institute at IITA 50th Anniversary, Ibadan Nigeria. The Institute focuses its research on building sustainable livestock pathways out of poverty in low-income countries. ILRI works with partners worldwide to help poor people keep their farm animal alive and productive, increase and sustain their livestock and farm productivity. In this interview Dr Jimmy Smith discussed the Farmers/Herdsmen crises and congratulates IITA on being 50.

Jimmy Smith (ILRI) about Livestock and Development

Jimmy Smith (ILRI) about Livestock and Development Smith, Jimmy W. The Director General of the International Livestock Research Institute (ILRI) tells us about the important role of livestock as solutions to meet the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) of the 2030 Global Agenda. The Livestock Global Alliance partnered with the International Agri-Food Network and a number of other organizations to host “Agriculture and Food Day to Implement the Sustainable Development Goals”, which was held at the Yale Club in New York City on July 13, 2017. The event raised awareness of the critical need for investment in Goal 2 on ending hunger and its interlinkages with the other SDGs under focus during the High Level Political Forum, held at the United Nations in New York the same week.

Jimmy Smith (ILRI) about Livestock and Development

Jimmy Smith (ILRI) about Livestock and Development Smith, J.W. The Director General of the International Livestock Research Institute (ILRI) tells us about the important role of livestock as solutions to meet the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) of the 2030 Global Agenda. The Livestock Global Alliance partnered with the International Agri-Food Network and a number of other organizations to host “Agriculture and Food Day to Implement the Sustainable Development Goals”, which was held at the Yale Club in New York City on July 13, 2017. The event raised awareness of the critical need for investment in Goal 2 on ending hunger and its interlinkages with the other SDGs under focus during the High Level Political Forum, held at the United Nations in New York the same week.

Livestock's role in boosting nutrition in Africa

Livestock's role in boosting nutrition in Africa Dube, Sikhalazo In a region where malnutrition and stunting levels are high, animal-source foods can boost protein levels for children who need it. Sikhalazo Dube explains why livestock is critical for boosting nutrition in Africa.

Livestock's role in boosting nutrition in Africa

Livestock's role in boosting nutrition in Africa Dube, Sikhalazo In a region where malnutrition and stunting levels are high, animal-source foods can boost protein levels for children who need it. Sikhalazo Dube explains why livestock is critical for boosting nutrition in Africa.

How livestock builds resilient households

How livestock builds resilient households Mulema, Annet A. Why are sheep like cabbage? Because they can provide an income for families all year round. Having livestock can help rural communities become more resilient, especially if they are in the hands of women.

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